In some senses, this notion of a shared future points in two directions. For Chinese leaders, it is a declaration of legitimate interests – as a fifth of humanity, as the world's second largest economy, as the world's third largest country in terms of size, China has to have a major voice, and be a large stakeholder, in discussing, framing, and then contributing to managing and solving global issues. In that sense, the notion of a statement of the obvious. A global issue will need China to be involved in it, otherwise it isn't global. And for that reason alone, China has a legitimate right to express its opinion, and to be heard. We have to remember that in some parts of modern history, that wasn't the case. China was listened to and wasn't heard. Now it certainly is.
China looks forward to working with other members to achieve three goals at the summit of Shanghai Cooperation Organization: making the SCO more cohesive, more effective and more influential, Wang Yi said.
Xi, who is also general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, attended a panel discussion with deputies of the National People's Congress from the Inner Mongolia autonomous region at the top legislature's annual session in Beijing on Monday.
Li Cuizhi, an NPC deputy and director of the quality monitoring center at Inner Mongolia Yili Industrial Group Co, said Xi's emphasis on higher-quality growth has set the direction for the company's development.
单从此次网购维权来说，六六取得了胜利，而且赢得很漂亮。然而六六主动放弃了唾手可得的胜利成果，在她看来，赢了的是 “微博大V六六”，而非 “普通消费者六六”，因此她继续发文声讨京东， “想要属于老百姓的公平”。这句话引起了很多围观者的共鸣，网友们纷纷表示有同感，并晒出自己不堪回首的网购维权经历。
按照计划，当地时间25日14时，FSV法兰克福足球队将在主场迎战中国U20选拔队。 “德国足协显然受到了中方的压力”，德国《世界报》24日发文称，在中国人看来，这不是小事，中国队绝对不会在挂 “藏独”旗的球场比赛，而且中国已经在讨论项目取消后的赔偿问题。 “中方一点儿也不认为此事很有趣，西藏是中国不可分割的一部分。”德国《商报》24日援引FSV法兰克福足球队副主席的话称，推迟比赛实属迫不得已， “我们需要时间，耐心、平静和开放地讨论新出现的问题，本着体育精神做出理性决定”。
The second direction is simply an acceptance that China now has a responsibility to frame a common language to deal with issues like environmental ones, global governance, security. The forces of protectionism and isolationism that we have seen in the US and EU in the last few years, and which can be traced back to the shock of the global economic crisis of 2008 and its impact on wealth levels, equality and social development, pull in a different way to those that are likely to best be able to address common problems. It seems that in many places there is an attempt to draw boundaries more tightly, to walk away from even trying to think in an international way, and to complain that the global agenda is no longer one that entirely suits the partners that used to be so keen on it.