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Nov.2, 2017
 
Chinese judges have faced "notably less" interference from officials both out of and within the judicial system, said Chief Justice Zhou Qiang, when reporting the development of judicial reforms to the top legislature on Wednesday.
 
Nov.2, 2017
 
The registered unemployment rate in Chinese cities stood at 3.95 percent at the end of the third quarter, the lowest level since 2008, official data showed.
 
Nov.2, 2017
 
With 28 counties casting off poverty this year, China shortened its list of poorest counties for the first time in more than 30 years, a concrete step toward delivering on the country's goal of completely eliminating poverty by 2020.
 
Nov.6, 2017
 
People who disrespect China's national anthem will be given a sentence of up to three years in prison, according to a revised law approved on Saturday.
 
Nov. 6, 2017
 
The State Council, China's cabinet, has started overhaul of measures to protect the rights and interests of migrant workers.
 
Nov.7,2017
 
China ranks fourth on the latest G20 low carbon governance list because of its advanced policies and actions, while the US drops to 17th after pulling out of the Paris Agreement.
 
Nov.8,2017
 
China's top legislature on Tuesday published the draft law on supervision to solicit public opinion.
 
Nov.8,2017
 
China’s employment hit 776 million by the end of 2016, surpassing the gross population of Europe, according to statistics by the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security (MHRSS), People’s Daily reported on Nov. 7.
 
Nov.8,2017
 
“China will continue to play its role as a major participant, contributor and pioneer in promoting global ecological progress,” said Xie Zhenhua, China's special representative on climate change,at a press conference on Oct.31.
 
Nov.9,2017
 
Chinese President Xi Jinping Wednesday called on journalists to strengthen their confidence in the path, theory, system, and culture of socialism with Chinese characteristics.
 
Nov.10,2017
 
By 2020, a network for public legal services will be established to cover all the disabled in China, according to Opinions on improving public legal services for the disabled during the period of 13th Five-year Plan(hereinafter referred to as the Opinions) issued recently by the Ministry of Justice.
 
Nov.10,2017
 
Chinese President Xi Jinping and visiting U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday agreed on maintaining the strategic leading role of head-of-state diplomacy in developing bilateral relations.
 
Nov.13,2017
 
President Xi Jinping once again highlighted the importance of open economies and inclusive development for a new round of global prosperity on Saturday, the second day of his attendance at APEC events. 
 
Nov.13,2017
 
Special employment policies should be adopted to address deep-rooted poverty in some regions, said Zhang Yizhen, deputy minister of the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security.
 
Nov.14,2017
 
China’s economic success has supported global growth and its experience will help more countries to realize sustainable development, said Nicholas Rosellini, the representative of UNDP in China, on Saturday.
 
Nov.16,2017
 
Chinese Vice Premier Liu Yandong and Tibor Navracsics, EU Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport, co-chair the fourth meeting of China-EU High-level People-to-people Dialogue Tuesday in Shanghai, east China.
 
Nov.16, 2017
 
The Cultural Exploration of West China tour, part of the Experience China series, kicked off in Los Angeles on Monday to showcase the colorful cultures of west China.
 
Nov.16,2017
 
Drugstore chains will be forbidden from selling prescription medicines on the internet, according to a draft regulation released by the China Food and Drug Administration.
 
Nov.17,2017
 
The Cultural Exploration of West China in the US, part of the cultural event "Experience China in 2017", kicked off in San Diego, California on Tuesday. 
 
Nov.20,2017
 
Documentaries Born in China and The Third Polar featuring nature and people in west China were screened Wednesday evening at Edwards Cinema in Los Angeles.
 
Nov. 20, 2017
 
The health of women and children in China has been improving, according to the latest statistics.
 
Nov.20, 2017
 
China plans to install or upgrade 64,000 toilets at tourist destinations from 2018 to 2020 in an effort to remove a major nuisance for travelers and develop domestic tourism.
 
Nov.21, 2017
 
From November 2016 to mid-November this year, 760,000 previously unsupervised "left-behind children" in China's rural areas were placed in the custody of guardians, the Ministry of Civil Affairs (MCA) said on the International Children's Day which falls on Nov. 20.
 
Nov.21, 2017
 
The seventh China-U.S. Judicial and Human Rights Seminar co-sponsored by China Foundation For Human Rights Development and the National Committee on US-China Relations was held in New York on Nov.14 and 15.
 
Nov.21, 2017
 
The Cultural Exploration of West China in the US, part of the cultural event "Experience China in 2017", kicked off in San Francisco on Thursday.
 
Nov.21, 2017
 
The cultural event Experience China 2017 -- A Glimpse of West China kicked off in San Francisco, California on Thursday.
 
Nov.22, 2017
 
A healthcare official said Tuesday that 4,529 organ donations took place in China this year, a 30 percent increase year on year.
 
Nov.22, 2017
 
China’s development has benefited tens of millions of children. The United Nations International Children's Fund (UNICEF) has been working closely with the Chinese government to guarantee more children enjoy health and education benefits. This conforms to China’s aim of solving the contradiction between unbalanced and inadequate development and the people's ever-growing needs for a better life, said Justin Forsyth, UNICEF's deputy executive director. 
 
Nov.22, 2017
 
China takes the lead in blood safety and availability, according to the recently released 2016 Global Status Report on Blood Safety and Availability by the World Health Organization.
 
Nov.23, 2017
 
The Conference for Electing Deputies of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) to the 13th National People's Congress (NPC) convened its first plenary session on Wednesday in preparation for electing 36 deputies to China's top legislature.
 
Nov.23, 2017
 
Documentaries Born in China and The Third Polar featuring nature and people in west China were screened in San Francisco on November 17-19, 2017. Chinese deputy Consul General Cha Liyou, Cultural Counsellor Xiao Xiayong, overseas Chinese Fangli Bangqin, David W.Ewing, chairman of the National U.S.-China People's Friendship Association San Francisco Branch as well as teachers and students from San Francisco State University attended the event.
 
Nov.23, 2017
 
In 2016, the health literacy rate of the Chinese people reached 11.58 percent, increasing 5.1 percent and 1.33 percent compared with 2008 and 2015 respectively, according to the National Health and Family Planning Commission.
 
Nov.24,2017
 
China has set aside 49.7 billion yuan (about 7.5 billion U.S. dollars) for supporting environmental protection this year, an official said Thursday.
 
Nov.24, 2017 
 
Natural disasters caused by climate change have severe consequences in recent years, making climate change an urgent issue faced by human beings.
 
China is actively conducting south-south cooperation on climate change to build a green and clean world. “China adheres to peaceful development and build a community of shared future for mankind,” said President Xi Jinping.
 
Nov.27, 2017
 
China should continue to upgrade the country's toilets as part of its "toilet revolution" aimed at developing domestic tourism and improving people's life quality, Chinese President Xi Jinping said.
 
Nov.28,2017
 
China's social insurance fund had a surplus of 650.8 billion yuan (about 99 billion U.S. dollars) in 2016, the Ministry of Finance said in a final accounts report Tuesday.
 
Nov.29, 2017
 
The Third International Seminar on Human Rights and Museology was opened in east China's Nanjing Tuesday, where scholars discussed the protection of peace and human rights ahead of the 80th anniversary of the Nanjing Massacre.
 
Nov.30,2017
 
The State Council, China's cabinet, has dispatched a team of inspectors to check on teacher ethics and work styles across the country, in an effort to prevent child abuse in kindergartens.