China’s growing presence in the world economy and the country’s leading role in international development initiatives all increase the need and desire of other countries to understand China’s development journey.
China’s approach to address problems including those triggered by the novel coronavirus pandemic is people-oriented, a philosophy that is deeply rooted in its culture
China’s political system has bolstered the country’s decades-long development miracle; it will moreover propel its progress on a new trajectory.
To experience the pleasures first hand, China Focus went to the Asian food festival held in Beijing to try some of Asia’s most delicious delicacies and understand the meaning behind some of Asia’s most popular cuisine.
【Ambassador Interview】 Ambassador of Thailand to China: We Regard China as a Model of National Promotion and Transformation
“The nature of Thailand-China relations is more than neighbor; we are close relatives.”
As a codified piece of legislation, the comprehensive Civil Code provides clear-cut guidance concerning what constitutes an infringement of personal information.
The failure to enact this article over the past two decades has created a loophole in Hong Kong’s legal system. It is both necessary and imperative that efforts be made at the State level to establish and improve the legal system and enforcement mechanisms for the HKSAR to safeguard national security.
China has played a very, very crucial role in facilitating the participation of the North Korean leader in dialogue and negotiation, and in pursuing denuclearization.
All along China has made a public stance for the battle against climate change.
By far the most impressive aspect was just how much my own ideas and impressions of Tibet were challenged, how my own opinions were the ones stuck in a time-warp.
Over four decades, China has repeatedly proved the predictions of naysayers to be wrong and weathered one international crisis after another!
The Belt and Road Initiative and its dialogue framework rooted in extensive consultation, joint contribution and shared benefits align with the emerging international structure of multilateralism, which was the goal of the historic struggles of the South, of which Africa has been the spiritual mainstream.
Until the COVID-19 outbreak, the Belt and Road initiative had emerged as the most successful integration platform for years on the world stage, guaranteeing common prosperity and win-win results.
The story picked up by some Western media has confused the timeline and linked the import expo to current China-U.S. trade tensions. Why does Western media always speculate that there must be certain political ends behind such events, especially when they are intended to benefit all?
Why Chile has the bluest sky in the world, why the natural views in Chile are so diverse, why Chile is abundant with the most delicious salmon, red wine and avocado.
China and the U.S. working together can make great things happen for the two countries and the world at large, while China and the U.S. stuck in confrontation spells disaster for the two countries and beyond.
Countervailing measures are aimed to calibrate the prices of imported goods to a fair level of competition, rather than blocking imports from entering China. U.S. companies should be confident that they will never be prevented from exporting goods to China at reasonable prices based on fair play.
“The perception of most people towards China has drastically evolved over the past 20 years.”
To understand the benefits of closer ties with African countries I met with and interviewed three African citizens living and working in China to gain their views on the potential for growth that the new scheme holds, and to see how the scheme is currently being put into practice.
Chinese President Xi Jinping presided over most talks and delivered a number of key speeches during the 18th SCO Summit in Qingdao.
Chinese President Xi Jinping chaired the meeting and delivered a speech titled “Carrying Forward the Shanghai Spirit to Build a Community of Shared Future”.
Do foreigners like the Chinese Government? We wanted to know what expats and travelers think of China and the Government, so we asked them! In these street interviews foreigners give their honest opinions about the Chinese Government and the Annual Two Sessions.
In this episode of A Ride to Lianghui, we interviewed Zhang Jingjing, a professor from Jingdezhen Ceramic Institute to talke about her life and career. Jingdezhen used to be an imperial kiln in China and it has a history of more than 1000 years.
We asked teams of Chinese and Foreigners questions about the Two Sessions to see if they know why, when, and who is involved in these important meetings.
Pulling Off Equivalent of Renaissance and Industrial Revolution Through 40 Years of Reform and Opening-up as Two Sessions End
I realized these days were gone when I first set foot in China. The infrastructure was impressive – even better than in the United States in most cases.