Chinese Ambassador to Japan Cheng Yonghua said Sunday that he is optimistic for the future of China-Japan relations, despite the lingering tension between the two nations.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that Iran is "buying time" during talks with world leaders in order to continue its efforts in achieving a nuclear bomb.
Yuan Longping, "father of hybrid rice," said on Sunday that China could reach its target unit yield of 1,000 kg per mu (0.0667 hectares) of paddy rice in 2015, five years ahead of schedule.
Lawmakers have backed reform of controversial labor camps in which people can be sentenced to up to four years' "re-education" by police without trial.
China's fourth launch center, located in tropical island province of Hainan, will be ready for space launch in two years.
Although the majority of Sany Group's claims on US President Barack Obama for "illegally" blocking its wind-farm project were rejected, there is still a chance to win the case.
The government must pay more attention to the rise in pollution particularly that which is airborne, diplomat-turned-Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference spokesman Lyu Xinhua said.
Tokyo must "shoulder all consequences" if it prompts any friction by using military vessels and planes to harass regular Chinese patrols around the Diaoyu Islands, a Chinese official warned.
Government departments will be put in the hot seat as political advisors and legislators will push them to implement the reform consensus.
China issued stricter measures Friday to cool the heated property sector before the annual parliament session, amid public hope of pulling down soaring home prices.
Gray swan assertions do not hold water, as abundant data and facts are available to demonstrate China's economy will enjoy sustained growth and prosperity.
Japan must be responsible for the consequences should any friction take place due to its disturbance of China's normal law enforcement activities around the Diaoyu Islands, a Chinese official said Saturday.