White paper lays out facts about China-US trade frictions
On September 24, as Chinese people celebrated the traditional Mid-autumn Festival, the Chinese government issued a White Paper stating the facts and its position on the trade frictions with the United States.
Swedish TV show reeks of arrogance and prejudice
In a clear breach of journalistic ethics and an affront to the conscience of humanity, a recent Swedish TV show used very vulgar language against the Chinese people, giving the impression that the anchor and the production team have apparently set their eyes on inciting racial hatred against an entire race.
Japan's Abe wins 3rd consecutive term as ruling party president
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe won a third consecutive term as president of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) on Thursday, which will give him a chance to become the longest-serving prime minister in postwar Japan.
China welcomes DPRK, ROK consensus at Pyongyang summit
China welcomed the consensus reached between the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) and the Republic of Korea (ROK) Wednesday to improve inter-Korean ties, ease military tensions in the region and advance the denuclearization process and peace talks on the Korean Peninsula.
The US trade war upgrade solves nothing
In spite of overwhelming opposition from the international community and US industries, the United States announced Monday that it will impose additional tariffs of 10 percent on 200 billion US dollars’ worth of Chinese exports to the US, and will also adopt other tariff escalation measures. China on Tuesday night announced a series of differentiated rates for tariffs on about 60 billion US dollars’ worth of American imports, starting on Sept 24th, the same day the new US tariffs take effect.
Sweden fails to respond to incident over tourists: FM
The Foreign Ministry urged Sweden on Monday to pay attention to China's concerns over the brutal abuse of three Chinese tourists by Swedish police in Stockholm, and take concrete measures to protect the safety and legitimate rights and interests of Chinese tourists in the country.
Xi and Putin friendship a sign of the strong China-Russia ties
During this week's fourth Eastern Economic Forum, China's President Xi Jinping and Russia's President Vladimir Putin held their third meeting in four months. The frequent interaction between these two heads of state has become a distinctive feature of China-Russian relations.
Xi, Putin call for promoting China-Russia youth friendship
Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin visited All-Russian Children's Center "Ocean" here on Wednesday to promote friendship between the two countries' youths.
China, Russia agree to advance sub-national cooperation
Chinese President Xi Jinping and his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, on Tuesday called for promoting sub-national cooperation to cement bilateral relations and benefit the two peoples.
Russia looks eastwards towards the region's untapped potential
The 4th Eastern Economic Forum is being held in the city of Vladivostok in Russia's Far East from September 11 to 13. China's President Xi Jinping and a number of heads of state and government from northeast Asia have joined Russia's President Vladimir Putin at the event, along with delegations from more than 60 countries, making this year's forum the largest to date. China has sent a large-scale, high-profile delegation to the forum every year since it was established. President Xi's decision to attend the forum for the first time at the invitation of President Putin is a clear demonstration of China's willingness to be a part of Russia's effort to increase cooperation in the Far East.