Xi's article on accelerating integrated media development to be published
An article by President Xi Jinping on promoting integrated media development will be carried by the sixth issue of the Qiushi Journal this year, to be published Saturday.
PLA, armed police urged to study spirit of NPC session
The People's Liberation Army (PLA) and armed police force have been urged to study the spirit of the second session of the 13th National People's Congress (NPC) and the spirit of the remarks made by President Xi Jinping during the session.
A “red culture” painting is part of an exhibition in Zunyi, Southwest China's Guizhou Province on Friday. The exhibition of more than 200 paintings features scenes from China's struggle for liberation, known nowadays as “red culture,” is being held at the Zunyi Municipality Art Museum until the end of March.
Sharing economy registers most consumer complaints
More than 11 million netizens posted almost 35 million consumer-related complaints on Sina Weibo last year, according a report by Sina Weibo and Black Cat, a consumer service platform under Sina, which was published Thursday the day before the World Consumer Rights Day.
Huawei wins certification to sell 5G phones on European market
China's Huawei Technologies said on Friday that it received the world's first 5G CE certificate awarded by German third-party independent certification and inspection group TüV Rheinland.
Decoupling China, US economies unrealistic, impossible: Premier Li
China hopes the ongoing trade negotiations with the US could lead to win-win outcomes for both countries and “artificially” decoupling the two economies is “unrealistic and impossible,” Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said on Friday.
China will not resort to 'flood irrigation' stimulus under downward pressure: Premier Li
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Friday vowed to stick to tax and fee cuts for companies to boost market vitality in the face of downward pressure on economic growth and refrain from “flood irrigation” stimulus that would leave problems later.
China adopts new foreign investment law to level playing field
China's top legislature on Friday passed a highly anticipated new foreign investment law, paving the way for an overhaul of the country's regulatory system for foreign investment that would offer investors greater access and better protection.
North Korea rethinks talks with US, missile launch moratorium: official
North Korea is considering whether to continue talks with the US and maintain a moratorium on missile launches and nuclear tests given the US has not changed its attitude, said a North Korean official.