When it comes to core interests, frictions happen between Beijing and Washington, but it is very extreme to refuse to accept the principle of "mutual respect."
As long as Pyongyang sticks to its nuclear program, international sanctions won't be lifted and the country will not become a normal member of international society.
Chinese President Xi Jinping met with US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Sunday.
The White House on Wednesday released its budget blueprint for the fiscal year 2018, which significantly increases defense budget by $54 billion, or 10 percent, from the previous year, while proposing to cut the funding for non-military departments.
Washington and Seoul are trying to shift all the burden of solving the North Korean nuclear issue onto China and include China into their strategy toward Pyongyang.
A sound economy serves as a solid foundation for China's long-term stability.
Expanding common interests is the only lifeblood of maintaining major power relations.
The South Korea-US Combined Forces Command kicked off their annual joint Key Resolve military exercise on Monday.
Chile will hold a high-level meeting this week about trans-Pacific economic cooperation and China has expressed that it is actively considering attending this gathering.
The South Korean Constitutional Court on Friday upheld the parliament's decision to impeach Park Geun-hye, making her the first democratically elected president in the country to be deposed. Park may also face criminal charges.
In fact, Wang's solution is the only way out to resolve the North Korean nuclear issue apart from the use of force.
The zero-sum world is coming to an end and emerging countries have come to the center of the international stage. China has gained ample room for maneuvering to implement its national strategy.
The THAAD installation has offered China a crucial reason to increase and improve its tactical nuclear weapons. It would be worth it if Beijing can comprehensively elevate its strategic nuclear power because of THAAD.
By firing four missiles at once this time, the military confrontation between Pyongyang, Seoul and Washington escalates a notch.
China's GDP growth target for 2017 will be around 6.5 percent, or higher if possible in practice.
The National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference convened Friday, kicking off this year's two sessions, a major political event in China and an annual occasion to pool information and ideas of the entire society.
For Chinese society, whether sanctioning South Korea can be carried out effectively and in an orderly way while avoiding illegal attacks and personal humiliation on any Korean enterprises and people in China is a test for us.
South Korea must pay a heavy price for its erroneous decision to stand with and act as an accomplice to the US in suppressing China's strategic nuclear deterrence capability. The US will see China further expand and update its strategic power, while the cost to South Korea will be the huge Chinese market.