Inflation Act shows political divide entrenched

US President Joe Biden signed a sweeping $750 billion healthcare, tax and climate bill into law, called the Inflation Reduction Act, at the White House on Tuesday.

Policies restorative tonic for population growth

The central authorities on Tuesday introduced a raft of policies, the most comprehensive at the national level, to encourage couples to have more children. The measures include the

Economy continues to inspire confidence

With the international situation becoming increasingly complicated and inflation rates soaring in the world’s major economies, it is not easy for China to maintain its economic growth momentum,

Delisting decision normal market practice

Five Chinese State-owned enterprises listed in the United States including Sinopec, PetroChina and China Life Insurance announced on Friday that they would voluntarily delist from the New York

White paper on Taiwan question to pool strength for national reunification, rejuvenation

A white paper, titled “The Taiwan Question and China’s Reunification in the New Era,” will give a significant boost to efforts to pool strength for national reunification

Responsible diplomacy of ROK will earn respect and promote regional stability

Marking the first high-level contact between China and the Republic of Korea since the Yoon Suk-yeol administration took office, State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi’s meeting with

Semiconductor power play chip off the old block

United States President Joe Biden signed into law the CHIPS and Science Act, kick-starting the bid to reclaim US supremacy in semiconductor chips manufacturing. Despite the US

Foundation laid to bring ties back on track

Appearing on CNN on Monday, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said his government upholds the one-China principle, and that he is optimistic of Australia improving its diplomatic relationship

Eight-party alliance can’t relive the past

In a joint statement on the present situation across the Taiwan Straits released on Wednesday, the G7 foreign ministers and the European Union high representative for foreign affairs

Tsai administration will find it difficult to digest what its ‘distinguished guest’ has served up

Be it the arrangement of two planes heading to Taiwan from Malaysia at almost the same time on Tuesday night, which took big loops to shun Chinese mainland

Pelosi’s proposed Taiwan visit will make trouble beyond her remedy

Despite the stern warnings of multiple parties, there has been growing speculation that United States House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi might visit Taiwan during her Asian tour

PLA shows it stands ready to safeguard nation’s sovereignty and territorial integrity

Monday marks the 95th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Liberation Army. During that course of time, the PLA has made historical achievements in striving for national

Show us how Zhou became super-rich

Never flaunt your wealth is a well-known ancient Chinese maxim. Obviously, Zhou Jie, a 28-year-old employee of the State-owned Capital Operation Holding Group in eastern China’s Jiangxi province,

Taiwan question being recklessly hijacked by Washington politicians

This year is the 30th anniversary of the 1992 Consensus in which both sides of the Taiwan Straits agreed that there is only one China. A gathering

A decade of rising forest cover and better protecting the environment

Just as US presidents always take part in the annual Thanksgiving Day ceremony of pardoning the turkey in the White House and thanking God for a bountiful harvest,

Some positivity injected into China-EU ties

The ninth round of the China-EU High-Level Trade and Economic Dialogue, held virtually on Tuesday, was pragmatic, candid, efficient and constructive, according to the Chinese Ministry of Commerce.

Pelosi’s proposed visit to Taiwan will bankrupt US credit with its hypocrisy

By airing the possibility of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visiting Taiwan next month, Washington is testing Beijing’s reaction. It was originally planned that she would visit the

Arms sales to Taiwan only serve to sustain secessionists’ delusions

The US State Department has approved the potential sale of military technological assistance worth $108 million to Taiwan. It will be the fifth arms deal with the

Japan’s Constitution changers still have to dream

Article 9 of the Japanese Constitution has defined the country’s postwar international relations. The so-called no war clause ended the military’s hold on the Japanese state, limiting its

Imperative to narrow development gap

Monday was World Population Day. In his message to mark the day and the release of the United Nations latest World Population Prospects report, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres

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