Attendees of the now-concluded Boao Forum for Asia annual conference in south China's Hainan Province are suggesting that opening up is an important driving force for boosting economic integration across Asia.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has pledged to expand opening-up and promote global prosperity in a keynote speech at this year's Boao Forum for Asia annual conference, winning praise from world leaders in attendance.
China's Xiong'An New Area and the Greater Bay Area of Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao were among the discussions at the Boao Forum for Asia in Hainan. Participants say these regional strategies represent China's 21st century development philosophy.
President Xi Jinping has reaffirmed China's commitment to opening-up, while at the same time, pledging new steps to broaden market access and reduce tariffs for various products, including automobiles.
Several parallel sub-forums have been held at the Media Leaders Summit for Asia. Topics of discussion include communication and cooperation, the Belt and Road Initiative, and China's Reform and Opening Up.
A Media Leaders Summit for Asia on the sidelines of the Boao Forum for Asia, has been held in Sanya, with more than 140 media representatives attending the forum to talk about cooperation among Asian countries.
Chinese and foreign observers are suggesting the Trump administration's threat of additional sanctions due to China's IPR practices are an open excuse for trade protectionism, suggesting the move is a clear violation of WTO rules.
Senior leaders and experts are calling for accelerating Asian integration and globalization during the ongoing Boao Forum for Asia.
With the approach of the 30th anniversary of Hainan's status as a province and a special economic zone, villages on the island are going through an economic transformation and flourishing in their own ways.
The 30th anniversary of Hainan's status as a province and a special economic zone is just around corner. Thanks to support from the Chinese government, villages in Hainan are going through an economic transformation.
The daily visitor volume of China Duty Free Group (CDF), located in Sanya, south China's Hainan, has already reached 150,000 in the first quarter of this year and is still on the rise.
Authorities in charge of Paddy Field National Park in Haitang Bay, Hainan Province, say they anticipate attracting 600,000 tourists through 2018.
Bo'ao Super Hospital will open to the public at the end of this month.