Analyst cites ‘social instability’ risks as many of China’s 295.6 million migrant workers feel the effects of a shaky post-pandemic economic recovery.
Emphasis on tech self-reliance comes weeks after telling Joe Biden measures taken by the US have seriously harmed China’s legitimate interests.
Ministry of Public Security says cyberbullying had been rampant, resulting in some victims killing themselves or becoming mentally ill.
Beijing and Washington will team up at UN climate conference in Dubai to strengthen cooperation as the two leading carbon emitters pledge to step up joint action to fight global warming.
Zhang Guimei, 66, founder of China’s first free public high school for girls, is a household name. But her biopic has divided feminists and the communist state.
Passport holders from France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain and Malaysia will benefit from the arrangement for the next 12 months.
China’s coal producers are under constant scrutiny over accidents, often caused by lax safety standards and poor enforcement.
Hospitals in Hubei, Guangxi and Guangdong have been accused of providing false documents that can be used to register kidnapped babies under false names.
Shen Yiqin, state councillor and president of the All-China Women’s Federation, says women must contribute to the ‘great cause of national rejuvenation’.
China has been taking measures to encourage couples to have children, offering incentives ranging from cash to homebuyer subsidies. However, there is not enough information on what to expect and how to raise a child, not much community help and the ‘birth reward’ doesn’t go very far.
Mao-era social management model has received a new lease of life under Xi, but analysts say it could be used as a surveillance tool and make lower-level officials hide problems from their bosses.
President Xi’s video address to 2023 World Internet Conference in Wuzhen urges more equal and inclusive cyberspace
He was found to have passed classified documents to a foreign country, according to official media. It comes as China has expanded its counter-espionage law and is revising state secrets legislation.
He attends meeting of Central Finance Commission, established in March to serve as primary planner for financial system as ruling party seeks direct control over wide range of policy areas.
Chinese leader has told the country’s top auditors they must ensure there are no blind spots in their work.
Official obituary of former leader, who died in Shanghai on Friday, hails his contributions to the economy, belt and road, poverty relief and his support for President Xi Jinping.
A dozen new clauses have been added to Law on Guarding State Secrets under draft revision. It has raised concern among foreign business community and investors, with calls for clarity.
Drive has sparked online rumours of alleged dog culling, with most respondents in an online survey opposing the move and blaming owners for such attacks.
Leading influencers on Weibo have been told they must use their real names, and other platforms are expected to introduce similar rules.
Changhe Aircraft Industries Corporation’s Z-8 and Z -10 attack helicopters have been reported to be part of PLA sorties into Taiwan’s air defence zone over the past three years.
Xi Jinping’s graft-busting drive is now seeing officials who were personally appointed by the leader being brought down.
Wang Huning stresses role of strategy, which has come under US criticism, to pair coastal areas with cities in far western region and highlights need for social stability and ‘strong sense of community of the Chinese nation’.
Experts warn anti-corruption campaign does little to address systemic problems in China’s healthcare industry.
Beijing announces latest upgrade to permanent residence document intended to clear path for foreign talent to settle in the country, and immigration authorities say they will work to expand areas where it can be used.
Authorities investigate Bai Tinghui, head of agency that manages state-owned enterprises, and SOE bosses in energy, shipbuilding, gas and electricity industries as Beijing tightens anti-corruption campaigns spanning sectors from medicine to military and sports.
China’s state security ministry has released details of the charges against Leung, who was sentenced to life imprisonment in May.
Former water-treatment engineer says the city has a decades-long history of flooding that could be mitigated with better weather forecasting, particularly in this era of more frequent extreme weather.
A meeting held by the Ministry of Commerce heard that the world’s second biggest economy must respond to a ‘severe and complex’ situation.
LGBTQ groups in China battling increased censorship and police checks since Covid-19 pandemic
Weather bureau issues red alert, with typhoon expected to make landfall between Huilai in Guangdong and Hong Kong on Friday.