The presidents of China and the Republic of Korea shared their nations' concerns over Japan's new military policy on Friday, days after Tokyo announced a landmark shift in its military stance.
With the rise of China's influence and development of Sino-ROK relations, many Chinese elements can be found in this neighboring country.
Chinese first lady Peng Liyuan, accompanied by South Korean officials, visited the ancient Changdeokgung Palace in Seoul on July 3.
China and South Korea maritime demarcation talks will start in 2015, with the goal of eliminating one of the few concerns in the ties.
China and South Korea plan to directly trade their currencies, marking a step forward in the renminbi's internationalization.
Upon arrival in Seoul, President Xi Jinping says he looks forward to exchanging in-depth views with South Korean President Park Geun-hye.
South Korea's President Park Geun-hye delivers an address at Tsinghua University during her state visit to China in Beijing June 29, 2013.
High-level talks between the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and the Republic of Korea ended on Friday with a rare agreement to go ahead as planned with a reunion for divided families, despite the DPRK's objections to overlapping ROK-US military drills.
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