China and the United States should overcome their difficulties and foster positive energy to develop ties, Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, said Thursday while meeting former US president Jimmy Carter in Beijing.
Recent vows by Xi Jinping, new leader of the Communist Party of China (CPC), to continue the country's reform have struck a chord with academics.
Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, has ordered the country's army of 2.3 million to intensify its "real combat" awareness to sustain military readiness.
Four men who served as local officials in the early 1990s paid a special visit to a statue of late Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping last Saturday in the city of Shenzhen along with Xi Jinping, the new helmsman of China's ruling party.
Xi Jinping's first inspection tour as CPC chief sends an unmistakable signal that the new leadership is determined to deepen reforms and boost innovation.
A few weeks after taking office, China's new leaders have given the public a lot to talk about, particularly their attempts to shake bureaucracy.
Xi Jinping conducted his first official trip as new Party chief to Guangdong, the southern province where China's market-oriented reforms were launched.
China must face squarely difficulties and challenges and strive for the best results in the economic work, the new helmsman of the nation's ruling party has said.
The manner in which Xi Jinping arrived in Shenzhen caught the overwhelming attention of the media.
They are consoling proof that when Xi warned against empty talk the other day, he meant it.