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Beijing turns cold shoulder to Japan

[2013-12-31 01:28]

Beijing has declared Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe "not welcome" by the Chinese people and said Chinese leaders won't meet him.

Xi to direct carrying out of reform

[2013-12-31 01:24]

China's top leader Xi Jinping will head a group to steer economic, social and Party reforms, underscoring the country's determination to push through change amid resistance from vested interests.

Spokesman: Chinese leaders will not speak with Abe

[2013-12-30 22:16]

Chinese leaders will not have any dialogue with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang said.

Official dismissed for discipline violation

[2013-12-30 20:27]

An official from China's top advisory body has been removed from his posts for a grave discipline violation.

China's top antigraft commission to meet

[2013-12-30 19:47]

The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) of the Communist Party of China (CPC) will convene a plenary meeting in January.

Xi offers condolences to Russia over blasts

[2013-12-30 18:52]

Chinese President Xi Jinping extended condolences to his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on Monday over two terror attacks in Russia's southern city of Volgograd, which left dozens of people dead.

Xi to head leading group for overall reform

[2013-12-30 17:23]

President Xi Jinping is to head a leading group for overall reform, the Communist Party of China Central Committee Political Bureau decided Monday.

National political advisor dismissed for discipline violation

[2013-12-30 17:22]

Yang Gang, a national political advisor, has been dismissed from his post for "suspected serious law and discipline violations," the Organization Department of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee confirmed on Monday.

More official micro blogs to aid transparency

[2013-12-30 15:28]

More than 2,500 civil servants in Henan province had opened Sina Weibo micro blog accounts by Dec 27.

3rd high-level official probed

[2013-12-29 23:51]

A senior Sichuan political adviser is being investigated for "suspected serious law and discipline violations", the country's top anti-graft watchdog announced on Sunday.

NPO rules expected in 2014

[2013-12-29 23:51]

The long-awaited rules for foreign nonprofit organizations that want to register on the Chinese mainland are expected to be released next year, a senior official from the Ministry of Civil Affairs said.

Scandal cannot undermine political system

[2013-12-29 22:14]

The publication of the mass vote fraud scandal in central China will not undermine the system of people's congresses as the country's fundamental political system, but will help improve it.

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