China and myanmar established diplomatic ties in 1950. In 1960, the two governments signed the china-myanmar border treaty, which settled the boundary issue left over from history. Before the mid-1960s, the leaders of China and myanmar had always maintained the tradition of exchanging visits, and china-myanmar relations had maintained a relatively friendly relationship. In the mid-to-late 1960s, large-scale Chinese exclusion incidents took place in myanmar, which brought bilateral relations to a freezing point. In 1990, myanmar's military government was imposed economic sanctions by western countries, and then focused on developing bilateral relations with China. Since the establishment of the new government in myanmar in 2011, the exchanges and cooperation between China and myanmar have remained very close. In May 2011, myanmar President thein sein visited China and announced the establishment of a comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership between the two countries. In 2012, President thein sein and chairman wu bangguo of the standing committee of the National People's Congress paid separate visits to China. In 2013, Chinese officials at or above the vice-ministerial level paid 13 visits to myanmar. Myanmar President thein sein visited China twice in 2013. In 2014, President u ruiman of the people's house of the parliament of the union of myanmar and President u thein sein visited China respectively, while vice chairperson of the standing committee of the National People's Congress yan junqi paid a friendly visit to myanmar.
在线视频免费：Since then, China has never stopped its pace of understanding and integrating into the world. After the founding of the People's Republic of China, and especially since the reform and opening up in 1978, China has accelerated its integration into the world with a proactive, self-confident and self-reliant attitude. Accordingly, a considerable number of works on international issues, state politics and foreign customs have been published at different levels in different periods.