Beijing is hosting the 2014 Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation conference from Nov 5 to 12, with the most important meeting scheduled for Nov 10-11 near Yanqi Lake in Huairou district. Beijing authorities have mobilized all human and material resources to ensure APEC participants enjoy their stay and the clear air in the capital.
Beijing police launched an anti-terror drill to guarantee security for the upcoming Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) meetings in Beijing.
The capital will also restrict cars based on an odd-and-even-number rule, almost halving the number of cars on the road during the APEC meetings.
Beijing police said they will deploy 28,000 police officers each day starting Thursday as the Chinese capital raises security for this week's Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation meeting.
Beijing has adopted a stringent food-security policy for the upcoming APEC meeting by regulating raw food-material providers and suspending sales of healthcare products at some hotels.
The rule means alternate driving days for cars with even- and odd- numbered license plates, a move expected to reduce the number of private vehicles on the roads by 35 percent.
Beijing is renovating or replacing dilapidated buildings, and sprucing up roads and landscape marred by congestion and pollution as it gets ready to host the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation group (APEC) summit meeting in November.
Beijing has tightened security for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) 2014 Third Senior Officials' Meeting (SOM3) and related meetings.
The Chinese capital will ban the use of 70% of government vehicles and restrict private vehicles based on even- and odd-numbered license plates.
Beijing has tightened security for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation conference, which will be held in the city between August 6 and 21.
To prevent the smog from enshrouding the capital during the APEC event, Beijing vowed to reprise measures taken during the 2008 Olympics.