Opinion >>

National security legislation won't undermine the freedom of HK residents

By Kong Qingjiang

The HKSAR Legislative Council's inability to put in place a national security law left the central government no choice but to enact a law tailored to Hong Kong in light of the "one country, two systems" framework.

China to promote higher-standard opening-up

By He Shuquan

China's efforts to promote a higher-standard opening-up will not only stimulate domestic economic growth but boost global economic collaboration and trade recovery.

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Poverty alleviation >>

China's top legislature to focus oversight on poverty-fight
China's top legislature will focus its oversight work this year on winning the fight against poverty and building a moderately prosperous society in all respects, a report said.

The economy >>

China expects positive GDP growth
​Premier Li Keqiang said Thursday China is expected to achieve positive economic growth this year if security in six key areas is ensured.

Diplomacy >>

Webinar on China-Russia cooperation: battling COVID-19 and reviving economy
Chinese and Russian media experts and think tank scholars gathered via video link on May 26 to discuss a joint response to COVID-19, global governance in the post-pandemic era, and deepening of the China-Russia comprehensive strategic partnership of coordination for a new era.

Other issues >>

Palace Museum relics chief calls for greater protection of local heritage
An official from the Palace Museum presented a proposal to this year’s annual session of China's top political advisory body, focusing on strengthening the management, protection and utilization of religious buildings according to the law.