While we grieve over the atrocities of the terror attack last Saturday, many may wonder why it occurred in Kunming. Why, if the attackers' minds were truly on Beijing, where China's top legislature would convene several days later, did it occur where it did?

A legislator from Shandong province has been hailed for his persistence over the past five years to push for new regulations to tackle air pollution.

Chinese enterprises "desperately need" a large number of talents for realizing their "Going Global" strategies.

In a rare display of confidence in the country's management of genetically modified food, China's top agriculture official said he eats GM food.

China has no timetable for creating a comprehensive two-child policy and will stick with the current policy for the foreseeable future, the head of the National Health and Family Planning Commission said.

Premier Li's Government Work Report at the annual National People's Congress session has been closely scrutinized by experts, media and governments around the world.

The number of terrorist attacks in Xinjiang has been kept to a minimum by the imposition of a range of counterterrorism measures.

China is set to further strengthen the regulation of organ donations from executed prisoners and integrate it into the existing public voluntary organ donation and allocation system, according to a political adviser close to the situation.

Chinese people in search of a second home are increasingly opting for vacation spots with healthy living environments, providing buyers with an occasional break from city smog.

Excessive reduction of coal combustion might lead to a spurt of demand for scarce natural gas, so coal-to-gas projects should be implemented cautiously and rationally, experts warned.

China's anti-terrorism measures only apply to terrorists and do not target the majority of the public or a certain group of people.

National lawmakers from Central China's Hubei province have called for drafting laws on ecological compensation mechanisms to better support the country’s efforts to protect the environment.

China's top legislator Zhang Dejiang on Thursday called for a smooth election of Hong Kong's next chief executive by universal suffrage.

A top government official from far west China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region blamed the separatist activities in the ethnic area on overseas forces Thursday, saying that they will never achieve their purpose.

A top official from Sichuan province, where two vice-ministerial officials have been investigated for graft, said corrupt officials are "black sheep" who cannot represent the vast majority of the Communist Party team.