OPINION

Abe’s resource-seeking flops in Russia


Putin’s Japan trip, originally scheduled for this autumn, hasn’t been settled. This is an implication that individual relationships between state leaders can in no way replace their nation’s strategic interests.

Gaokao obsession wrecks students’ health and fun

On October 14, over 4,000 teachers and students from a high school in Southwest China’s Sichuan Province completed a 1-kilometer-long jog, kicking off a first for physical education campaigns in China.
Source: Global Times | 2014-10-25 13:14:18

Another scramble for tickets

People in Beijing are facing another scramble for tickets. Employees in government agencies and public institutions are allowed to have a six-day holiday from November 7 to 12 during APEC meetings.
Source: Global Times | 2014-10-25 13:14:18

Exiles more hawkish than US hawks

Massachusetts state government on Thursday decided to award a $566.6 million contract to China North Rail (CNR) in order to purchase 284 subway cars.
Source: Global Times | 2014-10-25 13:14:18

Cutting its losses

Lloyds' plan to cut more banking jobs
Source: Global Times | 2014-10-24 0:48:02

Governing officials by law paramount

The plenum has sent a clear signal that China is making strides in comprehensively advancing the rule of law.
Source: Global Times | 2014-10-24 0:48:01

Global anti-terror agenda should not miss out Xinjiang

Beijing’s iron fist to fight terrorism should be extended beyond its borders, which will help it secure the stability of its westernmost land. International cooperation is playing a bigger role in anti-terrorism, and China must enhance its efforts as a part of it.
Source: Global Times | 2014-10-24 0:43:01

Voice on the reason why Mark Zuckerberg learned Chinese

I want to study Chinese culture. Studying the language helps me study the culture.
Source: Global Times | 2014-10-24 0:43:01

Voice on the Wednesday shootings around Parliament Hill in Ottawa

It’s a day, I feel, where Canada lost its innocence.
Source: Global Times | 2014-10-24 0:33:01

China’s Nobel complex overrated, but scientific tide may yet turn

This day, the book believes, will come soon. By that time, Chinese people will no longer be complacent about one Nobel winner, instead, the happiness brought by the sciences will be attached much more attention.
Source: Global Times | 2014-10-23 19:03:01

Abe’s resource-seeking flops in Russia

Putin’s Japan trip, originally scheduled for this autumn, hasn’t been settled. This is an implication that individual relationships between state leaders can in no way replace their nation’s strategic interests.
Source: Global Times | 2014-10-23 18:58:02

China has to promote rule of law via binding State and society alike

One hopes that the fourth plenum will push China down this road, strengthen the rule of law, and strengthen governance in China.
Source: Global Times | 2014-10-23 18:53:01

Talks with Occupy could bring breakthroughs

The dialogue, to some extent, serves as an opportunity for the student protesters to express their dissatisfaction and is hence helpful for bringing breakthroughs in the current standoff.
Source: Global Times | 2014-10-23 18:48:03

Western indifference could turn war-torn Libya into next Somalia

Therefore, it is highly advisable that the Western powers take responsibility in the reconstruction of Libya because the turbulence there could impact the situation in North Africa and even the whole Middle East.
Source: Xinhua | 2014-10-23 18:48:02