Many international and Chinese newspapers and news networks have shown great interest in the current China visit of US President George W. Bush, saying the visit has sent a "positive signal" to China-US relations.
The United Morning News of Singapore says that it is Bush's third China visit since he became US president in 2001. Bush's frequent visits reflect the historical changes in China-US relations and indicate that the world center is moving towards the east.
A Beijing News editorial says that stable China policies of the United States serve as the foundation for developing secure China-US relations.
The Hong Kong-based Wenwei Po says that the United States will begin adjusting its China policies after Bush concludes his China visit and the United States will give more attention to China's positive role and the possibility of cooperation with China.
A Macao-based newspaper notes that the Bush administration is re-defining China-US relations, namely shifting from the relationship of slightly hostile strategic competitors to that of more equal sharers of interests.
Other newspapers and news networks including the People's Daily, the Economic Daily, the Chinese Youth Daily, sina and xinhuanet are carrying comprehensive special news reports about Bush's China visit.
Ordinary Chinese people are concerned about Bush's visit as well. Netizens have left about 1,000 messages on sina, one of the most popular Chinese news networks.