On the 65th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China (PRC), the country and its ruling party have reasons to be more confident and reform-minded.
As China marked its 65th National Day on Wednesday, overseas scholars and media lauded the country's increasing diplomatic clout, rapid economic growth, and rising cultural influence over the past six and a half decades.
China recorded a bigger deficit in foreign service trade in August, the latest data from the State Administration of Foreign Exchange (SAFE) showed.
A series of government regulations took effect Wednesday amid China's efforts to promote integrity and credibility among corporations.
President Xi Jinping said Tuesday China will continue to give priority to development, adhere to reform and innovation and stay committed to the path of peaceful development.
Hong Kong Chief Executive C Y Leung Wednesday said to sustain its development, Hong Kong must capitalize on the combined advantages of "One Country" and "Two Systems".