Sunday, 18th, 2018 | 1:17PM Updated

President Xi Jinping is known for his intense anti-graft and corruption campaign.
Chinese Government's Anti-Graft Inspection Brings Forth Positive Changes

The new pop ballad captures a crude encapsulation of seething anger from China over THAAD, which continues to escalate as South Korea maintains its defiant stance.
Pop Ballad Sings About China’s Anti-Korean Moves on THAAD

Liu Rongyu from the Institute of Respiratory Disease Studies brought a laptop and reference materials.
What's in the Luggage of NPC Deputies and CPPCC Members?

Chinese President Xi Jinping meets Gabon's President Ali Bongo Ondimba.
China Urged to Respect Human Rights, Adhere to Principles of International Commitments

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Donald Trump Holds Meetings At Trump Tower
China Not to Back Down Should President-elect Donald Trump Continue to Violate 'One China' Policy

Wind turbines are seen at the Dagangzi Wind Farm on April 20, 2008, in Baicheng of Jilin Province, China.
China's Political Issues, Economic Decline Render Wind Power Plant Underused

Gender in China's social media editor Xiong Jing believes that the Sina Weibo accounts were removed after the website criticized U.S. President Donald Trump regarding his treatment of women.
China Suppresses Video Streaming via Social Media Services to Control Online Content

Senate Foreign Relations Committee members  Sen. David Perdue, Sen. Cory Gardner and Sen. Ron Johnson attend a hearing titled, 'The Persistent North Korea Denuclearization and Human Rights Challenge.'
Foreign investors, human rights bodies condemn China’s new digital security laws

A policeman wears a face mask while directing traffic on Dec. 9, 2015, in Taiyuan, Shanxi Province of China.
Nucleus of China's Coal Industry Ready to Go Green

More people in China are getting private health insurance because of dissatisfaction with the government's health system.
More Chinese Are Buying Private Health Care Insurance; Government Insurance Insufficient

Chinese youth are making their own effort to earn a living and alleviate their own poverty.
Troubled Youth? Not a Problem in China

Experts claim that the development of Tibet is a product of the government's massive efforts to boost its productive enterprises.
Foreign Experts Laud China for Pulling Off Tibetan Miracle

Foreign scientists are questioning whether a new gene editing technique developed by a Chinese researcher is indeed effective.
BGI Leads Genomics Race with Support from Chinese Government

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Liu He and Crew Gain Spotlight Ahead of CPC Beidaihe Meeting

The government aims to lure more luxury spenders to Hainan.
Chinese Government and Firms Attempt to Make Luxury Spenders Splurge in Hainan

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