Rappler's latest stories on Xi jinping
The virus has so far killed more than 2,400 people, with about 80,000 infected globally
'This is a crisis for us and it is a big test,' says Xi Jinping, a rare acknowledgment by a Chinese leader
'We all know these guys have been state-controlled forever, but that control has gotten stronger over time, and it's far more aggressive,' says a US state official
Amnesty International says anti-corruption activist Xu Zhiyong is arrested after being on the run since December
Chinese Ambassador Huang Xilian thanks Filipinos for sending support to combat the outbreak 'despite their own difficulties'
'Those who do not declare their fever are enemies,' proclaims a banner on a building in Yunmeng
The state broadcaster reports that Xi Jinping tells to the US president on the phone that China is 'fully confident and capable of defeating the epidemic'
Chinese President Xi Jinping pledges his government will be transparent and release information on the novel coronavirus in a 'timely' manner
The automatic translation feature on Myanmar's Facebook page renders Chinese President Xi Jinping's name from Burmese into English as 'Mr Shithole'
The elaborate signing ceremony came between sit-down meetings with Suu Kyi and powerful army chief Min Aung Hlaing, who stands accused of masterminding the Rohingya crackdown
In addition to being its largest investor, China is Myanmar's indispensable ally as it reels from Western isolation over the Rohingya crisis
However, Trump says he will only remove the tariffs against China 'if we're able to do phase two' of the agreement
Human Rights Watch accuses Chinese president Xi Jin Ping of overseeing 'the most brutal and pervasive oppression that China has seen for decades'
A Japanese spokesman says Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is 'very much concerned' about Hong Kong
The Belt and Road Initiative is the ultimate example of 'gigantism' and it is inviting a transborder ecological and social disaster
Festivities center around the inauguration of a new leader for a city that China views as a shining example of its 'one country, two systems' mode
Security is ramped up ahead of Xi Jinping's 3-day visit which culminates on Friday. Limited details have been released by authorities on Xi's schedule.
Protesters have called for the unpopular Carrie Lam to stand down as leader, but she receives the backing of China's leadership during a visit to Beijing on Monday, December 16
Often undetected, Chinese vessels and warships cross deeper into the Philippines' territorial seas and closer to home
Presiding by video link-up over an elaborate televised ceremony, Russian leader Vladimir Putin and Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping hail the 'Power of Siberia' pipeline as a symbol of cooperation
China and the US have been locked in a bruising trade conflict for more than a year, hitting each other with volleys of tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars' worth of goods
Xi Jinping has consolidated his dominant position in the ruling bloc but spontaneous protests are common among the people
(UPDATED) It provides an unprecedented look into the highly-secretive Communist Party's controversial crackdown on Uighurs and other mostly Muslim minorities
A campaign of mass disruption in Hong Kong extends to a fifth straight day
Xi Jinping says Beijing 'firmly supports' Hong Kong's government and police and that 'stopping violence and controlling chaos while restoring order is currently Hong Kong's most urgent task'
Here is a look at the opioid crisis and the tensions it has caused between China and the United States
Major powers express regret and concern after President Donald Trump moves forward with a pullout from the Paris climate accord despite mounting evidence of the reality and impact of climate change
The Chinese president and the Hong Kong executive meet on the sidelines of an international trade fair in Shanghai
'Anyone who attempts to split any region from China will perish, with their bodies smashed and bones ground to powder,' Xi Jinping says, according to China's foreign ministry
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping affirm that 'both sides will prudently manage their differences and not allow differences on any issue to become disputes'
Narendra Modi and Xi Jinping are set to have an 'informal summit' this week, with confirmation occurring at short notice
'Unity is iron and steel. Unity is a source of strength,' says Chinese President Xi Jinping in a speech on Monday, the eve of celebrations
The anniversary is meant to showcase China's extraordinary rise from the ravages of war and famine to a modern, powerful nation state whose economic and military muscle is viewed by many with increasing concern
'In the current situation everything must be done to avoid violence.... And the solutions can only be found in a political process – meaning through dialogue,' says German Chancellor Angela Merkel
President Rodrigo Duterte admits having no plan to assert Philippine rights using the Hague ruling, apart from mentioning it in a meeting with Chinese leader Xi Jinping
Meanwhile, Foreign Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr says China 'wants to ask permission' for its ships' passage
As he enters the last phase of his term, can Duterte afford to appear and sound like a wimp alongside his fellow Southeast Asian leaders? And for what? For China’s empty promises and intrusions into our territories?
‘It will take time and hard work, but we must do this for the sake of our many generations to come,' says former foreign secretary Albert del Rosario
China's foreign ministry says it 'strongly opposed some foreign reporters' malicious smears and attacks on China, and these kinds of journalists are not welcome'
The Philippine President wants Chinese warships to abide by laws on innocent passage, saying not doing so runs counter to their efforts at managing the sea row
Philippine trade chief Ramon Lopez says China also intends to import industrial goods
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte tells Xi Jinping that the arbitral ruling is 'final' and 'binding' but the Chinese leader says his country is 'not budging' from its position
Despite 'challenges,' the Philippines and China remain true to their 'friendship,' says President Rodrigo Duterte during the portion of his meeting with Xi Jinping open to the media
One of the deals is a loan agreement covering a project management consultancy contract given to a Chinese firm for the PNR South Long Haul railway project
The Philippine President lands in China for his awaited fifth visit where he will raise West Philippine Sea issues and call for the fast-tracking of big-ticket Chinese projects
Here's a compilation of key agreements on the West Philippine Sea reached during bilateral meetings between President Rodrigo Duterte and Chinese President Xi Jinping
The Philippine President has to gather support from the international community and take action in the West Philippine Sea, or China may just ignore him, maritime law experts say
'Where did they come from? Where are they going? Obviously they are going back to China pero ang mas malaking question, saan sila galing at bakit sila dumadaan sa Sibutu Strait?' asks the defense chief
A tweet by the US president appears to link a trade deal with Beijing to the resolution of a standoff with Hong Kong pro-democracy supporters
'We'll see whether or not we keep our meeting in September,' says President Donald Trump