Revisiting the 2nd Modi-Xi Informal Summit

by Swaran Singh and Zhong Ai December 6, 2019

Informal summits give the two leaders space and flexibility to better recalibrate the direction of bilateral relations.

Crisis Meets Opportunity: The Next Step for Private Business in China

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.

Comparing Economic Reforms in India and China

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.

Friendly Exchange: Bridging China and India

by Hu Zhoumeng May 5, 2019

The 2.7 billion people in China and India hold enormous potential for cooperation. The increasingly enhanced people-to-people exchange will strengthen mutual understanding, mutual trust and friendship, driving China-India relations forward.

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Tracking China’s Ecological Progress with Numbers

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

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Standing Together

by Wen Qing/Beijing Review February 20, 2020

Global scientists voice support for Chinese medical professionals and condemn conspiracy theories

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On the Frontline

by Ge Lijun February 14, 2020

A nurse infected with the novel coronavirus in Wuhan returns to work days after recovering

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Step-by-Step Development in Badong County

by Nathan Bennett January 26, 2020

The future never just arrives, delivering automatic improvement. It is always arriving, bringing whatever it has in hand. For Badong County, it looks like the future is bringing good things, step by step.

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Quzhou holds outdoor sports finals

by China.org.cn December 2, 2019

More than 2,000 athletes from all over the world attended the finals of 2019 China Outdoor Extreme Sports Open, which was held in Qujiang district of Quzhou city on Saturday. The event featured a variety of sports activities, including triathlon, rock climbing, and running.

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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.

【Belt and Road: A Grand Journey】 Cultural Exchanges for People-to-people Ties

by China Pictorial April 27, 2019

Under the guidance of the Silk Road Spirit, China and other countries in the world jointly promote cooperation in various fields such as science and technology, education, culture and medical care. The breadth and depth of people-to-people exchanges are constantly expanding.

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[video] A Bamboo-eating Panda

by China India Dialogue April 30, 2019

A wild panda is eating bamboo in Evergreen Reserve in Shaanxi Province. Shaanxi is one of the most important distribution areas of the giant panda. This year marks the 150th anniversary of the scientific discovery of the giant panda.

TAC holds its annual conference in Beijing

by Xu Shuyuan November 10, 2019

More than 900 representatives from China’s central government agencies, provinces, municipalities and autonomous regions, Hong Kong and Taiwan, as well as large multinational corporations, universities, research institutes, industry organizations of more than 10 countries and regions in Asia, Europe, North America, and Latin America, attended the conference.

TAC holds its annual conference in Beijing

by Xu Shuyuan November 10, 2019

More than 900 representatives from China’s central government agencies, provinces, municipalities and autonomous regions, Hong Kong and Taiwan, as well as large multinational corporations, universities, research institutes, industry organizations of more than 10 countries and regions in Asia, Europe, North America, and Latin America, attended the conference.

Young Chinese, Indians Call for Mutual Learning

by Hu Zhoumeng September 30, 2019

Youth talks inspired thoughts on reducing stereotypes, deepening mutual understanding, and bringing China and India closer.

China-India People-to-People Exchanges: Status Quo and Future Trends

by Luo Shaoqin May 14, 2019

As a communication conduit between China and India in the field of ¡®low¡¯ politics, cultural and people-to-people exchanges are easier to develop than political and security cooperation.


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BRICS Insights: China-India Role in BRICS

by Chen Jianqi October 15, 2016

China and India are expected to join hands to produce more dynamism for the common development of the BRICS.


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BRICS Insights: BRICS of a Multipolar World

by Shraddha Naik October 15, 2016

BRICS has provided an ideal platform for its members to address issues regarding the establishment of a new political and economic order.


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BRICS Insights: Consolidation, a Priority in Goa

by Oliver Stuenkel October 14, 2016

Institutionalization has advanced far more than any Western mainstream analysts would have expected.


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Toward Goa, a Romantic Coastal State

by China India Dialogue October 14, 2016

Sitting at southwestern coast of India, Goa, the country’s richest state, boasts best quality of life in India. People there enjoy cultural diversity and coastal beauty.


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BRICS Timeline

by China India Dialogue October 13, 2016

The BRICS mechanism aims to boost the rise of developing nations as a whole, reform the international currency and financial system, and balance development of the world economy.


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Perspectives on BRICS Nations

by China India Dialogue October 12, 2016

BRICS countries are all emerging economies with vast territories, large populations, rich resources and great economic potential.


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Bollywood Brotherhood

by Sudeshna Sarkar October 10, 2016

The partnership between Chinese and Indian film shows how BRICS movies can get more bouquets.


Increased mutual understanding between the peoples will result in less misreading and misjudgment, and will also further strengthen their diplomatic relationship.


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Goa in October: Good Ground for a New Beginning

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.


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China-India Relations: Changed and Unchanged

by Hu shisheng September 30, 2016

New Delhi's Dilemma Lies on How to Choose Between Cooperation and Competition in Its Policies toward China.