New round of assistance to Africa will benefit its development and help promote peace and stability across the world.
Chinese scholars have urged the government to deepen reforms and increase the economic resilience as growth in the country has slowed for a sixth quarter.
Three reforms under way in China, transforming the country's exchange rate, interest rate and private capital, should be drawing more attention.
China's 7.8 percent economic growth in the first half has still raised concerns among some people over the gloomy prospect of the economy.
Among the options to stimulate the economy, the quicker solution is to boost investment; the more sustainable one is to boost consumption.
When the Hong Kong stock market, so it seemed, was booming in the 1990s, there was a lone voice in the bubbly financial community prophesizing doom.
China's economic growth is expected to rebound in the second half of 2012 and the country is well on the way to achieving more balanced growth.
China was capable of maintaining a high rate of growth in coming years despite domestic and global economic challenges.
China's goal of building a clean and transparent government will take some time to achieve. But the country will make continuous steps toward this end.
The slower economic growth is not necessarily a bad thing, because it is almost impossible for China to re-balance except under conditions of much slower growth.
Auto sales climbed 2.9 percent in H1 from a year earlier to 9.6 million vehicles, indicating stronger signs of a slowdown compared with the 3.4-percent gain the previous year.