Beijing won't force New Delhi to accept Belt and Road infrastructure project, says Chinese minister Kong Xuanyou
Chinese vice foreign minister Kong Xuanyou said China does not think it is important whether India accepts China’s Belt and Road infrastructure project and China won’t force it to
China unveils new cabinet to run revamped govt under President Xi Jinping; Wei Fenghe appointed as defence minister
China appointed a whole new set of top officials, including a defence minister, to head a revamped government, days after Xi Jinping began his second five-year tenure
Chinese president Xi Jinping met with Myanmar’s top military general in Beijing on Friday and discussed China’s support amid international criticism
Southeast Asian nations will not take a relative calm in the dispute over the South China Sea for granted, according to a draft of a statement to be issued during a summit meeting in Manila
Xi Jinping addresses China's first overseas military base in Djibouti, asks troops to 'promote peace and stability'
Troops serving at China’s first overseas military base, in Djibouti, should help promote peace and stability, President Xi Jinping told them in a video chat
Li Qiang, an ally of Xi Jinping, has been named the top Communist Party official in Shanghai, replacing Han Zheng who joined the Politburo Standing Committee
China's neo-Maoists welcome Xi Jinping's 'new era' of socialism, but refuse to put him on same pedestal as Mao Zedong
A fringe group of hard-line conservatives who long for the way things were under communist China’s founding leader, Mao Zedong, have welcomed President Xi Jinping’s "new era" of socialism
Xi Jinping urges US to avoid rhetoric with North Korea after Donald Trump says his military is 'locked and loaded'
Xi Jinping urged US president Donald Trump to avoid rhetoric that could inflame tensions with North Korea as an escalating war of words raised global alarm.
Tanks, missile launchers and chanting troops greeted President Xi Jinping in a potent display of Chinese military might on Friday as part of his Hong Kong visit.
Banned items for reporters covering Xi Jinping's Hong Kong visit: Umbrellas, pens, fruit... and cyanide
Opium, umbrellas and fruit were all banned for reporters covering Chinese president Xi Jinping's visit to a military parade in Hong Kong on Friday
The pub's landlord Steve Hollings told AFP that Cameron and Xi had chatted for around three-quarters of an hour and had been "extremely friendly".
China on Wednesday said it was keen to strive for "more progress" on the resolution of the boundary dispute with India during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit here next week.
The Modi government's China policy is slowly becoming clear. It is seeking to deepen economic cooperation, settle the boundary dispute while trying to enhance its strategic influence in Asia.