President Xi Jinping's just-concluded two-day visit to South Korea has boosted ties and contributed to regional peace and stability, analysts say.
Xi Jinping's just-concluded two-day visit to South Korea has further promoted bilateral ties and contributed to regional peace and stability.
While President Xi Jinping and his Republic of Korea host Park Geun-hye exchanged laughter and oversaw the signing of a number of deals to cement relations, the bilateral meeting was really a conference of five protagonists, with the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Japan and the United States watching closely from afar.
Chinese President Xi Jinping said here Friday that China-South Korea relations, experiencing over two decades of sound development, has brought tangible benefits to each other.
South Korean President Park Geun-hye said on Friday that the year 2015 is very meaningful for both her country and China since it marks the 70 anniversary of their separate victory over Japanese aggression.
President Xi Jinping calls for China and South Korea to enhance cooperation in service industry, new material and new energy resources.
South Korean President Park Geun-hye and Chinese President Xi Jinping share worries about Japan's attempt to expand the self-defense right.
China and South Korea share similar experiences in history and common concern as well, President Xi Jinping says in Seoul.
Leading retailers in South Korean capital Seoul made no secret of their delight at President Xi Jinping's visit to South Korea, or rather the chance to attract high-spending Chinese customers.
Chinese first lady Peng Liyuan, accompanied by South Korean officials, visited the ancient Changdeokgung Palace in Seoul on July 3.
President Xi Jinping aptly used sayings and poems to convey his ideas in an article for South Korean media that was published on Thursday.
Stocks related to China’s northeastern region jumped on Thursday, on hopes of benefiting from closer China-South Korea economic ties.