BEIJING Old Skool Checkerboard , Sept. 8 (Xinhua) -- Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday held a telephone conversation with his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron, on the Korean Peninsula issue, stressing China's insistence that the peninsula be denuclearized.
Xi said China has been adamant in denuclearizing the Korean Peninsula, preserving the international nuclear non-proliferation regime, and maintaining peace and stability in Northeast Asia.
Only a peaceful settlement through dialogue and negotiation can resolve the nuclear issue, Xi said Old Skool Womens , expressing hope that France, as a permanent member of the UN Security Council, would play a constructive role in easing the situation and restarting dialogue.
For his part, Macron said his country has been committed to maintaining peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula. France attaches importance to China's peaceful approach to solving the issue, he said.
Macron said he is willing to enhance cooperation with China to push for a proper settlement of the Korean Peninsula nuclear issue.
On China-France relations, Xi said that during his first meeting with Macron in Hamburg, Germany in July Old Skool Mens , they reached an important consensus on developing a strong and energetic comprehensive strategic partnership between the two countries.
Both sides should continue to develop closer cooperation on the basis of respecting each other's core interests and major concerns to realize mutual benefits, he said, adding that the China-France relationship should develop in a sustainable, healthy and steady manner.
For his part, Macron congratulated China on the successful BRICS Summit in Xiamen. He said France and China are comprehensive strategic partners, and under the current international circumstance, bilateral cooperation to deal with global challenges is more important than before.
France is dedicated to deepening France-China ties Old Skool , and strengthening cooperation with China in areas such as economy, nuclear energy and environment, the French president said.
by Peter Mertz
DENVER, the United States, July 23 (Xinhua) -- John Yee is considered the last living member of the legendary U.S. Flying Tigers. When he was 19, Yee was almost blown to bits by a bomb dropped from a Japanese fighter plane, but he survived.
Today Vans Old Skool Velcro , the 94-year-old veteran talked to Xinhua in an exclusive interview, telling his extraordinary tale as an eyewitness to a terrible time in world history.
Before the Pearl Harbor incident during World War II, Yee had been serving in the famous Flying Tigers, a group of American mercenary pilots sent to fight the Japanese troops in South China.
As a key translator for the Tigers led by General Claire Chennault, Yee acts today as a living reminder of a foundation of trust formed between the United States and China about 65 years ago.
Yee held a light-hearted conversation with Xinhua in the cozy living room of his home east of Denver in Aurora, Colorado. The walls were covered with various awards for his service in the war.
The war veteran, who was born in China in 1921 and moved to America in 1944 Vans Old Skool Sale , has a unique perspective on the fates of both China and America.
Today, Yee's life story has become a remarkable window into historic, explosive times for the two great nations.
Yee remembered his narrow escape from death with remarkable clarity and considered himself lucky to be alive.
"It was a sunny, warm, spring day in Kunming (the capital of China's southwestern province Yunnan)," Yee said. "Japanese bombers appeared out of nowhere. I ran fast... machine gun bullets ripped across the yard and almost hit me," he said Vans Old Skool Shoes , his voice cracking with an urgency to retell the tense moment.
"Suddenly, the ground shook with a deafening explosion and I was thrown on my face. I rose through a cloud of dust to find the bloody corpses of two young women and a little girl, lying in my yard."
They were blown through the air by a tremendous blast that left a crater where his neighbor's house once stood. All six family members were killed, Yee recalled.
"That day Japanese bombs dropped on Kunming from one end of the city to the other. When night fell, the entire city was dark without lights. All one could hear was the sound of wailing throughout the city. It was a city of death and destruction," Yee said.
Over the four preceding months, the Japanese had dropped thousands of bombs on the defenseless Kunming populace Vans Old Skool Checkerboard , massacring thousands of innocents including old people, women and children.
Yee remembers the haunting sounds of "screaming, wailing and crying" after a bombing, the city rendered powerless, the darkness hiding terrified, terrorized civilians who had survived.
In the same month, April 1941 Vans Old Skool Womens , then U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt signed an executive order, and enlisted resigned military genius Chennault to slow the Japanese juggernaut. In November 1941, 100 experienced American military pilots selected by Chennault and 100 P-40 fighter planes were sent secretly to Burma.
Two weeks after Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, Chennault's 1st American Volunteer Group (AVG) arrived in Kunming. Yee clearly remembers the first U.S. counterattack on Dec. 20 like it was yesterday. It was a great moment and a very powerful way for China and America to bond, he said with a smile.
"It was a warm December day, and the skies were clear. The third (air raid warning) alarm had been blasting for several minutes. People were yelling and running for cover... From high above Vans Old Skool Mens , we saw a P-40 diving straight down out of the clear, blue sky. Its guns were blazing. Suddenly a Japanese bomber started smoking, and spiraled downward. Everything happened so quickly," Yee said.
The remaining Japanese planes turned tail and sped back toward Vietnam. But the P-40s became pursuers and eliminated them all, except for one that managed to fly back to Hanoi, Yee. Authentic MLB Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys From China Throwback NFL Jerseys Wholesale Custom Soccer Jerseys Cheap Replica NHL Jerseys From China Cheap NBA Jerseys Online Cheap NCAA Football Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Authentic Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys China