The Second Silk Road International Culture Forum, which kicked off here Tuesday, is expected to consolidate cooperation through cultural exchanges under the framework of "Belt and Road."
High-level officials and influential experts gathered here on Monday and started to discuss European perspectives on China`s ambitious "Belt and Road" initiatives, or the New Silk Road strategy.
On September 7, 2013, during a speech on China’s Central Asia strategy at the Nazarbayev University in Astana, Kazakhstan, President Xi Jinping proposed that China and Central Asian countries build an “economic belt along the Silk Road”, a trans-Eurasian spanning from the Pacific Ocean to the Baltic Sea. Xi said the proposed economic belt is inhabited by “close to 3 billion people and represents the biggest market in the world with unparalleled potential”. To create the new economic belt, Xi sug
Britain and China are expected to improve bilateral maritime cooperation in the "Belt and Road" initiative, chairman of Maritime London Lord Mountevans said Wednesday.
The Chinese method is known as the scientific path. It means policies will be researched, tested and then developed. So the Silk Roads have been in the planning for several decades. It is part of the context of creating a moderately prosperous nation by 2049 based upon Socialism with Chinese Characteristics. Clearly as China moved 4/500 million peasants off the land to the towns and cities and created a manufacturing global capability and a service industry to match, a new vision of a nations de
This is part 3 of The Pacific Dialogue, between veteran Chinese diplomat Ambassador He Yafei and long-time American scholar on China Professor David Lampton. The dialogue took place on June 25, 2020, and was moderated by China-US Focus Editor-at-Large James Chau. The conversation focuses on the June 17 talks in Honolulu, Hawaii, between U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and China’s top diplomat, Yang Jiechi, the first high-ranking meeting between the two powers in months. He Yafei sees the talks as the beginning of renewed positive momentum, while Professor David Lampton calls for more dialogue across the board between government agencies, businesses and ordinary people.