Foreign firms cast wise votes of confidence in China’s economy

China’s economy has shifted from high-speed growth to high-quality development. The enormous opportunities created by this shift have retained China’s position as a top destination for foreign investment.

Enduring partnership of China and France

During his phone talks with Emmanuel Bonne, diplomatic advisor to French President Emmanuel Macron, Wang Yi, director of the Office of the Foreign Affairs Commission of the Communist

Chance to ease tensions should not be wasted

The studied silence surrounding the visit to Beijing by Daniel J. Kritenbrink, US assistant secretary of state for East Asian and Pacific affairs, and Sarah Beran, White House

Critical to de-risk with deeds not words

According to a statement issued by the US State Department on Saturday, US Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Daniel J. Kritenbrink is on

Business community gives lesson to Washington on benefits of cooperation

The global public sphere is rife with narratives about an “exodus” of foreign companies from China, claiming they are leaving en masse. But things are different in the real

Chip companies victims of tech hegemony

As of last week, various entities from the members of the de facto chip club Washington is trying to set up to starve the Chinese mainland of advanced

China-Russia ties nobody’s business but their own

Although some Western countries have expressed their disapproval of Sino-Russian cooperation and seek to distort the economic and trade ties between the two countries as proof that China

Pacific Island countries not US’ geopolitical pawns

The United States has been paying greater attention to the Pacific Island nations as part of the strategy to counter China’s rising influence in the region. Among

Xi’an summit boosts security, development cooperation

The joint statement and the list of cooperation projects released after the China-Central Asia Summit concluded in Xi’an, Shaanxi province, on Friday show the event has been highly

Cooperation at heart of modern Silk Road

The success of the bilateral meetings President Xi Jinping held respectively with the leaders of the five Central Asian countries in Xi’an, Shaanxi province, on Wednesday and Thursday,

Summit stabilizer for Central Asia

The China-Central Asia Summit to be held on Thursday and Friday in Xi’an, Shaanxi province, is expected to give a shot in the arm to regional development under

High hopes for five-nation peace shuttling

From Monday, Special Representative of the Chinese Government on Eurasian Affairs Li Hui is paying visits to Ukraine, Poland, France, Germany and Russia for communication aimed at promoting

China and Europe can be ballast for peace

There are many common interests between China and the European countries despite their ideological differences. Among these is a shared desire for peace in Ukraine. An end

Pandemic ending, but lessons need to be learned

The World Health Organization declared an end to COVID-19 as a global public health emergency on Friday, but that does not mean, as WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus

Western airlines cry wolf after self-imposing disadvantages

The issue of a level-playing field in business has become even more bizarre these days given that Air France wants the French government to limit Chinese airlines’ access

Stricter regulations needed to rein in travel agencies

The Ministry of Culture and Tourism issued a new document in mid-April, stressing that stricter measures will be taken to further regulate China’s tourism industry. While showing the

Media literacy in ChatGPT era needs promotion

On April 28th, Hainan Tropical Ocean University and the Hainan Provincial Committee of China Democratic League hosted a special lecture titled “Media Literacy in the ChatGPT Era,” featuring

G7 can facilitate peace talks by lifting sanctions

Some recent developments concerning the West’s response to the Ukraine conflict indicate simmering and widening divisions inside what appears to be a unanimous Western stance over the crisis.

China, Mongolia need better eco-coordination

The frequent and strong sandstorms that have swept across northern China and some parts of southern China this year have surprised many people after years of relative lull

It’s time to give peace a chance through dialogue rather than adding fuel to fire

After China brokered a reconciliation between Saudi Arabia and Iran last month, it raised hopes that it would act as a mediator to help bring an end to

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