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HONG KONG, Feb. 5 (Xinhua) -- The relationship between the United States and China has been growing despite potential friction over trade and other issues, said Clark T. Randt Jr., former U.S. ambassador to China, at a lecture in Hong Kong on Friday.Randt said the potential trade friction, which should not be surprising given the dire economic situation and the upcoming mid- term elections in the United States, was more likely to come from the Congress rather than the administration.Randt, who had been U.S. ambassador to China from July 2001 to January 2009, said it was not surprising that the two countries should have disagreements given the differences in history, culture and the values."But the important thing is to keep in mind ... the awareness on both sides of the very important strategic interests we share," he added.The leaders in both Washington and Beijing understand that the two countries share strategic interests on many topics, Randt said, adding that he was "sure that the United States policy towards China has not changed.""More and more Americans are trying to know China, though the Chinese people still know the United States better than the Americans know China. There are currently 11,000 to 12,000 Americans studying in Beijing," he said.

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BEIJING, Jan. 27 (Xinhua) -- Chinese President Hu Jintao concluded a three-day tour to the quake-hit Shaanxi Province on Tuesday, calling for more efforts to beef up reconstruction with high quality.Hu spoke highly of the infrastructure reconstruction after the severe earthquake in 2008 and urged local authority to spare no effort and complete the work with high quality.  Chinese President Hu Jintao (C Front) talks with local residents during visit to high-rise residential buildings, which used to be a shanty community in Beilin District in Xi'an, northwest China's Shaanxi Province, Jan. 25, 2010. Hu concluded a three-day tour to the quake-hit Shaanxi Province on Tuesday, calling for more efforts to beef up reconstruction with high quality. He said the rebuilding should comply with long-term development, and should be environmental-friendly and be able to shield against earthquake and natural disaster.During his visit to a local auto plant and an electrical facilities producer, Hu asked enterprises to enhance innovation and sharpen their competitiveness.  Chinese President Hu Jintao (2nd R) listens to introduction during his inspection at a local auto plant in northwest China's Shaanxi Province, Jan. 25, 2010.As he inspected an aerospace research institute, Hu said the aerospace industry is of strategic importance and plays an increasingly important role in the competition of national strength.He encouraged researchers to contribute more to human being's peaceful use of outer space.During a visit to high-rise residential buildings, which used to be a shanty community in Beilin District in Xi'an, Hu ordered local authorities to step up transformation of of shanty towns to provide more new homes for needy residents.Hu also urged upgrading industrial structure and reducing energy consumption and pollution to protect the environment amid efforts to strike a balance between maintaining a stable and relatively fast economic growth and transforming the growth mode.He also urged boosting innovation capability and expanding public services to improve people's livelihood.During his visit to the Ningqiang County, Hu said the government will continue to help farmers to enhance agricultural production and raise their income.

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Jan. 14 (Xinhua) -- A wood board improvised as a table with all medicine on it -- this is a "mobile hospital" the Chinese rescue team was able to set up to treat those injured in Haiti's capital city Port-au-Prince after the 7.0-magnitude earthquake hit the impoverished Caribbean country on Tuesday.     A large number of injured Haitians have stood in line waiting to be treated by the Chinese doctors on the plaza in front of the quake-affected Prime Minister's Office building. Members of a Chinese emergency rescue team inspect the collapsed building of the headquarters of the UN Stabilization Mission in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Jan. 14, 2010. The Chinese emergency rescue team arrived in Haiti's capital Port-au-Prince early Thursday local time, to help the rescue operation after an earthquake in which up to 100,000 people are feared dead and eight Chinese are still missing. Five patients at a time were carried to the humble "mobile hospital" by volunteers. Most of them suffered physical traumas and the long-time exposed wounds were infected in many of the cases, Hou Shike, chief doctor of the rescue team told Xinhua on Thursday.     The Chinese doctors expressed their sorrow for the lack of medication supplies in Haiti, a country believed to be the poorest of the western hemisphere.     "Doctors and medicine are of great need here," Hou said in a painful tone. With each "Merci (Thank you)" from a cured patient, the medicine that the rescuer brought from China becomes less.     "Now we see the patients are still able to move. But when the infection gets worse, the consequences will be critical," Hou said, apparently worried.     "I hope there are more rescue teams joining us," he said.     China's rescue team arrived in Port-au-Prince on early Thursday morning, with 50 members of the International Rescue Team of China, three rescuer dogs and more than 20 tons of equipment and humanitarian aid.     The Chinese government officials from the Foreign Ministry and Public Security Ministry and media also arrived on a chartered plane. Members of a Chinese emergency rescue team inspect the collapsed building of the headquarters of the UN Stabilization Mission in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Jan. 14, 2010. The Chinese emergency rescue team arrived in Haiti's capital Port-au-Prince early Thursday local time, to help the rescue operation after an earthquake in which up to 100,000 people are feared dead and eight Chinese are still missing. An earthquake of 7.0 magnitude struck Haiti on Tuesday, destroying buildings and basic infrastructures, leaving thousands of people dead and millions affected, including the United Nations' Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH).     It was announced Thursday that a total of four police, 19 soldiers and 13 civilian staff members with the UN mission have died and hundreds of UN personnel unaccounted for.     According to United Nations' statistics, 70 percent of Haiti's population lives in poverty and half of its 8.5 million people are unemployed. The Food and Agriculture Organization has designated Haiti as one of the world's most economically vulnerable countries.

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MOSCOW, Jan. 30 (Xinhua) -- Russia and China have agreed to further tap cooperation potential so as to boost economic and trade ties despite the impact of the global economic crisis.The agreement was reached during a meeting on Thursday between Russian Minister of Regional Development Viktor Basargin and Chinese Ambassador to Russia Li Hui on bilateral economic and trade ties, especially cross-border and regional cooperation.Basargin and Li agreed that the global economic crisis had a negative impact on bilateral economic cooperation, citing a sharp decline in two-way trade.However, they believed that the foundation for bilateral cooperation remained solid. In particular, bilateral investment and economic cooperation have gained strong momentum, and cooperation in such areas as energy, nuclear technology and high-tech have been strengthened.During the meeting, they also said that cross-border and regional cooperation had become an increasingly important part of the China-Russia strategic partnership of cooperation, and played a key role in facilitating regional development and improving the two peoples' welfare.An outline of regional cooperation between Northeast China and the Russian Far East Area and Eastern Siberia, approved by leaders of both countries in 2009, served as guidelines for deepening bilateral cooperation, they said, adding that both sides would cooperate closely and earnestly implement the document in a bid to achieve new accomplishments.They also discussed some specific issues related to cross-border and regional cooperation.

ATHENS, Feb. 14 (Xinhua) -- The central Kotzia square, just opposite to the grandiose Athens City Hall, was turned into a small "Chinese corner" on Sunday, as the Chinese community in Greece, joined by thousands of Greeks, celebrated the Chinese Lunar New Year with a magnificent and colorful event.For the first time in Greece, Chinese expatriates hosted an open party to celebrate the Spring Festival, which this year coincided with Valentine's Day and the end of carnival in Greece, their "second mother country" as they described.Greek kung fu students perform lion dance during a celebration for the Chinese New Year in Athens, Greece, on Feb. 14, 2010"Spring and Harmony -- One Family, One Love" was the main title of the festivities that brought together thousands of Chinese who work hard and live peacefully in Athens for years and enthusiastic Greeks who wished their new friends "Kali Hronia," which means " Happy New Year" in Greek.Under red lanterns and drawings of Chinese zodiac signs hanging high, Greeks and Chinese enjoyed together a four-hour event which included performances of Greek and Chinese folk music and dances, Tai Ji and Kong Fu presentations, as well as recitation of poems on Spring, friendship and love.Representatives of the Chinese community in Greece present to Mayor of the City of Athens Nikitas Kaklamanis an honorary banner for his hospitality during a celebration for the Chinese New Year in Athens, Greece, on Feb. 14, 2010"I thank Greeks for their warm hospitality and I wish Athens and Greece, the birthplace of western civilization, every success and progress in this New Year," said the Chinese ambassador to Greece, Luo Linquan, while addressing the gathering."I wish 2010 will bring hope, love and development to both people," Mayor of the City of Athens Nikitas Kaklamanis said in his address, stressing that friendship and cooperation between Greece and China, two cradles of civilizations in the eastern and western world, flourishes through centuries in the benefit of all.The mayor and the ambassador exchanged wishes in Greek and Chinese and kicked off the event by drawing the eyes of the "lions " of the International Shaolin Kong Fu Federation School of Thessaloniki, who performed the traditional lion dance, spreading joy, and hopefully good luck and happiness to the audience.Greek kung fu students give a performance during a celebration for the Chinese New Year in Athens, Greece, on Feb. 14, 2010.The aim of the whole event was after all, as Xu Weichun, president of the Trade and Commerce Chamber of Chinese in Greece, explained, that Chinese living in Greece will have an opportunity to share with their Greek friends the joy of the coming of spring and new year and express to Greek society a deep gratitude for a warm welcome to Chinese.Many Athenians attending the party were amazed at the expression of love by the Chinese people toward Greece and Greek civilization."Our Chinese friends are full of pleasant surprises. Never in my life would I thought that in the center of Athens I could see Chinese ladies sing Greek folk songs and perform folk dances with such passion," Maria Evangelou, a Greek elementary school teacher, told Xinhua.Businessman Giorgos Konstantinopoulos, a few steps further, was deeply touched by the Chinese community's initiative to donate all the money raised through a lottery to a local center for homeless people. "It is so funny to realize that Chinese people are so similar to Greeks. Full of life and caring, they support fellow citizens in need," he said.Young Tina and Gianna, high school students from Piraeus port, were so excited with the Chinese sounds, food and philosophy they encountered for the first time this Sunday noon, that they are thinking about attending the Business Confucius Institute in Athens to learn more about the language and the culture of China.Nine year old Andreas, who was dressed as a pirate for the carnival, felt sorry he didn't wear a tiger costume. "I heard today that Chinese celebrate the year of the tiger in 2010 and that tiger is the symbol of strength. Much better than a pirate! Maybe next year. Kali Hronia!"

BEIJING, Jan. 8 (Xinhua) -- The move by the United States of selling arms to Taiwan brings chilly air to the warming China-U.S. relationship as well as military exchanges.The U.S. government on Friday announced the plans to sell a package of arms to Taiwan, which include Patriot missiles, Black Hawk helicopters and minesweepers. China immediately expressed strong indignation about the sale after the U.S. government notified the U.S. Congress of the plans.China slammed the U.S. move, pointing out it has violated the three Sino-US joint communiques, especially the principles established in the Joint Communique on Aug. 17, 1982, which stated that the U.S. would not seek to carry out a long-term policy of arms sales to Taiwan, and intended to gradually reduce arms sale.According to a press release of the Foreign Ministry, China has decided to partially halt the exchange programs between the militaries of the two countries, as well as the vice-ministerial consultation on strategic security, arms control and anti-proliferation, which was originally scheduled to be held soon.The two militaries had been expected to launch more exchanges in 2010, which include U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates' visit to China and mutual visits of warships.Qian Lihua, director of the Defense Ministry's Foreign Affairs Office, on Saturday summoned the defense attache of the U.S. Embassy in Beijing to lodge a stern protest."We reserve the right of taking further actions," he noted.The U.S. move cast a shadow over the military ties between China and the Untied States, which have seen a warming trend since U.S. President Barack Obama took office.The two countries held the latest round of defense consultations in Beijing in June, which were suspended for 18 months after the then outgoing Bush administration announced a 6.5-billion-U.S.-dollar arms package for Taiwan.At the first U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue held in Washington D.C. in July, the two countries agreed to expand military exchanges at various levels.Vice Chairman of China's Central Military Commission (CMC) Xu Caihou visited the United States from Oct. 24 to Nov. 3, the first senior Chinese military leader to visit the country since Obama assumed the presidency.These hard-won rising military exchanges resulted from consensus reached by the two heads of state on a sound and healthy development of bilateral ties, but at the same time they require cautiously handling of the sensitive issues like arms sale to Taiwan, the first and foremost obstacle of military ties.When U.S. President Barack Obama visited Beijing in November, China and the United States issued a joint statement, pledging that the two countries would "take concrete steps" to advance "sustained and reliable" military-to-military relations."I am very pleased with the reduction of tensions and improvement of the cross-strait relations," said Obama during a dialogue with Chinese youth in Shanghai.However, the arms sale deal apparently runs counter to the commitments the U.S. side have made.As one of the most important bilateral relationships in the world, a sound China-U.S. relationship not only conforms to the fundamental interests of the two peoples, but is also conducive to peace, stability and prosperity in the Asia-Pacific region and the world at large.Now the U.S. side should take the responsibility for the halt of military exchanges between the two countries, which may subsequently deal a blow to bilateral ties.

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WASHINGTON, Jan. 23 (Xinhua) -- U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, in a recent bold speech here, criticized China's policies on Internet administration and insinuated that China restricts Internet freedom.Clinton's statement, which were inconsistent with the facts, is clearly yet another example of the double standards that the United States applies.As is widely recognized, freedom is always relative, and such is also the case with Internet freedom. Through years of development, the Internet has been closely connected with people, bringing both convenience and threats. The threats include Internet-based crimes and pornography.It is common practice for countries, including the United States, to take necessary measures to administer the Internet according to their own laws and regulations.The Internet is also restricted in the United States when it comes to information concerning terrorism, porn, racial discrimination and other threats to society.Shortly after the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, the U.S. Congress approved the Patriot Act to grant its security agencies the right to search telephone and e-mail communications in the name of anti-terrorism. The move aroused a great deal of controversy far and wide.U.S. authorities have also taken measures, such as installing supervision software and imposing grave punishments, to curb Internet child porn, a serious crime in the country.The United States often gossips about other countries' policies on administering the Internet, but at the same time it takes similar measures to minimize the spread of illegal information. That shows that the United States takes a strict line with other countries, but not with itself.Clinton in her speech also talked of Google's threat to quit China due to what the company said were "cyber attacks of varying degrees on a regular basis."As a matter of fact, the U.S. was the first country to introduce the concept of cyber warfare and then put it into practice. The country also developed a new type of troops -- cyber troops.The Pentagon has adopted several measures to beef up the military's cyber warfare capacity, according to American media reports last year. In June, Defense Secretary Robert Gates issued an order to establish a new military cyber command dedicated to coordinating the Pentagon's efforts to defend its networks and conduct cyber warfare. The command was expected to be fully operational by October this year.So, it is quite hypocritical to point one's finger at others without proper justification while managing to strengthen one's own cyber warfare capacity.Necessary regulation of the Internet is a consensus of the entire international community for the sake of healthy development of the Internet. No responsible country takes a laissez-faire attitude towards the use of the Internet.It is an operational norm observable by all foreign-funded enterprises to respect and comply with laws and regulations as well as public interests and the cultural tradition of the host country.Noting that most countries exert some sort of control over information,Microsoft Chief Executive Steve Ballmer said Friday his company must comply with the laws and customs of any country where it does business.The U.S. move to make Internet freedom an issue just indicates its continued application of double standards. People just wish that the United States will respect facts and treat others equally. It is not acceptable for someone to assume for themselves the high moral ground and arbitrarily make baseless charges against others.

WASHINGTON, Jan. 23 (Xinhua) -- U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, in a recent bold speech here, criticized China's policies on Internet administration and insinuated that China restricts Internet freedom.Clinton's statement, which were inconsistent with the facts, is clearly yet another example of the double standards that the United States applies.As is widely recognized, freedom is always relative, and such is also the case with Internet freedom. Through years of development, the Internet has been closely connected with people, bringing both convenience and threats. The threats include Internet-based crimes and pornography.It is common practice for countries, including the United States, to take necessary measures to administer the Internet according to their own laws and regulations.The Internet is also restricted in the United States when it comes to information concerning terrorism, porn, racial discrimination and other threats to society.Shortly after the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, the U.S. Congress approved the Patriot Act to grant its security agencies the right to search telephone and e-mail communications in the name of anti-terrorism. The move aroused a great deal of controversy far and wide.U.S. authorities have also taken measures, such as installing supervision software and imposing grave punishments, to curb Internet child porn, a serious crime in the country.The United States often gossips about other countries' policies on administering the Internet, but at the same time it takes similar measures to minimize the spread of illegal information. That shows that the United States takes a strict line with other countries, but not with itself.Clinton in her speech also talked of Google's threat to quit China due to what the company said were "cyber attacks of varying degrees on a regular basis."As a matter of fact, the U.S. was the first country to introduce the concept of cyber warfare and then put it into practice. The country also developed a new type of troops -- cyber troops.The Pentagon has adopted several measures to beef up the military's cyber warfare capacity, according to American media reports last year. In June, Defense Secretary Robert Gates issued an order to establish a new military cyber command dedicated to coordinating the Pentagon's efforts to defend its networks and conduct cyber warfare. The command was expected to be fully operational by October this year.So, it is quite hypocritical to point one's finger at others without proper justification while managing to strengthen one's own cyber warfare capacity.Necessary regulation of the Internet is a consensus of the entire international community for the sake of healthy development of the Internet. No responsible country takes a laissez-faire attitude towards the use of the Internet.It is an operational norm observable by all foreign-funded enterprises to respect and comply with laws and regulations as well as public interests and the cultural tradition of the host country.Noting that most countries exert some sort of control over information,Microsoft Chief Executive Steve Ballmer said Friday his company must comply with the laws and customs of any country where it does business.The U.S. move to make Internet freedom an issue just indicates its continued application of double standards. People just wish that the United States will respect facts and treat others equally. It is not acceptable for someone to assume for themselves the high moral ground and arbitrarily make baseless charges against others.

翡翠的原石挑选

BEIJING, Feb. 11 (Xinhua) -- Senior Chinese leader Zhou Yongkang Thursday called for efforts to ensure the nation's sound development and stability, to ensure the safe operation of the economy.Zhou, a Standing Committee member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, made the remarks after hearing reports from government departments and major enterprises in the transportation and power supply sectors.He stressed the significance of the adjustment of the economic development mode, saying the adjustment would help improve the sectors' development quality and expand their space for development."Our country is still in a stage where conflicts are likely to arise," he said.He asked relevant authorities to handle conflicts and disputes properly, and to boost efforts to prevent them from taking root in the first place by balancing interests and relations between different groups of people.He also called for an "all-out" effort to ensure sound operation during the upcoming Spring Festival holiday and the two national sessions of the country's top legislative and advisory bodies.He asked relevant authorities and companies to guard against workplace and public security accidents, and to ensure supplies of coal, electricity, oil, and gas during the festive period.The Spring Festival, the Chinese lunar New Year begins Sunday this year and the holiday lasts for a week.The annual sessions of the country's legislative and advisory bodies, the National People's Congress (NPC) and the the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), to be held in March, are China's two most important political gatherings

GENEVA, March 17 (Xinhua) -- It's still not the time to talk about sanctions against Iran as the door of diplomacy is still open on finding a compromise over its nuclear program, He Yafei, China's ambassador to the United Nations Office in Geneva, said on Wednesday."I think the door of compromise through negotiations, the door of diplomacy, is not closed," He told reporters."We need to do our best, to exhaust every avenue before we decide on whether we should have new additional sanction measures, " He said.The Chinese ambassador said that Iran, as a member of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), is entitled to the peaceful use of nuclear energy, but the country "should not develop any capability that can produce nuclear weapons.""We certainly do not want to see an Iran with a nuclear weapon capability...China is very much for safeguarding and strengthening the nuclear non-proliferation regime," He said.According to the ambassador, the way out for Iran's nuclear issue is to have a dialogue and to have negotiations with the country.He added that China had been talking to Iran constantly and urging the country to agree to a proposal by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) as a first step to solve the nuclear issue.Under the IAEA proposal, most of Iran's existing low-grade enriched uranium should be shipped to Russia and France, where it would be processed into fuel rods with the purity of 20 percent. The higher-grad nuclear fuel would then be transported back to Iran for the use at a research reactor.The United States and its Western allies have long been accusing Iran of secretly developing nuclear weapons under the disguise of a civilian program. Iran has denied the accusation and stressed its nuclear program is solely for peaceful purposes.Nowadays Western powers are talking about adopting new sanctions on Iran over its nuclear program through a UN resolution.

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