On the morning of Saturday December 2, Peking University’s School of International Studies building was abuzz with activity. Young delegates all dressed smartly in suits were filing into the teaching rooms which for today were to be transformed into debate chambers.
In the last few dozen years, China has made an important contribution to the improvement of the ecological environment of the region and the world by promoting afforestation.
Li Mumiao, 32-year-old Chinese, has fed and sheltered over a hundred Myanmar residents who fled to China after armed clashes broke out on November 20, with most of them elderly and children, according to thepaper.cn.
When Albert Giovanni first arrived in Harbin in northeast China following his 6,098-kilometer journey from Jakarta, Indonesia, to attend university in 2013, he wasn’t sure what to expect…
China and ASEAN member states, despite facing increasingly complex situations both at home and abroad, are set to write a new chapter in the development of economic and trade relations.
The first China-ASEAN Youth Summit begins tomorrow, December 2 2016, at Peking University.