The Communist Party of China (CPC) set a new blueprint for rule of law during a key meeting this week, promising sweeping judicial reforms while hailing the overarching role of the Constitution in the country's legal system. Highlights of communique
The Japanese government repeatedly denies the militarist crimes of its past, doing serious damage to the peace of the international community, and to its relationships with its neighbors.
It may be exaggerated to compare the street protests to a color revolution. Such a revolution seeks a power shift by nonviolent means, but protesters in the Occupy movement only want to voice their demands with no intentions to topple the government.
The U.S. is devoting a great deal of attention to Ebola, due to its upcoming mid-term elections, its emotional Afro-American connections, and its interests in the biochemistry field.
Since the release of the movie Guardians of the Galaxy in China, a heated discussion about the translation of the movie have spring up. Many people have criticized the translator of the movie, suggesting that she has almost ruined the science fiction comedy.
Managing director with Penguin Books China talks about the Nobel Prize, Chinese literature and writers, digital publication, opportunities in China etc. in an interview with People’s Daily Online.