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Springhill Care Group reports that the Chinese leader seems to be open in creating new and creative ways to foster better relations between the major nations.

“We should, through creative thinking and concrete steps, prove that the traditional belief that big powers are bound to enter into confrontation and conflicts is wrong and seek new ways of developing relations between major countries in the era of economic globalization,” he added.

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  3. 3. 08 July 2012 @ 03:36 pmChina-US Standoff over Dissident Chen  
  4. 4. The decision of US to let the blind human rights activist ChenGuangcheng return into China’s fold following his escape fromauthorities is straining ties between the two countries as diplomaticdialogues opened in Beijing.The 40-year old Chen who is now considered a dissident became aninternational human rights inspiration to many Chinese after earningthe ire of the local government for exposing forced abortions in linewith the country’s one-child policy. The self-taught lawyer took tothe US embassy after his escape, apparently to ask for help but waseventually ushered into the Beijing Hospital.
  5. 5. According to a senior official’s statement to Springhill Care Group, Chen has indeed went into the embassythat day and has requested for medical treatment for hisinjured foot. American medical personnel have then conductedmedical tests and made appropriate treatment during the timehe was there.
  6. 6. Immediately after the incident, the Chinese government hasexpressed its disapproval about the entire affair, demandingan apology from the US for taking Chen in.“What the U.S. side should do now is neither to continuemisleading the public and making every excuse to shiftresponsibility and conceal its wrongdoing, nor to interfere inthe domestic affairs of China,” said Chinese Foreign Ministryspokesman Liu Weimin.This incident came just when the US Secretary of State HilaryClinton is visiting Beijing in a meeting with Chinese officialson security and trade talks. And although no one mentionedChen’s name, it is evident in their statements that theincident is on the spotlight as the 2 nations struggle tomaintain common ground.
  7. 7. Clinton said in her opening statement, “The United Statesbelieves that no state can legitimately deny the universalrights that belong to every human being – or punish thosewho exercise them. A China that protects the rights of allits citizens will be a stronger, more prosperous partner forthe United States.”Dai Bingguo issued a rebuttal on behalf of China, saying, “Iwish to point out in particular the fundamental way tomanage state-to-state relations is to abide by the basicnorms of international relations, namely to respect China’ssovereignty, core interests and choice of social system.”
  8. 8. Meanwhile, Chinese President Hu Jintao made his point knownin his opening speech during the 4th round of US-ChinaStrategic and Economic Dialogues. He remarked that US andChina should know how to respect each other despite theirdisagreements and also appealed to its counterpart to breakthe conventional belief that superpowers are bound to engagein conflicts.“Given our different national conditions, it is impossible forboth China and the United States to see eye to eye on everyissue. We should properly manage the differences by improvingmutual understanding so these differences will not underminethe larger interests of China-U.S. relations,” said Hu.
  9. 9. Springhill Care Group reports that the Chinese leaderseems to be open in creating new and creative ways tofoster better relations between the major nations.“We should, through creative thinking and concrete steps,prove that the traditional belief that big powers are boundto enter into confrontation and conflicts is wrong and seeknew ways of developing relations between major countriesin the era of economic globalization,” he added.

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