"We will resolutely safeguard national sovereignty, security, and development interests, and never seek maritime hegemony," said the deputies and members from the Chinese Navy participating in the "Two Sessions".
The story of Wei Huixiao's military career is full of legends: From a well-paid white-collar worker to a naval officer, from an outstanding doctoral student to a commanding officer of a new-type destroyer...
Li Wanyan witnessed the historic moment. She remembered that it was a foggy day and soldiers were walking past the minefield singing a song together. "They risked their lives to protect our safety and I don't know what I can do for them to express my gratitude."
Mixed grouping and unified planning have not only enhanced the friendship among the three countries, but also effectively enhanced the ability of the three militaries to cope with regional crises and maintain peace.
After the four-hour surgery performed by doctors on the Chinese hospital ship "Peace Ark", Santa Tejedo, 62, would be able to walk without the pain she had been suffering for a year due to a massive leg lipoma.
The 12th Airshow China, one of the world's top air shows, is taking place in the southern coastal city and will run through Sunday.
Guns, death, poverty and long patrols across swamps and deserts under a baking sun thousands of kilometers from home is a hard life for any young woman.
The 5th annual installment of Exercise Kowari featuring Chinese, Australian and U.S. armed forces, has wrapped up in Cairns on Wednesday.
She was 23 when she deployed in 2015 to Juba, the capital of South Sudan, as part of China's first female infantry squad to serve in a United Nations peacekeeping mission. The squad had 13 members.
As the People's Republic of China nears its 69th anniversary, a law enforcement division in Shanghai is helping people better appreciate the magnitude of events leading up to and following the historical event in 1949.
The late army officer Zhou Zhifu survived the horrors of war to become a model Party member.
If you’re a soldier in China, applying to leave the army is likely to leave a black mark on your social credit score.
While her peers donned suits and started their careers in office buildings or flew abroad to further their studies, 22-year-old French major Zhang Zixuan disappeared to a training ground in northwestern China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region upon graduation from university last June.
As China's military looks to reform domestically, it's also expanding its presence abroad.
China's share of global arms exports rose from 3.8 percent to 6.2 percent from 2012 to 2016 as the country became the third-largest weapon supplier in the world after the U.S. and Russia, according to the latest data released by the SIPRI.
More than 6,000 kilometers away from his home and family, 25-year-old Li Junying waked up at 6 am in southern Lebanon and prepared to search for idle mines scattered along the United Nations Blue Line.
On Jan. 30, the TV channel of 81.cn, the website of the People's Liberation Army, released a video unveiling the demeanor of soldiers who guard the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse in Beijing.
The video of a quake survivor searching for the army officer who saved his life 10 years ago has attracted a lot of attention on China's social media.
Her father was fascinated by space and a huge fan of Yuri Gagarin, the first man in space, and Neil Armstrong, the first to walk on the moon, when he was a middle school student. He signed up for the PLA astronaut program without hesitation.
A cadets from the PLA Naval University of Engineering shared with classmates his stories of spending three months on the Romanian Navy's sail training ship "Mircea" for an oceangoing visit mission to seven countries on the New Year's Day of 2018.