by Zhou Dewen February 18, 2019
If Chinese private enterprises precisely adapt to changing market demand, actively adjust product mix and manage debt, a bright future awaits.
by China-India Dialogue December 20, 2018
What are the most pressing environmental challenges in China and India? And how to tackle them?
by Mahendra P. Lama January 24, 2019
Economic reform has been the key instrument to elevate growth performance, but it always carries larger development ramifications in both India and China. However, their reform measures, strategies and implementation vary widely.
by Hu Zhoumeng & Andrey Maleev August 9, 2018
As harmonious coexistence between human and nature actually becomes reality, a brand new scroll of green China is unrolling in front of
by Hu Zhoumeng & Andrey Maleev May 2, 2018
A new round of AI-driven technological and industrial revolution is sprouting in China.
by Bian Yongzu March 3, 2019
The foreign investment law will enhance the status of foreign businesses in the Chinese economy and provide them with more convenience.
by Mao Keji February 24, 2019
Instead of obsessing over the cliché of the dragon-elephant comparison, scholars from both countries need to be more realistic and see what they can best do to achieve shared prosperity between the two giants.
by Joe Luc Barnes February 14, 2019
Should companies use AI to increase productivity and profits, or do they also have a duty to improve the day-to-day routine of their employees?
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
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 China Pictorial April 19, 2019
Through seizing new ideas, exploring new models and coping with new challenges, China is pursuing mutual benefits and win-win results with an increasing number of countries.
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.”
by Nazia Vasi April 17, 2019
Fueled by cash flows and expanding channels of communication, China and India are awakening to a third round of bilateral brotherhood, focused on cultural exchange.
by Luo Zhaohui January 25, 2019
The tide of China-India cultural exchange seems unstoppable. Further infrastructure connectivity has facilitated a heavier flow of interaction between China and India, and even the seemingly insurmountable Himalayan range can do little to impede passionate exchange between the two Asian neighbors.
by Chen Mu January 24, 2019
New media impacts drastically on people’s life whenever it emerges.
by Shastri Ramachandaran October 8, 2016
BRICS has an ambitious development agenda, and Sino-Indian relationship is the sheet anchor of the cohesion required for actualizing its aims and objectives.
by Hu shisheng September 30, 2016
New Delhi's Dilemma Lies on How to Choose Between Cooperation and Competition in Its Policies toward China.
by China-India Dialogue September 29, 2016
India’s efforts to save tigers have produced a significant growth in the population of the animal.
by Yang Xiaoping September 28, 2016
In the course of its reform, India needs to constantly struggle against the ‘conservatism’ that has penetrated into the blood of its administrative and government systems.
by China India Dialogue September 27, 2016
The United Nations has warned that climate change will cause a loss of more than US$2 trillion across the globe till 2030. In the recent G20 Hangzhou Summit, members pushed forward global climate governance to tackle climate change.
by Liu Jinsong September 26, 2016
Geostrategic and economic interests inevitably come to mind when considering and handling China-India relations. Sometimes we need to draw inspiration from the history of the Silk Road, so as to promote more cultural exchanges between the two countries while putting aside entanglements over tangible interests.
by Sudeshna Sarkar September 7, 2016
Xi says that the G20 has set the course for a peaceful and stable international environment.
by Liu Haile September 5, 2016
Openness is crucial. The only way to really get high-level welfare and wellbeing is extending the road wider to help everybody out.
by Liu Haile and Zhou Xin September 5, 2016
The strategic partnership between India and China is important to not only these two countries and the region, but also the whole world.
by Liu Haile September 5, 2016
President Xi called on BRICS members to promote the reform of the governance structure of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank, with the aim of boosting the representativeness and say of emerging-market and developing countries.