The significance of the 20th CPC National Congress is not only will it set the agenda for the ensuing five years, it will also draft the roadmap for the next 13 years to 2035 and sharpen the vision for 2049.
A successful GDI may give us a good opportunity to keep us all together. It may significantly contribute to retaining world peace, whilst we combine the well-being of the planet with that of ourselves.
In short, ironically enough, what the West fears and dislikes about China is precisely what it understands about itself: it sees itself in the mirror but mistakes the image as its other, as its evil twin.
The Global Development Initiative demonstrates China’s enduring commitment to uplifting the fortunes of the developing world.
If a mechanism for high-level dialogue and coordination can be established, EU could act as a mediator between China and the U.S., rather than completely siding with the U.S., thus maintaining its relative independence.
The West, after trapping many countries including itself in debts, wants to smear China and the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) by using the narrative of ‘debt trap’.
China’s current ethnic policy works well, not only does it protect ethnic diversity, but also safeguard national unity.
Nepali people should be careful to the so-called grant of MCC, and show their firm stand to protect the national interest and maintain friendly relations with other countries.
Together for a Shared Future carries the Beijing Winter Olympics expectation of a beautiful future for the world and sends best wishes to young people around the world.
The latest China-Bhutan Border MoU has sent very positive message on finding resolution of the border issues, and also provides a constructive signal to the entire Trans-Himalaya region.
China in the UN over the past 50 years has proven to be an agent for change for the better for the world, as both a promotor of world peace and a contributor to the global development.