China and the United States reached consensus on developing ties in the spirit of no conflict, no confrontation, mutual respect and win-win cooperation during U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's Beijing trip, said a Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wednesday.
Public interest lawsuits to grow over pollution, food and drugs2017-03-14
A pilot program that allows prosecutors to file public interest lawsuits has been a great help in protecting the public's rights in environmental and food and drug safety issues, and the top procuratorate is moving to make the practice into law, the country's procurator-general said.
Courts act to improve protection of rights2017-03-13
China's judicial authorities will continue efforts to correct wrongful verdicts this year and take comprehensive measures to protect citizens' personal and property rights.
Key TPP role could await China2017-03-13
China should not be absent from talks on the Trans-Pacific Partnership this week, since its participation will not only add value to the trade deal but also facilitate domestic reforms and opening-up.
Snowstorm hits west China2017-03-12
A snowstorm hit west China's Gansu, Tibet and Qinghai over the weekend, causing road closures and power blackouts but no casualties, according to local authorities.
Harsher measures will target smog2017-03-10
Curbing winter smog in the north has become a priority and challenge for air quality improvement, leading to harsh measures this year, the environmental minister said on Thursday.