India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi called Saturday for a "new era" in relations with China as he held talks with President Xi Jinping, aiming to overcome troublesome differences between the world's two most populous nations.
Chinese Communist Party leader and President Xi Jinping on Monday renewed his government's commitment to allowing Hong Kong to manage its own affairs amid continuing anti-government protests in the semi-autonomous Chinese territory.
Chinese President Xi Jinping urged US President Donald Trump to "show flexibility" toward North Korea, including the "timely" easing of sanctions, at the G20 summit last week, China's foreign minister said Tuesday.
The US and China agreed on Saturday to restart trade talks and that Washington would hold off on imposing new tariffs on Chinese exports, signaling a pause in the trade hostilities between the world’s two largest economies.
North Korea lauded its ties with historic ally China on Friday as Xi Jinping wrapped up a two-day visit to his neighbor, with both countries facing deadlock in their negotiations with US President Donald Trump.
Chinese President Xi Jinping urged dozens of world leaders on Saturday to reject protectionism and invited more countries to participate in his global infrastructure project after seeking to ease concerns surrounding the program.
Chinese President Xi Jinping sought Friday to bat away concerns about his ambitious Belt and Road Initiative, saying his global infrastructure project will have ‘zero tolerance’ for corruption while vowing to prevent debt risks.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un met with Chinese President Xi Jinping in a northern Chinese port city and pledged his continuing commitment to denuclearization ahead of his expected summit with US President Donald Trump, state media said Tuesday.
China's Xi Jinping on Sunday secured a path to rule indefinitely as parliament abolished presidential term limits, handing him almost total authority to pursue a vision of transforming the nation into an economic and military superpower.
The leaders of the US and China laid out sharply divergent visions for the future of global trade on Friday, with Donald Trump doubling down on his "America First" rhetoric, leaving counterpart Xi Jinping to defend the "irreversible" tide of globalization.