Is Guangzhou ready for its garbage regulation?
Guangzhou, capital of South China's Guangdong province, will implement a household garbage sorting regulation from July 1. Xinkuai Daily commented on Thursday:
Greater Bay Area to be largest bay economy by 2020
The Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area expects to be the largest economy among global bay areas by 2020, as Hong Kong is expected to be more attractive to firms and capital from the Chinese mainland will be promoted.
China not interested in 'competition of systems': Senior diplomat
China's success serves as one of alternative options to those proposed by the West, "Yet China is not interested in the so-called 'competition of systems'", Chinese congresswoman and senior diplomat Fu Ying wrote in a signed article to the special edition of German Times for the Munich Security Conference being held from Friday to Sunday.
Convergence remains on approach to DPRK issue
After US President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that China agreed that the Democratic People's Republic of Korea cannot just freeze its nuclear weapons program in exchange for benefits, China clarified on Thursday that this was not a change to its position that its "dual suspension" proposal is the best "first step" for defusing the crisis.
Commentary: CPC-led China offers compass for bridging global governance deficit
The Communist Party of China (CPC) is holding its most important meeting in five years to chart the future course of the country at a time when the world is beset with challenges and disorder.
On strict governance of the Communist Party of China: persistent and in-depth implementation
Since the 18th CPC National Congress in 2012, "comprehensively and strictly governing the Party" has been included in the strategic blueprint.
On strict governance of the Communist Party of China: ruling foundation and mass foundation
Since the 18th CPC National Congress, the Party Central Committee with Comrade Xi Jinping as the core firmly advances strict Party governance, spares no effort to solve prominent social problems and has made historic achievements in anti-corruption.
'Four new inventions' we should be proud of
President Xi Jinping has been reiterating the importance of innovation in economic development, and recent media reports have highlighted the "four new great inventions" of modern China－high-speed railway, Alipay, shared bicycles and online shopping.
Why more Chinese embrace globalization
During the past one or two decades, the view towards globalization among Chinese has transformed remarkably, as people who cast doubts and skepticism to the global tendency begin to be convinced that the country should definitely be involved in the process, if not, leading it.
A decade with iPhone: Thoughts on its impact
The Apple iPhone celebrated its 10th Anniversary a few weeks ago. The impact of the revolutionary iPhone was substantial.