Beijing and Seoul urged Tokyo to face up to its history of aggression, and objected to a ritual offering made by the Japanese PM to a controversial shrine.
Beijing and Washington have the responsibility and shared interests to maintain stability and peace in the Asia-Pacific region, a Chinese military officer said.
What is required for China, the world's second-largest economy, to reach the next, more sophisticated level?
Courts across China handled 83,850 civil lawsuits over intellectual property rights in 2012, up 44.1 percent year-on-year.
The US Attorney General Eric Holder announced on Monday the surviving suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings was charged with using a weapon of mass destruction.
China wants to share its dream of national rejuvenation with the world and provide positive energy for global peace and prosperity, a high-ranking Chinese official said on Monday.
Internet companies and the Big Three telecom operators said on Sunday they are making every effort to safeguard smooth service in Sichuan province.
An explosion in a coal mine killed 18 people and injured 12 others in Jilin province on Saturday when the mine operators defied a government order of suspending the work for inspections.
Tsinghua University announced on Sunday the launch of an international postgraduate program to train potential global leaders, with the aim of developing young talents' understanding of China.
Three more H7N9 bird flu patients were discharged from a hospital in Shanghai on Sunday.