Many in current times speak of globalisation going into reverse. The reverberations of the global economic crisis are still being felt, especially in Western countries.
Is the rise of China a “threat” or an “opportunity”? Is China a “partner” or a “rival”? In the coming few days, the visit of the U.S. President Donald Trump will further confirm the U.S. outlook on China, and White House policies on the relationship.
The leaders of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa met in China coast city Xiamen early September.
The summit of the BRICS nations brings together five major new emerging economies, who are seeking a greater say in world affairs.
A number of overseas media, including many from non-BRICS countries, also keeps a close eye on the latest reports from the summit.
So, what aspects are they focusing on?
Since the global financial crisis and the economic crisis in 2008, China’s economy has undergone a significant change. How we should perceive these new features and drive these new patterns of development are two vital questions that China now faces.
Xi Jinping presented the new CPC central leadership to the press and laid down a roadmap for the next five years.
President Xi Jinping proposeded five Important “New” in a report to the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China at the Great Hall of the People in central Beijing.
Digital Media Center (DMC) of China International Publishing Group (CIPG) hosted a seminar – “a New Era–a New Direction of China-U.S. Relations” in Beijing on November 7, the eve of President Donald Trump’s China visit.
The promotion group of the CPC Central Committee went to one of China’s elite universities – Peking University (PKU) – on November 23 to promote and discuss the spirit of the 19th National Congress with PKU students.
In response to its rousing and thought-provoking content, foreign experts have studied the report and shared their views.
What are their perspectives on Xi’s report?
What are the important events that have happened in the past year in China? Let’s have a brief review..
Since the 18th National Congress of the CPC in 2012, the Central Committee of the Party with Secretary General Xi Jinping as core has made great achievements in deepening the comprehensive reforms and building up a high standard open economy.