The two days of meetings, which opened Thursday, are designed to improve transparency and confidence building between the two militaries.
"We've had some very good meetings with our counterparts. We had wide-ranging discussions about the security situation in the region. And of course we talked about our military-to-military relations, and what we could do to improve them," Myers said.
Jiang, who relinquished his posts as general-secretary of the Communist Party in November 2002 and president in March 2003, still has final say over China's armed forces as chairman of its Central Military Commission.
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Kong Quan said Myers discussed Sino-U.S. relations, further promoting military contacts, as well as the Taiwan issue.
Kong had no information on discussions involving North Korea, whose nuclear ambitions have been of international diplomatic concern for months.