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Senior official calls for Xinjiang stability

[2014-03-31 16:07]

A senior Chinese official has called for long-term social stability in Xinjiang through promoting economic development and improving people's livelihood.

No pain, no gain for China's reformers

[2014-03-31 07:50]

China is opting for a thorough cure for its problems - meaning it will struggle through a long incremental process of reform without entirely sacrificing growth.

'First lady effect' a possible boon for ZTE

[2014-03-31 08:10]

ZTE, the Chinese cellphone maker, may get an unexpected boost in sales thanks to Peng Liyuan who took pictures with the firm's handset as she watched a soccer match in Europe.

CPC Standing Committee members lead new anti-decadence push

[2014-03-30 19:16]

Each of the seven Politburo's Standing Committee members has been assigned a county to supervise, in a new round of the ongoing anti-decadence campaign.

Suspects in Kunming terrorist attack arrested

[2014-03-29 20:33]

Four suspects in the Kunming attack have been arrested for crimes of organizing, leading, taking part in a terrorist attack and intentional homicide.

Cemetery revamping for soldiers' remains

[2014-03-29 08:24]

The authorities in Shenyang, Liaoning province, will remake a public cemetery to house the remains of 437 Chinese soldiers killed in the Korean War that were returned to their motherland on Friday.

Remains of Chinese soldiers finally home

[2014-03-29 08:17]

After resting in a foreign country for more than 60 years, the exhumed remains of the former Chinese People's Volunteers who died during the Korean War (1950-53) in the Republic of Korea finally arrived home on Friday.

E China province bans medicating children

[2014-03-28 20:39]

East China's Anhui province has passed legislation to ban kindergartens medicating kids after recent scandals involving kindergartens illegally feeding children antiviral drugs.

Premier presses for more efficiency

[2014-03-28 19:28]

Visiting an ethnic administrative center in the Inner Mongolia autonomous region on Friday, Premier Li Keqiang urged local officials to investigate the possibility of further cutting red tape to unshackle market innovation.

Former Jiangxi vice-governor comes under investigation

[2014-03-28 18:23]

A former vice-governor of Jiangxi province has been reported to have tens of millions of yuan in bank accounts and more than 10 houses, 21st Century Business Herald reported on Friday.

Jiangxi vice governor sacked for suspected disciplinary violations

[2014-03-28 10:11]

Vice governor of east China's Jiangxi Province Yao Mugen has been removed from his post for suspected severe violations of disciplines, authorities said Friday.

China urges US to stop arms sales to Taiwan

[2014-03-27 23:42]

China's Defense Ministry has urged the United States to stop selling arms to Taiwan and take actions to safeguard Sino-US relations.

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