China Wednesday announced a series of changes aimed at strengthening its global influence, including the creation of a centralised news service to better communicate the ruling Communist Party's message at home and abroad.
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President Xi Jinping's bid to rule for life has stunned many people in China. It left retired state-owned newspaper editor Li Datong cursing in a foreign language in a crowded mall.
Xi Jinping, China's most powerful leader for decades, could stay in office indefinitely after the Communist Party called for the removal of presidential term limits.
A former Politburo member who was once seen as a contender for China's top leadership has been charged with bribery, the country's top prosecutor said Tuesday.
China's Communist Party proposed on Friday to engrave President Xi Jinping's guiding philosophy in the country's constitution, further cementing his status as its most powerful leader in decades.
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China on Friday defended its construction on disputed islands in the South China Sea as "normal", after a US think tank released new satellite images showing deployment of radar and other equipment.
By: Laurent Thomet China's Communist Party Friday expelled from its ranks a former contender for a top leadership post for "serious discipline violations" before a major congress due to consolidate President Xi Jinping's power.…
As the old adage goes, "Bad publicity is still publicity."
Communications Secretary Martin Andanar has decided to become more involved in the Philippine News Agency's operations in light of its recent gaffes, which has made it the laughing stock of netizens.
Communications Secretary Martin Andanar plans to take a page from Philippine National Police chief Ronald "Bato" Dela Rosa in light of the snafus involving the Philippine News Agency (PNA).
The Philippine News Agency practically became a mouthpiece for China for a few days when it posted an opinion piece by the state-run Xinhua news agency on the proposed Code of Conduct (COC) in the South China Sea.
President Rodrigo Duterte isn’t keen on sharing the table with another country when the Philippines and China discuss how to settle their maritime row over the South China Sea.
So what if China and Russia are conducting joint naval exercises in our own backyard?