The Vice Minister of the Communist Party of China’s Int’l Department in the Kingdom.
Vietnam’s president appears in public after a month-long absence for health reasons.
The history of the last several decades suggests that we have very limited capacity to encourage positive change in China, certainly not by offering yet more rewards and inducements. We need to deal with China as it is, not how we might wish it to be.
The recent statement by China’s Wang Huning, a member of the Political Bureau of the Chinese Communist Party, that China would find ways to help Cambodia to mitigate the risks deriving from the removal of Everything-but-Arms (EBA), was certainly a welcome piece of news.
Kassym-Jomart Tokayev assumes the post of Kazakhstan’s president.
China’s ruling Communist Party warns party members to stick to Marx and Lenin.
General-Secretary of the Communist Party and President of Vietnam, Nguyen Phu Trong, started a two-day state visit to Cambodia yesterday with the aim to further enhance the traditional friendship and strategic partnership between two nations.
Cuba is willing to coexist in peace with the US despite their political differences.
Cuba approves a revised draft that retains the one-party socialist system.
A high-ranking Chinese official has vowed to boost ties with Cambodia to a new high, noting that the Kingdom has steady economic development during a meeting with Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday.
Vietnam’s National Assembly elects Nguyen Phu Trong as the country’s new president.
The King decorates Song Tao with the Grand Cross of the Royal Order of Cambodia.
When Shen Mengyu graduated with a master’s degree from a top Chinese university in 2015, she could have landed a comfortable job in government or at one of China’s internet giants.
China rejects UN allegations that a million Uighurs may be held in internment camps.
Chinese officials have been mostly measured and moderate in their response to Trump.
A Philippine court has removed four people from terrorists list.
Jinping has ordered a thorough investigation into an illegal vaccine production case.
With Xi Jinping holding the top positions in the ruling party and the country’s leadership, the world’s most populous country has a resolute helmsman to guide its journey of rejuvenation.
China’s parliament unanimously handed President Xi Jinping a 2nd term.
Debate about China continues to be mired in and beholden to Australian domestic politics with balanced reporting in the media sacrificed in favor of populist sentiments, writes Wanning Sun.
Xi Jinping is unanimously re-elected to a five-year term as Chinese president by the 13th National People’s Congress.
Indonesia is battling a wave of hate speech ahead of presidential elections in 2019.
Hong Kong’s pro-democracy camp fails to regain some veto power in the city’s legislature.
Economists are lauding the stability of Xi Jinping continued rule.
Superstitious Chinese investors rushed to buy stock with “emperor” in their names.
Top executives at Apple and Facebook manages to find something to praise Beijing for at an internet conference in China this week.
Every time China’s ruling Communist Party convenes a major gathering the list of delegates is hand-crafted in part to burnish the party’s image as “representative of the masses”.
China unveils a leadership line-up without a clear successor to Xi Jinping.
Xi Jinping is elevated to the pantheon of China’s most powerful leaders as his name is enshrined in the Communist Party constitution.
During the past 68 years since the founding of the People’s Republic of China, China has made tremendous achievements in development, and has become the second largest economy in the world.