As China rapidly became one of the world's dominant economic powerhouses, its economic reform has long been most visible to the eyes of the world. For many, this overshadowed other progresses the country has made over the years – most significantly the various reforms and development of its political system from a fundamental level.
The Internet has superseded television as the most popular means for the airing of discontent, with microblogs leading the charge.
General Secretary of CPC Central Committee Hu Jintao stressed in his speech at the CPC's anniversary gathering that the CPC must follow the principle of fighting corruption in a comprehensive way, says an article on xinhuanet.com.
China has accomplished various goals set by the National Human Rights Action Plan (2009-2010), which demonstrates that the country's human rights record and its people's livelihoods have improved, a senior official said.
The People's Daily, flagship newspaper of the Communist Party of China (CPC), ran a commentary on Monday, stressing the importance of attracting the young generations to the Party.
As the unrest in the strategically important regions of West Asia and North Africa continues, the foreign policies of major world powers in the region are drawing worldwide attention.
About 32,000 Chinese people who are not members of the Communist Party of China (CPC) are working in government agencies above the county level by the end of 2010, an official said on Wednesday.
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.
China's press watchdog said on Monday no organizations or individuals are allowed to block reporters from doing their jobs or blacklist them.
70 journalists visited the Party School of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China,which is seen as a secretive organization for a long time.