A high-speed railway linking Beijing and Shanghai will officially start operation on June 30, China's Ministry of Railways said on Thursday.
The number of Communist Party of China (CPC) members has exceeded 80 million, a senior CPC official said Friday.
China attaches great importance to the positive role that the Declaration on the Code of Conduct on the South China Sea plays and strictly abides by it, FM spokesman said.
The heaviest rainstorm this summer pounded the capital city on Thursday afternoon, causing flight delays and cancellations not only in Beijing but nationwide.
Gold's luster is continuing to attract rising domestic demand and China will continue to "outperform" other countries in private consumption of the precious metal.
The Beijing-Shanghai high-speed railway will open to traffic on July 1 and a ceremony will be held on June 30 to mark the opening of the railway, the Ministry of Railways announced on Thursday.
China will face an increasing risk of marine disasters during the next 10 years, the country's top marine environmental forecasters said.
CSR Corporation Limited, one of China's two manufacturers of high-speed trains, is mulling over whether to apply for patents for its CRH380A train in the United States, a senior company technician said.
The top anti-graft body of the Communist Party of China (CPC) said on Wednesday that it has no timetable to implement the much-anticipated asset declaration system for officials.
Armed police members run through cylinders on fire in an anti-terrorism drill held in Shanghai, June 22, 2011.
Chinese government on Wednesday allocated 175 million yuan to help victims of rain-triggered floods in Zhejiang, Anhui, Jiangxi and Sichuan provinces.
China is determined to fight corruption and carrying out more strict supervision on officials.