Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Op-Ed >> Observer
Source: Global Times Published: April 23, 2014 23:53
There have been cases of Westerners who behave in an uncivilized manner in Hong Kong, but it’s rare to see Hongkongers react fiercely to them.
Source: Global Times Published: April 23, 2014 00:08
It is no surprise that Western filmmakers are interested in the legacy of Mao Zedong because through the lenses of that era can they grasp an understanding of why China has become what it is today, such as how the fabric of people’s daily life has been formed and what various problems the country is...
Source: Global Times Published: April 22, 2014 00:08
It is an important step for the rule of law to make police officers carrying guns a normal practice.
Source: Global Times Published: April 21, 2014 00:13
It is hoped the latest shooting will not stir up nationalistic sentiments within the two countries
Source: Global Times Published: April 18, 2014 00:28
Then comes the question: Do Americans really need to be taught how not to be involved in spying?
Searching for MH370 sadly politicized by competition
Source: Global Times Published: April 17, 2014 00:03
A heart-wrenching search, that requires concerted efforts and cooperation, is sadly becoming a politicized event.
Source: Global Times Published: April 16, 2014 00:38
The US is still the world’s biggest power admittedly. But in an era when the Internet can get you everywhere and expose everything, the US should not put its own security interests and values above the world’s interests and diversity of global values.
Source: Global Times Published: April 15, 2014 00:03
We should be able to see that both the government and society have proceeded in dealing with pollution issues. Meanwhile, we request further improvement. As long as we can face up to these issues, China can hope to address and solve the pollution impasse.
Source: Global Times Published: April 13, 2014 23:58
Whether Pengshan’s move will mend officials’ image in the eyes of the public remains an open question, but at least it knows where to start.
Source: Global Times Published: April 10, 2014 23:53
Many China watchers have observed this trend in China and pointed out loopholes in the system of China’s officialdom. The best way to clear away public doubts is for authorities to publish convincing information relating to official deaths and bring enlightened transparency. Only this way can they r...
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