China, ASEAN can build on the good momentum in their relations to push forward the realization of a community of shared destiny.
China and Myanmar are set to give a fresh push to their robust ties, with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang paying an official visit to the neighboring country on Friday.
It's been dubbed the "ASEAN car" -- the idea that the Southeast Asian countries could collaborate on the production of a vehicle for their region, and for wider export.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang will attend a series of leaders' meetings on East Asia cooperation during his visit this week to Myanmar.
China's diplomacy toward its neighboring countries would contribute to the steady growth of the region's bilateral and multi-lateral ties of cooperation, said Myanmar presidential spokesman U Ye Htut in a recent interview with Xinhua.
Asia-Pacific economies will count on enhanced regional connectivity to stimulate trade and attract investment as they pursue decisive measures to improve regional economic integration.
The meeting between Chinese President Xi Jinping and Republic of Korea President Park Geun-hye scheduled for later this week will be the fifth between the two leaders in the past year.
East Asia is one of the most economically advanced regions in the world, but it has not witnessed sufficient economic cooperation between the region's countries.