The United States has no interest or intention of encircling China in the Asia-Pacific region, and both countries have clear mutual interests in seeing the Six-Party Talks work more effectively.
Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper left Ottawa on Monday for an official visit to China in a bid to enhance the Sino-Canadian strategic partnership.
HIV-positive men and women in the Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region may soon be required by law to tell partners their status.
The Ministry of Civil Affairs will establish a marriage counseling agency for couples in which each spouse comes from a different side of the Taiwan Straits.
China is suffering from an increasing number of environmental accidents, mainly triggered by the rapid growth of the chemical industry.
The Sudanese side will hand over the missing worker's body to China as soon as possible.
A southern Chinese city on Monday announced a plan to build an alternative drinking water source after a spill of toxic cadmium in a river threatened drinking water supplies for millions. More environmental accidents hit China
China is experiencing a colder winter than usual and temperatures will continue to fall.
Urban and rural income surveys will be standardized amid plans to publish an internationally accepted measure of how wealth is distributed, a leading statistician said.
Observers predict nation will soon be biggest in the world for high-end designer consumer goods.
China's airlines are not allowed to pay a charge on carbon emissions imposed by the Europe Union.
A police chief in an eastern China county, who stood trial over the weekend in a case of an inmate who died in a suspected forced confession, claimed that he was also tortured while being questioned.