This year's Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation meeting (APEC) yielded outcomes for China and the US that both countries are "very happy with", according to US officials.
Applying some strategic ambiguity in the South China Sea would be useful to ensure the stability and prosperity in the Asia-Pacific.
Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation is meant to liberalize many profitable fields: free trade, innovative growth, and land and sea connectivity.
Unlike the American Dream, the millennia-old Confucian culture and civilizational identity have been embedded into Xi's policy for national rejuvenation.
China is a leading member of the international community and has fulfilled all its responsibilities in that capacity.
President Obama has only two years of his eight-year presidency left but that's enough time for a more original, deeper contribution to the China-US history book than he has made so far.
President Xi's upcoming meeting with his US counterpart Barack Obama during the APEC conference will consolidate future Sino-US ties.
After more than two years of a deepening freeze, relations between Beijing and Tokyo are currently undergoing a thaw.
China has never been as confident of its reform and opening-up as it is today. As host of the APEC conference, China is ready to play a more active role for the prosperity of the Asia-Pacific region and APEC's development.
Joining in a fierce and chaotic competition for a printed copy of the APEC outcome documents was the last thing I would have expected while sitting in the media section on Tuesday afternoon, waiting for President Xi Jinping’s news conference.
Like deja-vu, Chinese President Xi Jinping and his US counterpart, Barack Obama, strolled side by side and conversed -- this time in chilly weather in Beijing.
During the ongoing Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum meetings here, the highly-expected talks between Chinese President Xi Jinping and his US counterpart Barack Obama have been put under a global spotlight.