Need to make TCM more effective, and acceptable to youths

When I visited my community clinic recently for some medicines, I saw a new face in the consultation room. “Yes, traditional Chinese medicine has been added to our

Revolutionary changes in transportation, from electric vehicles to ride sharing, could slow global warming

University of California, Davis A round the world, revolutionary changes are under way in transportation. More electric vehicles are on the road, people are taking

Aggressive action imperative to cut emissions

Reports by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change are considered the most authoritative, thus the most widely trusted, source of information and wisdom regarding climate change.

Who is a better ally for the US – Russia or China?

Harvard University Forty-five years ago last February, U.S. President Richard Nixon returned from a visit to China that shocked the world and unsettled leaders

EU should stand on the right side of history by upholding autonomy

Despite the two sides’ divergences on the Ukraine crisis and some other issues, the virtual meeting between President Xi Jinping and European Council President Charles Michel and European

China and the war in Ukraine: much to lose and little to gain

The war spurred by the invasion of Ukraine translates to a flagrant violation of international law, which is the foundation of one of the pillars of China's foreign policy -

For Hong Kong, life matters most

On Tuesday, the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region saw 7,596 new COVID-19 cases, the fourth day with new infections lower than 10,000. That’s still a big number,

Why many infections asymptomatic in China’s latest Covid-19 flare-ups?

Shanghai, China’s economic hub with a population of more than 24.87 million, is all geared up to deal with a flare-up of COVID-19 infections. People who follow

Local governments attractive targets for hackers

Local governments in the U.S., like schools and hospitals, are particularly enticing “soft targets” – organizations that lack the resources to defend themselves against routine cyberattacks, let alone

Following the US not in EU’s best interests

The current Russia-Ukraine crisis has played into the hands of the United States, which had hitherto been witnessing a widening divergence with its European allies. The European Union,

From ‘Great Russia’ to ‘Little China’

Until the invasion of Ukraine, European countries considered economic interdependence, in addition to NATO's military presence, to be the main assurance of peace on the European continent. Russia had much

Calling Asians ‘robotic’ is a racist stereotype with troubled history

When U.S. figure skater Nathan Chen won the gold medal in men’s figure skating at the 2022 Winter Olympics, a Washington Post article attributed his win to a

What is the new Covid-19 variant BA.2, and will it cause another wave of infections?

Prakash Nagarkatti University of South Carolina A new omicron subvariant of the virus that causes COVID-19, BA.2, is quickly becoming the predominant source of infections

Refined anti-pandemic tactics timely

The National Health Commission recently revised its guidelines on COVID-19 nucleic acid testing, asking places with newly emerged infections to conduct “targeted-area testing” based on local prevention and

Precise virus control to minimize the cost

The most difficult stage of a battle often harbors a key turning point in a war. With the Chinese mainland reporting 2,281 locally transmitted novel coronavirus infections

Anti-pandemic work must put people first

The latest flare-up of novel coronavirus infections on the Chinese mainland, driven by the more transmissible Omicron variant, shows no signs of easing, with 1,947 locally transmitted cases

Countries obliged to create space for peace

It was not another conversation in the ongoing flurry of video diplomacy against the backdrop of rising global challenges. It was an attempt to find a way to

The collapse of the Russian economy

Following the invasion (on February 24) of Ukraine by Russia, the EU and the Western world imposed severe sanctions, including financial ones. Transactions with seven of Russia’s largest

Zelenskyy, Biden show different styles, missions

U.S. President Joe Biden and Ukraine’s Volodymyr Zelenskyy are men of different generations, countries and styles — and with very different missions. Zelenskyy is fighting to save

Kyiv has faced adversity before – and a stronger identity grew in response

This is not the first time residents of Kyiv have fought to defend the city from an encroaching, larger army. On Jan. 30, 1918, a force made

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