Chinese tourists represent a very wide-ranging market in which co-exist all types of needs. It is very essential to understand certain groups or niche, especially their expectations and behaviours.
Indian actor-producer Aamir Khan’s latest drama-comedy “Secret Superstar” is being released in Chinese mainland theaters on January 19. To some extent, it is like coming home for Khan.
President Trump certainly will not uncritically adopt Chinese ideas, but he is transactional in his approach to relationships, which involves a readiness to engage in pragmatic-rational view.
China is reaping the benefits of backing Africa in a big way. The Chinese have realised that investment in large-scale infrastructure projects in Africa has ripple effects.
The joint expedition includes Pakistani scientists along with Chinese experts who embarked upon this endeavor from Karachi port. The research vessel will go over the multi-channel seismic zone within the Makran trench.
The outlook for even greater trade and investment ties, boosted by the new visa systems' potential impact on bilateral flow of people, between the two countries is promising.
In KPMG's 2017 report on world innovation centers Shanghai was rated as the global city most likely to surpass Silicon Valley as an innovation hub, ahead of New York. This is due to the strength of the ecosystem that Shanghai has built for innovation.
The impact of climate change is one of the biggest treats for the future of mankind and with the launch of the national carbon market China clearly demonstrates a swift and dedicated follow-up on the pledges for the Paris Climate Agreement.
It will be interesting to keep a close eye on the Chinese companies attending the CES for years to come. If improvements continue to be made, classical criticizes will disappear, admiration will emerge and copy of Chinese products will begin.
Interestingly, China has developed a tradition over the years where Chinese foreign ministers have always chosen Africa as their first overseas trip in the New Year. This tradition has been observed for the last 20 years. Yet 2018 is no different.
What is new and deserves particular attention is the straightforward French support for the Belt and Road Initiative. This clarification is promising as the EU has recently been skeptical on Chinese investments in Europe.
In the Phnom Penh Declaration, the leaders put the spotlight on the importance of narrowing the socio-economic development gap between the six nations.
What makes China the most interesting destination for India's students today is not just phenomenal rise in numbers. China has drawn increasing number of Indian students making it the fastest growing destination for Indian students' emigration.
China launched its current reforms four decades ago, gradually integrating the global community. Subsequently, a nation populated by over one fifth of mankind began extensively interacting with peoples, markets and ideas across the planet.
The CPC has been in regular contact with over 400 political parties and political organisations from more than 160 countries and regions and this "circle of friends" is developing continuously.
Economically, Macron expresses his willingness to take part in China’s “Belt and Road Initiative”, offering support for Xi’s plans to revive land and sea trade routes connecting Asia and Europe via massive infrastructure projects.
The core of China's Belt and Road overtures through the LMC is about strengthening the indigenous capacities of the Mekong states.
For the first time in two years, diplomats of South and North Korea have come to direct contact. And this meant the application of the plan to resolve the North Korean crisis diplomatically that China and Russia put in place.
There are two main initiatives that require prodigious brain-power in the near-term that will catapult China back into its role as world leader that it held for more than a millennium.
In a few days' time, the President of the French Republic will visit China. It is the start of another page in the long and rich history between China and France, two countries at each end of Eurasia.