Consulate General of the People's Republic of China in Chicago

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CG:The Ox symbolizes diligence, perseverance and hard work. I hope all of us will carry forward the spirit of the Ox and...
02/23/2021

CG:The Ox symbolizes diligence, perseverance and hard work. I hope all of us will carry forward the spirit of the Ox and do our best to contribute to the healthy and steady development of China-U.S. relations.

02/23/2021

China and the US need to make joint efforts in the same direction, and focus on cooperation and manage differences in the spirit of no conflict, no confrontation, mutual respect and win-win cooperation.

02/23/2021

Wang Yi: Such inflammatory accusations are fabricated out of ignorance and prejudice. They are simply malicious and politically-driven hypes, and couldn't be further from the truth.

02/23/2021

Wang Yi: there has never been so-called "genocide", "forced labor" or "religious oppression" in Xinjiang.

Wang Yi: As the first country that pledged to make vaccines a global public good, notwithstanding difficulties at home, ...
02/23/2021

Wang Yi: As the first country that pledged to make vaccines a global public good, notwithstanding difficulties at home, China is providing free vaccines to 53 countries in need, and exporting vaccines to 22 countries who have made purchasing requests.

Wang Yi: Under the CPC leadership, we have embarked on the path of socialism with Chinese characteristics which is widel...
02/23/2021

Wang Yi: Under the CPC leadership, we have embarked on the path of socialism with Chinese characteristics which is widely endorsed by our people, and found the path of human rights development that suits China's national conditions and needs.

Wang Yi at the High-level Segment of the 46th Session of The UN Human Rights Council: Human rights are not a monopoly by...
02/23/2021

Wang Yi at the High-level Segment of the 46th Session of The UN Human Rights Council: Human rights are not a monopoly by a small number of countries, still less should they be used as a tool to pressure other countries and meddle in their internal affairs.

02/23/2021

Fourth, it is important to clear the path for the resumption of bilateral exchanges in all areas.

02/23/2021

Third, it is important to move in the same direction to restart mutually beneficial cooperation.

02/23/2021

Second, it is important to step up dialogue and properly manage the differences.

Wang Yi’s 4 key point on bringing China-U.S. relations back to the right track: First, it is important to respect each o...
02/23/2021

Wang Yi’s 4 key point on bringing China-U.S. relations back to the right track: First, it is important to respect each other and not to interfere in each other's internal affairs.

02/23/2021

Wang Yi: We hope that U.S policy makers will keep pace with the time, see clearly the trend of the world, abandon biases, give up unwarranted suspicions, and move to bring the China policy back to reason to ensure a healthy and steady development of China-U.S. Relations.

02/23/2021

Wang Yi: China is a country that always practices and upholds multilateralism. China firmly believes in multilateralism.

02/23/2021

Wang Yi: China is a country that always advocates and pursues win-win cooperation. We take win-win cooperation as an important principle in our diplomacy. We believe in shared interests and common good.

02/23/2021

Wang Yi: In the past 70 years and more, we didn't provoke any war or occupy one inch of foreign territory. We seek to settle differences through dialogue and resolve disputes through negotiation. We have no intention to export ideology. Nor do we attempt to overturn the government of any country.

02/23/2021

Wang Yi: China is a country that is always committed to protecting and promoting human rights. Places inhabited by ethnic minorities, such as Xinjiang and Xizang, have stood out as shining examples of China's human rights progress.

02/23/2021

Wang Yi: To right the wrongs and bring the relationship back to the right track, the walls of misperceptions must be torn down first to clear the way for knowing, observing, and understanding China as it is.

Wang Yi: As two major countries, China and the US should first take care of their own stuff and at the same time work to...
02/23/2021

Wang Yi: As two major countries, China and the US should first take care of their own stuff and at the same time work together for the common good of humankind. This is the expectation of the international community and the due responsibility of major countries.

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Spring Festival, or Chinese New Year, originated from the first rituals of the year in ancient times. Spring Festival ac...
02/16/2021

Spring Festival, or Chinese New Year, originated from the first rituals of the year in ancient times. Spring Festival activities last about a month, from before the Lunar New Year to the Lantern Festival on the 15th day of the first lunar month. Chinese New Year celebrations vary across different regions and cultures.

Spring Festival is a time to bid farewell to the old and usher in the new, and to pray for blessings of nature in the coming year. In transition from winter to spring, a season of renewal, people paste paper-cuts on windows, perform dragon and lion dances, buy flowers, put up lanterns, write Spring Festival couplets, set off fireworks, see lantern shows, guess lantern riddles, walk on stilts, visit temple fairs etc to see off the old year and greet a new beginning, aspiring for a bumper harvest and happiness in the new year. The celebration of Spring Festival represents peoples' kindest wishes.

Spring Festival is a time for harmony, and happy reunion of families. Family reunion is the most important part of Chinese New Year celebrations. People return home to stay with their family, making stuffed dumplings and glutinous rice balls, and having the reunion dinner. They join the hustle and bustle of holiday shopping, give out red envelopes, have weddings, travel and watch movies and New Years eve galas on TV, basking in the warmth and affection of family. They also share in the joy of the season with friends, neighbours and strangers. All of these activities manifest the concept of harmony, reunion and sharing that Chinese New Year centres on.

On the occasion of Chinese New Year, and with this exhibition, we extend to people in Midwest of America our warm greetings and best wishes for peace and happiness in the new year. May the rich, colourful and joyful Chinese New Year celebrations bring warmth, peace, happiness and hope to more local Chinese and American people.

People's Daily, China
02/11/2021

People's Daily, China

Xi speaks with Biden on phone

Chinese President #XiJinping on Thursday morning took a phone call from U.S. President Joseph R. Biden on the eve of the Lunar New Year.

The two presidents wished each other good fortune in the Year of the Ox, and had an in-depth exchange of views on China-U.S. relations and major international and regional issues.

Biden conveyed festive greetings to the Chinese people and wished the Chinese people a happy and prosperous New Year. Xi congratulated Biden once again on taking office as U.S. president, and wished the people of China and the United States a happy and auspicious Year of the Ox.

Xi pointed out that the restoration and growth of China-U.S. relations has been the most important development in international relations over the past half century and more.

Despite various twists and difficulties, he added, the relationship has on the whole kept moving forward and delivered enormous benefits to the Chinese and American peoples and contributed to global peace, stability and prosperity.

Xi stressed that China and the United States both gain from cooperation and lose from confrontation; cooperation is the only right choice for both sides.

When China and the United States work together, they can accomplish a great deal for the good of both countries and the world at large; confrontation between the two countries, however, will definitely be disastrous for both countries and the world, he added.

Emphasizing that the China-U.S. relationship is currently at an important juncture, Xi said it is the common desire of both peoples and the wider international community to see the sound and stable development of China-U.S. relations.

"You have said that America can be defined in one word: Possibilities. We hope the possibilities will now point toward an improvement of China-U.S. relations," Xi said to Biden.

The two countries, he suggested, should make joint efforts in the same direction, follow the spirit of no conflict, no confrontation, mutual respect and win-win cooperation, focus on cooperation, manage their differences, and work for the sound and stable development of China-U.S. relations.

In this way, they can deliver more tangible benefits to people in both countries, and make their due contribution to fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, promoting world economic recovery and maintaining regional peace and stability, Xi added.

Xi emphasized that while the two sides may differ on some issues, it is crucial to show mutual respect, treat each other as equals, and properly manage and handle the differences in a constructive fashion.

The foreign affairs departments of the two countries may have in-depth communications on wide-ranging matters in the bilateral relationship and major international and regional issues, and the economic, financial, law enforcement and military authorities of the two countries may also have more contacts, Xi said.

The two sides should re-establish the various dialogue mechanisms, read each other's policy intentions accurately, and avoid misunderstanding and miscalculation, he said, adding that it is important to manage differences where they exist and jointly pursue cooperation where it is desirable to do so.

The Taiwan question and issues relating to Hong Kong, Xinjiang, etc. are China's internal affairs and concern China's sovereignty and territorial integrity, and the U.S. side should respect China's core interests and act prudently, Xi stressed.

Xi emphasized that confronting a highly uncertain international situation, China and the United States shoulder special international responsibilities and obligations as permanent members of the United Nations Security Council.

The two sides, he added, should act to conform to the trend of the world, jointly safeguard peace and stability in the Asia-Pacific region, and make historic contributions to promoting world peace and development.

Biden, for his part, noted that China has a long history and a great culture and the Chinese people are a great people.

The United States and China must avoid conflict and they may work together on climate change and many other issues, he added.

The U.S. side, he said, is prepared to have candid and constructive dialogue with the Chinese side in the spirit of mutual respect and to improve mutual understanding and avoid miscommunication and miscalculation.

The two presidents agreed that their phone conversation today will send a positive signal to the world and the two sides will maintain close communication on China-U.S. relations and issues of mutual interest.(Xinhua)(file pic)

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