International order needs new formulas: expert

So the new global order should reinforce the idea of noninterference and self-determination. We don't need to invent anything; everything is already in place. It's the UN charter and the basic principles of international law that we all subscribe to. I think we should refer to the UN-based international order for as long as possible.

Political stability key for Hong Kong's future

If opposition parties can freely implement political extremism with Western support, Hong Kong will be completely messed up. However, Hong Kong alone cannot shoulder the responsibility of its future prosperity. The whole country has to shoulder it.
Source: Global Times | 2019/4/24 23:02:35

Time for US to recognize BRI's value

One needs courage to set aside prejudice and face reality. Some insightful people in the US believe that Washington should not ignore the benefits the BRI projects have brought to the world economy. Washington and its followers should be brave to acknowledge the BRI's success, and to build relationships with the BRI and jointly shape the future.
Source: Global Times | 2019/4/24 21:49:22

All aboard!

The Second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation will kick off on Thursday in Beijing on a larger scale and with more higher-level participants than last year. The summit is expected to have abundant outcomes.
Source: Global Times | 2019/4/24 21:23:40

Religious revenge by terrorists needs to be curbed

We must resolutely maintain the social and spiritual independence of Chinese society and thwart attempts by extremist groups to enter the country. No matter how chaotic the world is, we have to make sure that our landscape is good.
Source: Global Times | 2019/4/24 20:28:40

Easter attacks reflect dilemma of religious governance

Colombo is an important node of the “21st Century Maritime Silk Road” and thus Sri Lanka is an integral part of Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). The stability and prosperity of Sri Lanka is related to mutual development of BRI with China.
Source: Global Times | 2019/4/24 20:18:41

Secularization answer to peace of religions

Sri Lankans partly attribute this construction boom to the Chinese people. When they mention China, they say that the Chinese are our good friends. The entry of atheist Chinese who are secular is changing the economic structure here. Secularization brought by the Chinese will help play down religious disputes among different faiths in the country. Some Westerners say that Chinese people cannot go far because they do not believe in religion. However, they ignore the power of secularization in bringing about change.
Source: Global Times | 2019/4/24 20:18:40

Linking Europe and Asia offers opportunities

The EU believes in China and in the EU-China partnership. We are therefore ready to work with China and other partners, in the spirit of openness and engagement, to build bridges for the prosperity of the EU, China and the world.
Source: Global Times | 2019/4/24 10:38:40

Electric car woes

A video, went viral on China's social media plarform Weibo, shows a new-energy vehicle emit smoke and burst into flames soon.
Source: Global Times | 2019/4/23 21:48:41

China's security helps regional stability

The PLA Navy will continue to grow. It will make great progress in hardware by its 80th anniversary. We hope this will be a process in which the Western Pacific Ocean consolidates peace and deepens reciprocal cooperation.
Source: Global Times | 2019/4/23 21:43:41

Sound management key to high-tech competitiveness

All important technologies involving social stability can cause unbearable loss and harm to a country without proper supervision. High-tech management, which makes technologies develop in a healthy way, could be a decisive factor in determining whether a country is more technologically competitive. As technology rapidly evolves, management must keep up with that speed. China has made its call.
Source: Global Times | 2019/4/23 21:08:40

Emasculated US learns to deal with new status by changing policy

With its leadership eroded, America has started changing the nature of its policy. It tries to make up its diminished influence through policy adjustments, particularly bullying and intimidation. This may work in the short term. To avoid direct strategic confrontation with the US, other countries tend to make certain concessions to it. But in the long run, it will hurt the US' own interest. America's relations with other countries, including China, will eventually return to the conventional logic of international relations.
Source: Global Times | 2019/4/23 19:18:41

Port will make Gwadar a prosperous city

The Gwadar Port in Pakistan is a key project of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) under the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). The strategic location of the port promises to be a facilitator of regional trade and development. Pakistani journalist Yasir Habib Khan, on behalf of the Global Times (GT), interviewed Naseer Khan Kashani (Kashani), chairman of Gwadar Port Authority (GPA) under the Ministry of Maritime Affairs, on how the port is going to influence development in the region.
Source: Global Times | 2019/4/23 19:13:41

How China should respond to US' Iranian oil request

There is a need to strengthen coordination among countries. If the issue can be dragged, then let it drag. Otherwise, the issue can be modified. If it cannot be modified, let it be analyzed on a case-by-case basis. On the issue of boycotting US sanctions against Iraq, we cannot disregard principles or interests. This is a time to test wisdom.
Source: Global Times | 2019/4/23 17:13:40