China's leaders on Tuesday morning celebrated the New Year of 2013 with political advisors in Beijing.
Top Chinese leaders including Xi Jinping on Sunday watched Peking Opera at the National Center for the Performing Arts in a gala to celebrate the New Year.
Wang Qishan: Rise of a troubleshooter
Chinese Vice Premier Wang Qishan wrapped up his three-day visit to the United States on Thursday.
Chinese and US officials agreed on a number of measures, including export controls and investment, during trade talks in Washington.
With the US wanting to put pressure on China at the upcoming annual meeting of the China-US Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade, Chinese experts said dialogue rather than complaints will help solve the ongoing problems.
The concern the media has shown to the anti-corruption seminar convened on Saturday by Wang Qishan.
The chief of the ruling Party's top discipline watchdog has vowed to strengthen supervision of officials.
Wang Qishan, the anti-corruption chief of the Communist Party of China, on Friday pledged to enhance supervision of cadres to prevent corruption.
Wang Qishan, center, member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) and secretary of the CPC Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI), attends a conference for Party members of CCDI and the Ministry of Supervision to study the spirit of the 18th CPC National Congress, in Beijing on Nov 19, 2012.