• VP of China’s top court meets law professor from Columbia University


    The two sides also discussed, among other things, cooperation in case studies, the training of judges, and judicial support for China’s Belt and Road initiative.

  • Zhou Qiang meets with British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond


    After extending his warm welcome, Zhou said that relations between the two countries have seen important progress in 2015. As an example, he cited Chinese President Xi Jinping’s state visit to the United Kingdom last October.

  • Shen Deyong meets with British ambassador to China


    Shen said that with the advancing bilateral relations between the two countries, political trust, cultural exchanges, and trade have increased over the past few years.

  • Overseas experience is invaluable


    30 Chinese lawyers were selected to travel to the United States this year to study at law schools and gain practical experience of working in US legal practices.

  • Information flow showcases China


    China's top information office has held a record number of news conferences this year on key issues that have drawn worldwide attention. In 2016, it will be even more open and release valuable information on changes and development in China, the head of the information office said.

  • Courting an international profile


    China's rapid economic development and growing role on the international stage have seen many businesses, including a large number of State-owned companies, expanding overseas and engaging in multinational mergers and acquisitions against a backdrop of growing global economic integration.

  • Zhou Qiang meets his German counterpart


    After extending his warm welcome, Zhou said that relations between the two countries have developed rapidly and the cooperation between their judicial bodies has also deepened over the last years.

  • Meng Jianzhu meets US cyberspace security delegation


    Meng Jianzhu, head of the Commission for Political and Legal Affairs of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, met a delegation of cyberspace security enforcement officials led by Alejandro Mayorkas, deputy secretary of the United States Department of Homeland Security, in Zhongnanhai, the central government's headquarters.