US, Chinese Presidents to Meet Again Tuesday

U.S. President Barack Obama is to hold a second round of bilateral talks with Chinese President Hu Jintao Tuesday in Beijing, as the two sides tackle tough economic issues and other matters. The two leaders are expected to discuss trade, China’s controversial currency policy, climate change and the nuclear programs of Iran and North Korea. […]

President Barack Obama Shanghai Speech and Dialogue (Full Text Script 2009奥巴马上海演讲/对话中英文全文)

Remarks by President Barack Obama at Town Hall Meeting with Future Chinese Leaders Museum of Science and Technology, Shanghai, China Full Video Clip Download MP4 (720MB) Download MP3 (53MB) The Missing Parts of Chinese translation 1:18 P.M. CST PRESIDENT OBAMA: Good afternoon. It is a great honor for me to be here in Shanghai, and […]

Beijing Watch Party for President’s Town Hall

As President Obama spoke in Shanghai to four hundred-plus Chinese youth, many thousands more young (and not so young) people throughout China attended the event virtually in classrooms, coffee houses, living rooms, and at “watch parties” organized by the U.S. Embassy and Consulates. Some events were hosted by Fulbright professors or Chinese exchange program alumni […]

Obama Meets With Chinese Leaders

President Barack Obama has met with his Chinese counterpart in Beijing, after emphasizing the importance of freedom of information in a question and answer session with college students in Shanghai. President Obama’s first order of business in Beijing was to meet with China’s president, Hu Jintao, at the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse for talks and dinner. […]

President Barack Obama Shanghai Speech and Dialogue (Video & Full Text Script 2009奥巴马上海演讲/对话视频与中英文全文)

Remarks by President Barack Obama at Town Hall Meeting with Future Chinese Leaders Museum of Science and Technology, Shanghai, China Download MP4 (720MB) Download MP3 (53MB) 1:18 P.M. CST PRESIDENT OBAMA: Good afternoon. It is a great honor for me to be here in Shanghai, and to have this opportunity to speak with all of […]

Obama in China ( Live from Shanghai )

http://www.whitehouse.gov/live Obama met the students from Universities in Shanghai at 12:45 Beijing Time. Some highlights in his speech and the following dialogue: 1, Obama said “I never use twitter.” (But he had a verified account @ twitter.com/BARACKOBAMA ) 2, Question from Internet users on freedom of Internet access. 3, Accent of Chinese students when speaking […]

James Lilley died Thursday in Washington

James R. Lilley, former U.S. ambassador to China, died Thursday at a Washington hospital. He was 81. U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton issued a statement, praised his contributions to promote relations between the United States and East Asian countries. While among all the former ambassadors to China, James Lilley was the most unwelcome people […]

Hu Shuli Founded Her New Management Consulting Co.,Ltd.

The news from ThatsMetro.com revealed that Hu Shuli, former chief editor of Caijing Magazine and her fellow team registered a new company named Beijing Zhidianyuanfu (智点原富: Intellectual Pivot Points & Origins of Fortune) Management Consulting Co.,Ltd in 2008. Industrial and commercial registration information shows that the majority of investors are journalists and managers from Caijing […]

From Caijing to Caixin – Don’t Die Before You’re Dead

Rumors run wild through media over the team resignation of Caijing Magazine and the battle for control and leadership in China’s most successful business magazine. Around 11 October, resignations were submitted by over two-thirds of the 100 or so employees in the business department, including Caijing general manager Daphne Wu Chuanhui and eight of her […]

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