Zhejiang province has fined 8,283 jaywalkers since March 1, when the province started a campaign against eight kinds of transport rule violations.
China is open to cooperating with other countries to maintain international cybersecurity, Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei said on Thursday.
The Diaoyu Islands are the root of tension in Sino-Japanese ties, former State councilor Tang Jiaxuan told visiting business leaders from Japan.
China's new commerce minister expressed confidence on Thursday that China will boost foreign trade in 2013 despite pressure on exports.
With government support, home-grown auto brands will have a good chance to enter an official vehicle market currently dominated by foreign brands.
Despite mounting challenges, China will work hard to stabilize its overseas markets, Commerce Minister Gao Hucheng said Thursday.
Premier Li announced the transformation of govt functions is the first task for the newly elected State Council, but warned that this will be "arduous".
Sunflower Community project aims to reduce relapses among reformed addicts through community supervision, as required in a 2008 revision of the Drug Control Law.
Overseas business by Chinese contractors registered double-digit growth in 2012, with the total value of their new contracts reaching $156.5 billion.
The US remains open to including China in a Pacific free-trade zone, Washington's top trade official said, less than a week after Japan asked to join the negotiations.
The World Bank announced on Thursday that its board of directors has approved five loans totalling $620 million to China.