Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi speaks at Tsinghua University, one of China's most prestigious universities, in Beijing, on his second day of state visit to China, on Friday. Modi started his speech by saying in Chinese that "I'm very happy to come to Tsinghua.Is my Chinese speaking OK?" Students replied "OK".
Without any doubt, Xi'an found favor with foreign leaders for its rich history, strong cultural atmosphere and dynamic economy in recent years. Let’s have a look at the must-dos for visiting heads of states in the city.
In this photograph taken and released by The Indian Press Information Bureau (PIB) on May 14, 2015, India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi waves on his arrival at Xi'an Xiangyang International Airport in Xi'an, Shaanxi province.
Without any doubt, Xi’an found favor with foreign leaders for its rich history and strong cultural atmosphere. Let’s get a glimpse of the attractions in the city, following in the steps of the foreign leaders.
Manorama Kotnis, the 93-year-old younger sister of an old friend of the Chinese people, the late Dr Dwarkanath Kotnis, traveled from Mumbai to New Delhi to meet visiting President Xi Jinping on Friday.