Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping arrived in Washington Monday afternoon, kicking off his official visit to the United States.
China's foreign exchange market saw its transaction volume hit $14.2 trillion in 2011, up four times from 2006, the country's forex regulator said Monday.
Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping answered written questions from The Washington Post on Sunday in Beijing, prior to his visit to the United States. The following is a transcript of Xi's answers.
On the eve of Sino-EU leaders summit scheduled on Tuesday, President of the European Council Herman Van Rompuy accepted written interview from Fu Jing, chief correspondent of China Daily in Brussels.
China will take Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper's recent visit as an opportunity to boost bilateral relations to a new level, a Foreign Ministry spokesman said Monday.
China urges and supports the Arab League (AL) to continue its mediation efforts and play a positive and constructive role in peacefully and properly resolving the Syrian issue, a Foreign Ministry spokesman said Monday.
Visiting Chinese Assistant Foreign Minister Ma Zhaoxu has urged Iran to enhance cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
Insiders say the new US visa application policy for Chinese, which took effect Monday, will benefit the tourism industries of both countries. Xi leaves for visits to US, Ireland, Turkey
Former US security chief Brent Scowcroft firmly believes that the US policy on China is one of the most successful American foreign policies of the past 40 years.
Chinese companies in Egypt are confident in the economy and investment future in Egypt, saying its political reshuffle might offer a chance.