Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao arrived in Yangon on Wednesday, kicking off a two-day official visit to Myanmar, which is the last leg of his current four-nation Asian tour.

Chinese Premier's Asia Visit Conveys Peace, Friendship, Cooperation: FM
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao's four-nation Asia tour, which took him to South Korea, Japan, Mongolia and Myanmar and a tripartite summit of China, South Korea and Japan, was fruitful and widely applauded, Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi said Thursday.
Wen Says China-Myanmar Ties Moving forward
Visiting Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao said here Thursday that the consensus and agreements China reached with Myanmar during his visit marked a step forward in the development of relations between the two countries.
Border Railways to End bottleneck on China-Mongolia Trade
At least two railways will cross north China's East Ujimqin Plain in Inner Mongolia to break a bottleneck on trade across the China-Mongolia border in the next two years.


May 28 - May 29 
South Korea

May 30 - June 1    

June 1- June 2      

June 2- June 3      

Three-party Leaders Meeting
Days in ROK
  • China, S. Korea, Japan Wind up Tripartite Summit
  • Wen Proposes on Deepening Economic Co-op with ROK, Japan
  • Wen Calls for Defusing Tensions over Warship Sinking
  • Wen Puts forward Proposal on Closer China-S. Korea Economic Ties
  • Days in Japan
  • Both China and Japan Should Take Road of Peaceful Development: Wen
  • China to be "Impartial" on S.Korean Warship Sinking: Premier
  • China Committed to Peaceful Development: Premier
  • Days in Mongolia
  • Chinese, Mongolian Leaders Vow to Further Bilateral Ties
  • Wen Proposes Stronger Investment Co-op with Mongolia
  • Border Railways to End bottleneck on China-Mongolia Trade
  • Days in Myanmar
  • Chinese Premier Back Home from Four-nation Tour
  • Wen Concludes Four-Nation Asian Tour
  • Wen Says China-Myanmar Ties Moving forward
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