Government set to pursue high-quality development and common interests

The central government has done a good job over the past five years in keeping the economy and employment growing within a rational range. It has done so

Meeting would be provocation no matter where

According to a recent report by the Financial Times, Taiwan leader Tsai Ing-wen will meet with US House of Representatives Speaker Kevin McCarthy in California next month while

Top political advisers must faithfully shoulder their responsibility

The new leadership of the country’s top political advisory body for the next five years will be elected at the First Plenary Session of the 14th National

Defense budget increase restrained despite complex security challenges

In stark contrast to many major countries around the world that have hiked their defense spending by a big margin in recent years, China’s defense budget will grow

TikTok target of anti-China paranoia

The furor in the United States over so-called Chinese spying, sparked by the Joe Biden administration’s botched response to an errant Chinese meteorological research balloon, has been given

China’s growth key driver of world recovery

One of the biggest fillips to the global economy this year will be the strong rebound in China’s economy thanks to the country adjusting its COVID-19 response after

US animosity toward Russia root cause of Ukraine conflict

Any proposal that fails to address the root cause of the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict will not bring an end to the fighting and secure a comprehensive, just and

Position paper will point to Global Security Initiative as solution for hotspot issues

Since senior Chinese diplomat Wang Yi told the Munich Security Conference on Saturday that the Chinese government would issue a position paper on the Ukraine crisis there has

Washington’s risky imprudence in Straits

US Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Michael Chase has reportedly arrived in Taiwan for a visit. If reports about the senior Pentagon official’s trip turn out to be

‘Guardrails’ mustn’t be at cost of Chinese security

Wang Yi, director of the Office of the Foreign Affairs Commission of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, had “an unofficial engagement” with US Secretary of State

Safer world requires saying no to hegemony

With the hostilities in Ukraine showing no signs of abating and geopolitical tensions increasing on multiple fronts, Chinese top diplomat Wang Yi’s keynote speech at the Munich Security

Hysteria on full show in the Hollywoodly hyping up of nonexistent espionage threat

The United States is living its dream. Well a Hollywood one, at least. Defending itself from an invasion by UFOs. A US fighter jet shot down an “unidentified

DPP stands in way of cross-Straits exchanges

The meeting between Wang Huning, a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, and visiting Hsia Li-yan, vice-chairman

New green barrier built for self-interests

The visits French Economy Minister Bruno Le Maire and his German counterpart Robert Habeck paid to the United States earlier this week were another appeal to the US

Australia can set a positive example

It is encouraging that Australian Minister for Trade Don Farrell acknowledged that trade and investment has always been “part of the bedrock” for relations between Australia and China

Paranoia spurs China-bashers to dramatize balloon incident into a Hollywood blockbuster

China has strongly protested at the shooting down of its meteorological balloon that had strayed into US airspace “completely accidentally”. A US military fighter jet shot down

Sanctions won’t crush China’s hi-tech rise

To further strangle China’s technology sector, the United States is reportedly considering banning all sales to Chinese telecommunications equipment giant Huawei by US suppliers, including Intel and Qualcomm.

Birth registration changes better protect rights

Sichuan province’s newly-amended regulation on birth registration requires no marriage certificate for anyone to register the birth of a baby. Which means a single parent or unmarried couple

Epidemic data defy alarmist claims

That there has been no surge in novel coronavirus infections and no new variant of the virus has appeared on the mainland before and during the Chinese New

No backtracking on reform and opening-up

With the refining of the COVID-19 pandemic prevention and control measures, the Chinese economy is set for a robust rebound in growth, and China took the World Economic

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