The former secretary of state is best known for helping then president Richard Nixon establish relations with Beijing.
Speakers at supply chain forums repeatedly brought up tech and innovation as ways for China to avoid uncertainties and maintain its place as the world’s manufacturing hub.
With China’s economy still facing a bumpy recovery, the official manufacturing purchasing managers’ index (PMI) remained in contraction for the second straight month in November.
A prolonged downturn in the property market and fragile business confidence are expected to further weigh on employment prospects in China.
In an exclusive Post interview, Nicholas Burns describes why people-level connections are crucial, and a major win from the Xi-Biden summit.
Since Tsai Ing-wen came to power, Taiwan has attracted more Western political attention but the government has faltered in many domestic policy areas. Younger voters are deserting the ruling DPP, and the party’s presidential candidate faces widespread discontent.
As China finishes its rotating leadership of the UN Security Council, the foreign minister repeats his call for a lasting ceasefire in Gaza and eventual two-state solution.
The president says the Chinese leadership is ‘overwhelmed’ by internal challenges for now, although she accused Beijing of trying to sway Taiwan’s coming election.
Additional legislation would bolster American cooperation with India, Japan and Australia as part of Washington’s Indo-Pacific strategy.
The Asian giants are courting developing countries for support in a changing international order, observers said.
Turkish ambassador says his country can help China’s trade with the world, including the European Union, with which Turkey has a free-trade agreement while China does not.
The Chinese President’s itinerary included a futures exchange, technology fair and affordable housing project signalling some of the main items on his agenda.
Misconduct in the industry, from fraudulent advertising to misleading pricing, should be addressed and punished, the piece argues, in a sign that government attitude towards the sector may be shifting.
Tsinghua University professor Da Wei warns excessively broad definition of threats could drain resources away from China’s development and cause ties with Washington to overshadow relations with other countries.
Separatist activities are ‘incompatible’ with cross-strait peace, Beijing’s Taiwan Affairs Office says in fresh warning to the island’s ruling DPP.
Lei Jun donated US$183 million to Wuhan University, a leading Chinese research institution, on its 130th anniversary on Wednesday.
Talks with UN chief, and Brazilian and Malaysian counterparts come the day before Wang Yi chairs Security Council meeting on the Israel-Gaza conflict.
Photographs – taken by a Shenzhou 16 astronaut from a few hundred metres above the structure – show its three modules, giant solar panels and robotic arm.
While Asian companies account for half of global vessel tonnage, European firms have made more progress in defining decarbonisation goals. Yet, shipping decarbonisation is a monumental task that will require international cooperation, for no economy should be left behind.
Following the approval of Toripalimab by the Food and Drug Administration, two more Chinese-made cancer drugs have received approval for distribution in the US.
‘I firmly believe that Alibaba will change and adapt. All great companies are born in winter,’ the founder said.
As purchase orders for the C919 commercial jet continue to grow, overseas suppliers and services are rushing to join China’s aviation expansion, despite concerns over geopolitics and intellectual property.
The visit, which will include joint naval security exercises, comes as armed rebel groups have taken over a series of key locations along the border.
Shifting consumption habits among Chinese consumers show how their risk appetites are changing, and many are willing to spend a small amount on the slim chance of a life-changing payout.
Record clean energy installations could help China’s power sector to reach peak emissions in the next two years, but continued investment in coal-based capacity and a lack of firm emissions targets could undermine optimism about the country’s green transition, according to climate researchers.