The open recruitment of Party secretaries (also known as "red CEOs") for private enterprises in Wenzhou for the second time indicated that the city has gradually normalized a system to hire leading posts for Party organizations in non-public companies.
In Yan'an, classes for Communist Party of China (CPC) cadres are held nearly everywhere: in the former residence of founding Party leaders, on the summit of the iconic Baota mountain, and in the fields where Communist soldiers toiled with farmers during wartime.
The People's Daily, flagship newspaper of CPC, stressed the CPC's efforts in Party building to cope with the new challenges for China and the Party.
China's twice-a-decade election season is underway and a number of high profile people are planning to run as independent candidates, if they get nominated.
The leaders of many foreign countries and political parties have sent congratulatory messages to the Communist Party of China (CPC) on the 90th anniversary of its July 1, 1921 founding.
The CPC - now a political party with 80 million members, the most anywhere - has long moved on from an embryonic reliance on conviction and charm.
Xue Peiwei, 29, was both happy and worried when, as one of the 1,213 relocated residents in Shiyan city, he moved to his new home. "This two-story building was so spacious, about 216 square meters," Xue said with a smile while holding his two-year-old daughter.
Professor Xie Chuntao raises many eyebrows when he touches on certain topics, including why the Communist Party of China remains popular despite making "several serious mistakes".
He Ye, branch secretary of the Communist Party of China at Alcatel-Lucent Shanghai Bell Co Ltd, said that the idea of establishing a caucus in the company was sparked by the deadly Wenchuan earthquake of 2008.
The development of intra-Party democracy epitomizes the road the CPC has taken over the past 90 years, from a fledgling political entity to the world's largest ruling political force.