China's actions of putting its proposals into practice are conducive to world peace and development, and especially enable other developing countries to share the benefits of China's reform and opening up.
Ever since China resumed sovereignty over Hong Kong 20 years ago, the mainland has stood fully behind the city and underpinned its prosperity.
The China-proposed Belt and Road (B&R) Initiative is adding a vigorous economic dimension to the development of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) as the two international cooperation mechanisms overlap in an area critical to both -- the vast Eurasian inland.
In proud cheers, Kenyans witnessed the birth of a millennium railway project that will transform their lives. And once again, China has proved itself a true and capable friend behind Africa's growth story.
The just-concluded BRF has again demonstrated China's commitment to building an open economy, ensuring free and inclusive trade worldwide and sharing the benefits with other countries.
China's growth will continue to be a key driver for a firming recovery of the world economy, the chief economist of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said on July 24.
There are good reasons to believe that with China becoming an important player on the world stage, its leaders will promote such Chinese values with greater confidence and in a stronger voice.
Chinese engagement has injected positive momentum to the development of Ethiopia in particular and Africa in general
Global credit rating agency Fitch Ratings has recently assigned the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) its highest possible rating-AAA with a stable outlook.
Li Daokui, an economist with Tsinghua University, forecasted that Chinese economy will pick up speed in 2018 and this will bolster rapid expansion of bilateral cooperation and investment between Chin...