The legislature of the Canadian province of Ontario is considering designating Dec 13 as Nanjing Massacre Remembrance Day.
Beijing, Hanoi agree to continue joint patrols and to implement fishery, gas and oil projects.
Wu Haitao, China's deputy permanent representative to the UN, made the appeal at a Security Council emergency meeting.
The Asian Development Bank has approved a US$499.6 million loan for a green financing platform for the greater Beijing area.
The Ministry of Culture is making it compulsory for presenters of streamed online shows to register with their real names.
Nomination of Exxon Mobil chief for State Department heralds more aggressive economic policies.
A Beijing primary school denied allegations of bullying on its campus after an open letter written by a mother about how her 10-year-old son was bullied at school went viral.
Nearly 20,000 ancient trees on the renowned Mount Tai in Shandong province now have "digital ID cards".
Chinese have serious concerns over the safety of food, environment and personal information, according a report released on Monday.
President Xi said the Chinese nation has always valued the family.