Realizing the Chinese Dream of national rejuvenation has become the greatest dream of Chinese nation, he stressed.
"My grandfather, who was a surgeon, left some money for us to be educated overseas," Mackerras said. "I had already got a taste of China back in the 1950s when I was given a scholarship to learn Mandarin in Canberra.
Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley said that "the more we can exchange ideas, culture and history, the better off the world will be. And the history of China is far longer than the history of the US. I believe by studying the past, we may create a better future."
BEIJING - An official with the State Administration of Cultural Heritage (SACH) Monday warned against security loopholes at many heritage sites and vowed to enhance law enforcement.
He added the party would work in order to try to form a government "with those forces that agree on the center-right's program."
The class did not disappoint, and every Monday morning, 34 students－most older than 60－arrive for class, all wearing white shirts, black trousers and black leather shoes.
Cameroonian President Paul Biya voiced his hope for Xi's every success in fulfilling the noble mission, and said he would like to work with Xi in strengthening the unique friendship and cooperation between Cameroon and China.