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...
by Xinhua September 29, 2018
SHENYANG, Sept. 28 (Xinhua) -- Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, has stressed the revitalization of China's northeast region with fresh efforts....
by China Pictorial August 29, 2018
The 2018 Summit of China Top 500 Private Enterprises was held on Wednesday in Shenyang, capital city of China’s northeastern Liaoning Province.
by Hu Zhoumeng & Andrey Maleev May 2, 2018
A new round of AI-driven technological and industrial revolution is sprouting in China.
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?
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.
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.
by China India Dialogue December 1, 2017
Start the journey from Beijing, travel 220 KM towards the northwest, there is a small city called Chongli, which is located among the mountains of Yinshan and Yanshan. On July 31, 2015, Thomas Bach...
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 ...
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).
by China-India Dialogue August 31, 2017
For a Closer Partnership through People-to-People Exchange
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.”
by Sourabh Gupta July 20, 2016
Together, China and India can re-create a new regional and international maritime order that is inspired by the virtues of the old as well as embodies the promise of the new Asian Century.
by Wang Shuya July 19, 2016
China and India have every will and capability to step up maritime cooperation and build a maritime partnership. Together, we can turn the oceans in the region and the world into oceans of peace, harmony, cooperation and prosperity.
by Wang Shuya July 13, 2016
There are a lot of such questions in India, which are worth thinking about.
by Yi Nuo July 8, 2016
Wildlife protection is important for global ecological security, sustainable economic development, technological innovation and cultural inheritance. Protecting wild animals and plants is a common mission for all human beings.
by Mithila Phadke July 7, 2016
Mithila is a young Indian journalist who focues on urban and social development. Although her father has been working in China for over ten years, she only found time last spring to visit him. During her trip in China, Beijing left her a deep impression and even reminded her of Mumbai, her home city. She hopes that young people from China and India will interact more often in the future and contribute to constructive relationships between the two countries.
by Wen Zhihong & Xu Shuyuan July 7, 2016
A Sarod concert had never before been held in China. The word “Sarod” roughly translates to “beautiful sound” or “melody” in Persian. It is a stringed instrument from northern India used mainly in classical Indian classical music.
by Qu Xing June 24, 2016
In 2013, Chinese President Xi Jinping first proposed the Silk Road Economic Belt Initiative during his visit to Kazakhstan.
by Xiao Xiao May 18, 2016
Photographer Xiao Shibai has captured images of rare species of freshwater fish in the crystal-clear river, including the brightly-colored Acrossocheilus iridescens, which is unique to Hainan.
by Wen Zhihong May 11, 2016
Interview with Tang Min, Consultant of the State Council of China and Executive Vice Chairman of YouChange. With “internet+” thinking, there is new hope for ending poverty, educational inequality, and the digital divide.
by Bodapati Srujana & Prabir Purkayastha May 10, 2016
India is currently becoming one of the most unequal regions in the world. What Indian policy is seeing is actually a trickle up effect, rather than ‘trickle down’ as some economists claim would happen with the expansion of the economy.