China is building security alliance with neighbours to help with extradition and crack down on cross-border crime, observers say.
Official media reports suggest Chinese leader appears to be taking bullet trains more often when he goes on tour, with sources and observers saying railway offers security and flexibility, and more opportunity to see what’s happening on the ground.
CCDI will keep up pressure on extravagant spending ahead of festive season and says corruption is becoming harder to detect.
Beijing ‘attaches great importance’ to Cop28 decision to have 2035 carbon goals laid out within two years, climate envoy Xie Zhenhua says in Dubai.
The National Data Administration debuts as Beijing seeks to outpace the US and other Western rivals in setting norms and standards for data governance and artificial intelligence.
Public bus companies turn to fare increases, charter services and borrowing to stay afloat as local governments cut back on support and middle-class Chinese increasingly prefer more convenient forms of transport.
Ministry of State Security says in social media post that some nations ‘regard the financial market as a tool for geopolitical games’. It also vows to ‘proactively’ take part in protecting financial stability and closely monitor risks.
President leads top party and state leaders to pay last respects as flags fly at half mast across the country.
Chinese state media is reporting that flags will fly at half mast, giving Li the same honours that applied to Li Peng.
Shenzhen Happy Valley says it has closed for the weekend while a ‘complete safety check’ is carried out.
Some universities have asked student counsellors and leaders not to arrange mourning activities, fearing they could turn into protests.
‘State media obviously did not prepare full obituary’ as they do for very ill leaders, while brief initial announcement aimed to quash conspiracy theories, observer says.
China’s first few defence ministers enjoyed more influence and much higher profiles.
US-sanctioned general’s fall follows weeks of speculation over his absence from public view since August. State television also reported that Li and former foreign minister Qin Gang have been removed as state councillors.
Briefings on the Chinese leader’s latest ideology have been organised across the country, with an emphasis on turning words into actions.
Guangdong officials hail late Communist Party elder Xi Zhongxun for contribution that helped lead to the development of the Greater Bay Area
Deputy public security minister will be ‘in charge of daily operations’. He has long been a deputy to police chief Wang Xiaohong.
Sixth ‘pillar’ focuses on shaping propaganda, news and public opinion at home and internationally and ‘is fundamental’ to the party’s leadership.
Chinese authorities confirm that American mountaineer Anna Gutu and her guide Mingmar Sherpa were killed on Shishapangma.
Economy and finance bureau and social work bureau will be added to new Central Hong Kong and Macau Works Office (CHKMWO).
State security ministry’s recent assertiveness on the platform has included commentary on China-US relations.
He, a confidant of President Xi Jinping, covers a bigger footprint in the trade portfolio than his predecessor Liu He but is not responsible for tech or manufacturing.
Hui ‘underestimated Xi Jinping’s determination’ to deflate China’s property bubble regardless of the impact on the private sector.
The Chinese leader delivered the message in a letter to eight students who lost a parent in this fashion, urging them to become ‘loyal guards of the party’.
Politburo calls for ‘effective measures to prevent and defuse major risks’ during meeting to review inspections of SOEs. Xi Jinping’s priorities haven’t changed, with anti-graft campaign ‘a whip to spur cadres to move forward in his direction’, analyst says.
Premier Li Qiang pledges further support for the sector, which the leadership sees as crucial to its efforts to counter US pressure.
President’s visit to manufacturing hub seen as ‘clear political message’ but analyst says it will take more than a gesture to reassure private business.
Chinese leader also went to Lizu, a village hailed as a rural revitalisation success story.
Chinese Ministry of State Security report acknowledges cyberattacks detailed in internal papers revealed by former contractor.
Experts warn anti-corruption campaign does little to address systemic problems in China’s healthcare industry.