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Sponsored by the Xinhua News Agency, Xinhuanet is China’s important central news service-oriented website, and one of the most influential news portals in the world.

Supported by the domestic and oversea branches of Xinhua News Agency and its 29 provincial channels and companies overseas, Xinhuanet has developed its own global network for collecting news and information, and is an all-media information gathering, processing and spreading platform, boasting a strong spreading power, a wide coverage, a comprehensive collecting means and varied forms of dissemination among the Chinese network media.

Cherishing the idea to "Publicize China and Report the World" in an “Authoritative Voice, Cordially Conveyed”, Xinhuanet releases global news information 24 hours daily in languages of Chinese (simplified and traditional), English, French, Spanish, Russian, Arabic, Japanese, Korean, German, Tibetan, and Uygur.

Last Updated: July 7, 2016

Xi's Call for "Mass Line" Answered by Actions

Xinhua
On June 18, Xi Jinping, general secretary of the CPC Central Committee, said that the "mass line" is the lifeline of the Party and the CPC's upcoming year-long campaign will be a "thorough cleanup" of undesirable work styles...

Think Tank Urged to Research ‘China Dream’

Xinhua
With this reference to a great renewal of the CHinese nation dominating the zeitgeist the Chinese Academy of Social Science was urged to conduct research to provide academic support for self-confidence in the Chines path, theories and system.&...

Is China Ready For The Next Quake

Wang Jiaquan
Xinhua
With the government’s relief efforts already shifting toward reconstruction, the safety of housing structures must be prioritized, with special attention being given to close supervision over project design and construction quality. 

China Cooperating With International Organizations On H7N9

Xinhua
Premier Li Keqiang said China is cooperating closely with WHO and other international organizations on the H7N9 avian flu. The government attaches great importance to public health and has been working to effectively prevent and control...

Li Yuanchao Elected Chinese Vice President

Xinhua
Li Yuanchao is elected vice-president of the People’s Republic of China at the fourth plenary meeting of the first session of the 12th National People’s Congress (NPC) in Beijing, capital of China, March 14, 2013.  

Report On The Work Of The Government

Xinhua
An English version of Wen Jiabao's speech, delivered at the First Session of the Twelfth National People’s Congress on March 5, 2013...

U.S. Media Misquote China-related Reports, Causing Concerns

Xinhua
Well-known U.S. newspapers including the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post have raised the eyebrows of many Chinese recently in their two questionable reports on sensitive China-related topics. 

Chinese Man Seeking Overdue Wages, Kills Himself, Injures 7 in Explosion

Wang Yuanyuan, editor
Xinhua
A man in south China’s Guangdong Province ignited explosives on his body, killing himself and injuring seven others, official media said.

New CPC Leadership Rejects Extravagance, Bureaucracy

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Xinhua
The newly-elected leadership of China's ruling party has pledged to reject extravagance and reduce bureaucratic visits and meetings, in a bid to win the trust and support from the people. In a meeting of the Political Bureau of the Communist...

Xinhua Insight: China Will Never Copy Western Political System

Meng Na and Mou Xu
Xinhua
Xinhua says Hu Jintao wants China to support state power and at the same time improve the system of community-level democracy.

U.S. Presidential Debate Sees Candidates Flex China Muscle

Liu Jie
Xinhua
Although the yuan rose nearly 30 percent since 2005, U.S. politicians are still taking jabs at China's currency regime. ...

Qingdao Toilet Paper Abuse Triggers Morals Debate

Li Meng
Xinhua
An eastern Chinese city's efforts to build user-friendly toilets have ended with huge losses of free toilet paper, provoking reflections on the misuse of public amenities in China. As most Chinese public lavatories do not provide paper or...