In my view, Asian countries have learnt the lessons from the past and significantly enhanced their capabilities to fend off risks.
The African people and tribal chiefs are hospitable, and African music and dances are invigorating.
China and India are friendly neighbours. We are also natural partners. Both of our countries stand for amicable and peaceful relations between countries and a multipolar world. The peaceful and friendly relations between our two countries is a blessing not just to Asia, but to also the whole world.
Innovation is the running theme and spirit of the policies adopted by the Chinese government, and it is the banner that we will always hold high.
In fighting the debt crisis, E.U. countries have enhanced co-operation and carried out reform with tremendous courage. This is laudable.
Since entering the new century, China and Africa have seized the historic opportunities presented by the deepening of globalization, worked together and helped each other to achieve a win-win outcome.
When there's downward pressure on growth, one choice is to adjust economic policy, increase deficits, relax monetary policy. That might have a short-term benefit, but may not be beneficial for the future.
Reform is 'the biggest dividend' for China.
The market is the creator of social wealth and the wellspring of self-sustaining economic development.
It is fair to say that Africa has become a major force in moving the world towards multi-polarity, an important emerging market that helps promote global economic recovery and integration, and an outstanding representative of diverse civilizations in the world.
The growth that we want is one that brings real benefits to the people, raises quality and efficiency of development, and contributes to energy conservation and environmental protection.
No matter who you are or what you intend to do, you should not exceed the boundaries of the rule of law.
As a developing country, China needs a favorable neighbouring and international environment for its modernisation.
China-Africa relationship has a long history and is full of vitality. Since the 1950s and 1960s, our common historical experiences have brought China and Africa together, and we have forged deep friendship in our joint struggle during which we have supported each other in times of difficulty.
We live in a global village. No country can live in isolation of others like Robinson Crusoe.
Reforming is about curbing government power. It is a self-imposed revolution; it will require real sacrifice, and it will be painful.
When neighbours interact with each other, it is only natural that sometimes they will run into problems of some kind or another. As long as they respect each other, properly manage differences, and pursue mutual benefits, there will be harmonious sound instead of jarring noises.
China is not looking for a trade surplus but wants to import more French goods.
Ultimately, stable growth will ensure that urban and rural incomes increase and people's lives improve.
In this Internet age of shared information, even if you don't tell the people, they will find out.