Chinese President Hu Jintao's active engagement at the APEC meetings in Hawaii was conducive to strengthening China's relations with other APEC members, increasing their understanding and support of China and setting the direction of future regional cooperation, Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi said.
Chinese President Hu Jintao left Honolulu, Hawaii, on Monday after attending the Economic Leaders' Meeting of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC).
The Hawaii bid, submitted in January 2008, was a collaborative effort between the East-West Center, Hawaii Tourism Authority, the Hawaii Congressional Delegation, the military and a host of Hawaii business leaders. [More]
Hawaii has nearly 800 flights arriving into the state during Leaders Week, so there will be adequate air seats available. As with any travel period, we recommend that visitors book early to secure their preferred accommodations and flights. [More]