The Israeli and Chinese flags fly beside the portrait of Mao Zedong at Tiananmen Gate in Beijing on May 8, 2013. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is on a five day visit to China and will meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping and other top officials.
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David Gosset: The China Dream and the Liyuan Style
After becoming China's President in March 2013, Xi Jinping visited Russia and three African countries, his second foreign trip will take him to Trinidad and Tobago, Costa Rica, Mexico and the U.S. When Kamla Persad-Bissessar, the first female prime minis from The Huffington Post Read more »
Why is India's Dr Kotnis so popular in China?
21 May 2013 Last updated at 11:07 ET Dr Dwarkanath Kotnis is revered in China Every time a Chinese leader visits India, he usually meets the family of an Indian doctor who died while treating wounded Chinese soldiers in the conflict with Japan in the 194 from BBC News Read more »
Li Keqiang: ascent of a regional partner?
China's newly elected Premier Li Keqiang is in an instrumental position to boost China's relationship with India and shape the destiny of South Asia. At this stage, Sino-Indian diplomacy is prudently geared to place border disputes on the back burner to from IBN Live Read more »
Capturing the contrast between the old and the new in China
From enduring to disposable: China is known both for its rich history and culture and its economic rising, fuelled partly by producing consumer products known for being cheap and throwaway. I spent five weeks in China this spring on a project to retrace from Globe and Mail Read more »
The China dream Xi’s challenge is to reduce China to one big bed and assures middle-class Chinese that the nation can remain rich and strong
PRESIDENT Xi Jinping, general-secretary of the ruling Communist Party as well as chairman of the Military Commission, talked of the “China dream” to unite an increasingly diverse nation of 1.35 billion people. What’s Xi’s vision which incidentally sounds from The Star Malaysia Read more »