Chinese Vice-President Xi Jinping met Saturday with Thailand's former Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiv.
Japanese PM Yoshihiko Noda arrived in Beijing Sunday afternoon, starting his two-day official visit.
The case was the second in this week that underscored the alarming situation of corruption in SOEs.
An overloaded van taking 12 students home plunged into a 60-meter deep valley in southwest China.
The railway ministry cut its construction spending for next year but will not stop investing in the rail sector, said a top railway official.
The railway ministry cut its construction spending for next year but will not stop investing in the rail sector.
Cases of marriage fraud will become less common if the establishment of a national marriage database in 2012 has the effect top civil authorities want it to.
China is likely to test a new Internet protocol in the next few years in an attempt to further develop the country's Internet.
Beijing's license plate quotas stunted local car sales and forced automobile dealers to change their business strategies.
Authorities are eager to begin an experiment with a GPS system that could alert drivers to real-time road congestion.
The capital's efforts to tackle traffic gridlock is beginning to pay off one year after the new traffic policy package took effect.
A chemical spill in Fuzhou put the largest river in Fujian province into a contamination crisis that was brought under control by Thursday.