Overseas network April 27, 27 early in the morning, India Prime Minister modi arrived in Wuhan by special plane, opened the fourth visit to China since taking office. For the India government, the purpose of Modis visit is clear, and the most important thing is to rebuild trust between China and India. Before leaving for China, Modi sent out 3 tweets on 26 days, expressing his expectation of meeting with President Xi Jinping. According to the new India express, Moodys first twitter said, I will go to Wuhan, China before from April 27 to 28, 2018, to hold an informal meeting with Xi Jinping, the president of Peoples Republic of China. The second twitter said, President Xi Jinping and I will exchange views on a series of important issues involving bilateral and global issues. We will talk about the vision and priorities for the development of their respective countries, especially in the context of current and future international situations. The last twitter said, we will also examine the development of India China relations from a strategic and long-term perspective. Prior to the media briefing, Kong Xuanyou, Vice Minister for foreign affairs of China, said that President Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Modi would hold an informal meeting in Wuhan, Hubei, in from April 27th to 28th. Regarding this, India Quint website pointed out that this is Modis fourth visit to China after he took office in 2014, but this informal meeting is different from before. According to Hao Ran, Ambassador of India to China, the Xi Mo Hui will be carried out in an informal and friendly environment. Leaders of China and India can talk about anything at will. They may discuss some topics during the walk in the park. A number of India media in the report, coincide with the Xi Mo Hui described as a heart to heart meeting. The media pointed out that, during the most of the meeting, leaders of the two countries exchanged exchanges on international, regional and bilateral issues only in the presence of translation. India said the leaders of China and India will build consensus in the 2 day meeting to solve the problem and follow up actions by officials. The aim of the Xi Mo Hui is to create a new paradigm for Sino Indian bilateral relations in the next 15 years. In addition to heart to heart, trust is also a high frequency word in India media. The India Times said the summit was also seen as an effort to rebuild mutual trust and improve relations after the confrontation between the two countries last year. It also indicated that the Chinese and Indian leaders were aimed at a Frank attempt to liberate each other in an important position in the future development of relations between the two countries. The commentary also pointed out that the Xi Mo Hui is not important for the outcome, but for China and India to understand each other better. Another article in the India media is in the title that prime minister Modi has arrived in China. His goal is clear: bridging the trust deficit. The article quoted the source as saying that, considering the lack of strategic mutual trust between the two countries, the meeting will focus on restoring the damaged Sino Indian Relations and how to push Sino Indian relations forward. In addition, a senior government official in India told the India times that there is only one thing on the informal meeting of the Chinese and Indian leaders, that is, trust. The Xi Mo Hui will aim to improve mutual trust between the two countries and ensure that some small problems will not be a stimulating factor between the two sides. Hao Ran, the ambassador of Indias ambassador to China, also expressed on the conversation that the Chinese and Indian leaders will not discuss the specific and microscopic problems, but will focus on more macro content. They may discuss how India sees China and how China looks at India. We hope to have more trust between the two countries. As for why the Chinese side chose the venue of the meeting in Wuhan, India is also concerned about it. In the Stan times, Kong Xuanyous speech was quoted in the article. The informal meeting was selected in Wuhan, not only because Wuhan is the largest city in Central China, but also has a deep historical background and is increasingly closely associated with the India local state. At the same time, Modi visited many cities in Southeast and Northwest China, but he did not visit the central part of China. China believes that the trip to Wuhan will become Premier Modis new experience and further enhance his understanding of China. Indian media also noted that in a recent survey in China, Wuhan was rated as the happiest city in China. And in this picturesque and pleasant place, the two leaders may be ready to join hands and create new history together.