A New Chapter for China-India Cooperation

by Luo Zhaohui November 2, 2018

After seizing the momentum generated by the China International Import Expo, China and India need to work together to upgrade their economic and trade cooperation, which will enable the “dragon and elephant to dance together.”

Xi stresses nation's self-reliance

by Xu Wei/China Daily September 29, 2018

President Xi Jinping underlined the importance of self-reliance in food security, the real economy and manufacturing on Wednesday as the country faces rising unilateralism and trade protectionism i...

【Video】Rural E-commerce Practitioner Dreams Big

by Ma Xiaowen December 10, 2018

The second episode of Beijing Review’s Web series: 40 Years of Reform and Opening Up: China's Rural E-Commerce Going Global

Real Numbers on China’s Artificial Intelligence Boom

by Hu Zhoumeng & Andrey Maleev May 2, 2018

A new round of AI-driven technological and industrial revolution is sprouting in China.

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Multi-faceted China’s National Image in India

by Hu Zhoumeng & Andrey Maleev April 2, 2018

“What do you think of China?” is a question foreigners frequently run into when visiting the country. What answers will Indians give to this same question when asked in their home country?

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China-Latin America: A Deeper Shared Future

by Niu Haibin December 7, 2018

Building a China-Latin America community with a shared future is a vital step for human society to overcome temporary difficulties impeding further development of globalization and achieve global prosperity, security and development.

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Chinese and Indian Youth: Stronger Together

by Zhang Wenjuan December 6, 2018

Young people from China and India should strengthen communication and learn from each other to play a bigger role in reshaping the cultures of their countries and strengthening their soft power.

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【Video】A Villager and His Stage Costume Business

by Ma Xiaowen December 10, 2018

The first episode of Beijing Review’s Web series: 40 Years of Reform and Opening Up: China's Rural E-Commerce Going Global

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Chinese and Indian Youth: Stronger Together

by Zhang Wenjuan December 6, 2018

Young people from China and India should strengthen communication and learn from each other to play a bigger role in reshaping the cultures of their countries and strengthening their soft power.

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Strengthening China-India Ties Through Cultural Exchange

Vivek Mani Tripathi

Hailing from India’s northern state of Bihar, Vivek Mani Tripathi works as a Hindi teacher at the Guangdong University of Foreign Studies in Guangzhou, southern Guangdong Province. He chose the Chinese name Zhi Hui, which means “glittering with wisdom.” On June 1, 2018, he shared his story of studying Chinese literature and teaching Hindi in fluent Mandarin at a meeting themed on the people-to-people exchange held during the first media summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization.

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A Sober Look at Dangerous Misconceptions on China-India Relations

Lan Jianxue

Hopefully, the Modi government will demonstrate political wisdom and keep the bigger picture in mind when handling issues concerning China-India relations as well as taking active measures to end the stand-off between the two countries. This is the only choice beneficial to India’s security and development, to China-India cooperation, and to the stability of the region as a whole.

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India Rockets Past Record Books

Pankti Mehta Kadakia

The country achieved a milestone by launching 104 satellites with a single rocket in February. A journalist provides a first-hand account of the historic moment.

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Indian and American Scholars Should Play a Positive Role in Maintaining Peace

Pan Heping

China’s defense policy is intended to safeguard and promote the peace and stability of the international community. Conversely, the suggestion that the U.S., Japan, and India collaborate to constrain China’s rise, as some Indian and American scholars made at the conference, is negative to the security of the Asia-Pacific region.

Xi pledges to bring benefit to people through Belt and Road Initiative

by Xinhua August 27, 2018

President Xi Jinping on Monday underlined thorough and solid cooperation under the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) to benefit people in countries involved and build a community with a shared future ...

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Ecological Tightrope in the Qilian Mountains

by Li Zhiqing November 6, 2018

Only by addressing the imbalanced relationship and correcting the improper resource allocation between environmental protection and economic growth can we realize the simultaneous advancement of the environment and the economy and achieve “green development.”

Sharing Beauty

by Anita Yin July 6, 2018

Have you ever seen a Chinese painting by Pablo Picasso, among the pioneers of Western modern art? If not, you now have the chance to do so at Beijing’s National Art Museum of China (NAMOC).

Sharing Beauty

by Anita Yin July 6, 2018

Have you ever seen a Chinese painting by Pablo Picasso, among the pioneers of Western modern art? If not, you now have the chance to do so at Beijing’s National Art Museum of China (NAMOC).

My Story with BRICS Countries

by China-India Dialogue August 31, 2017

For a Closer Partnership through People-to-People Exchange

[Crossing Cultures: Indians in China] Reshma Khan: The Language of Food

by Nick Lanigan Photographs courtesy of the internet July 27, 2017

“I think food is something that does not require a language. It crosses all boundaries.”


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Forbidden City: Where History Lives On

by Cecilia Lindqvist (Sweden) January 14, 2017

The Forbidden City was and is a treasure trove of important relics from throughout the Chinese history.


Pingshan (literally, “Screen Hill”) at the foot of Qingyang Mountain, four kilometers east of the seat of Yixian County in Anhui Province, is so named for the mountain resembling a screen that shelters the village from the north. Its history is well documented for more than 1,100 years.


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Literature 2.0

by Zhou Xin January 10, 2017

Within less than two decades, China’s online literature has grown from a handful of writers sharing works online to daily publication volume equal to annual publications of a medium-sized publishing house.


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Vague and Complicated Middle Class

by Luo Dong January 9, 2017

In China today, the definition of “middle class” doesn’t necessarily include every white collar worker. The middle class here is complicated if you take into account economic norms, occupation standards and education.


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Sanjiangyuan: Source of Life

by Zi Mei January 8, 2017

Dotted with numerous lakes, swamps and glaciers, Sanjiangyuan is a critical source of fresh water for China and thus nicknamed the “Chinese Water Tower.”


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The 1,001 Kashgar Nights

by Martina Fuches January 7, 2017

Modernity has swept this cultural and trade hub like a sandstorm. Where caravans and camels once trekked, taxis and motorcycles now crowd the streets. Dirt roads have become highways, and railroads now connect the region to the rest of China. Despite monumental changes, Kashgar’s spirit remains strong.


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CPC officials on the farmland

by Zhang Yangsheng January 6, 2017

Pei is one of the 35 million rural CPC members in China. They have led their fellow CPC members to help lift tens of millions of rural Chinese out of poverty in the past few decades, a miracle that the world marvels at.


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Finding Love for India in Beijing

by Hu Zhoumeng January 6, 2017

Surprised at the refined performance, Mahesh felt almost like he was back in India.


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Review and prospects of China's diplomacy

by Wang Xiaohui January 5, 2017

In 2016, the world underwent changes and chaos that added to uncertainty in international politics and world order, and thus posed great challenges to China's diplomatic work.


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Is gold worth its weight in India?

by Deepa Nair January 4, 2017

The string of actions by the government, the most significant being demonetization and the subsequent crackdown on black money, may ensure that India’s favored yellow metal loses its allure in the short to medium-term, with most opting to divert their savings to the stock markets and financial savings instruments.