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.
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Central Government
- China expects record number of travelers in October 'golden week'
- Gov't to uphold ethnic minority policies
- CPC publishes plans for intra-Party democracy
- Wen pays 8th visit to quake-hit area
- Vice premier stresses orderly reform of health care
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Local Governments
- Justice official arrested over allegedly protecting local gangs
- Separatist acts on Web banned in Xinjiang
- HK's top official to join National Day celebration in Beijing
- Senior police officers arrested
- Shanxi abolishes small mines
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Policy Updates
China cracks down on suspect television ads
China cracks down on suspect television ads
TV shopping ads will be banned from broadcasting on satellite channels between 6pm and midnight nationwide from next year.
- Law will guard journalists' right to know
- To set up insurance company in County
- Later hotel check-out time gets mixed reception
- KTV commercials considered: official
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Appointments
Hu appoints new ambassadors
President Hu Jintao has appointed five new ambassadors in line with a decision adopted by the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, China's top legislature.
- China's State Council appoints senior officials
- Hu appoints new ambassadors
- Chui Sai On appointed as new Macao chief
- Chinese president appoints new ambassadors
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Gov't Briefings
On Sept.27, the press conference on the Policies and Work Achievements toward the Ethnic Minorities in China during the Past 60 Years.
SCIO Notices to the Press
- Sept.27: The Policies and Work Achievements toward the Ethnic Minorities in China
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Spotlight
Side effects mild as vaccination underway
About 39,000 residents in Beijing had been inoculated with A/H1N1 flu vaccine by Tuesday afternoon, with 14 cases of adverse reaction, an epidemic control expert said Wednesday.
- China to store 26 mln A/H1N1 flu vaccine shots
- Beijing starts A/H1N1 flu vaccinations
- Spike in cases signals busy season for H1N1
- China closes 3 schools after A/H1N1 flu outbreaks
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Opinion
- Tax department move to hurt collection
- Boost for SMEs
- Party meets to build democracy, fight corruption
- Migrant workers need flexible insurance policy
- Areas of concern for the coming Party meeting
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Questions and Answers  
Q: What kind of law is there in place to protect pandas?
A: In order to put the protection of giant pandas and other wildlife under the law, the Chinese government put the protection of rare animals and plants into the Constitution.
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Useful Info
- Who's Who in China's Leadership
- State Structure
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- Mapping out 11th Five-Year Guidelines
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