OPINION

China's approach in Xinjiang best answers Western criticism


China's approach has been in consonance with the real protection of human rights by conforming to the rule of law, guaranteeing better livelihood, and ensuring the right to survive and develop of every terrorist and extremist who can be saved. This is the best response to groundless condemnation by the US-led Western world.

Deutsche Telekom's motive harms China-Germany ties

Deutsche Telekom's move is against the rules of the market economy. If German companies set political standards and ban Huawei for political reasons, China will not sit idly and ignore it.
Source: Global Times | 2019/11/21 21:28:40

Inherent US hostility against North Korea makes it hard to resolve issues

Even if Trump has already adjusted his North Korea policy, even if the US-South Korea large-scale military exercise has been postponed indefinitely, the so-called goodwill can hardly change the cruel reality – Washington's hostile policy against Pyongyang is likely to remain, and the future of the Korean Peninsula will stay strained for a long time. It is hoped that such tension will not spin out of control.
Source: Global Times | 2019/11/21 21:18:41

How Western media paints a prostitution solicitor as a political victim

Western public opinion is telling a monstrous lie to the world against China. China is leading its people toward modernization but is portrayed as a dark country frequently violating human rights. People-centric China is promoting practical resolution of multiple issues and has achieved fruitful outcomes, but is criticized for “autocracy.” The current age is the most absurd one for Western public opinion.
Source: Global Times | 2019/11/21 17:02:28

Esper's trip to Asia yields little

As Asia becomes more mature, the desire and consensus of all parties to jointly manage differences is getting stronger. The US must not overestimate its ability to disrupt Asia by playing tricks. It will get tired and face disappointment.
Source: Global Times | 2019/11/21 20:48:42

Nixon and a changing NY Chinese food scene

Then we tried the notorious Chinese spirit, baijiu, chatted about how tomatoes were first brought to China and how a certain Chinese dish is similar to a Portuguese one. There might be something more important to talk about. But no one bothered. Intoxicated, my eyes caught a line in the menu: “This month, as we renew and recreate that menu, if only to ask the same question: 'can Peking duck end a war?'” What war? I must be drunk.
Source: Global Times | 2019/11/21 19:58:41

Compromises by stakeholders necessary for resolving Korean Peninsula crisis

That being said, to tackle the Korean Peninsula nuclear issue, both sides have to make more compromises to achieve mutual trust.
Source: Global Times | 2019/11/21 19:53:41

With new president, Sri Lanka ties look bright

Cooperation with China mirrors Sri Lanka's wish to use its geographical advantage and to turn itself into a transport hub in the North Indian Ocean. However, Colombo's ambition has made other major regional powers uneasy. They have the right to be concerned. But Sri Lanka also has the right to make policies that are in line with its own interests.
Source: Global Times | 2019/11/21 19:38:40

Do Chinese-American relations have to be improved?

I believe that while discussing the change in US strategy for China, the Chinese academic community should also seriously discuss what China's strategy for the US should be like in the future.
Source: Global Times | 2019/11/20 23:03:40

Call it 'Support HK Violence Act'

Hong Kong's future is bound to that of the entire China, instead of the US.
Source: Global Times | 2019/11/20 22:53:40

CNN fails to understand how China reduces pollution

CNN ignored that the Chinese government has long before noticed the concerns of its people. The key is not about public pressure, but about how exactly to respond to it.
Source: Global Times | 2019/11/20 22:33:41

Impeachment a tool in US political infighting

Donald Trump's presidency is on a bumpy ride.
Source: Global Times | 2019/11/20 22:16:25

Why Hong Kong middle class fails to see the sinister designs of radical protesters

The future of Hong Kong is in the hands of the middle-class, more of whom should make choices wisely and fulfill their obligations to society.
Source: Global Times | 2019/11/20 22:08:40

US steps up interventionism with Hong Kong bill

China must play the role of safeguarding national stakes and multilateral development interests under globalization, resolutely striking back at acts of US interventionism and promoting a new international economic and political order that is fair and equitable.
Source: Global Times | 2019/11/20 20:23:41