Yesterday (17/06/2014) sore the Chinese Premier Li Keqiang arrived in the UK in the early hours of the morning for his first official visit since becoming Premier in 2013.
Premier Li Keqiang's aim is to hold business talks with the British Prime Minister David Cameron and later on in the day meet the Queen and Prince Philip at Windsor Castle.
Mr Li said he hoped his visit to Britain would help expand Sino-British busines co-operations and assist in changing any misperceptions surrounding China and its international intensions and make it easier for companies doing business in China.
In the opening talk it was mentioned the diffeculties in British and Chinese business culture.
The area that Mr Cameron remains concerned over is China's poor human rights in China.
Mr Li's three day visit to the UK is part of a larger tour around Europe, the first since a row over PM Cameron's meeting with Tibets spirital leader the Dalai Lama.
This resulted in freezing relations between China and the UK but with the 10 year change in goverment leadership PM Cameron flew to China in December to meet China's new leader Shi Jing Ping.