Steadily Upwards: Keys to China’s 2018 Economic Work

by Bian Yongzu January 9, 2018

At the Central Economic Work Conference, steady progress was once again emphasized. It will remain the guiding principle for the country’s economic work in 2018.

From “Made in China” to “Intelligent Manufacturing from China”

by Bian Yongzu, Xu Zhiling October 17, 2017

The supply-side reform initiated by the Chinese government is restructuring the whole industrial spectrum, focusing on the emerging and high technologies, while upgrading the traditional sectors.

Chinese foreign minister sets tone for future of Sino-Indian ties

by Rabi Sankar Bosu March 19, 2018

Though India and China have their disagreements, cooperation is better than confrontation. Leadership of both countries should put aside their disputes and instead focus on creating a better future for the 2.5 billion people residing on either side of the Himalayas.

Highlights of Xi Jinping’s Report to the 19th CPC National Congress

by Hu Zhoumeng & Andrey Maleev November 16, 2017

The report provides the blueprint for China to develop into a great modern socialist country by the middle of the 21st century.


A Decade of BRICS Cooperation

by Hu Zhoumeng & Andrey Maleev August 31, 2017

Since its launch in 2006, BRICS has evolved from an investment concept into an influential international mechanism and a major bloc to hedge against financial crisis, drive economic growth and democratize international relations, after consistently fostering positive development through the years.

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Entrepreneurs Discuss Business Details at China-India Conference

by Mithila Phadke March 20, 2017

From tech behemoths that are transforming sectors like transport and education, to fast-expanding innovators which have changed the way people shop, entrepreneurs from across all kinds of fields, and from across China and India, made their way to the ‘China Go Global and Second Chindia TMT Dialogue’ conference, held in Beijing on March 16, 2017.


China’s Gaming Boom

by Wang Jiayin March 19, 2017

Along with the tireless efforts and creativity of China’s game designers, the rapid growth in the number of internet users played the key role in facilitating the boom.


New Path to Cultivate IT Talents

by Hu Zhoumeng July 24, 2017

Qingdao University in China’s Shandong Province has joined hands with NIIT to cultivate software outsourcing talent with both theoretical knowledge and professional skills.


Right Place, Right Time: Bittersweet Visit to NIIT University

by Hu Zhoumeng July 17, 2017

The Chinese students from Qingdao University who visited NIIT University in India vividly recall watching the sunsets and listening to insect songs on campus as well as the experience of enduring India’s currency cancellation.



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.


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.


China-India Relations: Less Confrontation, More Cooperation

Zhang Yunling

It would be wise to not miss and ruin the huge space for cooperation and conciliation for the long term and ultimate interests of parties concerned.

Working Together for Future BRICS Cooperation

by Li Hui September 1, 2017

For a decade, BRICS countries continuously strengthened dialogue and cooperation, injecting new energy to drive the world economy, reform global economic governance and facilitate the democratization of international relations.


20,000 Leagues Under the Indian Ocean

by Shu Yun & Liao Jianlin April 22, 2017

As night falls, a brilliant blanket of stars shatters the darkness, creating a moment of happiness beyond description.

My Story with BRICS Countries

by China-India Dialogue August 31, 2017

For a Closer Partnership through People-to-People Exchange

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.”

India’s Persisting Gender Gap

by Mithila Phadke June 6, 2017

Dangal is inspiring, but gender equality in India still has a long way to go.






New Opportunities Under RCEP

by Wang Jinbo February 22, 2017

The early completion of the RCEP will provide a new path and platform for china to integrate with south Asia and for India to better integrate with the Asia-Pacific region.


Elephant S.O.S.

by Jia Daitengfei February 16, 2017

Asian elephants face the same persistent threats they have faced for years worldwide: human development and the ivory trade.


Baima Dorji: My Own Private Shangri-La

by China India Dialogue February 15, 2017

Baima Dorji is the founder and chairman of the Songtsam hotel chain. Since 2008, the world-renowned travel site TripAdvisor has ranked Songtsam as one of “China’s 25 best hotels.” British magazine Tatler listed it among the “101 best hotels in the world,” and it was cited by CNN as one of the nine Chinese hotels with the most beautiful scenery.

On the Chinese Lunar New Year’s Eve, more than a hundred Chinese people gather at the only Chinese-style temple in Mumbai – the Kwan Kung shrine in the Mazgaon neighborhood – to draw divination sticks and pray with burning joss sticks. The three-story shrine has survived for a century.


Today’s Documents: More Choices

by Yi Mei February 10, 2017

The exhibition invited 50 artists from different countries including China, Mexico, Spain, Brazil, India, Russia, South Africa and South Korea. Their works discuss the role art plays in the chain reaction of emerging economies and how art deals with social transformations and their influence on society and individuals.


It’s Only Natural

by Yin Xing February 9, 2017

In recent years, China’s natural education has prospered. Nowadays, as environmental problems worsen, natural education has shifted focus to coexisting as part of nature and aims to improve the ecology. Contemporary natural education promotes not only education “in” nature and “about” nature but also “for” nature.

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Zhangjiajie: Out-of-this-World Mountains

by Nick Lanigan February 8, 2017

Zhangjiajie Sandstone Peak Forest Geopark, the name referring to the area’s scenic spots collectively, is a geologist’s dream.


The Water Watchers of Peizhai Village

by Hu Zhoumeng February 8, 2017

The lives of Zhang Guixian and Jia Dan, who work painstakingly as the water watchers of Peizhai Village.

On a recent visit to the village of Peizhai, in central China’s Henan Province, I witnessed the achievements made on one particular community’s road to modernization—as well as how they are maintaining traditions despite the quick development.


Peizhai: A Village Springs Forward

by Hu Zhoumeng February 7, 2017

In 2005, villagers invited local-born entrepreneur Pei Chun- liang, who was working elsewhere, to return to head the village committee. Since then, Pei has led his fellow villagers to dig deep wells, erect greenhouses and build commercial streets and reservoirs.