Cooperation between Bank of Greece and China Development Bank strengthened

On Tuesday 28 February 2017, Governor of the Bank of Greece, Yannis Stournaras, held a meeting with President of China Development Bank, Hu Huaibang, and a delegation from the Chinese Bank […]

Global Times analyses Greece’s economic future

Global Times newspaper published two articles offering different perspectives on Greece’s economic future. The first is written by Liang Haiming, chief economist of China Silk Road iValley Research Institute, a Guangzhou-based think tank. The second article is authored by George Tzogopoulos […]

Whither Sino-American relations under Trump?

The recent communication between President Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping can possibly set the basis for a ‘constructive relationship’. Nevertheless, exisiting differences as well as Trump’s different priorities from his predecessor do not necessarily […]

Sino-Greek cultural cooperation further develops

The Museum Herakleidon and the China Science and Technology Museum (CSTM) of Beijing have agreed to cooperate with the objective of organising and exchanging exhibitions in 2017. In particular, from September 2017 onwards and until January 2018 […] to support preparations of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics

The successful organisation of the Olympic Games in Athens in 2004 and in Beijing in 2008, enabled Greece and China to exchange visits and know-how and achieve closer cooperation even before the launch of Chinese investments in Greece. The harmonious collaboration […]

A new era starts for the Greek-Chinese Economic Council

On 9 February 2017 the 1st General Assembly of the Greek-Chinese Economic Council  gathered to electe its new 25-member Board of Directors and the 5-member Financial Audit Commission. George Tzogopoulos, founder of was elected in the Board of Directors […]

US withdrawal from TPP

The Chinese administration does not cultivate any illusions that Trump will accept a Chinese domination over international trade. By contrast, it is preparing itself for all scenarios, even a trade war, as long as the U.S. is in search for new bilateral deals of “fair trade” with its partners […]

Cultural links between China and Greece existed in the late Antiquity

The website approached Professor Lukas Nickel, chair of Asian Art History at the University of Vienna, who has shared interesting insights with us. According to this article ‘The First Emperor and the sculpture in China’ published  in the Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies,  ‘it is highly possible that there were cultural and trade exchanges […]

Central Eurasia the linkage between East and West in Antiquity

In an exclusive interview with, Professor in the Department of Central Eurasian Studies at the University of Indiana Christopher I. Beckwith, offers insights on the importance of Central Asia in the connection between East Asia and Europe […]