Animal Farm | The Callow Catalogue

How is it possible that the Government of Macau produces such a biased ‘pamphlet’ for the consideration of Macau residents? A document that should be neutral, technically moderate, modern – and

China Daily | Climate change is a burning issue on which China, US can cooperate

  With the opening of the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly today , hopes are high that concrete measures will be forthcoming to address such pressing global issues

World Views | How many stars are there in space?

  Exactly how many stars are in space? – MeeSong, Brookline, Massachusetts Look up at the sky on a clear night, and you’ll see thousands of stars – about 6,000 or so. But

China Daily | Canada should recalibrate China policy to break deadlock

  Canada will hold its federal election on Monday. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called a snap election on Aug 15, possibly because he believes it would allow his minority Liberal

China Daily | Washington forms another gang to impose mob rule in unruly game

  For all his political discord with his predecessor Donald Trump over a variety of domestic and international issues, US President Joe Biden has displayed a stronger willingness than Trump to

Animal Farm | Hengqin, the catalyst!

The master plan for the development of the Guangdong-Macau intensive cooperation zone in Hengqin was recently made public. These are the first steps to be taken towards the integration of

China Daily | Washington should not try Beijing’s patience on Taiwan

  Chinese President Xi Jinping and US President Joe Biden had their second phone call on Friday since the latter took office in January, during which Biden reiterated his administration’s support

China Daily | Strength of culture helped China fight pandemic

  COVID-19 is the most infectious pandemic in the world in a century, testing the governance capacity of countries. In the face of a sudden and severe pandemic, the Communist Party

China Daily | Trade with ASEAN model of multilateralism

  The 18th China-ASEAN Expo and China-ASEAN Business and Investment Summit that opened in Nanning, capital of South China’s Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region on Friday, clearly display the vitality and resilience

World Views | Europe’s central bank eases support, but it’s not a taper

  The European Central Bank will dial back some of its massive emergency pandemic support for the economy amid signs of increasing business activity and consumer readiness to spend as the

WORLD VIEWS | Who is Mullah Hasan Akhund?

Mullah Akhund is a fascinating but relatively enigmatic figure in the Taliban. He has been an influential figure in Afghanistan since the inception of the militant group in the 1990s. But unlike

World Views | Bitcoin is now ‘legal tender’ in El Salvador – here’s what that means

The government even went a step further in promoting the cryptocurrency’s use by giving US$30 in free bitcoins to citizens who sign up for its national digital wallet, known as “Chivo,” or

China Daily | China sets good example sharing vaccines

  Even as wealthy countries are considering rolling out vaccine booster shots for their citizens this month, billions of people in the developing world are yet to receive even their first

China Daily | New exchange will better serve innovation

  In his remarks via video links at the Global Trade in Services Summit on Thursday as part of this year’s China International Fair for Trade in Services, President Xi Jinping

China Daily | As with all things, moderation is key in gaming: To the point

  It may be the best of times for the Chinese parents — and the worst of times for young video game players. On Monday, word spread the National Press and

China Daily | Climate collaboration should not be venue for geopolitical rivalry

  US Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry’s visit to China from Tuesday to Friday has both symbolic and substantial meaning, as the wide attention it is receiving around the

World Views | What do Muslims believe and do? Understanding the five pillars of Islam

When I was growing up in India, my father’s Muslim friends would get me new clothes for Eid al-Fitr, a festival that celebrates the end of the fasting month of

China Daily | Moving teachers around not enough on its own

To make the distribution of public education resources fairer, many cities, including Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen, have released regulations in response to the call of the central authorities for education

China Daily | Party stands firm in its ideals and convictions

  As some Western powers spare no effort to smear the Communist Party of China for their narrow ends, the publication the Publicity Department of the CPC Central Committee issued on

World Views | With Merkel going, candidates fail to inspire German voters

  It’s not that politics bore him; quite the opposite. But Christoph Gillitzer is stumped by whom to vote for in Germany’s federal election next month. The retired engineer says he usually

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