Tiangon I – The Western Media Rumor-Mill at Work

Recently, western media such as the Guardian, New York Post, and CBS News have all been commenting on China’s Tiangong I space lab, reporting claims that it is “out of control” and will crash land on the mid-low latitudes of the Earth.

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China and Europe: Opening New Cooperation Perspectives

2017 is of great political importance for China and the countries of the European Union. Sino-European economic and trade relations tended to experience a significant structural readjustment, requiring greater cooperation and innovation between the two sides to create new opportunities and solve new problems.

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China’s Bigger Role in Globalization

Steve Howard, secretary general of the Australia-based Global Foundation, said “This is an era that will see China move closer to the center of the world and make more contributions to humankind.”

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Exclusive: Interview with French President Emmanuel Macron

China.org.cn had an exclusive interview with the French president right before his visit. Macron spoke on a host of topics, including the two countries’ diplomatic ties, China’s Belt and Road Initiative, global anti-terrorism operations, international cooperation and solutions for climate change.

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China to Optimize the Business Environment

Improving the business environment for Chinese enterprises should not be a paper exercise; it must be acted upon. The State Council has provided clarity on how to make Chinese entrepreneurs feel more “secure”.

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China is not a Threat

China has recently introduced the Chengdu J-20 and Xi’an Y-20 Military Transport Aircraft, launched the H-20 test flight, accelerated the deployment of the BeiDou Navigation Satellite System (BDS), developed the successful Quantum Anti-stealth Radar, and launched its new type large destroyer. At this backdrop, the “China threat” theory is on the rise again in western countries.

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China Accelerates All-Round Opening-Up

The Central Economic Work Conference highlighted the importance of three baseline tasks and eight major tasks, and made specific requirements to lay down the critical foundations and guarantee for the economic work for the coming year and future years.

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Xi stresses real combat training

Xi, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee and chairman of the Central Military Commission (CMC), made the remarks while issuing an order at a mobilization meeting held by the commission.

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Striving for Quality

By setting forth that the country’s economy will be characterized by more innovative manufacturing, a securer financial system, a more open and green economy, more affordable housing and improved standards of living for the people, the annual Central Economic Work Conference in fact mapped out a blueprint for China’s development over the next 30 years and beyond.

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