A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson said on Thursday that the U.S.-Japan defense treaty should not jeopardize regional peace and stability.
The Chinese mainland's policy toward Taiwan remains consistent after the presidential election in the United States, a mainland spokesperson said on Wednesday.
China will continue working with Pakistan to forge the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) into a demonstration program for quality BRI cooperation that brings more benefits to people in China, Pakistan and the whole region, said Wang Wenbin, spokesperson for China's Foreign Ministry.
China's new "dual-circulation" development pattern marks a major move for development for the coming years and is expected to be enshrined into the framework of the upcoming 14th Five-Year Plan (2021-25), said economists and experts.
Data from the Donald Trump administration has shown that U.S. trade policies toward China have done badly, a U.S. expert on China said Thursday.
The decoupling is impractical to implement, given the close connection between the two economies. Bilateral trade volume has increased by over 250 times since the early days of diplomatic ties.
Of late, there have been heated debates on the use of unified textbooks in some schools in ethnic minority autonomous regions or autonomous counties, which some foreign media outlets have used as a pretext to make irresponsible remarks on China's education system.
The United Nations (UN) must stand firm for justice, uphold the rule of law, promote cooperation and focus on real action in the post-COVID era, Chinese President Xi Jinping said Monday.
On the evening of Feb 28, Leishenshan Hospital, a temporary hospital that started operating on Feb 8 to treat patients infected with COVID-19 in Wuhan, Hubei province, witnessed a special wedding ceremony. Nurses Yu Jinghai and Zhou Lingyi from Renji Hospital affiliated to the Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine got married in the company of colleagues from all around China who went to support Wuhan. The nuptials lasted no more than a dozen minutes, and the couple returned to work almost immediately after the ceremony.
Chinese President Xi Jinping will hold a virtual meeting with German and European Union (EU) leaders on Monday, a timely and critical gathering to steer the China-EU partnership toward a more stable and mature future in a world where uncertainties abound.
The COVID-19 pandemic has sped up the digital revolution in which China is "leading the way," a bank head said in a recent opinion piece in the South China Morning Post.
World services trade is set to boom with digitization and e-commerce, and China's flagship fair kicking off Thursday will provide a platform for more international cooperation in this field, a World Trade Organization (WTO) official said.
Chinese students are returning to schools nationwide for the autumn semester, the latest development that manifests China's successful endeavor in containing the COVID-19 outbreak. As everyday social life in the country regains vitality at an accelerated pace, it heralds great hope for a world still marred with uncertainties.
A full decoupling from China is economically and, for some countries, politically unfeasible, a recent report by London-based think tank International Institute for Strategic Studies has said.
China has a key window of opportunity to advance its pursuit of renminbi internationalization as global investors are seeking stability amid volatility in markets caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
While trade exchanges and cooperation among countries were hard hit by COVID-19, China, one of the countries taking the lead in the economic recovery, is set to open the first large-scale offline international trade fair in the country since the outbreak of the pandemic, reaffirming its commitment to wider opening up and offering a glance at global trade in the post-pandemic era.
The relationship between China and the United States has arrived at a highly critical juncture after over four decades of generally stable development.
The forced sale of the U.S. arm of video app TikTok could have negative implications on foreign investment in the United States, and President Donald Trump's demand for a government cut of a potential deal could set a dangerous precedent, experts have said.
TikTok's roller-coaster ride in the United States continued on Monday as President Donald Trump said he would approve the video-sharing app's sale to Microsoft only if the US government gets a cut, a condition that one expert called a "mafia" deal.
China is expected to record a positive gross domestic product (GDP) growth this year by overcoming the COVID-19 pandemic at a fastest pace, a South Korean economic expert said.
The raging COVID-19 epidemic situation in Hong Kong has always been cared about by the central government.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's anti-China speech last week was a "psychotic rant" and ran contrary to historical facts, said a former U.S. senior diplomat.
The United States has never been a good example of upholding international law, with its demand for closing the Chinese Consulate General in Houston as another proof, Singaporean scholar Zheng Yongnian told Xinhua in a recent interview.
Hong Kong’s future depends entirely on Hong Kong people.
The United States' signing the Hong Kong sanctions bill into law is seen as "an interference in China's internal affairs on the pretext of democracy, human rights and autonomy," an Indian scholar has said.