In historical documents and fiction, Luoyang is depicted as a mighty political center just like Beijing.
The eyes of the world will turn to China as the Communist Party of China (CPC) will hold its 19th national congress, at which the CPC will unveil new leadership and set a blueprint for national development for the next five years and beyond.
In a fast-evolving world where business edge is the norm, there is no gainsaying that the rule of law not only attracts and assures foreign investors, but also improves the country's political standing.
Realizing the intensity needed to create a system to root-out corruption is one of the key steps toward sustainable progress. China knows this very well.
China's legal construction has made notable achievements in promoting the rule of law by firmly taking the socialist road of the rule of law with Chinese characteristics and firmly advancing the law-based governance of the country.
The BRICS summit is undoubtedly the biggest international event after the G20 summit as it holds the pulse of international cooperation within the developing world.
China's hosting of the World Robotics Conference comes as no surprise. After all, China has been the world's largest market for industrial robots for five years, accounting for over 30 percent of the global market.