At the closure of the National People’s Congress, President Xi Jinping achieved a higher approval rating and has gains more loyal supporters.
The National People's Congress, China's national legislature, concluded its annual session at the Great Hall of the People on Wednesday morning. It was attended by Leaders of the Communist Party of China and the state, NPC deputies and lawmakers.
Two Christian pastors were arrested in China for helping North Korean defectors to flee to South Korea.
China-PH ties are under question again as the controversial Benham Rise issue surfaces and springs criticism.
The Xinjiang government decided to offer a gentler punishment to terrorists who voluntary turn themselves to the police.
As U.S. President Donald Trump tries to get rid of immigrants in America, China wants them to stay in China instead.
It's no secret at this point that South Korea is at great odds with China over THAAD antimissile deployments, but a quirky Chinese pop ballad seeks to tell the world more about the country's spiteful reaction to a potentially disastrous trigger that can wreak havoc on the Korean peninsula.
A Beijing theme park, scheduled to open in 2020, expects 12 million visitors in its pilot year and will be hiring around 10,000 employees in 2019.
A new set of satellite photos reveals that construction on the Paracel Islands in the South China Sea is ongoing.
The town of Dalianhe in Heilongjiang Province used to be the center of coal mining in the China, what with it being the home of the largest open-pit coal mine in the country. But as closing Chinese coal mines become an increasing occurrence, coal miners are making sure their voices are heard.
Zhou Qiang, Chinese Chief Justice, says that the top achievement of the Chinese legal system for 2016 is putting famous human rights lawyer behind bars.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte commanded the military to assert the country’s claim on Benham Rise, where Chinese survey ships were spotted.
After rigorous deliberation, the city council of Trier, Germany decided to accept a controversial 6.3-meter bronze statue of Karl Marx, in line for the commemoration of his 200th birthday in his hometown. However, it seems that not everyone in Trier is happy with the city council's decision.
China will not hesitate to take on a no-holds-barred approach in punishing anyone caught falsifying economic data, as the Chinese government is working on strategies that would alleviate fears that the world’s second-largest economy is heading towards a growth slowdown.
Ancient Taiyuan County, which dates back to Ming Dynasty (A.D. 1368-1644), begins to take shape with efforts to restore relics to what they were like around 600 years ago.