Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said Xi's election fully demonstrated that Chinese people have strong confidence in Xi's leadership capability. Noting that bilateral ties are gaining new momentum, Duterte said mutually beneficial cooperation will be strengthened.
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Fu expressed his gratitude for the help the mainland provided after a devastating earthquake that hit Hualien in early February. He said the county would continue to uphold the "1992 Consensus" and expand cooperation with the mainland.
The venue also reported a 7 percent increase in Asian visitors during the busy festival period this year, compared to the same time last year.
The gap between China's top universities and others, and between universities in developed and less developed areas,is a huge problem.
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Milos Zeman, president of the Czech Republic, said he believes China will have a brighter future under Xi's leadership. Calling China one of his nation's most important partners, Zeman said he expects to upgrade the bilateral strategic partnership to bring more benefits to both countries.
The author first came to Beijing in 2009 to study Chinese in Beijing Foreign Studies University. Last year she graduated from BLCU, and now is juggling teaching and journalistic jobs in Beijing.