The 18th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) convened its second plenary session to discuss the restructuring of government departments and candidates for state leadership posts.
Four people were killed and 13 others injured in a road accident in southwest China's Guizhou Province, said local authorities Wednesday.
China on Tuesday launched a website to promote its talent management and publicity, according to news portal people.com.cn, one of the website's operators.
China's impoverished population has declined for the first time since the poverty line was raised in 2011, although poverty alleviation work remains arduous.
The Foreign Ministry confirmed Tuesday that nine tourists from Hong Kong have died in a hot air balloon crash in Egypt. 19 killed in balloon blast in Egypt
Chinese investment has been rising rapidly in both the US and the EU, but the EU has attracted almost twice as much investment as the US in recent years.
The moat that served as the last defense of Chinese emperors since the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) is now under attack — by trash.
A Shanghai court on Monday sentenced two female shop owners to one year in prison, suspended for 18 months, for buying duty free goods in South Korea and bringing them into China to sell online in 2012, avoiding tens of thousands of yuan in import taxes.
With the popularity of postnatal care centers booming among China's middle class, the future looks bright for the burgeoning sector.
China's ongoing medical reform has already entered its most difficult stage, Minister of Health Chen Zhu said on Tuesday.
The center-left coalition is set to win control of Italy's lower house but is short of winning a majority in the Senate.
Concerns over national security have differentiated Europe from the US in terms of direct investment from China, although both continue to see increases.