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  • Taiwan blamed for suspension of communication with Mainland

    The Chinese mainland is holding Taiwan responsible for the suspension of communication mechanisms between the two sides.

  • The Hague tribunal to deliver verdict on July 12th

    The Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague has said that the Arbitral Tribunal will deliver a verdict on July 12th, on the South China Sea arbitration unilaterally initiated by the Philippines.

  • Understanding the CPC part 1

    Friday, July the first, marks the 95th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China. Starting today, we will have three days of special coverage to mark the event. To understand China, one has to understand the CPC.

  • Expert doubts legitimacy of arbitration

    A group of international law experts have voiced their doubts over the South China Sea arbitration case unilaterally initiated by the Philippines. They say the way the case has proceeded is questionable. Abdul Koroma, a former judge from the International Court of Justice, said the purpose of the jurisdiction of the arbitration tribunal is to resolve dispute, and any move that fails is invalid.

  • Xi meets South Korean PM

    China's President Xi Jinping has met with prime minister of South Korea, Hwang Kyo-ahn, at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing. President Xi said Beijing and Seoul have been continuously deepening their strategic partnership.

  • China more able to deal with extreme weather

    This year, China has witnessed its highest rainfall in decades, as a result of the El Nino phenomenon. But authorities say that the impact of the downpours has been reduced, thanks to the introduction of disaster warning systems and construction work like the Three Gorges Dam.

  • Civil code principles submitted to top legislature

    China's top legislators are reviewing a draft of rules outlining the nation's new civil code - a collection of laws that defines people's legal rights and obligations. The government will implement the code as soon as legislation is complete.

  • Taiwan blamed for communication suspension with Chinese mainland

    The communication mechanisms between the Chinese mainland and Taiwan are currently in suspension. The spokesman for the State Council Taiwan Affairs Office, An Fengshan, said the reason is the failure of the island's current administration to recognize the 1992 Consensus on One China.

  • 5 killed, 2 missing in Guizhou coal mine

    Start with breaking news in China. Five people have been killed, and two others are still missing at a flooded coal mine in Zheng'an county in the southwestern province of Guizhou.


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