The preliminary event for the summit was held yesterday, 2 November, at the headquarters of Sina Group in Beijing. A panel of experts on China-ASEAN issues were joined by Chinese students and representatives from the ASEAN student bodies in Beijing.
China and Malaysia on Tuesday signed agreements on railways, energy, defense, and joint development of Malaysia’s naval ships, during Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak’s visit to Beijing.
The strict governance of the Communist Party of China has entered a new era with two regulations passed at a key meeting on Oct 27, paving the way for the Party’s national congress next year and its future development.
Relaxation of limits meant to offset effects of aging population
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak begins his week-long visit to China on Monday, the second top ASEAN leader to come to China in two weeks.
The step-by-step upgrading of China-ASEAN relations is to a great extent the result of ever-closer economic and trade relations between the two.