Here are eight major topics from China's 2019 two sessions, with comments from Chinese officials and China watchers around the world.
Nanjing topped a recently released ranking of Chinese municipalities and provincial capital cities on better life for 2018-2019.
State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi met the press last Friday to discuss a range of China's foreign policy positions, from the Belt and Road Initiative to relations with the U.S., Russia and Japan.
Guizhou is constructing improved roads to connect its rural areas with the outside world, bringing increased quality of life to farmers in the region, according to Guizhou deputies.
A draft of China's foreign investment law, submitted to the National People's Congress (NPC) for a third reading on March 8, demonstrates China's resolve in further opening up and creating a level playing field.
A new foreign investment law awaits approval by the National People's Congress. What's behind the new law and what does it mean for the future?
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang delivered a government work report during the opening meeting of the second session of the 13th National People's Congress in Beijing on March 5. Let's take a look at the highlights.
Premier Li Keqiang delivered his government work report covering the past year, in which the Chinese economic development is the issue of greatest concern to the people.
Offshore wind power may be the answer of a greener and more sustainable future for China's energy needs, according to a national adviser.
The Two Sessions will rally support for securing a decisive victory in the country's bid to build a moderately prosperous society in all respects.
With China's major annual meetings just around the corner, find out what we can expect to see from national lawmakers and political advisors in the 2019 Two Sessions.
Satellite data shows that the Earth's green leaf area has increased by five percent since the early 2000s. China and India are two leading contributors.
China's "No.1 central document" for 2019, released on Feb. 19, outlines the priorities in the development of agriculture and rural areas.
Gender discrimination against women particularly in China's rural areas is making it difficult for local young men to marry.
A sense of security amongst a city's residents is regarded as one of the most important factors in determining a city's modern development.