- Top leaders watch performance about China's road to rejuvenation
Chinese President Hu Jintao and other top leaders watched a large-scale musical epic on Monday recounting the country's road from the Opium War in 1840 to 2009, together with people from all walks of life in Beijing.
- Gov't to uphold ethnic minority policies
China will stick to its major ethnic policies and fine tune them according to changing realities, the State Ethnic Affairs Commission said Sunday, as a white paper on the country's ethnic policy stressing harmony and equality among all ethnic groups was released.
- CPC publishes plans for intra-Party democracy
The Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee has promised to guarantee the "democratic rights of Party members" in order to improve Party building.
- Separatist acts on Web banned in Xinjiang
The legislature in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region has passed a regulation prohibiting the instigation of ethnic separatist activities via the Internet, China News Service reported Sunday.
- Wen pays 8th visit to quake-hit area
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao has said that reconstruction work of earthquake-shattered areas in Sichuan Province must still overcome challenges before it can be judged a complete success.
- China issues white paper on ethnic policy
The Chinese government Sunday published a white paper on its ethnic policy, stressing harmony and equality among all ethnic groups. (full text)
- Vice Premier Li stresses economy restructuring, innovation
Local governments should lay stress on economy restructuring and innovation to guarantee the long-term stable and relatively fast economic growth, said Li Keqiang, Chinese Vice Premier.
- Farmers' income to continue rising, official says
Chinese farmers would see their income continue to rise this year, Vice Minister of Agriculture Chen Xiaohua said at a press conference Saturday.
- Gov't to raise oil reserve enough to last 90 days
China will stockpile a third phase of strategic oil reserves after the second phase is finished, in a move to meet international standards of reserve capacity, a senior energy official said Friday.
- Anti-graft chief calls for new prospect in fight against corruption
China's anti-graft chief He Guoqiang on Friday urged the disciplinary inspection and supervision organs of all levels to strive for a new prospect in the fight against corruption and the building of a clean government.
- Studying latest Party session 'important task' for CPC members: VP
Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping said an important political task for the whole Communist Party of China (CPC) at present and "in a future period" is to study and implement the gist of the Fourth Plenary Session of the 17th CPC Central Committee that concluded last week.
- Shanxi abolishes small mines
The authority of Shanxi Province, China's largest coal producer, has given all its private coal mines an ultimatum: agree to merge with large-scale companies, mostly State-owned, by Wednesday or face water and power shutdowns.
- China launches new campaign on food additive abuse
China has launched a long-term campaign to crack down on making, selling and using illegal food additives and vowed to name violators.
- China releases A/H1N1 flu vaccine guide
The Health Ministry released guidelines to regulate A/H1N1 flu vaccinations across the country through Autumn and Winter.
- 86M yuan allocated to aid natural disaster-hit areas
China's central finance has allocated 86 million yuan ($12.6 million) to aid people in areas hit by severe drought and typhoon, according to the Ministry of Civil Affairs Thursday.
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