President Xi Jinping of China is sending Liu He, his top economic policy maker and a recent addition to the Politburo, to Washington on Tuesday.
BEIJING (Reuters) - A new "super-ministry" set to deepen Chinese President Xi Jinping's war on graft and extend it to all state employees is likely to undermine years of work by Chinese legal reformers to protect the rights of suspects during investigations, according to some Chinese academics.
"President Trump wasted little time in putting his anti-rights rhetoric of discrimination and xenophobia into action," the report claims.
A student called my attention to this cloying glorification of PRC President Xi Jinping: The Chinese title of the video, produced by CCTV (China Central Television [China's state television broadcaster]) is "Ji? guó ti?nxià??????("Family, Nation, All under Heaven") — you can see where that's headed! After fighting off an intensely ròumá ?? ("nauseating") feeling from […]
It's been months since Xi Jinping secured another five years in office and got his second five-year plan through Chinese Communist Party, and he's cleaning house: last week, the Chinese state news agency announced that Lu Wei, one of the most powerful internet policymakers in the world, had been fired, purged from the Party, and would be prosecuted for corruption. (more…)
One of China's elite prisons has become overcrowded with political prisoners in response to President Xi Jinping's increased crackdown on corruption. News of the prisons at-capacity status came at a particularly important time, as the...Show More Summary
NATTY yellow carts whizz tourists around Wenchang space port, a sprawling launch site on the tropical island of Hainan. The brisk tour passes beneath an enormous poster of Xi Jinping, China’s president, then disgorges passengers for photographs not far from a skeletal launch tower. Show More Summary
BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese President Xi Jinping has stressed military modernization and technological advances during meetings with servicemen and women ahead of the Lunar New Year, state media said.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China will banish the "ghosts" of poverty, Chinese President Xi Jinping told villagers in a poor southwestern part of the country during a traditional visit to outlying regions before the Lunar New Year.
Evening Headlines Bloomberg: Sizing Up China’s Debt Bubble: Bloomberg Economics. Over the past decade, China’s credit boom has been the largest factor driving global growth. That may be about to change. President Xi Jinping’s administration is encouraging banks and businesses to start deleveraging. Show More Summary
The detention of Duan Weihong is a sign that President Xi Jinping’s anticorruption campaign may again be closing in on a former top leader.
Chinese President Xi Jinping told British Prime Minister Theresa May on Thursday that their countries should take trade ties to "a new level" as London scouts the globe for fresh partnerships after its contentious EU exit. Hounded by...Show More Summary
Hounded by Brexit rows at home, Prime Minister Theresa May met Chinese President Xi Jinping on Thursday to seek deeper trade ties after Britain leaves the European Union. May began her trip with plans to announce nine billion poundsShow More Summary
Chinese President Xi Jinping has initiated the largest real estate experiment in the world with the aim of controlling the prices of properties. Continue reading China begins the largest real estate experiment in history at Property Portal Watch.
Liu He, an influential adviser to President Xi Jinping of China, pledges in a rare public appearance that Beijing will tame its debt within three years.
The man behind China's economic policy took the stage at Davos on Wednesday, pledging to push forward the country's four-decade reform and further open the country to the world. Liu He, President Xi Jinping's main economic advisor, echoed...Show More Summary
Max Boot paints an accurate portrait of Donald Trump fawning over dictators and authoritarian leaders such as China's Xi Jinping, Russia's Vladimir Putin, Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines and Turkey's Recip Erdogan - while treating democratic leaders of Germany, the UK, Australia and Mexico like dirt. Show More Summary
Rhinos, DVDs, pandas and the Bayeux tapestry – political presents and loans have a long history, says the V&A’s director God, he’s good. After giving the Chinese president, Xi Jinping, an eight-year-old gelding from the French cavalry corps, President Emmanuel Macron has now wowed London with his loan of the Bayeux tapestry. Show More Summary
China's Communist Party proposed on Friday to engrave President Xi Jinping's guiding philosophy in the country's constitution, further cementing his status as its most powerful leader in decades. Xi's eponymous "thought" was alreadyShow More Summary
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's ruling Communist Party will enshrine President Xi Jinping's political thought into the country's constitution, state media said on Friday, further solidifying his power following its addition last year to the party constitution.