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Chinese minister shows wit in his language

[2015-03-08 20:43]

Foreign Minister Wang Yi was refreshingly amicable during his second ministerial appearance at a NPC press conference, where he bombarded journalists with penetrating comments and popular taglines or catchphrases.

Highlights of Foreign Minister's press conference

[2015-03-08 15:07]

Foreign Minister Wang Yi gives a press conference at the third session of China's 12th National People's Congress in Beijing on March 8, 2015. He spoke on a wide range of topics, including "Belt and Road" initiatives, bilateral relations with the United States, Japan and others, South China Sea issue.

Chinese FM calls on relevant countries to help resume Six-Party Talks

[2015-03-08 14:58]

China calls on all countries involved in the Korean Peninsula to exercise calm and restraint, and say and do things that will help resume the Six-Party Talks.

High hopes for Indian leader's visit

[2015-03-08 14:56]

Foreign Minister Wang Yi expressed high hopes for Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's expected visit to China this year and said the two neighbors should strengthen cooperation toward the settlement of their boundary question.

Remove 'breeding ground' to fight terrorism: Chinese FM

[2015-03-08 14:52]

The key to fighting terrorism is to remove its breeding ground, Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Sunday.

FM dismisses blame on China's land reclamation in South China Sea

[2015-03-08 14:42]

Responding to recent criticisms about China's land reclamation in the South China Sea, Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Sunday that the country "has every right to do things that are lawful and justified".

China wants more steady global order in right direction, FM says

[2015-03-08 14:39]

China wants to join hands with other nations to make the international order more steady in the right direction.

Cyberspace should be new co-op frontier for China, US: FM

[2015-03-08 14:30]

Cyberspace should become a new frontier for bilateral cooperation between China and the United States, rather than a new source of frictions, Foreign Minister Wang Yi said Sunday.