- English Language
- Chinese sites
The People's Daily, the official newspaper of the Chinese Communist Party.
- "Leader's reports" on Hu Jintao, Huang Ju, Jia Qinglin, Li Changchun, Luo Gan, Wen Jiabao, Wu Bangguo, Wu Guanzheng, and Zeng Qinghong. Include pictures and links to Xinhua, People's Daily, and other news articles on "Domestic activities," "Meeting visitors," "Foreign tours," and "Important speeches." Updated frequently.
- List of CCPCC, NPC, and State Council leaders, with some basic biographical info.
The China Internet Information Center offers "broad access to up-to-date news about China, with searchable texts of government position papers and a wealth of basic information about Chinese history, politics, economics and culture."
- Published under the State Council Information Office in Beijing, it is the authorized government portal site to China.
- "People" page features links to "Person of the Week," "Faces of a Nation," "Our 'X' Generation," "East Meets West," and "Who's Who" pages.
- "Government" page includes links to central and local government news, translations of government documents, as well as background information on China's leadership (a extensive who's who that even includes several Ministers, Local Government leaders [Party and state, designated by red and blue link respectively], and Armed Forces Leadership), state structure, political, legislative, and judicial systems.
Xinhua, China's official newswire, offers "China View."
- "People" page features an eclectic mix of photos and mostly human interest stories.
- Government links page seems to stay current.
The China Daily is the only national English-language newspaper in China. It was the first national newspaper to go online in 1995.
The PLA Daily of the People's Liberation Army.
- PLA Figures page features black and white pictures and links to bios of the "10 marshals," the "10 army generals," and hundreds of generals, major generals, and lieutenant generals, both dead and alive.
- "Military database" includes sections on the Central Military Commission (CMC: Hu Jintao, Guo Boxiong, Cao Gangchuan, Xu Caihou, Liang Guanglie, Li Jinai, Liao Xilong, Chen Bingde, Qiao Qingchen, Zhang Dingfa, and Jing Zhiyuan), and links to news stories on the Armed Forces (Army, Navy, Air Force, Second Artillery, Reserve Force, Armed Police Force, Militia, PLA Hong Kong Garrison, PLA Macao Garrison), Headquarters (General Staff Headquarters, General Political Department, General Logistics Department, General Armaments Department), and Military Affairs Commissions (MAC: Shenyang, Beijing, Lanzhou, Jinan, Nanjing, Guangzhou, Chengdu).
- A special report on the "60th Anniversary of Victory in War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression" has a page of links to over a dozen summer 2005 PLA Daily articles about famous Chinese generals from WWII.
Chinatoday.com, a "China information base" run out of Canada, is constructing a Who's Who database.