Fri,Apr 25,2014

China, U.S. should respect each other, says Premier Li

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Thursday urged China and United States to respect each other to promote sound and stable development of China-U.S. relations.

PLA navy holds 1st multinational drill

China and seven foreign countries on Wednesday held a multinational maritime exercise marking the 65th founding anniversary of the People's Liberation Army navy (PLA navy) in East China's port city of Qingdao.

Capital flows, yuan to remain stable

China continued to see cross-border net capital inflows in March, and the two-way ­capital flows and yuan's exchange rate will remain stable in the future, a senior currency regulator said Thursday in Beijing.

Diaoyu Islands vow 'may backfire'

US President Barack Obama's promise of military cover for Japan's claim on the Diaoyu Islands faces the potential of backfiring, observers said.

Obama’s four-nation Asia trip: a peacemaker or a troublemaker?

Obama has started his four-nation Asia trip. This will offer an opportunity to put America's status as a 'responsible country' to the test. Will Obama be a peacemaker, or a troublemaker?

Young Han Chinese turn to Tibetan Buddhism

A poll of 4,500 Chinese aged above 16 found that 31.4 percent described themselves as religious, which suggests 300 million people nationwide could be religious, three times higher than the official figure.








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