A draft bill on strengthening Internet information protection will formally be tabled for deliberation at a bimonthly session set to open on Monday.
China will look to improve farmers' income growth and reduce obstacles in agricultural development next year, in a bid to boost vitality in rural areas.
The military on Friday declared that receptions for high-ranking officers will no longer feature liquor or luxury banquets.
Chinese leaders as always highly value ties with the United States, Vice-Premier Wang Qishan told US President Barack Obama in Washington on Thursday.
Nearly 80 percent of Shanghai government officials said they are willing to disclose their personal assets to the public, according to the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences.
The Party authority in Jiangsu in East China has rolled out a 10-item regulation to address bureaucracy and improve the working style of senior officials, the Nanjing-based newspaper Modern Express reported on Friday.
The provincial legislature in northwest China's Shaanxi Province on Friday appointed Lou Qinjian as acting governor
Chinese Vice Premier Wang Qishan wrapped up his three-day visit to the United States on Thursday.
Chinese and US officials agreed on a number of measures, including export controls and investment, during trade talks in Washington.
Urbanization will be the main driver of economic growth for the future, Vice-Premier Li Keqiang said at a meeting discussing reform on Wednesday.
Local Party and government officials have been urged to stay faithful to their wives, after a series of scandals involving corrupt officials cheating on their spouses.