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  • Former Japanese PM: The shrine should be shunned

    "A prime minister’s pilgrimage to the shrine means that Japan goes back on its political pledge. He should not show up there," the former Japanese Prime Minister Tomiichi Murayama told China Daily reporter Cai Hong during an exclusive interview in Japan earlier this month.

  • A new Barbados-China Connection

    China and Barbados established diplomatic relations in 1977. Both countries maintained close political relations with frequent high-level visits and people to people exchanges.

  • Wuxi's sister-ctiy relationship

    The head of the Foreign Affairs Office of the city of Wuxi, Chen Minghui, speaks with a China Daily reporter about the development of its sister-city relations around the world and provides a brief introduction to the personal exchanges that the program brings every year.

  • Brooklyn CEO casts wide NBA net in China

    Brett Yormark, CEO of the Brooklyn Nets and the team’s home arena, the Barclays Center, arrives straight from Beijing’s Capital Airport and flies right into an interview.

  • Former Slovenia president lectures in China

    Danilo Türk, who served as the President of Slovenia between December 2007 and December 2012, will start lecturing at Xiamen starting July 21.

  • Inside China's military melting pot

    Whampoa, China's first modern military academy, founded 90 years ago, was a beacon of liberation and the training ground of many of China's best-known revolutionaries during the following three decades.

  • China and Malta to sign MOU

    "China and Malta share the same interests and such a sound relationship should be pushed further to a new level." Visiting Malta Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said to China Daily during an exclusive interview during his 3-day visit in Beijing.

  • Needed: A 'strong' Chinese economy

    China should complete its transition to a market economy -- through enterprise, land, labor, and financial sector reforms -- strengthen its private sector, open its markets to greater competition and innovation, and ensure equality of opportunity to help achieve its goal of a new structure for economic growth. ...

  • Lawyers in the Internet era

    Small and micro enterprises have become the pillar of the Chinese economy. For them, legal services from law firms can be very expensive compared with their comparatively small annual turnover.


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