“The perception of most people towards China has drastically evolved over the past 20 years.”
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”.
Talks are always better than no talks. Ultimately, no one really cares who took the first step because the essence of the whole matter is to contain the increasing damages to both economies.
It is not hard to find cases where the United States unilaterally imposed pressure on China on issues such as human rights, Tibet or Taiwan. These problems have all ultimately been settled, but never by means of China making one-sided concessions.
China-Egypt relations are a clear example of a successful win–win partnership. Egypt finds itself at the heart of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) as the sea route passes through the Suez Canal to Europe.
The 2018 Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) Beijing Summit opened on Monday afternoon with President Xi Jinping delivering a keynote speech titled, Work Together for […]
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 […]
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. […]
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 […]
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.
Since 1974, a sort of mythology has grown up around how Malaysia’s current strong relations with China began to take shape in that year, when Prime Minister Tun Abdul Razak became the first ASEAN leader to normalize relations with it.
This is a first in the history of China’s automobile industry and a breakthrough since diplomatic relations were established between China and South Africa.