Bulletin Board   - Mar.18: Premier Wen to meet the press  - Mar.17: 7th Plenary Session of the 1st Session of the 11th NPC  - Mar.15: Notice on 5th Plenary Session of the 1st Session of the 11th NPC  - Mar.15: A group interview  - Mar.15: Notice on interview applications  - Mar.14: Group interviews  - Mar.14: Minister of Education to meet the press  - Mar.13:Top official to brief on 'China's product quality and food safety'  - Mar.13: Top cultural officials to meet the press  - Mar.13: Science Minister Wan Gang to meet the press  
Premier meets press
Premier Wen Jiabao and four vice premiers are meeting the press this morning in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing after the conclusion of the First Session of the 11th National People's Congress (NPC). 
Hu Jintao reelected president
Hu Jintao was reelected Chinese president today at the ongoing session of the 11th National People's Congress. 
Top legislature starts plenary meeting for elections
China's top legislature started a plenary meeting in Beijing on Saturday morning to elect the country's new leadership.  [Full coverage]
NPC adopts government reshuffle plan 
CPPCC concludes annual session
The First Session of the 11th National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), the top political advisory body, began its closing ceremony on Friday morning. 
- Full Text: Report on the Work of the Government
- Full Text: China's economic, social development plan
- Full Text: Report on China's central, local budgets
- New cabinet maps out working rules
- New NPC members told to be honest
- China expects India to handle Tibet issue in line with agreements
- Premier deeply worried about world economy
- Premier underscores emancipation of mind, particularly by leaders
- China to adopt monetary policies properly
- China to press ahead with public finance reform
- China to ratify UN Covenant on Civil and Political Rights at early date
- Mainland to expand business ties and trade with Taiwan
- China considers organizing foreign journalists to Lhasa
- China aims to have another 50 million people employed in five years
- Lhasa riot aimed to undermine Beijing Olympics: Premier
- Door of dialogue still opens to Dalai: Premier
- 2008 likely to be most difficult for Chinese economy
- Taiwan's 'UN membership referendum' will cause tension, Premier says
- Claim of 'cultural genocide' in Tibet nothing but lie: Premier
- Ample facts prove Dalai's role in Lhasa riot, door of dialogue still open: Premier
- Premier says fully confident in controlling inflation
- China faces potential risk of drastic economic fluctuation, Premier says
- Hu pledges clean governance
- First Session of 11th NPC concludes
- Sports equipment firm lands 6 Olympic golds
- Cultural roots need deeper protection
- Three Gorges challenges to linger
- No humans involved in bird flu outbreak
- Home prices to be part of performance
- NPC approves work report of Supreme Procuratorate
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