World Views | Why does Beijing have the Olympics again?

The Beijing Winter Olympics open in just under two months and are now the target of a diplomatic boycott by the United States, with others likely to follow.

World Views | Aung San Suu Kyi: The legal challenges

The prison sentence given to ousted Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi yesterday on charges of incitement and failing to observe pandemic restrictions is one small shot in

China Daily | UK risks crossing China’s redline by blindly clinging to US’ coattails

In his speech at the International Institute for Strategic Studies in London on Tuesday, Richard Moore, head of the United Kingdom’s Secret Intelligence Service, made it clear that

China Daily | Abe’s wild talk lays bare militarist dream

  By claiming that “A Taiwan emergency is a Japanese emergency, and therefore an emergency for the Japan-US alliance,” former Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe has openly revealed his outdated mindset

Statement | Ceasing Political Manipulation Under the Disguise of Democracy   

On December 9-10, the US will convene the so-called “Leaders’ Summit for Democracy” online. The list of invitees released by the US Department of State includes a total of 110 countries and

China Daily | Cold War mentality motivates moving of US military needle

  The US military announced on Monday that it is planning to reinforce deployments and bases directed at China and Russia as a result of the “global posture review” commissioned early

World Views | Migrant crisis front and center in pope’s Greece-Cyprus trip

When Pope Francis visited the Greek island of Lesbos in 2016, he was so moved by the stories he heard from families fleeing war in Iraq and Syria that he

China Daily | Conference to boost Sino-African cooperation

The Eighth Ministerial Conference of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation will be held in Dakar, Senegal, on Monday and Tuesday. The conference, whose theme is “Deepen China-Africa partnership and Promote Sustainable

China Daily | ‘Democracy summit’ a wimpy show of US, Taiwan island

  The US Department of State released on Tuesday evening the list of 110 “participants” to the “Summit for Democracy.” What caught the immediate attention of worldwide media were, first, the island

World Views | Thousands harmed by Facebook, Instagram lost in Meta’s ‘average user’ data

Fall 2021 has been filled with a steady stream of media coverage arguing that Meta’s Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram social media platforms pose a threat to users’ mental health and

China Daily | Call for oil reserve release coordination only testifies to limits of US leadership

US President Joe Biden announced on Tuesday that the United States will release 50 million barrels of oil from its Strategic Petroleum Reserve from next month to curb the fast

Millennial Money | It’s OK to not buy stuff on Black Friday

It’s that time of year when retailers seem to join forces to plant a message in shoppers’ minds: “Buy Stuff on Black Friday, or You Are a Fool.” They transmit this

China Daily | Next stage of their extraordinary journey begins with China, ASEAN upgrading ties

Over the past 30 years, China and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations have jointly seized the opportunities of economic globalization to achieve leapfrog development together. In

World Views | Entrepreneurship classes aren’t just for business majors

Colleges are returning to normal operations, and many have begun to offer in-person classes once again. But are they prepared to teach students how to navigate post-pandemic life? Or how

Animal Farm | Allegiance to Nam Van!

Even though I am no longer working there, I raise the following as a matter of justice – that precious and forsaken jewel! For those with no knowledge of the times,

China Daily | China-US joint bid to fight climate change augurs well for the world

For anyone who cares about China-US relations, Wednesday’s announcement that the two countries have agreed to jointly combat climate change should be welcome news-in a long, long while. The China-US Joint

World Views | Travel trouble: US Olympians face uncertain road to Beijing

Making an Olympic team is hard enough. This winter, those who earn their spots on the U.S. squad might find it takes even more work to get to Beijing. Among the

China Daily | Suppressing ‘Taiwan secession’ together key for China, US to manage competition

  Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Saturday spoke with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken on the phone as both sides prepare for a virtual meeting between

World Views | Good COP, bad COP? Takeaways from the new UN climate deal

After two years of preparation and 13 days of tough talks, did negotiators at the U.N. climate meeting in Glasgow save the planet? In short: no. But they were hardly expected to

China Daily | Party resolution reviews past and sets path for the future

  How has the Communist Party of China succeeded in leading the nation’s revolution and development since its founding 100 years ago, and how can it succeed in realizing national rejuvenation

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