Chinese President Hu Jintao shakes hands with visiting U.S. President Barack Obama after they meet the press at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on Nov. 17, 2009.

Chinese President Hu Jintao shakes hands with visiting U.S. President Barack Obama after they meet the press at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on Nov. 17, 2009.

New development in China-U.S. relations bears strategic significance

Nov. 15 to 18 are three usually unremarkable days on the calendar but this year they attracted worldwide attention as U.S. President paid his first state visit to China.

Obama aides: Visit to China 'highly successful'

Aides to U.S. President Barrack Obama said that the president's just-concluded maiden visit to China is very successful, which sets the stone for building a partnership.

Obama's first state visit to China

·Obama visits China in mid-
 November in a four nation Asia trip 
from Nov. 12 to 19, which will also take 
him to Japan,Singapore and the 
Republic of Korea, the White House 
said earlier October.

·The timing coincide with United 
States President Barack Obama's first 
state visit to China, from November 15 
to 18.

Sino-U.S.relations

·New development in China-U.S. relations bears strategic significance

·China, U.S. vow to advance ties, expand co-op on global issues

·Hu discusses Sino-U.S. ties, global issues with Obama in Beijing

·Hu meets with Obama, makes 5 proposals for Sino-U.S. relations

·U.S. supports one-China policy, welcomes peaceful development of cross-Straits ties

·New round of China-U.S. strategic, economic dialogue scheduled

·Hu holds official talks with Obama on bilateral ties

Updates

  • Obama wraps up China visit
  • Obama visits Great Wall, "inspired by its majesty"
  • Chinese premier hopes Obama's visit to lift China-U.S. cooperation to new level
  • Chinese President hosts welcome banquet for Obama
  • Top Chinese legislator meets with U.S. president
  • Hu, Obama meet press
  • Hu holds official talks with Obama on bilateral ties
  • Hu hosts welcome ceremony for U.S. President Obama
  • Obama arrives in Beijing to continue China visit
  • Shanghai Party chief meets U.S. President Obama
  • Shanghai Party chief meets U.S. President Obama
  • Obama welcomes China as a "strong, prosperous and successful" nation

China, U.S. issue joint statement

  • China and the United States issued a joint statement Tuesday after President Hu Jintao and President Barack Obama held in-depth, productive and candid discussions on China-US relations and other issues of mutual interest.

Hu holds official talks with Obama on bilateral ties

  • Chinese President Hu Jintao and visiting U.S. President Barack Obama started official talks in Beijing on Tuesday morning to discuss bilateral ties and global issues of mutual concern.

Obama: US does not seek to contain China's rise

  • U.S. President Barack Obama said Monday in Shanghai that Washington was not trying to contain China's rise.