Director of Center of American Studies, China Foundation for International Studies
Mar 08 , 2019
The US should move away from suppressing China’s development and instead make attempts towards collaboration. China and the US should find effective ways to get along in a new international economic and political environment, and seek mutually beneficial collaboration in competition and management and control.
Jan 07 , 2019
The US-China relationship must endure
Oct 25 , 2018
The US needs to stop attacking China.
Sep 13 , 2018
China-US trade and global trade will stay on track, because President Trump simply can’t dictate everything.
Aug 23 , 2018
The US, in launching a ‘trade war’ against China, is appealing to the thinking and rhetoric of the late-twentieth-century - Cold War. This is inappropriate to the modern age, as the world has moved on and become multipolar. China does not itself seek hegemony, but has a number of options to build alliances with which to repel any US hegemonic ambitions, which are thus doomed to failure.
Jul 13 , 2018
Many factors have pushed the US to wage a trade war against China, but they are not immutable.
Oct 03 , 2017
China and the U.S. can create a kind of relationship that has never been seen before.
Jun 23 , 2017
Traveling in each other’s company and benefiting each other should be the form and path to effective China-U.S. cooperation, as building a community of shared future for all mankind requires partners with shared objectives instead of fellow travelers who meet by chance and lack mutual trust.
Apr 18 , 2017
Difficulties for the U.S. are not opportunities for China. The road to make America great again leads to Beijing; and for China to be strong and prosperous, effective cooperation from the American side is also indispensable.
Jan 12 , 2016
From the Iran nuclear deal to the climate agreement in Paris, a new level of cooperation between Beijing and Washington signals that the pragmatic relationship dating from the Nixon administration is not threatened by changes in international conditions. A consensus is taking shape among celebrities, ordinary citizens, leaders and strategists in both countries that China and the US should not change their course of engagement and cooperation.