As the Russia-Ukraine conflict approaches its second anniversary, the need for peace talks and negotiations becomes more urgent, and the international community should make every effort to end this bloody conflict as soon as possible. Especially for the US and the West, who promoted and escalated this tragedy due to their own issues, they must now make greater efforts to bring about its end.
The vast majority of countries in the international community share the common desire for peace over war, justice over hegemony, and cooperation over confrontation. No country is destined to become the fish on the menu. Going against this historical trend is bound to be criticized and opposed by the international community.
China is not a challenge or a threat, but a contributor to making the global cake bigger and a new engine for growth.
The economic growth targets set by various regions fully reflect the pursuit of fostering new productive forces and steadily promoting high-quality development and. The direction is clear: making every effort to create vitality and enhance productivity. Immersing oneself in the tide of China's high-quality economic development, harnessing the practical work spirit of billions of people, the Year of the Dragon holds promise, and the future is optimistic.
Trade openness and liberalization are the cornerstone and starting point of the EU, and they should be more loyal to economic globalization and fair competition. It must be said that some people in Europe are now going too far in adopting protectionist measures against China under the banner of "fair competition" and "economic security."
The joyful and peaceful Chinese Spring Festival and the worried Munich precisely demonstrate the parallel scenes of the current world, both coexisting and evolving on the same planet.
A dragon soars in the sky, but China's development must remain grounded, a truth deeply understood by all Chinese people.
Everyone knows what attitude and performance expected in a normal friendly match. There are no eternal superstars, only an eternal love for football. Anyone who deviates from the original intention of this sport, regardless of their motive, will not achieve good results.
The outcome of the dialogue between the China-US economic working group should pave the way for the overall improvement of the two countries at the macro and micro levels. This is its deeper significance.
The Taiwan question is China's internal affair, and the method by which China achieves reunification is China's own business. Both Japan and the US have serious political commitments to China on the Taiwan question, and keeping their commitments is their only correct choice. The initiative to realize national reunification is always in China's hands.
This “Chinese spy pigeon” incident is not a coincidence and, to some extent, reflects the shift in New Delhi's strategic focus and the deep vigilance some Indians have toward China.
The US undoubtedly possesses significant influence and military presence in the Middle East. However, whether it is the "anticipated" entry into the Middle East dilemma or the "expected" retaliatory actions, it is evident that the US approach in the Middle East is no longer effective.
It is evident that the US authorities have the intention to use anti-China rhetoric and need a strategic imaginary enemy or scapegoat in Washington politics. However, this is feeding a monster with malice and hostility toward China.
Maintaining the cooperation between China and Myanmar, which aligns with the common interests of both sides, will definitely leave no refuge for telecom fraud criminals and ensuring the long-term security and stability of the China-Myanmar border region.
The Article 23 legislation, which complements the Hong Kong national security law, has added another cornerstone to Hong Kong's economic development and social stability. A stable political and economic environment, along with increasingly consolidated rule of law, will serve as the foundation and guarantee for Hong Kong's prosperous development and continuous openness, and will also attract more global investors.
For China, fentanyl itself is not a major issue, but for the US, it threatens the lives of nearly 100,000 people every year. China sympathizes with the pain suffered by the American people due to fentanyl and has shown sufficient sincerity and efforts to help the US resolve the crisis. This action is taken with the overall picture of China-US relationship in mind. Hopefully, in the future, when dealing with China-US relations, the US can also adopt a more empathetic approach, like China, and extend it beyond the fentanyl issue to all aspects of the bilateral relationship.
The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA), has become the latest focus of the Israel-Palestine conflict, with allegations of its staffers' involvement in October's attack on Israel.
It is worth mentioning that in the past, some foreign opinions often compared Chinese passports with those of certain developed countries or regions.
China supports mutually beneficial and win-win development between regional countries and itself. This approach is more appealing than the US' practice of creating "exclusive circles" and playing off one faction against another in the region. It genuinely contributes to achieving peace and stability in the region.
The Chinese and Nauruan economies are highly complementary, with broad common interests and extensive prospects for cooperation. Those who stand on the right side of the history will undoubtedly benefit from it, while those who stand on the wrong side will consistently face significant and unaffordable risks.
Ensuring that counter-terrorism work operates within the framework of the rule of law is a universal consensus in today's international community, and China has consistently implemented this principle. China's practices are an integral part of the international legalization of counter-terrorism efforts. The release of the white paper clearly illustrates this point.
There is a clear criterion to assess whether Lai genuinely seeks peace: whether he accepts the "1992 Consensus." Acceptance of the "1992 Consensus" is a prerequisite, and any explanation for non-acceptance is merely an excuse and a self-exposure of "Taiwan independence."
It is believed that more and more people, including elites in the West, will gradually realize that only by working together and achieving common development through connectivity can we respond to global challenges and maintain world peace and prosperity.
Rajesh Kumar Singh, secretary at the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade, told Reuters in an interview that India could "ease its heightened scrutiny of Chinese investments" if the two countries' border "remains peaceful," which was interpreted as "the first signal" that the four-year curbs could be lifted.
China has no intention of participating in the "space race" imagined by the Americans. China's development of aerospace technology emphasizes three aspects: peaceful utilization, equal mutual benefit, and inclusive development.
We will seek new growth driving factors through tech innovation, transformation and upgrading, continuously increasing investment in areas such as digital economy, artificial intelligence development, and green technology, while continuing to exert the policy effects of stabilizing growth. The resilient Chinese economy will provide the world with certainty and stability.
If Australia truly feels responsible for its surrounding region, this should be reflected in actions that maintain peace and reduce the risk of war. And Australia should demonstrate strategic autonomy through practical actions.
Today, the exchange of pandas continues the tradition of cultural exchange from the past, while also placing more emphasis on international cooperation in giant panda conservation and research. The adorable giant pandas are, to some extent, a message of peace and friendship that China conveys to the world. The more of such messages, the better.
China's active participation and demonstration of an open, cooperative attitude undoubtedly represent a positive signal that all participants hope to see, as it is the greatest certainty and reliable force amid geopolitical and global economic uncertainties.
Whether it is the current Red Sea crisis or the protracted conflict in Gaza, the real solution to the problem has always been clear, which is to immediately implement a cease-fire in Gaza.
In the eyes of some countries, including the US, they only see their own military hegemony and disregard other countries, obstructing and threatening other countries' independent cooperation. It needs to be reminded that most of the Indian Ocean is international waters, not their internal sea.
The US must acknowledge and respect China's major concerns. On issues related to China's core interests, especially the Taiwan question, which is at the very core of China's core interests, the US must exercise caution and not cross red lines. This is a prerequisite for the correct handling of China-US relations. Without this foundation, meaningful discussions become impossible.
In fact, what American chip companies fear the most is not something else but the unpredictable, erratic, and volatile nature of Washington's policies regarding the technology industry in relation to China. This is the greatest source of uncertainty. As long as Washington's efforts to suppress and restrain China persist, the "uncertainty" in the rules will always be present.
A beautiful, peaceful and prosperous Xinjiang is the shared aspiration of the entire Chinese nation and the well-being of the diverse ethnic groups in Xinjiang. Those who smear and demonize Xinjiang are engaging in actions that have similar effect with terrorist activities, aiming to disrupt Xinjiang's safety, stability, and prosperity, which is destined to be futile.
In response to the new round of US arms sales to China's Taiwan region and various sanctions imposed on Chinese companies and individuals under various pretexts, Beijing has introduced countermeasures.
The progress in China-Maldives relations is not achieved through any magic by China, but by consistently adhering to mutual respect and support, setting an example of equal treatment and mutually beneficial cooperation between large and small nations.
Emanuel's various "showing off" behaviors in Japan have exposed the arrogant and conceited attitude of some American politicians toward other countries. His negative remarks and actions toward China, on the surface, seem to be "favoring Japan," but in reality, they are acts that go beyond his authority.
China has done its utmost in the South China Sea and has always cordially advised the Philippines. However, the message conveyed by the routine patrols needs to be accurately understood by the US and the Philippines. That is, China won't tolerate, and will respond to, any disruptive and infringing behavior in the South China Sea. We do not provoke trouble, but we are not afraid of it.
The Pacific is large enough to accommodate the development of both China and the US; the world itself is even bigger, offering infinite possibilities for the future. Every country, nation, and enterprise has its own space and opportunities.
We understand that it may be challenging for Japan to quickly grasp the full extent of the situation immediately after an earthquake. When it comes to nuclear accidents, Japan has made mistakes in the past, and we hope it will not repeat them. This concerns the personal safety of the Japanese people and is also a universal concern of the international community.
On New Year's Day 2024, the presidents of China and the US exchanged congratulatory messages to mark the 45th anniversary of diplomatic ties between the two countries. The day before, the leaders of China and Russia also exchanged messages of New Year greetings.
2024 is upon us, and its emerging outline is worth looking forward to. Meanwhile, 2023 will soon come to an end, and its ups and downs have filled us with loads of emotions.
China has been able to defend against espionage in the past, and will also have the ability to render CIA infiltration useless in the future.
One of the worst choices for the Philippines is to verbally advocate "solving the issue on its own" while secretly harboring illusions about external forces and continuing provocations in the South China Sea.
On this Christmas Eve that is not so silent, we hope it can lead to more reflection in the West and prompt greater participation from various sides, including Western and US societies, in building a path toward common security. In doing so, the world may expect a more hopeful Christmas Eve next year.
It was reported by India media that the Indian authorities recently arrested three employees of the Indian branch of the Chinese mobile phone manufacturer, vivo, in the name of so-called combating financial crimes.
The recent statements from the US aiming to meet China halfway are positive signals, but more importantly, Washington needs to demonstrate more substantial and concrete actions.
Offering explanations to China for threats like those from Graham, expressing apologies for harming the collective sentiments of the Chinese people, and ensuring commitments are fulfilled is what the US should do.
The DPP spares no effort in provoking cross-Straits confrontation, inciting "anti-mainland" and "fear-mainland" sentiments, and dividing internal ethnic groups in Taiwan. Why are they so afraid of grassroots exchanges between the two sides of the Straits? The answer to this question holds many important insights.
To avoid further escalation of the spillover effects of the Palestine-Israel conflict, the key is to return to the fundamental position of peacefully resolving the issue. Specifically, to defuse the "alert" in the Red Sea, there is probably no better choice than genuinely promoting a Palestine-Israel ceasefire.
Regardless of Japan's claims, its actions have objectively undermined the cooperation and development of ASEAN. It is believed that wise individuals within ASEAN can see through this and will remain sufficiently vigilant.
The UK's Carrier Strike Group will visit Japan in 2025, as announced by Defence Secretary Grant Shapps recently. This visit is a part of the "Hiroshima Accord" agreed upon by the leaders of the UK and Japan in May of this year. Normally, fleet visits are a normal aspect of military exchanges between countries, but Shapps claimed that the deployment of the Carrier Strike Group “sends a strong deterrence message," which has added a significant geopolitical competition element to this potential visit. He even said, with a somewhat threatening tone, "The strength and global reach of the UK's Armed Forces should never be underestimated."
What Romualdez stated can be said as a precise alignment with the US statements and moves these days
As long as the illegal surveillance and monitoring by the US on the whole world exist, it will inevitably make the world more vigilant toward the US, and the US itself will also suffer backlash, ultimately finding it difficult to extricate itself from the situation. This point is becoming increasingly evident from the current perspective.
In recent years, some foreign companies in China have become increasingly concerned, and the US and Western public opinion always points the finger at China. Today's facts prove that the source of concern for foreign companies in China, including American companies, lies within the offices of certain individuals on Capitol Hill.
It is evident that China's determination and strong belief in development have been consistent and continuous, providing the greatest confidence for the country's economic progress. The belief and confidence conveyed in this conference will undoubtedly bring new inspiration to all sectors of Chinese society.
China and Vietnam are good neighbors and friends, connected by mountains and rivers. They are also good comrades and partners, sharing the same aspirations and destiny. They form a strategically significant community with a shared destiny.
A garlic bulb traveled across the ocean from China to the US, little did it know that along with being served on the dinner table, it would also be caught up in the narrative of the so-called "China threat" by American politicians.
In the Chagos Islands issue, both the UK and the US have trampled on human rights, international norms, morality, and international law, subjects that they always talk about.
The actual state of China-EU relations is better than that portrayed by Western public opinion, which is a common phenomenon. It shows that the negative aspects of China-EU relations or the disagreements between the two sides have been amplified by the media, while the positive aspects and consensus have been ignored or underestimated.
Volkswagen is a legitimate multinational enterprise, operating without any wrongdoing. Bowing to the pressure from the politicized dark forces in both public opinion and business realms, with Washington leading from behind, is a lamentable situation.
There is no fundamental conflict between China and Europe; cooperation overwhelmingly defines their relationship. If this is not a partnership, then what is?
Faced with disturbances from the US and the Philippines, China only needs to resolutely safeguard its national sovereignty and territorial integrity.
A country with the world's most powerful force is living in such a severe state of anxiety, immersed in paranoid delusions, and unable to come out. How can this make other countries in the world feel at ease?
When the US once again let the world down at the critical moment, other countries stepped up.
Kissinger's historic contribution to the normalization of China-US relations has been continuously demonstrated and confirmed by the astonishing achievements in the development of China-US relations.
China, India, Nigeria, South Africa, Greece, and many other countries share a unified stance and mutually support each other morally. Avoidance is not a solution to this issue, as the British government cannot indefinitely evade its responsibility to return these artifacts. While it may "silence" Greece by cancelling a planned meeting, but can it silence the global public opinion?
China is not only a participant and beneficiary of global industrial and supply chain cooperation, but also a firm defender and builder. This point will become increasingly evident in the future, and China's significance in the global industrial and supply chains will also continue to grow.
In the process of overcoming Argentina's difficulties, the logic and interests of the Milei team and the Argentine people in developing relations with countries like China and Brazil are aligned.
Western public opinion often discusses Myanmar's domestic affairs with excitement and impulsiveness, carrying the notion of "color revolution," without showing any constructive attitude.
According to South Korea's Foreign Ministry on November 24, the 10th China-Japan-ROK trilateral foreign ministers' meeting will be held on Sunday in Busan, South Korea.
We hope that the US side can act in accordance with the trend and contribute more positive energy to the stable and healthy development of China-US relations.
To push for an overall improvement in China-Japan relations, the key lies in the Japanese side to show more goodwill toward China and take more practical actions, so that to gain the respect and trust of Chinese society. Although this is difficult, it is a historic opportunity for the Komeito Party, just like what Ikeda did during his lifetime.
The serious marginalization of the Palestinian issue in recent years is one of the root causes of this round of Palestinian-Israeli conflict, and the BRICS countries' special approach to highlighting their concern for the Palestinian issue will help to promote the international community's prioritization of this issue on the international agenda and to create the conditions for a comprehensive and just settlement. We hope that the Western countries and the BRICS countries will work together to cool down the Palestinian-Israeli situation and make concrete efforts for peace and development.
Canada should offer a sincere apology to China, which it has wronged, as well as extend a sincere apology to Canadian public and the international community that it has deceived.
This year's Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Economic Leaders' Informal Dialogue, hosted by the US, has received a relatively unanimous positive assessment from APEC economies and the broader international community.
Japan should take more concrete actions and meet China halfway. This is not only in the long-term interests of both China and Japan, but also crucial for Japan's national reputation.
The San Francisco meeting marks a new starting point for China-US relations in a new historical period. It has had a good beginning, and China and the US have begun to promote dialogue and cooperation in various fields such as diplomacy, economy and trade, culture, education, science and technology, agriculture, military, law enforcement, and artificial intelligence. We should make the cooperation list longer and the pie of cooperation bigger.
We look forward to the US side meeting the Chinese side halfway, and hope that as the host country of the APEC meetings, the US could cherish and make good use of this opportunity to promote China-US relations to return to a healthy and stable development track, and make the necessary contributions as a major country to the peace, stability, and prosperity of the Asia-Pacific region.
This meeting in San Francisco will provide a valuable opportunity to promote the return of China-US relations to the right track. We hope the US side to demonstrate enough political courage and wisdom, meet the Chinese side halfway, and promote the construction of a correct way for China and the US to get along with each other, injecting stability and certainty into the turbulent world.
It is no longer a question of whether the escalating humanitarian disaster in the Gaza Strip should be stopped, but rather how to prevent the tragedy. It is obvious that as long as the artillery continues, the suffering there will only worsen, and it should not be so difficult for the international community to reach a basic consensus on this matter. In the face of a humanitarian disaster, the choice between pursuing one's own political self-interest or upholding morality and conscience not only tests the conflicting parties but also tests the US-led Western countries, which claim to prioritize human rights.
Whether the US will inject new content into Asia-Pacific regional cooperation or continue to exert centrifugal force on the future of APEC through its geopolitical calculations remains to be seen by the world.
As long as Washington remains committed to "choking" China, the game of "Catch me if you can" will continue indefinitely.
Gaza doesn't need a "fake ceasefire"; it needs a "true ceasefire." Only when all conflicting parties immediately cease all hostile activities can genuine peace talks and humanitarian relief efforts unfold. Without a comprehensive ceasefire, any amount of humanitarian aid is like a drop in the ocean.
The US must demonstrate greater sincerity, provide a convincing explanation for its failure to implement the consensus reached by the two heads of state, and clarify its attitude toward the core interests that China has repeatedly emphasized, so as to create a better atmosphere and conditions for future possible meetings between the two heads of state.
The future will see China's door of openness only widen further, integrating into the global wave of cooperation. This kind of harmonious collaboration is the true theme of the times. The background noise of those who speak negatively about China, much like the buzzing of mosquitoes, is simply annoying and ultimately inconsequential.
Those in the American media who only focus on geopolitics and the anti-China politicians who cannot tolerate giant pandas have a much narrower perspective and a less open heart compared to the average American citizens.
The lively scenes at the CIIE are a vivid reality of the world sharing the dividends of China's development. China has always been an important opportunity for global development, which is not only China's intention and policy declaration, but also demonstrated through practical actions.
We anticipate that Albanese's visit will serve as a new starting point, allowing China-Australia relations to set sail once again and extend the warming trend in the "U" shape of the bilateral relationship further to form a longer, uppercase "J" shape.
What Southeast Asian countries need and expect has always been clear. Any actions that provoke regional tensions under the guise of "security" are unwelcome, and Japan, which desires to become a "normal country," will only become more abnormal due to these moves.
China-Myanmar pauk-phaw friendship runs deep. Neighbors wish each other well, just as loved ones do to each other. China hopes for Myanmar's swift stability the most and will always maintain the attitude of cooperating and seeking development together with Myanmar.
If China, the US and the EU can reach some consensus on global AI governance, it would be of great significance. One key aspect, as mentioned in China's "Global AI Governance Initiative," is to oppose drawing ideological lines or forming exclusive groups to obstruct other countries from developing AI, as well as to oppose creating barriers and disrupting the global AI supply chain through technological monopolies and unilateral coercive measures. Whether this healthy and constructive mindset can be maintained not only affects the specific outcomes of this summit, but also the safe development of AI.
China is being candid and forthright about its true stance on the Taiwan question, which clearly indicates that there is no room for “negotiation” on matters of sovereignty.
We hope that the US side can find the signposts for "the path to San Francisco" and make practical efforts to establish a new starting point for the next stage of meaningful engagements and stable relations between China and the US.
The latest video released by the US military on October 26 of a Chinese fighter jet and a US bomber flying over the South China Sea "in danger of collision" has revealed the truth behind the US speculation over the so-called perilous intercept.
While the US constantly talks about external threats and seeks out imaginary enemies, every innocent life lost to a shooting serves as a warning, reminding the country of its true threats. The disregard for this warning is a great disservice to those innocent lives.
The fact will prove that the proper solution to the Israeli-Palestinian issue lies in promptly reconvening an international peace conference within the framework of the UN, based on the "two-state solution," in order to break the cycle of violence.
China is not part of any "axis of evil," and this is beyond doubt and not worth refuting. Those who use this term should examine their own hearts and clear away any truly evil thoughts residing within. If some politicians in Washington say such things, they can be dismissed as madmen. However, if there are many who say it, then Washington should engage in collective introspection and reflection. This matter is not to be taken lightly.
Regardless of the decisions reached at the US-Australia talks, Albanese should not forget that his visit to China will determine the future tendency of China-Australia relations.
The sovereignty over Ren'ai Reef is not disputed, and it is the Philippines that has artificially created the so-called "dispute" using provocative tactics. The military vessel "grounded" at Ren'ai Reef is already in a dilapidated state; it should have been put to an end long time ago. China will never allow the Philippines to use this derelict warship as a basis for reinforcing and building in order to achieve its goal of occupying the Ren'ai Reef.