Xi, Kim hold talks on ties, situation on Korean Peninsula

Chinese president Xi Jinping meets with DPRK top leader Kim Jong Un in Beijing. The two leaders agreed to develop China-DPRK relations, and jointly push forward the sound momentum of peace and stability of the Korean Peninsula.


China mulls law revisions to curb intervention in judicial affairs

China's top legislature began discussing bills on two draft revisions of laws on the organization of courts and procuratorates to prevent intervention in judicial affairs.

Number of people forcibly displaced hits new high of 68.5 mln in 2017: UN

dhe number of people forcibly displaced due to wars, other violence, and persecution worldwide reached a new high in 2017 to 68.5 million, 2.9 million more than the year before, the UN refugee agency, UNHCR, said Tuesday.

Hangzhou's proposed amendment to smoking ban triggers controversy

A draft amendment to anti-smoking regulations in Hangzhou, the capital of Zhejiang Province, has triggered controversy between experts calling for tighter anti-smoking rules and local legislators.

China urges U.S. to be more rational on trade issue

China on Tuesday urged the United States to be more rational concerning the ongoing trade issue and to stop undermining the interests of others as well as itself.

China's banking, insurance sectors maintain sound performance

China's top banking and insurance industry regulator said Tuesday that the two sectors have been performing on solid footing, with risks under control.

S.Korea says it shares with China strategic goal of Peninsula denuclearization

South Korea shares with China the strategic goal of the Korean Peninsula's complete denuclearization, Seoul's Foreign Ministry said Tuesday.

China welcomes Afghan gov't decision to extend ceasefire with Taliban: FM

China Tuesday welcomed the Afghan government's decision to extend a ceasefire with the Taliban, and appreciated its efforts to promote domestic peace.

China had 231,564 journalists at the end of 2017

China had 231,564 press-card holding journalists at the end of 2017, according to a report released by the All-China Journalists Association (ACJA) Tuesday.

Thousands of fake World Cup tickets enter Chinese market

Authorities have confirmed that a Russian company sold more than 10,000 fake tickets to the 2018 Russian World Cup. It's estimated that 3,500 of them have entered the Chinese market.

World's oldest orangutan passes away at Western Australia Zoo

The oldest orangutan in the world, Puan, has died aged 62 on Monday at Western Australia's Perth Zoo.

Tang Dynasty motifs on Xi'an subway

dؽubway Line 2 in Xi'an opened to the public on June 18, 2018. The subway is decorated with images reflecting the Tang Dynasty, considered one of the most robust periods of ancient China's history.

Guangdong police smash China's first malicious call gangs

Guangdong police have successfully smashed China's first chain of malicious call gangs and their extortion operations, and blocked over 830,000 illegal accounts operating in Sichuan, Henan, and Guangdong provinces.



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