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Reform of pension system worries public sector workers

Reform of pension system worries public sector workers

Elderly people sit in a park in Xuchang, Central China's Henan Province, on January 1. Photo: CFP Following new reforms, from October 2015, China's 40 million public sector employees will have to pay into the State pension system, as the government ... SINA, 1 week ago
Retirement ruckus Global Times, 1 week ago

Shanghai's cancellations of events raise controversy

Reaction has been mostly negative following a decision by municipal authorities in Shanghai to cancel a number of events in the city this year connected to the forthcoming Spring and Lantern festivals. As CRI's Wang Mengzhen reports, the moves come ... week ago

Fleeting face-lift

Students and teachers at a school in Xi'an, Shaanxi Province stage a group dance as part of the city's bid for a "civilized city" award. Photo: IC Two weeks after a "national civilized city" inspection team left a university in Central China's ...
 Global Times2 weeks ago
Caixin Online

China Turning Gray over Pension Reform Stress

(Beijing) About 8,000 teachers in the northeastern city of Zhaodong stayed home for three days in November to protest an experimental pension scheme they called tantamount to a pay cut. The teachers claimed they'd been illegally forced to ...
 Caixin Online2 weeks ago

Learning from past lessons

Experts forecast more difficult decisions ahead as premier seeks to ensure country's prosperity When Premier Li Keqiang started his second year as premier in March, he said lessons from his past were helping to shape the country's future ...
 China Government3 weeks ago Premier Li continues to learn from past lessons  Ecns.cn3 weeks ago Li continues to learn from past lessons  CHINAdaily Europe3 weeks ago

Wang Qishan's 'transparent' graft drive to last at least 5 more years

Wang Qishan speaks at the 18th Central Commission for Discipline Inspection's four plenum in Beijing on Oct. 25. (Photo/Xinhua) China's sweeping anti-corruption campaign will continue for at least five years under the leadership of Wang Qishan, ...
 Want China Times4 weeks ago
CHINAdaily Europe

Top 10 new expressions of the year

1. New normal The phrase "new normal" was highlighted at a recent meeting of the Political bureau of the CPC Central Committee to convey the idea that China needs to focus on the quality of its economic development and adapt to a new situation.
 CHINAdaily Europe4 weeks ago

Festive season can breed corruption

For government officials, festivals are more important than ever because they are occasions to attest to their political loyalty and prove their work ethic. However, if they fail to behave according to the rules of the Central Commission for ...
 CHINAdaily4 weeks ago

Shenzhen car ban slammed

The South China city of Shenzhen's recent restriction on car purchases has attracted nationwide debate over its potential impact, while legal scholars questioned the policy's legal basis. Restrictions on car purchases abruptly announced by ...
 Global Times1 month ago

Graft campaign spreads overseas

MORE than two years after Xi Jinping gained power as China's leader, his anti-corruption campaign shows little sign of slowing down. Instead, it is now spreading its wings to other countries. It isn't known exactly how many Chinese officials have ...
 New Straits Times1 month ago China anti-corruption drive expands  China Post1 month ago
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