Over less than two years since China and Panama established diplomatic relations, the bilateral relationship has advanced by leaps and bounds, with about 47 agreements signed between the two countries. Exchanges in various ways will surely promote new cooperation and lead the two countries towards even greater levels of prosperity.
Works of Ladislav Hudec, the famous Slovak architect who spent most of his life time in Shanghai, formed the beautiful skyline of Shanghai city and have become a symbol of cultural exchange between China and Europe.
Romania may not be as well-known as other European countries to many Chinese, especially youngsters. The country, dubbed the Pearl of the Black Sea, however, was among the first states in the world that recognized the People's Republic of China—just four days after the founding of the PRC.
The People’s Republic of China and Portugal established diplomatic relations in 1979 and the two countries have been seizing in the recent years every opportunity to forge closer ties.
Displaying a rarely-seen musical talent to welcome President Xi attending the Czech pavilion at the CIIE, President Zeman regaled the crowd and created another anecdote of friendly exchanges between the two countries.
Hosted by: Eastday
Supported by: Shanghai People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries (SPAFFC)
Executive producers: Zhao Xiaolei, Cao Jun
Reporters: Wang Jiaye, Wu Qiong, Zheng Qian, Lu Yukun, Xu Yiran
Designers: Wei Zhengdian, Jin Kunyao