China's new cybersecurity rule indicates possible retaliation against US
A new draft regulation on cybersecurity could set the stage for Chinese regulators to take necessary action against US technology companies if their products and services are found to pose a threat to China's national security, an industry analyst said on Sunday.
Web porn campaign best avoid sweeping cuts to literature: expert
Operators of online literature platforms in China have suspended or closed down channels in response to a national anti-pornography campaign, prompting some observers to hail the shuttering as a necessary move while backing a more sophisticated censorship system to take account of readers' ages.
US 'blind' to China's help for Tibet Autonomous Region
As his trip to Tibet ended Saturday, US Ambassador to China Terry Branstad made unconstructive remarks that interfered with China's internal affairs, Chinese observers noted Sunday, saying that the US is blind to the successful development of the region.
Wartime bullet holes on the Great Wall to be protected in government facelift
Net users need not worry as Beijing will preserve and protect bullet holes and other historic scars on the Great Wall, a district cultural relics bureau said on Sunday.
澳门ag88Huawei defiant over mounting pressure
Telecom company Huawei Technologies Co on Sunday remained defiant over mounting pressure from the US, after some US-based industry standard bodies temporarily restricted the Chinese company's participation, downplaying the potential impact of the move on its business and blasting the bodies' unjust decisions.
Type 055 destroyer 'pillar' of North China Sea fleet: report
China's first 10,000-ton-class Type 055 destroyer Nanchang is reportedly joining the North China Sea Fleet of the People's Liberation Army Navy, a move that Chinese military experts hailed as crucial to the fleet's combat capability.
Suspects rounded up after carbon dioxide leak kills 10 in East China
A carbon dioxide leak that killed 10 people and injured another 19 in a cargo ship was caused by misconduct and suspects have been detained, authorities in East China's Shandong Province announced on Sunday.
Xi sends congratulatory letter to China Int'l Big Data Industry Expo
Chinese President Xi Jinping sent a congratulatory letter to the China International Big Data Industry Expo 2019, which opened in the city of Guiyang, southwest China's Guizhou Province, on Sunday.
China's joining of the Hague Agreement under negotiation: NIPA
China's National Intellectual Property Administration (NIPA) is negotiating with the World Intellectual Property Organization on China's joining of the Hague Agreement, a Chinese official said Saturday.