Democracy dies when money knocks on the door

Dark money is pouring into the US political arena as the 2022 midterm elections approach. According to The New York Times, Barre Seid, a secretive electronics magnate, has

Clear sign that opening-up is moving on

In a sign that China will continue to attract foreign investors with improved investment environment and better services, the central authorities have pledged to further facilitate the border

New leadership to inspire nation on modernization

The new Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China Central Committee was elected at the first plenary session of the 20th CPC Central

Japan-Australia military cooperation should not target any third party

The current Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, elected in May, has generally shown a positive attitude toward his country’s ties with China by taking action to correct his

Strong will for reunification can’t be overlooked

When General Secretary Xi Jinping made a solemn promise that the reunification of the two sides across the Taiwan Straits must be realized, there was a long burst

Trade with China is good for the US

History shows that cooperating with China has always served the United States well. When the two countries broke ice in 1972 and established diplomatic relations in 1979, the

Country’s door will only be opened wider

The report delivered at the opening of the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China in Beijing on Sunday stressed that China will continue to open-up

China’s party congress promises continuity, not change

The overarching theme emerging from China's ongoing Communist Party congress is one of continuity, not change. The weeklong meeting, which opened Sunday, is expected to reappoint Xi Jinping as leader,

Multilateralism lights the way to a brighter future for all

At a time when the COVID-19 pandemic is still raging in many parts of the world and humankind is facing a variety of grave global challenges and crises,

Partnerships for a brighter shared future

Despite the now prevalent Western narratives surrounding such controversial topics as the South China Sea and the Ukraine conflict, there should be little doubt that China is a

China’s dramatic rise in global sports arena 

As I worked as a sports journalist for my first 10 years with China Daily, I have closely followed how China has grown from a minor player in

UK spy chief barking up wrong tree by hyping up China tech threat

In excerpts from a speech for a security lecture of a think tank in London that were released on Monday, Jeremy Fleming, director of Government Communications Headquarters of

Decade of people-first development

Years from now, history will record how much unfair criticism China has received in sticking to its dynamic clearing policy to fight the still raging, but intentionally ignored

Imperative that rapid worsening of Ukraine crisis is promptly arrested

Another leak has been detected in the undersea pipelines running from Russia to Europe, the Swedish Coast Guard said on Thursday. That means four leaks have now

Red tourism growing in popularity

“Red tourism”, a subset of tourism in which people visit locations and memorials of historical significance to the Communist Party of China, has given a much-needed shot in

China-Japan ties for next 50 years

The China-Japan Joint Statement, inked by the two countries’ governments on Sept 29, 1972, put a complete end to the post-war confrontation and isolation between Beijing and Tokyo,

Measures can spur momentum of foreign trade

In spite of all the clamor about boosting domestic consumption as the main driver of growth, and the endeavors to that effect, foreign trade, export-oriented processing in particular,

Meloni’s victory another sign of public discontent in Europe

With her party, Brothers of Italy, winning the most votes in the country’s national election, Giorgia Meloni is set to become Italy’s first female prime minister. That

Global efforts for peace and prosperity needed

The more severe and complex the international situation becomes, the more urgent it is for countries to maintain communication and interaction. That the Chinese delegation was one of

Irresponsible to say pandemic is over

The pandemic is by no means over. “We are still in the tunnel. We are just beginning to glimpse the light at the end of that tunnel,”

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