In a routine annual meeting with foreign experts working in China, Premier Li Keqiang promised an engaging "soft environment" at home for overseas talents.
To promote the rule of law is to further consolidate the Party's leadership and improve its governing capability, and thus ensure the nation's lasting stability and safety.
There is no need to misinterpret the $975 million fine as anything but a justifiable penalty for undermining fair competition.
The international community should join hands to explore new specific, practical and sustainable development on the basis of the Millennium Development Goals.
Absolute power without effective supervision and accountability for leaders of State-owned enterprises is an invitation to absolute corruption
All officials should remember that the law is the basis for the power they hold in their hands.
The atmosphere of a relaxed stroll Xi and his US counterpart enjoyed in the Zhongnanhai Compound is what we expect will help this visit to further China-US ties.
Leading officials can play both a propulsive or obstructive role in the country's legal construction. They should put themselves under the rule of law.
Public cultural figures should refrain from using their fame as a shortcut to special interests, a stepping stone to malpractices or even an umbrella for corruption and crimes.
Three days into the 2015 Spring Festival Transport Season, millions of college students and migrant laborers have hit the roads heading home.
The realization of rule of law in China will not be achieved with just words or a document. It requires practical and substantial actions.
Official rhetoric about tax awareness has focused exclusively on the obligation of the taxpayer; but few words about taxpayers' rights and interests.