• China rejects any attempt to create a so-called "new Cold War," because it contravenes the fundamental interests of the Chinese and American peoples and the global trend toward development and progress. (Watch/Read)

  • China and U.S. should work for mutual benefit on an equal footing, stop attempts at decoupling and advance the relationship through cooperation, and live up to their responsibility for the world. (Watch/Read)

  • Starting a "diplomatic war" does not prove the strength of the U.S. Closing the Chinese Consulate-General in Houston that bears both historical and current significance is closing a window for exchange and mutual understanding between the Chinese and Americans. (Watch/Read)

  • China is ready to enter into candid, effective consultation with the U.S. side and make cool-headed and sensible response to the impulsive moves and anxiety of the U.S. side. (Watch/Read)

  • The relationship between the CPC and the Chinese people is as close as between "fish and water" and between "seed and soil." We hope that the U.S. will respect China's social system and the Chinese people's choice, and give up its failed interventionism.(Watch/Read)

  • The real challenge to the current international order and system is that the United States has gone extreme to pursue unilateralism and bullying. China will continue to adhere to the path of peaceful development, and will never seek hegemony or expansionism. (Watch/Read)

  • The U.S. is not qualified to build a coalition of "clean countries" because itself is dirty allover. China will continue to work with all countries to maintain a fair, just, open and non-discriminatory business environment.(Watch/Read)

  • Instigation for confrontation and division was not rare in history, but was all rebuked by the people. President Xi Jinping had called for building a community with a shared future for mankind. The aim of this major initiative is to rise above differences in system, abandon the zero-sum mentality, and find a common goal for all countries, nationalities and civilizations. (Watch/Read)

  • The gross interference in Hong Kong affairs, be it in words or action, can only undermine the sound implementation of the policy of "one country, two systems."(Watch/Read)

  • The South China Sea, as the shared home for countries in the region, should not be a wrestling ground for international politics.(Watch/Read)

  • Faced with the most complex situation since 1979, we need to put in place a clear-cut framework for China-U.S. relationship.(Watch/Read)
  1. Steer clear of red lines and avoid confrontation. 
  2. Keep the channels open for candid dialogue.
  3. Reject decoupling and uphold cooperation. 
  4. Abandon the zero-sum mentality and stand up to shared responsibilities.