On baseball 'I've loved baseball since I was a child. I once wished I could play if I went to Japan.' 'I haven't played it for 50 years. I'm not good, but I am glad I can play baseball with students.' On tea 'Understanding comes through getting to know each other.' On reform 'We are a huge country and our development is uneven, particularly among the rich and the poor, between the west and the east and between the rural areas and urban areas.' 'The wealth of a nation is not in its GDP or its foreign currency reserve, it is in the wisdom and talent of its people. That is the foundation of our prosperity.' On Osaka At a meeting with businessmen and politicians in Osaka, Mr Wen said: 'Spring has come. The sun shines brightly. The cherry trees blossom proudly and the snow and ice have melted.' On the visit 'My visit has been a success. I held friendly, frank, serious and productive talks with Prime Minister [Shinzo] Abe, and we reached a common understanding in a wide range of areas.' 'There have been twists and turns in the history of the two nations but the current friendly ties of China and Japan are befitting of these times.'