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Personal essay on friend reveals Xi's heart

[2014-01-14 01:37]

The essay that President Xi Jinping wrote in memory of a deceased friend, who was a writer, offers a rare glimpse into the top leader's loyalty to friends and his philosophy of governance, literary analysts say.

Beijing and Sofia vow new initiatives

[2014-01-14 00:44]

As President Xi Jinping played host to a foreign counterpart for the first time this year, China and Bulgaria pledged on Monday to enhance cooperation in infrastructure and energy projects.

Military joins drive for vehicle efficiency 

[2014-01-14 00:40]

The Chinese military issued a series of written instructions on Monday calling for increased efficiency in its operations and vowing to give priority to domestic brands when purchasing military and official vehicles.

China welcomes agreement to implement Geneva deal

[2014-01-13 19:05]

China welcomed an agreement to begin implementation of the Geneva deal on Iran's nuclear program on January 20, a Chinese spokeswoman said on Monday.

China warns against Japan's provocative action

[2014-01-13 18:51]

China on Monday warned against any provocative action and escalation by Japan on the Diaoyu Islands issue in response to a reported plan by Japan to claim the islands in a guideline for creating school textbooks.

Tibet deals 'heavy blow' against separatists

[2014-01-13 08:06]

Courts in the Tibet autonomous region heard 20 cases last year in which defendants were accused of endangering national security, as this southwestern region pushes forward the rule of law.

China continues Diaoyu Islands patrol

[2014-01-12 20:19]

Three China Coast Guard (CCG) vessels continued their patrol in the territorial waters surrounding the Diaoyu Islands on Sunday, according to the State Oceanic Administration.

Japan's hysteric desire for global sympathy

[2014-01-11 07:24]

Just because both invoked the fictional evil wizard of the Harry Potter series, Lord Voldemort, the bickering between Chinese ambassador to the United Kingdom Liu Xiaoming and his Japanese counterpart Keiichi Hayashi in the Daily Telegraph has been a huge media sensation.

Auditors tighten grip on govt spending

[2014-01-11 03:16]

From July to the end of October, auditors saved nearly 40 billion yuan ($6.6 billion) in public funds that were prone to waste or embezzlement, the National Audit Office said on Friday.

Seven senior officials probed

[2014-01-11 01:38]

At least seven ministerial-level officials have been investigated by the top anti-corruption watchdog since last November.

Thousands of officials punished

[2014-01-11 01:25]

Disciplinary supervision authorities punished 182,038 corrupt officials last year, an increase of 13.3 percent from 2012.

Suspension of China-Japan exchange not Chinese fault: minister

[2014-01-10 23:31]

Chinese Culture Minister Cai Wu on Friday said that a current suspension of exchange projects between China and Japan should not be blamed on the Chinese side.

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