He did not directly address Facebook's apparent decision to give some of the world's most popular apps special access to friend lists and other personal information that many people want to keep private.
He observed and experienced aboriginal life for nearly 30 years after becoming captivated by aboriginal rock paintings during his first trip to Australia in 1988.
He is known and feared by many pickpockets, robbers and drug users in Taiyuan, capital of Shanxi province.
He became more understanding after putting himself in the position of people from outside the city.
He hailed the outstanding achievements of the China-Arab States Cooperation Forum and underlined the need for the two sides to use the ninth ministerial meeting of the forum, which is set for later this year, as an opportunity to raise a unified voice on developments that affect the region.
He believed the Chinese government and healthcare industry will invest a large sum of money in enhancing data efficiency to obtain data more quickly and reliably in the aftermath of the pandemic.
He has said that he will only hold votes on measures when President Donald Trump outlines what he will support. Trump, on the other hand, at first vowed to support more restrictive gun laws, but later reportedly went silent after conversations with gun supporters.
He feels deeply about the country's urbanization as well as industrialization. "When I left Beijing for New York City back in 2016, cash was king, and when I returned in 2018, China had almost gone cashless," he said.
He expressed his view that through the close cooperation of the media of the two countries, mutual understanding and mutual trust will be deepened, and friendly exchanges and pragmatic cooperation between the two peoples will be further consolidated.
He later tweeted that "nothing has been agreed to yet."