If China and the U.S. want a war? Of course not. But will the structural pressures the two countries face lead to conflict? Yes.
The changing situation on the Korean Peninsula has long drawn the close attention of the international community. The second summit between the United States and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, which was at the center of the spotlight, concluded without any deal achieved. In which direction will the future of the Peninsula head? Is the Korean Peninsula safe? And can denuclearization on the Peninsula be achieved?
During the past four decades since its reform and opening-up to the world, the Chinese economy has been experiencing significant changes.
New legislation allays concerns, creates ground for foreign investors’ confidence.
At this pivotal point, China Focus interviewed Milligan-Whyte to find out why peaceful coexistence between China and the U.S. is imperative, how the Belt and Road Initiative has become a global phenomenon and why without worldwide cooperation, all economies will fail.
Top diplomat outlines China’s performance and priorities.
How modern media can win-back viewer confidence? Why Chinese stories have an important role to play on the world stage?
China’s development has not only created changes in its appearance but also brought opportunities and impetus to global economic growth.
How will AI change China’s manufacturing industry? Where else will it be used? Are China and the U.S. rivals in the area of AI? What happens when people use these advancements?
The current employment situation in China is closely related to the transformation of the country’s labor market.
In 1991, after thirty years of virtually severed relations, former Chinese president Yang Shangkun and his Mongolian counterpart, president Punsalmaagiin Ochirbat, met to reinstate their diplomatic relationship. Since then, the two countries’ collaboration has strengthened progressively, with cooperation on the Russia-Mongolia-China Economic Corridor the latest in a series of projects that has aligned the two countries closer. In a wide-ranging interview, China Focus interviewed Mongolia’s first President Ochirbat to find out how China and Mongolia’s relationship is growing, how China’s rapid development has had beneficial knock-on affects in Mongolia and why future ties promise to bring further benefits to both countries. China Focus： What do you think of China’s development? Former President of Mongolia Punsalmaagiin Ochirbat still remembers the first time he visited Beijing more than 30 years ago. “In 1980, I went to Hong Kong through Chinese mainland,” he said. “That time, Beijing seemed very poor and underprivileged: the life, the streets, the bicycles, the carriages and such.” During an interview with China Focus, he told our reporter that his impressions of Beijing have changed tremendously, “Now I don’t know where anything is in Beijing. I only know where the Mongolian Embassy is,” he said humorously. “Everything else is so unrecognizable to me. That’s how much China has reformed and developed.” During his presidency, he chose China for his first […]
Is China’s economy heading towards a recession? Under such circumstances, would China secure its economic vitality in the future? How can China influence the world economy in a positive way?