China has not intentionally sought to have a trade surplus with India and has been looking for ways to increase purchases from the country, a top Chinese economic diplomat in India said.
China and India's future prosperity lies in partnership not rivalry, Premier Wen Jiabao said on Wednesday, promising to redress a yawning trade imbalance between the rapidly growing Asian giants.
Visiting Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao taught students on Wednesday with traditional Chinese calligraphy to send a message of China-India friendship.
China on Wednesday voiced its support for the new UN resolutions on lifting major sanctions against Iraq, and called on all parties in the country to foster national reconciliation through political dialogue and consultation.
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao started an official visit to India on Wednesday to build trust and improve relations between the two nations.
The Chinese government Wednesday donated $500,000 to World Food Program Cambodia to ensure food nutrition and security for about 29,000 women and children in Cambodia.
China planned to donate $500,000 to the Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) of the United Nations in 2011, a Chinese diplomat to the world body said Tuesday.
Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao says that India looks forward to better understanding China and creating a win-win relationship with the country.
Beijing said on Tuesday that it had gained Pyongyang's support for easing regional tensions and attending emergency Six-Party Talks on Korean Peninsula's nuclear program.
Madhulika Sen, principal of the Tagore International School in the Indian capital, wanted to make sure that her students get a chance to talk to "Grandpa Wen" and have pictures taken with him when he visits the school.
Premier Wen Jiabao's visit to India will give a vision for the future development of bilateral relations with economic cooperation the top focus for next year.
China and the United States on Tuesday kicked off their annual trade talks in Washington DC.