Sino-Israeli friendship deepens in San Francisco
San Francisco's Israel China Cultural Festival, which continues throughout June, marks 20 years since the two countries established diplomatic relations and is meant to promote cross-cultural understanding at the personal level.
China rejects US sanctions on Iranian
A Foreign Ministry spokesman said that China will not accept unilateral sanctions by the United States on a third country.
Wen meets Henry Kissinger
Wen Jiabao met with former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, calling for strengthened political communications between the two nations.
China not interested in monitoring US air quality
China has no interest in monitoring and releasing air-quality readings for US cities.
Vice-President Xi greets old Iowan friends
74-year-old Sarah Lande from Iowa, chose to wear a bright pink coat when meeting her old friend, Vice-President Xi Jinping.
US to improve strategic trust with China
The US will try to improve the strategic trust with China by strengthening military-to-military exchanges.
Former Carter official shares his experiences
Brzezinski meets with Chinese students and calls for new model in Sino-US ties.
Chinese VP talks charity with Bill Gates
Chinese Vice-President Xi Jinping calls for closer cooperation between the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and its Chinese partners.
Report: China, US to tweak mindsets
Beijing and Washington should expand areas of consensus to shape a new pattern of ties.
Chinese teacher visa controversy resolved
A revised policy directive was sent out to clarify the visa status of Chinese-language teachers.
'Double standard' applied by the US
Beijing swiftly hit back at Washington's annual report on China's human rights. Full Text
US tries to clear up confusion over institutes
The US Department of State will sort out a visa issue that affects Confucius Institute teachers.