address Conference on Dialogue of Asian Civilizations

 President Xi Jinping will deliver a keynote speech at the opening ceremony of the Conferen ce on Dialogue of Asian Civilizations to be held on May 15 in Beijing, a senior official said Thursday. Xu Lin, deputy head of the Publicity Department of the Communist Party of China Cen tral Committee and director of the … Read moreaddress Conference on Dialogue of Asian Civilizations

Ahmed Hassan Alhammadi, manager of the United Arab

Emirates Pavilion, hasn’t had time yet to visit the China Pavilion as he has been busy with his own pavilion. “We will have more time later to have a walk in the park, and the China Pavilion will be our first stop for sure,” he said. The International Pavilion, a venue for international horticultural exhibitions … Read moreAhmed Hassan Alhammadi, manager of the United Arab

Xi stressed the importance of fulfilling bilateral and

 multilateral trade agreements, saying that Chinese people value a promise as much as tons of gold. China pays close attention to building a law-based government, abolishing improper r ules, subsidies and activities that undermine fair competition and treating all enterprises equally, Xi said. The president highlighted building infrastructure of high quality, sustain ability, risk resilience, … Read moreXi stressed the importance of fulfilling bilateral and

nitiative proves worth as welcome public good: China Da

Convening nearly 40 foreign leaders and representatives from more than 150 countries, th e Second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation, which opens in Beijing on Thursday, testifi es to a growing aspiration for collaboration amid rising unilateralism and protectionism. The conspicuous increase in the size of foreign participation com pared with the inaugural … Read morenitiative proves worth as welcome public good: China Da

The most recent incident was Saturday in Jinjiang, Fujian

when the late Qing Dynasty residence of Wu Lu, the province’s last zhuangyuan (top scorer on imperial examinations), was damaged. Fire this year also destroyed a bridge dating from four centuries ago in Nanping, Fuji an, a Qing Dynasty residence in Wenzhou, Zhejiang, and an office structure from the 1930s in Fuzhou, Jiangxi. The operators … Read moreThe most recent incident was Saturday in Jinjiang, Fujian

He made furniture like a bed, a door, a window and a

bamboo lamp by hand. He even learned how to sew and make curtains out of cloth. Fina lly, he painted the interior wall white and another cartoon character — Monkey D. Luffy from One Piece — outside. On March 10, the cement pipe room was done. The pipe is 2.6 meters in dia meter and … Read moreHe made furniture like a bed, a door, a window and a

Such a hegemonic mentality actually poses a threat to the

 world’s peaceful exploration of space and the peaceful exploitation of it for the benefit of all people on Earth. It is with this mentality that the report catalogs and details supposed threats Russia and China may pose to the US in space. For the US, there is no justice and fairness when it comes to … Read moreSuch a hegemonic mentality actually poses a threat to the

More than 12 mln entry, exit trips made during Spring Fes

Border inspection agencies across China have seen more th an 12.5 million entry and exit trips made during the week-long Spring Festival holiday that started Mo nday, an increase of nearly 11 percent than that of last year, the National Immigration Administration (NIA) said Sunday. Inbound trips exceeded 6.22 million, rising by about 9.5 percent … Read moreMore than 12 mln entry, exit trips made during Spring Fes

China, US to hold high-level economic, trade consultati

  US President Donald Trump (R) listens to Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He (L) during a eeting to discuss trade issues in the Oval Office of the White House in in Washington, Jan 31, 2019. Photo/IC   BEIJING – Chinese Vice Premier Liu He will hold a new round of high-level China-US economic   and trade consultation with US … Read moreChina, US to hold high-level economic, trade consultati

Russian woman in Wuhan wishes to see the world by

A Russian woman who lives in Wuhan, central China’s Hubei Province, has said she hopes that there will be more trains linking China and Europe in th future, so that one day sh e will be able to travel around the world by the China-Europe passenger train, Chinanews.com reported on Feb. 1. With the Spring Festival … Read moreRussian woman in Wuhan wishes to see the world by