The summit between China and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations will indicate the strategic direction of China-ASEAN relations.
Premier Li Keqiang gives joint written interview to media from ASEAN countries
Information to be conveyed from the 16th China-ASEAN leaders' meeting by leaders of China and the 10 ASEAN member states on how to deepen cooperation in all fields and the direction and principles the two sides should adhere to in growing bilateral relations is worthy of attention.
China seeks to deepen political trust with its Southeast Asian neighbors and upgrade economic cooperation with them, analysts said before Premier Li's visit.
Li leaves for East Asia leaders meetings
China-ASEAN relationship still thrives
A community of common destiny
Premier Li Keqiang gave a joint written interview to media from countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).
Regional security concerns over territorial disputes in the South China Sea might be alleviated or even resolved if economic partnership between ASEAN and China are practically upgraded.
China's relationship with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) remains a priority under the country's new leadership, Foreign Minister Wang Yi said Tuesday.
The 23rd Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Summit, which is to kick off Wednesday, will reaffirm the goal of realizing an ASEAN Community by 2015.
The 23rd ASEAN Summit will open Wednesday, during which leaders from member states are expected to discuss issues concerning the bloc's community building process and ways to increase regional connectivity.
The ASEAN-China Free Trade Area (ACFTA) is a free trade area between the ten ASEAN member states and China.
The 16th China- ASEAN Summit is set to open Wednesday in Brunei's capital of Bandar Seri Begawan, which is expected to further boost bilateral relations in all areas.
Leaders from Southeast Asian countries, China, Japan and the ROK will meet Wednesday at the 16th ASEAN Plus Three and related summits.