OPINION

Pragmatism key to healthy Sino-US ties


With lingering tensions in the South China Sea, uncertainties have remained in the Sino-US relationship. Where are bilateral relations heading? How can the two countries cooperate to reduce divergences and enhance mutual trust? During the just concluded Third US-China Young Scholars Forum in Nanjing, East China's Jiangsu Province, co-hosted by the Carter Center and the Global Times, scholars from both China and the US shared their views on these issues.

Priced out

China's skyrocketing property price
Source: Global Times | 2016/9/26 0:18:39

US human rights record marred by shooting sprees

The right to life is the priority in human rights. Although the US used to have quite a positive record in safeguarding human rights, it now faces unprecedented challenges.
Source: Global Times | 2016/9/26 0:13:39

West fabricates China-Russia spy scandals

Espionage is not an obstacle for China and Russia to deepen their comprehensive strategic partnership of coordination.
Source: Global Times | 2016/9/26 0:13:39

G20 pledges African industrialization support

During its summit in Hangzhou earlier this month, the G20 announced its first Initiative on Supporting Industrialization in Africa and LDCs. The 20 biggest economies in the world showed their "collective support" for the industrialization of the global south, and endorsed it as the solution for development challenges in Africa.
Source: Global Times | 2016/9/25 19:53:39

Pragmatism key to healthy Sino-US ties

With lingering tensions in the South China Sea, uncertainties have remained in the Sino-US relationship. Where are bilateral relations heading? How can the two countries cooperate to reduce divergences and enhance mutual trust? During the just concluded Third US-China Young Scholars Forum in Nanjing, East China's Jiangsu Province, co-hosted by the Carter Center and the Global Times, scholars from both China and the US shared their views on these issues.
Source: Global Times | 2016/9/25 19:48:39

Japan otaku culture spurs population drop

A recent survey of Japanese people aged 18 to 34 by the National Institute of Population and Social Security Research in Japan found that of 5,276 respondents, 69.8 percent of men and 59.1 percent of women are not in a relationship, a nearly 10 percent increase compared with 2010. About 42 percent of men and 44.2 percent of women said they are still virgins, both higher than in 2010. Around 40 percent of respondents said they didn't get married primarily because of financial concerns.
Source: Global Times | 2016/9/25 19:38:39

Philippines’ balancing act with China, Japan

Once Duterte comes to China before going to Japan, a new, positive interaction between China and the Philippines, starkly different from the Aquino III era, may be unveiled.
Source: Global Times | 2016/9/24 0:23:39

You’re fired!

The latest iPhone or a well-paid job, which will you choose?
Source: Global Times | 2016/9/24 0:18:39

Patriotism not simple hatred to former enemies

The past shame can never be forgotten. But what's the best way to remember it?
Source: Global Times | 2016/9/24 0:13:39

China’s stance on NK nuke issue needs support of others

Pyongyang’s fifth nuclear test, a serious violation of UN resolution, has put regional security and stability into great peril.
Source: Global Times | 2016/9/23 0:18:39

Pettiness seen in ‘China Owns US’ site

Chinese institutes should probably launch a similar website and name it as “US Swallows up China.”
Source: Global Times | 2016/9/23 0:18:39

Generous offer

Mark Zuckerberg is giving $3 billion to cure all diseases
Source: Global Times | 2016/9/22 23:58:39

Beijing-Ottawa pact helps asset recovery

The new agreement is also a crucial step for China in building a more robust and comprehensive international network for judicial cooperation.
Source: Global Times | 2016/9/22 22:03:39