January 20, the new US President Joe Biden was officially inaugurated.
After Biden’s inauguration, what kind of changes will there be in Sino-US relations? Will international students in the US benefit? How can China and the United States cooperate to fight the “epidemic”? The first edition of “White – Ask” talks to Chinese Ambassador to the US Cui Tiankai about the direction of US-China relations.
Bai Yansong: After Biden was inaugurated as President of the United States on January 20, he quickly restored the United States’ participation in organisations such as the WHO and the Paris Climate Agreement in particular.
Cui Tiankai: If I can give them a suggestion, I think the most important thing the US should restore is that a big country should behave like a big country, a big country should have the wisdom of a big country, the self-confidence of a big country, the optimism of a big country, and also the diligence of a big country.