The more valuable significance of observing the "Super Golden Week" lies in the fact that it demonstrates that China, in every aspect, is far from reaching the peak of its modernization process.
As the white paper says, "This is an integrated world. Those who turn their back on it will have no place in it." In such a world, the true power that transcends time is contained in the silent and subtle ideas, just like the practical greatness demonstrated by the concept of global community of shared future.
It is important to remind the Philippines that engaging in such staged acts is not beneficial for resolving the South China Sea issue. Instead, it complicates the problem, increases risks, and damages the peaceful environment in the South China Sea as well as the mutually beneficial cooperation between China and the Philippines.
For both China and Europe, this year's Dialogue is different from the previous nine ones.
No one will doubt the level of organization and the splendor of the Hangzhou Asian Games.
Huawei and ZTE's equipment components have proven their security, which is more convincing. The stability, reliability, and advancement of Huawei and ZTE's equipment in terms of technology, as well as their high cost-effectiveness, are undeniable facts. It is irrational to limit or ban Huawei and ZTE, even at the cost of self-harm.
One of the most urgent tasks facing China, Japan, and South Korea is to maintain regional stability, ensuring they do not continue down the dangerous path of security dilemmas. Then, they need to firmly steer in the right direction, staying on the road of mutual benefit, cooperation and shared development.
Some people in the West attempt to exclude China from the "Global South," but they cannot deny our close ties and cooperation with developing countries, nor can they deny the contributions China has made to the development of "the South" countries and South-South cooperation. In fact, China has made significant contributions to South-South cooperation in the past and present, and will continue to make efforts in the future.
Chinese diplomacy is willing to devote more energy and resources to strengthen, consolidate, and further develop bilateral relationships with certainty, such as the China-Russia relationship. Both China and Russia are major countries with strong strategic autonomy, and their interactions are open and aboveboard, which will by no means succumb to Washington's influence.
It is evident that this is not about granting developing countries a more equal status and development opportunities, but rather an attempt to continue to confine them to the periphery of the “center-periphery” system.
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said on Thursday that he is "acutely aware of the particular threat to our open and democratic way of life" posed by China, in response to a damning report on the UK's China strategy by Parliament's Intelligence and Security Committee.
We hope that the EU can extract the correct information from the case of the solar industry, listen more to the voices of the business community, and have fewer politicized interpretations.
The DPP's persistent "pro-independence" agenda, coupled with provocations from countries like the US and Japan, has been intensifying, which push us to continually strengthen our capacity to counteract separatist activities while advocating for peaceful reunification.
The Sunak government obviously sees the harm that extreme thinking toward China has brought to the UK and intends to re-calibrate the relationship between China and the UK. However, the distorted British political environment has greatly limited the space and extent to which this re-calibration can be made.
For China, some people from the outside creating false information about China's economy is despicable and condemnable. We must first maintain composure and judgment, not be swayed by malicious rumors and manipulations, and concentrate on doing our own things well. Let the fact that China's economy is thriving and moving forward vigorously serve as the most powerful refutation against them.
Paying attention cannot be equated with paying respect. Attaching significance with ulterior motives is instrumentalizing the targeted country, which fundamentally disrespects the principle of equal and mutually beneficial relations.
It is not only the expectation of developing countries, but also in the long-term interests of the US and Western countries to let consensus transcend differences and gather strength through cooperation.
If cooperation between the three countries is revitalized, greater momentum will be injected into the cooperation between ASEAN and China, Japan, and South Korea (10+3). We hope that South Korea can truly implement these words and respond to everyone's concerns.
We have received Australia's sincerity in wanting to strengthen communication with China and will respond with goodwill. We hope that the high-level dialogue between China and Australia can achieve results beyond expectations.
In this sense, if Washington continues to cling to a "small yard, high fence" mentality, it will only move further away from its expected "victory."
The 43rd ASEAN Summit and related meetings are scheduled from Monday to Thursday in Jakarta, Indonesia. Countries such as China, the US, Japan and South Korea will attend.
President Xi at the end of his remarks stressed that the world economy thrives in openness and withers in seclusion. Amid weak global economic recovery and various headwinds, openness, inclusiveness, mutual benefit and innovation-driven development showcased at the CIFTIS bring real and powerful confidence to the world.
When the US and the West claim that they have been bullied and harmed, it is not because they have actually suffered any injustice, but because they have evil intentions.
The DPP authorities are heading toward a dead end; by no means should the more than 23 million people in Taiwan and the island should be tied to the chariot of the DPP and Washington.
Because of US crazy crackdown against China, the US has caused unnecessary greater costs and consequences for both China and the US. The US has disregarded international market rules and principles in core technologies to choke China's neck, which has severely damaged people's confidence in global division of labor.
In the face of the Japanese government's determination to proceed with this action, we need to employ even more sophisticated fighting skills, firmly understanding the purpose and cause we are defending. We must always stand on the high ground of international justice, rendering Japan's political tricks useless.
Japan, which is considered to have a typical "honor culture", not only has no sense of guilt in the issue of discharging nuclear-contaminated water into the sea, but even demands that others accept the largest marine ecological pollution event in human history caused by Japan, saying "there should not be an excessive reaction." Who is being "hypocritical" and using double standards?
As a Chinese media, we formally request the British Museum to return all Chinese cultural relics acquired through improper channels to China free of charge, and to refrain from adopting a resistant, protracted and perfunctory attitude.
One second, they may be exaggerating China's economic development, saying it is too fast and too good, posing a threat to their interests. The next second, they start talking about China's economic decline and the suffering it will bring to the world.
As long as the spirit of BRICS is upheld, opportunities for cooperation and progress can be found everywhere. As more like-minded developing countries join BRICS, a stronger collective force will form, emitting a more resounding "BRICS voice," driving the world toward good governance.
If the overall environment of China-US economic and trade relations is damaged, all market entities, including a large number of American companies, will become victims. Conversely, if China and the US meet each other halfway and work together to improve this overall environment, it will have the greatest positive outcomes for American companies. This is also the biggest practical significance of Raimondo's visit to China.
There is a Chinese saying, "spilt water is hard to retrieve." Once the nuclear-contaminated water is discharged into the ocean, the consequences are irreversible. Japan cannot escape the responsibility it must bear.
For the interests of all humanity, the most ideal state should be that the efforts and explorations of the BRICS align with the adjustments and self-corrections of the West, forming a joint force to address global challenges.
The contrast between the words and actions of the US itself, combined with the actual comparison between China and the US, provides the most vivid display for ASEAN and other countries around the world.
Deputy regional leader of Taiwan island Lai Ching-te concluded his recent "transit" trip to the US on Friday. During his trip, he stopped at New York on his way there and made a "stopover" in San Francisco on the way back. He made sure not to waste a single second during his brief stay in the US, seizing every opportunity to propagate "Taiwan independence" rhetoric and express loyalty to the US in order to advance the agenda of "relying on the US to seek independence." Lai also openly met with high-ranking US officials in Paraguay. During the six days, he intensified his collusion with the US, turning the entire trip into a brazen provocation and disruption of the one-China principle, as well as a reckless challenge and damage to peace and stability across the Taiwan Straits.
On August 18 local time, the Camp David summit between the US, Japan and South Korea began.
The tariff war initiated by Washington was fundamentally wrong from the beginning. No matter what political stance it takes, it cannot change the detrimental nature of this matter. The more resolute the international community is in resisting bullying, the more beneficial it will be for maintaining the global trade order based on multilateral rules.
If South Korea firmly opposes all forms of the "new cold war," it can play an irreplaceable role. Both China and South Korea have common interests and positions in terms of the peace and stability of the Korean Peninsula, as well as the denuclearization of the peninsula.
The US actively exercises hegemony in its foreign affairs, and its internal mechanisms are very backward, failing to take the protection of citizens' security as the starting point and foundation of national security.
More specifically, Washington has misunderstood history, misjudged the times, and misunderstood the Communist Party of China and the Chinese people. The destructive power of "new Cold War" is world-class, and the fate of all humanity stands at a crossroads. American political elites may believe that the US was the winner of the Cold War, which is controversial, but it is certain that the US cannot be the winner of the "new Cold War" and must bear historical responsibility for today's choices.
Lai is making every effort to please the US, hoping to gain support from Washington, but he fails to see the future of both sides of the Taiwan Straits, including his own fate, is truly in the hands of the Chinese people.
As the election campaign progresses, Washington's bottom line will sink lower and lower, and more sensational claims are likely to come out. The unscrupulous smearing and attacking of China has made the US nastier and nastier.
China's Ministry of Culture and Tourism on Thursday announced a third round of resumption of outbound group tour services to 78 countries and regions, and some observant Japanese media noticed their country's name was on the list.
The high-tech field is crucial for a country's future development prospects, but it also naturally possesses the new characteristic of interconnectedness in this era. It is unrealistic for any country to isolate itself and strive for research dominance in the field of technology. The future of the technology field belongs to countries that embrace the world with open arms. If the US fails to understand this, it will only get further away from its goal to “outcompete” China.
The Hong Kong society and judiciary should assume the responsibility of jointly safeguarding the rule of law and the foundation of social unity in the city.
Restraint is important, but China's stance on safeguarding national sovereignty is firm and clear.
Are the US, Japan and South Korea moving toward a security bloc similar to a military alliance? Such concerns are growing.
It is necessary and feasible for the Philippines to stand up against US pressure on issues related to its sovereignty and national interests. Otherwise, one step back will lead to more steps back.
The US malicious attempts to confuse the public will be debunked through the dynamic practice of China's counter-espionage work and its simultaneous commitment to openness and mutual assurance.
Despite the room-temperature superconductor controversy, one thing is certain, that is, the world's collective desire for new technologies, especially major technological changes that affect people's livelihood.
These practices make the US look like a malicious bidder in the international community. It disrupts the normal cooperation of others, but it takes no responsibility for cooperation at all, allowing those projects to remain unfinished.
We hope that Italy can make a rational decision without external interference. This is the time to test Italy's political wisdom and diplomatic autonomy.
Canberra is gradually stepping into the strategic sickness of “sacrificing its own interests to support US interests.”
It can be foreseen that Chengdu will not only leave unforgettable memories for participating athletes, guests, and global audiences but also create a historically significant new record in the history of the Universiade.
As for the US' malicious hype this time, we want to say that China's cooperation with Cambodia is open, honest, and can withstand the test of time. The friendship between the two countries will not be affected by the interference and pressure from the US. Such friendly relations will only contribute to regional peace and stability.
The irony of history is that 70 years after the Korean War armistice, the US once again finds itself in a position dangerously close to committing such a terrible mistake. However, it must be clear that if there is another strategic misjudgment this time, the price it will pay will surely be much higher than 70 years ago.
It is imaginable how difficult it is for China to promote high-quality development and bring more opportunities, income, and security to all the people. However, as long as we have the courage to face problems, are bold enough to take responsibility, and always maintain a positive and enterprising attitude, we have confidence to overcome obstacles and challenges.
In recent years, Japan's pace of military expansion has significantly accelerated, actively leading the way for external forces to get into East Asia, and becoming a "troublemaker" in the region. Tokyo intends to use the Taiwan question as a card to play, but this will only backfire.
The arrogance of "beating China back to the Stone Age" and "China is only allowed to produce shirts and socks" is even more idiotic.
Kissinger's decades of engagement with China have fully demonstrated that mutual respect, peaceful coexistence, and win-win cooperation are not only feasible but also the only correct path.
If Japan is genuinely willing to engage in negotiations, it should first announce the suspension of its dumping plan. Then, it should allow neighboring countries, Pacific island nations, and other stakeholders to conduct independent sampling and analysis of the nuclear-contaminated water. Japan should also be open to exploring alternative solutions.
Once again, it is important to emphasize that the extreme suppression of China by the US may create trouble and difficulty that may harm the interests of both sides. However, it will not crush China, nor can it ultimately hinder China's development and technological progress. The cost that the US will have to pay for this is exceptionally high. American chip companies have already seen this clearly, and we hope that their "petition" will awaken some people in Washington.
Cooperation between China and the US in addressing climate change cannot exist independently as an oasis in the desert; it is closely related to the overall atmosphere of China-US relations.
We may now be entering a new uphill phase, facing numerous difficulties, but the direction is correct, and the fundamentals are sound. As long as we remain confident and work together, each goal will become a reality. China has come this far on its journey, and no one should underestimate its capabilities.
How the CPTPP member countries view China's accession will become an important criterion for evaluating their fairness and openness, and it will also show people whether the CPTPP has the potential to become the "most outstanding trade agreement in the world."
We hope that India can fully appreciate China's goodwill and sincerity and remain cautious about the "anti-China melodramas" becoming a toxic influence in Indian society.
China always holds an open and welcome attitude toward such communication and exchange, but we advise the US not to play dirty, otherwise, it will not only get a slap in its face, but also ruin the opportunity for the US-China relations to return to a healthy and stable track.
Against the backdrop of challenges such as global economic slowdown and geopolitical conflicts, the overall situation in East Asia is a bright spot, and the high-level mutually beneficial and win-win relationship between China and ASEAN is the highlight of this bright spot. This is not easy to achieve and has become a model of the most dynamic and fruitful achievements in the Asia-Pacific region, effectively promoting regional peace, stability, and prosperity.
NATO must promptly withdraw the black hand it has extended toward the Asia-Pacific region, and it should not even think about squeezing half of its body in the future.
The different reactions in China and the US to these two incidents fully illustrate the complexity and delicacy of the US-China relationship. Ultimately, this stems from the US' flawed perception of China and its unhealthy political ecosystem, which generates strong emotions in both Chinese and American societies, in turn affecting the bilateral relationship and creating a vicious cycle. Correcting this abnormal state depends crucially on whether the US can make substantive adjustments.
US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen's visit to China ended on Sunday. During her trip, she and her team met with several senior Chinese government officials.
Lithuania is by no means a "global leader," but the incident has become one of the biggest international laughing stocks of the year.
Whether a country deserves respect within an international organization lies in what kind of public goods it can provide to other nations, rather than overpowering others. On the international stage, no one possesses an inherent "halo of protagonist." It is understandable that India desires to be in the spotlight, but if it attains the position by pushing all others aside, the very essence of the center stage will vanish.
Despite having larger reserves of germanium than China, the US has protected germanium as a defense reserve resource since 1984 and has hardly conducted any mining activities. In a sense, China's implementation of export controls on gallium and germanium may have come a bit late. China has no reason to excessively deplete its strategic resources to meet the demands of unfriendly countries.
President Xi's important speech encapsulates the greatest common denominator of the SCO and comprehensively addresses the core demands of member countries, thereby generating widespread resonance.
We believe that if Yellen's visit can achieve some substantive progress, it would bring more certainty and stability to the business communities of both China and the US, which would be much more beneficial than the "breakthroughs" envisioned by Washington's anti-China politicians.
Japan's forceful disposal of nuclear-contaminated water into the sea is illegal and violates a series of international legal obligations, constituting a crime against all of humanity.
No one can deny that it is the NSL that has brought about this dramatic change. Without it, it would have been impossible for Hong Kong to enter a new stage in which it has restored order and is set to thrive.
To some extent, the promulgation and implementation of the foreign relations law demonstrate and strengthen China's strategic transparency. China's diplomacy is open and aboveboard.
Some people in Washington want to hide "technological achievements," fearing that others will steal them, but in the end, it will be their own prospects of innovation that suffocate. In stark contrast to their narrow-mindedness, the value of all technological achievements is ultimately determined by the extent to which they are shared by all of humanity.
Returning to rationality and pragmatism will be the only correct option that the Yoon government will eventually have to face. We hope that this shift will occur voluntarily rather than being forced upon South Korea.
Only through cooperation and development, by resolving conflicts in development, and consolidating security through development, can the world truly "de-risk."
Not long after the US Secretary of State Antony Blinken mentioned in Beijing that the two countries "need much greater cooperation" to solve the fentanyl issue, the US Department of Justice charged Chinese individuals "related to fentanyl problems" that were ensnared through US' "sting operation" in a third country
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has just finished his state visit to the US, but the attention and interpretation of the trip, as well as its possible impact on the regional situation, has only started.
China is changing, Europe is changing, and so are China-Europe relations. Change is absolute, and there is nothing to be afraid of.
We hope that after returning to the US, Blinken will comprehensively and objectively convey the information received in China, generating new momentum for stabilizing China-US relations, and never again leaving the impression that the US says one thing and does another.
The attitude of the Chinese toward Blinken's visit to China has indeed changed, but this does not mean that China refuses to engage and improve China-US relations. On the contrary, the Chinese are more strategically determined and patient about the stabilization and improvement of China-US relations, and more emphasis is placed on the sincerity and concrete and effective measures from the US side.
Compatriots on both sides of the Taiwan Straits possess unwavering confidence and an open, transparent desire for peaceful reunification, while the political tricks of the DPP can only lurk in the dark.
Canada should take an opportunity of this incident to make a reflection. Both at the government and societal levels, Canada's anti-Chinese sentiments have reached a critical point, which has caused substantial damage to Canada's interests. Blindly opposing China due to domestic political factors and ideological biases will only move Canada further away from its national interests.
Different from a small circle like the Group of Seven (G7), the BRICS mechanism exists as an emerging platform for global governance. It adheres to openness, inclusiveness, cooperation and win-win results, and forges a united, equal, balanced and inclusive global development partnership. As long as they come with equality and goodwill, and sincerely want to promote cooperation and development, the BRICS countries welcome more entities to participate in global development cooperation, including not only France, but also the US.
Palestine and Israel are neighbors that cannot be moved away from each other. There are no winners in conflicts, and no losers in peace. China's sense of responsibility and morality in maintaining world peace and development is evident to the international community. This is also the reason why China can always make friends in the Middle East and around the world.
Attacking the Chinese ambassador will only bring disgrace to South Korean diplomacy and expose its shortcomings. Only by correcting its attitude toward China, can Seoul avoid being "overly sensitive" and constantly proving its petty mind like a small country.
There are two main feelings from the Chinese people: One is that Americans are really good at acting, and the second is that let it perform, while we are not interested at all.
The US has repeatedly expressed its hope of avoiding conflict and confrontation with China, but if something goes wrong internally every time there is a sign of an easing in bilateral relations, then this has become a major uncertainty that China-US relations face, and it is also a huge risk that the US cannot avoid.
After Brexit, the UK may need time to find a way out in the face of challenges. However, this search should be rational rather than indulging in the old-day fantasy of the "Anglo-Saxon world" or obsessing over the ambition to become the "second in the West," even at the cost of sacrificing diplomatic autonomy and independence.
Regardless of the circumstances, Blinken's visit to China is not a bad thing, and we certainly would not oppose it. However, it requires the US side to create a positive atmosphere and demonstrate sufficient sincerity and goodwill.
To a large extent, gaokao is the first independent challenge that the majority of ordinary people face in their lives. It not only tests their knowledge but also hones their willpower and endurance. It's not just an exam, it is also a life experience.
When Americans say, "We will not flinch in the face of bullying and coercion," it is not only ridiculous but also chilling. It is like a muscular bully with a face full of arrogance waving a big stick and saying this to a group of polite individuals. Everyone immediately knows that he is about to bully others again, and has just found an excuse for doing so.
On Sunday, the last day of the Shangri-La Dialogue, Chinese State Councilor and Defense Minister Li Shangfu delivered a speech on "China's New Security Initiative."
Washington is well aware that now is not the time for the situation in Kosovo to escalate, otherwise they will not be able to continue their "Ukraine narrative."