Chinese president back home from U.S. visit, UN summits

Chinese president back home from U.S. visit, UN summits

Chinese President Xi Jinping returned to Beijing Tuesday after his state visit to the United Statesand attendance at a series of UN summits. Xi paid the state visit to the United States from Sept. 22 to 25 at the invitation of U.S. President Barack Obama. He visited the UN headquarters in New York to attend a series of summits to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the establishment of the world body from Sept. 26 to…

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Chinese President Hails Youth’s Role in Promoting China-U.S. Ties

Chinese President Hails Youth’s Role in Promoting China-U.S. Ties

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday stressed the youth’s role in boosting relations between China and the United States during a visit to a high school in the U.S. port city of Tacoma. Addressing an audience of several hundred in the Lincoln High School’s auditorium, Xi said education has a bearing on the future of a country and a nation, expressing his hope that students of the two countries would work together to build a…

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Xi’s U.S. Tour Ushers in New Era of Win-win Cooperation

Xi’s U.S. Tour Ushers in New Era of Win-win Cooperation

If sound trade ties between China and the United States could be called the cornerstone of Sino-U.S. ties, sound cooperation between the two countries could also be said to bear the same significance for the world’s economy. Deepening Sino-U.S. trade cooperation will be of great significance for the development of China and the United States as well as world prosperity, just as Chinese President Xi Jinping told Chinese and U.S. entrepreneurs in Seattle in the…

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Xi, Obama have three-hour-long talk on ties in Blair House

Xi, Obama have three-hour-long talk on ties in Blair House

Chinese President Xi Jinping and his U.S. counterpart, Barack Obama, exchanged views on governance, bilateral ties and other issues of common concern in a three-hour-long talk in the Blair House Thursday night. Recalling their previous meetings in California of the United States and in Beijing, Xi said such in-depth communications help chart the course for and inject vigor into the development of China-U.S. relations. Besides, Xi said that reform and opening up are basic state…

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Chinese president visits Microsoft headquarters

Chinese president visits Microsoft headquarters

Chinese President Xi Jinping (2nd L) presents a sapling of metasequoia to mark the establishment of the Global Innovation Exchange, a partnership jointly established by the University of Washington and Tsinghua University, during his visit to the Microsoft headquarters in Redmond of Washington State, the United States, Sept. 23, 2015. Chinese President Xi Jinping (C, front) and his wife Peng Liyuan (L, front) listen to the demonstration of Microsoft’s data visualization technology during their visit…

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Xi calls on China, U.S. to enhance local-level cooperation

Xi calls on China, U.S. to enhance local-level cooperation

Chinese President Xi Jinping pledged Tuesday to boost local-level cooperation between his country and the United States to facilitate the development of bilateral ties. Addressing the third China-U.S. Governors’ Forum held in this east Pacific coast city, Xi said China-U.S. cooperation at local level enjoys vaster space for development under the current circumstances. Cooperation at local level plays a significant role in the development of country-to-county relations, Xi said at the forum gathering 11 Chinese…

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Xi urges better public security management

Xi urges better public security management

Chinese President Xi Jinping has urged administrative and law enforcement organs to better control and resolve public security risks. “Currently, public security incidents are likely to occur and may happen frequently, and the task of ensuring public security is onerous,” Xi said in a written instruction publicized Wednesday to coincide with a meeting on social security management. Xi called for precise, lawful and coordinated efforts to prevent, resolve and control various risks. He urged political,…

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Chinese president reassures U.S. business leaders on economy

Chinese president reassures U.S. business leaders on economy

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday reassured U.S. business leaders on the positive prospect of the Chinese economy and called for boosting Sino-American win-win cooperation in trade. “The trend of China’s economy toward growth and expansion has not changed,” Xi said at a China-U.S. CEO roundtable in Seattle on the second day of his weeklong visit to the United States. “China’s economic fundamentals remain solid and will continue to maintain a long-term steady growth at…

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Xi: Chinese dream fundamentally about “making life better for Chinese people”

Xi: Chinese dream fundamentally about “making life better for Chinese people”

Chinese President Xi Jinping dismissed that the Chinese dream is an illusion or empty slogan and said that it is fundamentally about making life better for the Chinese people. In a written interview with Wall Street Journal, Xi said that the Chinese dream is deeply rooted in the hearts of the Chinese people. Looking back at the Chinese history since 1840, Xi said that despite the social turbulence, foreign aggression and the sufferings of war,…

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U.S. trade representative expects Xi’s visit to push forward investment treaty talks

U.S. trade representative expects Xi’s visit to push forward investment treaty talks

U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman said Tuesday that he hopes Chinese PresidentXi Jinping‘s state visit to the United States this week could help push forward negotiations on a bilateral investment treaty (BIT). “President Xi’s visit is an important opportunity to send very positive signals about China’s commitment (to economic reforms), including its position on the BIT negotiations,” Froman said at an event at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, a Washington D.C.-based think tank….

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Xi offers ways to build new model of major-country relationship with U.S.

Xi offers ways to build new model of major-country relationship with U.S.

Visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday called for the world’s two largest economies to read each other’s strategic intentions correctly and manage their differences properly and effectively. As part of his suggestions on building a new model of major-country relationship between China and the United States, Xi also proposed that the two countries unswervingly boost win-win cooperation and extensively foster friendship between the two peoples. “We want to see more understanding and trust, less…

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Chinese president arrives in Seattle for first U.S. state visit

Chinese president arrives in Seattle for first U.S. state visit

Chinese President Xi Jinping arrived in this east Pacific coast city on Tuesday morning for his first state visit to the United States. In genial early-fall sunshine, the plane carrying the Chinese delegation touched down and taxied to a stop at Paine Field under the earnest gaze of a jubilant welcoming crowd. With a beaming smile, Xi and First Lady Peng Liyuan stepped out of the hatch and waved to spontaneous applause before they walked…

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Chinese president woos big business as US visit begins

Chinese president woos big business as US visit begins

Chinese President Xi Jinping began his first state visit to the United States on Tuesday in the West Coast hub of Seattle, aiming to woo American businesses and take the edge off a leery White House view of the Asian giant. Xi will set the tone of his visit in meetings and a keynote speech to leaders of states such as Washington that do substantial business with China, as well as the heads of top…

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China’s President Xi Set to Visit US

China’s President Xi Set to Visit US

Cybersecurity will be one of the many issues on the table this week when Chinese President Xi Jinpingmeets with President Barack Obama. The state visitwill take place in Washington. Tensions have increased over Internet hacking,territory disputes and China’s weakened economy. U.S. national security adviser Susan Rice gave a sharp warning to theChinese during a speech Monday.  She says state-sponsored cyberespionage, or spying, must stop. Speaking at George Washington Universityin Washington D.C., Ms. Rice calls cyber…

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Recognizing the importance of Xi Jinping’s US visit

Recognizing the importance of Xi Jinping’s US visit

Chinese President Xi Jinping will pay a 4-day State visit to the United States starting on Sept. 22 and travel to the United Nations headquarters in New York to attend summits marking the 70th anniversary of the founding of UN from September 26 to 28. The visit is crucial for China-U.S. relations with some media and scholars comparing it to the late Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping’s US visit in 1979. Deng’s visit had occurred after…

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