Hong Kong’s future lies with its motherland

People’s Daily app Hong Kong is China’s Hong Kong. Its destiny has always been closely linked with its motherland. The central government and the 1.4 billion Chinese people will always provide strong backing for Hong Kong to overcome any risk and challenge. The US side signed the so-called […]

China steps up IPR protection

Gu Yekai, People’s Daily China recently issued a guideline calling for intensified protection of intellectual property rights (IPR). Titled “The Guideline on Strengthening Intellectual Property Rights Protection”, the document proposed a series of innovative measures to protect IPR, and clearly emphasized the goal of achieving strict, widespread, fast […]

Forces agitating for violence, chaos will be rejected

People’s Daily app The US signed into law the so-called Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act of 2019, confusing right from wrong, in an attempt to blatantly bolster rioters and violence as well as intentionally disorder the current situation of Hong Kong.  The perverse acts of some […]

Multilateralism needed in governance of Middle East

By Zhong Sheng To exploring new ideas for security governance in the Middle East is of vital practical significance in today’s world. It calls on each party to jointly discuss solutions to hotspot issues, negotiate on security cooperation plans, and seek for strategies of stable development. Security in […]

U.S. double standards reveal deep-seated hegemony

By Hu Zexi, People’s Daily In recent years, racial discrimination, gun violence, and political polarization in the U.S. have led to massive demonstrations and even street violence in some cases. If demonstrations break the legal bottom line, the U.S. law enforcement departments will surely take tough measures to […]

Telegram by Swiss president to Mao Zedong on 17 January 1950

China–Switzerland relations officially began in the early 1950s History Diplomatic relations between Switzerland and the People’s Republic of China (proclaimed on 1 October 1949) were established on 17 January 1950. Switzerland’s economic relationship with China goes back to the late 18th century when colonial powers held foreign concessions in […]

The European Commission’s political leadership

The Commission is composed of the College of Commissioners of 28 members, including the President and Vice-Presidents. The Commissioners, one from each EU country, are the Commission’s political leadership during a 5-year term. Each Commissioner is assigned responsibility for specific policy areas by the President. for more info: […]

Bilateral relations Switzerland–China

Switzerland and the People’s Republic of China have maintained bilateral relations since 1950, and these have intensified in recent years, reflected among other things in the regularity of high-level visits by both sides. The two countries conduct dialogue on a wide variety of areas, including the environment, development […]