China Daily Global 05-03-2021

Xi’s Vision for Shared Destiny Draws Applause

Koh King Kee, president of the Centre for New Inclusive Asia said, “In prioritizing the delivery of vaccine to developing countries, China is upholding its world vision that mankind is a community with a shared future.”

China Daily 04-01-2021

Bullish growth prospects forecast for country

“With the economy fully recovered from the pandemic, I am optimistic about China’s growth,” said Koh King Kee, president of the Centre for New Inclusive Asia.

Xinhua 09-12-2020

Xinhua Headlines: Int’l agencies, experts expect China to drive global growth in post-pandemic era

“In the post-pandemic era, China will continue to be the locomotive of global growth,” said Koh King Kee, president of Malaysia’s think tank Center for New Inclusive Asia.

Xinhua Interview 02-12-2020

Ong Tee Keat: Closer Asean-China ties pave way for global recovery

Xinhuanet 19-11-2020

Xinhua Headlines – Xi Focus: Xi explains how China’s new development paradigm works for shared benefits

Ong Tee Keat, founding chairman of the Center for New Inclusive Asia, said he expects China’s new development paradigm to bring in a new round of opening-up, providing greater opportunities and room for post-pandemic global economic recovery and development.

CGTN 15-11-2020

Signing of RCEP ‘a victory of multilateralism, free trade’: Chinese Premier Li Keqiang

Ong Tee Keat, founding chairman of the Center for New Inclusive Asia, said that the greater economic integration will help unlock many of the Southeastern Asian countries’ huge potential.

Xinhua Interview 15-11-2020

Ong Tee Keat: RCEP key to post-COVID-19 recovery, greater regional integration

China Daily 31-10-2020

Experts praise country’s successes

Koh King Kee, president of the Centre for New Inclusive Asia, said that the blueprint promotes green and high-quality development while pushing for more balanced growth through rural vitalization, urbanization and coordinated regional development.

China Daily 30-10-2020

Shanghai rises on global financial stage

Koh King Kee, president of the Centre for New Inclusive Asia, said that US companies are being lured by the massive opportunities arising from China’s recent liberalization.

China Daily 03-09-2020

Zones may not sound exciting but they changed the world

Koh King Kee, president of the Centre for New Inclusive Asia said, “It was China’s first test ground for a market economy while the rest of the country remained very much planned.”

China Daily Exclusive Interview 31-08-2020

Koh King Kee — Three keys to poverty exit: technology, transport and tourism

China daily 06-08-2020

Domestic consumers provide spending boost for economy

Koh King Kee, president of the Centre for New Inclusive Asia, pointed out that the vast domestic market also meant that Chinese companies no longer needed to rely only on the international economy to develop their businesses.

China daily 05-08-2020

Experts say China key to global recovery

Koh King Kee, president of the Centre for New Inclusive Asia said, “Xi’s pro-business statement will undoubtedly provide a big boost to business confidence in China, both to foreign and local enterprises.”

Xinhua Interview 17-07-2020

Ong Tee Keat : RCEP, China’s economic rebound to assist ASEAN’s post-pandemic recovery

China Daily 27-06-2020

Security law necessary to safeguard HK residents

Koh King Kee, president of the Centre for New Inclusive Asia said, “I just have a simple answer: Actually China should not be bothered to explain the national security legislation to anyone. Hong Kong is part of China, a city in China.”

China Daily 02-06-2020

Experts applaud China’s effort to help continent battle the pandemic

Koh King Kee, president of the Centre for New Inclusive Asia, praised President Xi Jinping’s speech to the 73rd World Health Assembly, in which the Chinese leader highlighted the need for the world to provide more material, technological and personal support to African countries.

Civilnet Podcast (Hosted by Armenian think tank) 09-04-2020

Ong Tee Keat — The World After Covid19 – A View from Malaysia

Xinhua Exclusive Interview 04-04-2020

Koh King Kee: COVID-19 reminds world to move to a community of shared future

Xinhua Exclusive Interview 29-02-2020

Koh King Kee: Close US-China ties serve interests of both sides

China Daily 10-02-2020

Unity is key to winning war against outbreak

Koh King Kee, president of the Centre for New Inclusive Asia said, “A contagious virus recognizes no borders. Beating it requires international collective efforts, just as climatic change, in the interest of all mankind.”

BFM Radio Malaysia (Podcast) 15-10-2019

Belt and Road Opportunities

Koh King Kee commented on the opportunities and challenges presented by BRI and debunked the “debt-trap” allegations relating to Hambantota Port in Sri Lanka.

China Daily 15-05-2019

Xi’s speech on civilizations dialogue well received

Koh King Kee, president of the Centre for New Inclusive Asia said, “Different civilizations can and must coexist by respecting and learning from each other. Harmony in diversity has existed from time immemorial.”

CGTN Exclusive Interview (TV Show) 18-05-2019

Ong Tee Keat — The Point” with Liu Xin: CDAC to re-examine Asian culture and rebuild confidence

China Daily 15-05-2019

Xi’s speech on civilizations dialogue well received

Koh King Kee, president of the Centre for New Inclusive Asia said, “Different civilizations can and must coexist by respecting and learning from each other. Harmony in diversity has existed from time immemorial.”

China Focus Exclusive Interview 27-04-2019

Koh King Kee: BRI is moving from basic infrastructure to high quality projects

The Edge Financial Daily 18-06-2018

ECRL poser clouds China’s Belt and Road ambitions

Koh King Kee said that conceptually, the ECRL is good. “The cost is a separate issue because you cannot expect commercial profit from such a large-scale infrastructure project … it should be treated as a public good that the government [must] provide.”