China and US have ended annual talks after reaching agreements in many areas while facing up to differences over cyberspace and South China Sea.
Senior Chinese and US officials wrapped up their two-day high-level talks in Washington Wednesday with substantial outcomes in the strategic, economic and people-to-people fields.
The convening of the China-US high-level talks as scheduled despite recent turbulence in bilateral ties has sent out a reassuring message to those worried passengers on the China-US plane: their safety belts are securely fastened.
China and the United States concluded their largest-scale annual meeting in Washington on Wednesday by announcing hundreds of outcomes in strategic, economic and people-to-people areas.
Top Chinese and US officials wrapped up Wednesday their two-day high-level talks here with substantial outcomes in strategic and economic sectors, as well as people-to-people exchanges.
Beijing and Washington are widening the scope of their discussions by adding new sections to their annual dialogues and consultations.
Chinese Vice-Premier Wang Yang said Monday that the China-US Strategic and Economic Dialogue (S&ED) has helped the world's two largest economies identify and expand common interests and strengthen bilateral relations.
Senior civilian and military officials from China and the United States gathered in Washington on Monday for the 5th China-US Strategic Security Dialogue (SSD) to discuss a host of important, sometime sensitive and controversial issues.
Beijing and Washington will open annual talks on Tuesday that are set to feature several issues, including the South China Sea and climate change.
China and the US are set to start their annual high-level talks here on Tuesday to discuss deepening cooperation on strategic and economic issues as well as people-to-people exchange.
Beijing and Washington will open annual talks on Tuesday that are set to feature issues including the South China Sea and climate change.
China will continue to work closely with the United States and deepen cooperation in medical research and practices to curb cancer and other diseases, Chinese Vice-Premier Liu Yandong said at a meeting with some 20 faculty members and staff at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center on Sunday in Houston.