The first summit between Chinese President Xi Jinping and his U.S. counterpart, Barack Obama, yielded fruitful results and has set a positive tone for the future development of bilateral relations.
Chinese analysts on Sunday hailed the latest China-US commitment to build a new type of relationship between big powers.
The first summit between Chinese President Xi Jinping and his US counterpart, Barack Obama, is "positive" as the leaders of the world's two biggest economies started establishing personal ties
Political pundits across the world are trying to decipher the significance of his unprecedented informal summit with US President Barack Obama over the weekend.
The meeting between Xi Jinping and Barack Obama marked a meaningful step forward in forging a new type of relations between China and the US.
Chinese President Xi Jinping's three-country tour through Latin America and the Caribbean will boost ties between China and the region and open a new chapter in the history of their relations
One of the smartest things the Obama administration did in 2012 was to invite then-Chinese Vice-President Xi Jinping for an extensive visit to the United States.
It's important that the summit meeting between President Xi Jinping and President Barack Obama produces greater trust between the two men and even friendship
It is heartening to see President Xi's visit to Trinidad and Tobago, has already achieved eye-catching results. With the two sides poised to mark next year's 40th anniversary of their diplomatic ties, Xi's visit, the first by a Chinese president, has historic significance as it has lifted bilateral relations and mutually beneficial cooperation to a new height.
Upcoming talks between Xi and Obama can pave the way for constructing a new type of relationship between powers.
The last few years have been tough on US-China relations, and distrust over long-term intentions has grown on both sides.