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Govt weibo learning to talk the good talk


A large number of government departments and officials have stepped into the online world through weibo - but most of them are still more show than tell, a new media researcher said on Monday.

So far, nearly 20,000 micro blogs - including more than 10,000 government departments and about 9,000 officials - have been opened on Sina weibo, the most popular and biggest micro blog service in China.

However, some administrative weibo have hardly been updated after being opened, while some have just followed the new media trend blindly without interacting with netizens, said Zhu Huaxin, secretary-general of's department of public opinion monitoring, on the 2011 Government weibo Annual Summit in Beijing. >>more

Focus on CPC congresses 2011-2012 at provincial level


The Party Constitution stipulates that: The leading bodies of local Party organizations are the Party congresses at their respective levels and the Party committees elected by them. 
Basics of CPC's electoral system

We Observe: 'One Party chief and two deputies' model still popular; 13 provinces elect female members to standing Party committees; The emergence of a group of 60s standing committee members; Half of China's provinces complete Party committee reshuffling 

Yunnan: Qin Guangrong; Hunan: Zhou Qiang; Hebei: Zhang Qingli; Fujian: Sun Chunlan; Guangxi: Guo Shengkun; Tibet: Chen Quanguo; Inner Mongolia: Hu Chunhua; Jiangsu: Luo Zhijun; Shanxi: Yuan Chunqing; Xinjiang: Zhang Chunxian; Anhui: Zhang Baoshun; Jiangxi: Su Rong; Henan: Lu Zhangong; Liaoning: Wang min >>more

Basics of CPC's electoral system


The Party congress of a province, autonomous region, or municipality directly under the central government is held once every five years. >>more

CPC members who took part in Revolution of 1911


The Revolution of 1911, or the Xinhai Revolution led to the fall of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) and the establishment of the Republic of China (1912-1949). Some of those who took part in the revolution later became members of the Communist Party of China. Let's have a close look at them as the centenary of the revolution draws near:

Zhu De (1886-1976) is one of the principal leaders of the Communist Party of China and the People's Republic of China and one of the founders of the Chinese People's Liberation Army.

Zhu De joined the Tong Meng Hui (Chinese Revolutionary League) in 1909... >>more

Online photo exhibition: China in Development (1911-2011)


A photo exhibition, titled China in Development 1911-2011, was unveiled at the United Nations headquarters in New York on Aug 1, 2011, marking the 100th anniversary of the Revolution of 1911, or the Revolution of Xinhai. >>more

The first military region in China’s military history


Jiangxi Military Region was set up in Xingguo County in Jiangxi Province in 1932, and is viewed as the first military region in China's military history. >>more

CPC history in pictures (5): The War of Liberation (1945-1949)


In order to give China a bright future, the Communist Party of China led the Chinese people to win the War of Liberation, shattering the Kuomintang army and overthrowing the reactionary Kuomintang rule. >>more

Why does Mao Zedong choose Hua Guofeng as his successor?


Why did Mao Zedong choose Hua Guofeng as his successor? Maybe the answer spans Hua Guofeng's whole life. >>more

Time-honored brands praised by Mao Zedong, Zhou Enlai and Deng Xiaoping


Commercial time-honored brands are national treasures. Beijing's time-honored brands are glories of the Chinese capital. >>more

The MAO legacy


His memory is kept alive in various ways, including a huge portrait in Tian'anmen and many statues guarding important institutes of learning all across China. Li Jing finds out more about the genesis of the trend. >>more