Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and US President Donald Trump held a summit meeting on February 10 in Washington DC. Abe's tour took place when Trump's newly released immigration ban attracted widespread criticism. Tokyo was hoping that the visit, considered as Japan's timely support to the White House, can help build a close personal relationship between Abe and Trump.
Lotte's golf course would be used for the deployment of THAAD anti-missile system.
Asian countries will be assured and regional development guaranteed when the world's top two powers can properly coordinate their strategies.
Trump may have to spend a considerable amount of time sorting out his relationship with the media as well as realizing a certain degree of cooperation with the establishment. If he fails, it means the US remains unchanged. If he succeeds, the world will see a new America.
A recent article in your newspaper titled "More overseas students look for jobs at home" talked about the phenomenon that an increasing number of Chinese students who studied in the US will go back to China to carve out their career.
I'm so sorry President Donald Trump, please allow me to apologize in advance. I'm sure you know us Canadians are an overly polite bunch, so it pains me to be so blunt to say you got your comeuppance at the hand of our handsome prime minister. Let's call it "handshake-gate."
China and Sri Lanka celebrates the 60th anniversary of their diplomatic ties this year. As Sri Lanka assumes a strategic position in the Indian Ocean, Chinese investments in the country and the Sri Lanka-China friendship, which has lasted for centuries through the ancient maritime Silk Road, have often been viewed in the context of geopolitical competition. What is the current status of the bilateral relationship between China and Sri Lanka? How can the role of Chinese investments in Sri Lanka be evaluated objectively? Global Times (GT) reporter Yu Jincui spoke to Dr. Karunasena Kodituwakku (Kodituwakku), the Ambassador of Sri Lanka to the People's Republic of China, on these issues.
The SCJ has just put forward an interim report after a discussion which lasted half a year and the final report will be released in April, which, however, is expected to be nominal only as not to wield any practical restraint on research staff. But it is hoped that Japanese scientists will not have the same regret as Albert Einstein who repented of having indirectly claimed hundreds of thousands of lives in Hiroshima and Nagasaki in an instant by working out the famous equation E=mc² which laid the theoretical foundation for nuclear power development.
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is the core problem in the Middle East that is hard to solve. The current turmoil in the Middle East closely relates to the previous US policy. If the Trump administration does adopt the one-state solution in actions and policy, it will do nothing but cause more upheaval in the region.
Sunday marks the 20th anniversary of the death of former Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping. As can be seen from the Internet, many Chinese remember the day and are spontaneously commemorating Deng, one of the greatest men of the last century.
The Chinese Commerce Ministry and General Administration of Customs announced Saturday that China would suspend all imports of coal from North Korea starting February 19 until the end of 2017 to implement UN Resolution 2321. Last month, China released a new list of items banned for export to North Korea and the decree is unprecedented.
The US stirs up trouble in the South China Sea.
The "Tibetan-in-exile" community in Switzerland has found it more difficult to obtain an official identification of Tibetan refugee since Berne revised its immigration policy and asked those Tibetans to change their nationality to China in July 2016.
In some Southeast Asian countries, immigration officers frequently ask Chinese travelers for tips. Recently, a male tourist from China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region was beaten by Vietnamese customs officers in Mong Cai, Vietnam, when he refused to pay tips upon his exit.