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A sneak peek into US state dinner for Xi Jinping

[2015-09-25 05:10]

US President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama will host a state dinner for their much-anticipated guests of Chinese President Xi Jinping and his wife Peng Liyuan following an official Xi-Obama summit slated on Friday.

Highlights of President Xi's speech at welcoming dinner in Seattle

[2015-09-24 18:16]

President Xi Jinping shared his views with US local officials and businessmen on issues including China's stock market and the anti-corruption campaign.

Xi's US state visit has a down home feel

[2015-09-24 14:31]

Although President Xi Jinping is on his first state visit to the United Staes, there is a prevailing impression that the trip is a reunion with old friends.

Xi's speech a home run

[2015-09-24 11:36]

President Xi Jinping's speech in Seattle on Tuesday has been widely applauded by US-based opinion leaders.

Sail into future with mutual benefit and win-win: Lu Wei

[2015-09-24 10:43]

Lu said that China and the US are on the same boat and should cooperate when faced with storms, torrents, reefs and dangerous beaches.

Xi: Stable cyberspace is crucial to world

[2015-09-24 09:51]

President Xi Jinping on Wednesday called for China and the United States to "embark on constructive dialogues regarding the cyber issue".

Full text: Address by Chinese President Xi Jinping at the China-US Governors' Forum

[2015-09-24 09:06]

Chinese President Xi Jinping made an address on Tuesday at the China-US Governors' Forum.

Business leaders, experts applaud Xi's speech in Seattle

[2015-09-24 09:01]

Business leaders, scholars and experts who attended a banquet in Seattle on Tuesday in honor of visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping applauded his speech at the event.

Xi sees great promise for local ties

[2015-09-24 07:59]

He cites environmental protection and agriculture as examples of areas where collaboration will help

Xi-Obama dinners 'a very constructive' way for 2 to engage

[2015-09-24 07:59]

US President Barack Obama feels that dinners with President Xi Jinping in recent years have been the most constructive engagement between the two leaders, according to a senior Obama adviser.