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  • Xi, Obama conclude summit, agree to strengthen ties
  • Obama raises cybersecurity, economy in summit
  • Xie Yining: China, US should build new type of relation
  • Xi arrives in California for summit with Obama
  • LA Mayor speaks highly of meeting with Xi Jinping
  • Chinese President Xi Jinping extended an invitation to US President Barack Obama for an official visit to China as they wrapped up their ‘constructive’ talk on June 8 in California.
  • Opening a two-day summit, President Barack Obama drew attention to contentious economic and cybersecurity issues Friday night as he warmly received Chinese President Xi Jinping to a California desert estate for high-stakes talks.
Building new type of relations
Building new type of relationsDuring the talks, Xi proposed forging a new type of relationship between the two major powers and discussed its connotations with Obama, who agreed to the idea.
How Obama and Xi can avoid California dreaming
How Obama and Xi can avoid California dreamingPresident Barack Obama’s summit with President Xi Jinping at the Sunnylands estate in Palm Springs, Calif., comes at a crossroads for U.S.-China relations. There are of course the usual frictions. China’s relations with its maritime neighbors such as Vietnam and Japan remain fraught with tension…
Sunnylands
Sunnylands is a 200-acre estate and historic residence where national and international leaders convene to promote world peace and facilitate international agreement.
Constructed in the mid-1960s as the winter home of Walter and Leonore Annenberg, Sunnylands has hosted seven US presidents, British royalty and other world leaders throughout its history.
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Li: More foreign talent welcome
Li: More foreign talent welcomeMore foreign talent is welcome to China for innovation work and business, and the government will step up support in such areas as granting "green cards", project applications and intellectual propert
Ezubo's downfall highlights risks of nascent Internet finance industry
Ezubo's downfall highlights risks of nascent Internet finance industryChina's largest asset-to-peer (A2P) platform Ezubo has been on a roller-coaster ride, turning from a sought-after money-maker into a target of criticism in less than two years.
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