A senior official of the Communist Party of China (CPC) has urged political and legal organs to give full play to their role and better serve the public.
The Chinese Foreign Ministry slammed the European Parliament and the UK for interfering in China's domestic affairs in Hong Kong, as these foreign forces have demanded that the Special Administrative Region (SAR) pardon violent rioters and made disparaging comments about the "one country, two systems" policy.
Western media is instigating the youth in Hong Kong to confront their motherland and inciting conflict between the special administrative region and the mainland by justifying their violent protests as "a movement to preserve Hong Kong's freedoms."
Guo Shengkun, a member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, met with Kang Yun Sok, president of the Central Court of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), in Beijing Tuesday.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has stressed acting on the people-centered philosophy of development and building the country's northern border areas into a more beautiful place.
The silent majority of Hong Kong residents have started to counter the violent protests by informing the police the suspect's photos and videos on social media networks, as the Hong Kong police have started to arrest suspects and investigate the cases.
An article by Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, on the political work of the Party will be published Tuesday in the 14th issue of the Qiushi Journal this year.
China calls on the United States to stop its wrong moves on the Iran nuclear issue and respect the legitimate rights and interests of all parties, a Foreign Ministry spokesperson said Monday.
A photo showing a bloodied police officer with a broken finger has shocked the residents of Hong Kong as well as web users across the mainland on Monday, as the endless violence in the city has made the public increasingly angry and worried.
China is strongly dissatisfied with and firmly opposed to US interference in Hong Kong affairs and China's internal affairs, and has lodged representations with the US side, a Foreign Ministry spokesperson said Friday.
A few companies are under criticism by Chinese web users since they released messages on social networks that submit to the violent protest in Hong Kong or mock the law enforcement of the Hong Kong police, including Japanese firms Yoshinoya and Pocari Sweat, and a Chinese company Ctrip.com.
China issued on Thursday a stern response to countries which signed a joint letter to the UN criticizing China's policies in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, with observers saying their criticism is based on groundless guesswork and double standards on human rights issues would hinder the global counter-terrorism work.
Angry, anxious and reckless young anti-government protesters rushed into the streets of Hong Kong to oppose the extradition amendment bill initiated by the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) government, and some of them were yelling radical, separatist and insulting slogans at the police, the chief executive, the government and even their motherland - China.
The United States should immediately withdraw its plan to sell arms to Taiwan and stop sending severely wrong signals to separatist elements advocating "Taiwan independence," a Chinese mainland spokesperson said Tuesday.
Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, on Tuesday urged central Party and state institutions to become exemplary institutions which the CPC Central Committee trusts and people are satisfied with.
Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, on Tuesday urged central Party and state institutions to make themselves exemplary institutions that the CPC Central Committee trusts and people are satisfied with.
The US' latest approval of arms sale to the island of Taiwan will hurt the delicate China-US relations at a sensitive time when China and the US are to resume trade talks, and Taiwan secessionists should know that they are only being used as a card by the US, Chinese experts warned Tuesday.
Twenty-eight senior officials of the State Council took an oath of allegiance to the Constitution at a ceremony Monday.