OP-ED >> Letters

China looked at in a skewed, biased manner

Yes, there is a tendency among many countries to look at China’s position in a skewed and bias manner.
Source: Global Times | 2014/10/13 20:28:02

Is the ‘umbrella revolution’ a revolution?

I trust most New Yorkers would not call “Occupy Wall Street” a revolution, but just a protest movement for economic equality.
Source: Global Times | 2014/10/8 23:43:06

Pity that young tourists misunderstand 'traveling poor'

Traveling is a life treasure – this is already a consensus among young Chinese. But it’s a pity that many of them only agree when their trips can be something they can take out to show off.
Source: Global Times | 2014/9/21 18:38:01

Europe should drop bias against Russia’s cultural differences

The ongoing Ukraine crisis has fully demonstrated that economic globalization is in no way a panacea to a myriad of sophisticated international hot spot issues.
Source: Global Times | 2014/9/9 18:33:01

Many Chinese rich still chasing American dream

The news of the exhaustion of the EB-5 visa has caused quite a stir on China’s social network.
Source: Global Times | 2014/9/2 19:23:01

Sports should not be about medals and ‘success’

The Nanjing Youth Olympic Games could serve as a start for Chinese authorities to change their mindset about how sports should and must serve the interests of the nation. Sports are not the privilege of captive athletes, but part of the life of the public.
Source: Global Times | 2014/8/25 18:43:02

Costs of first-generation migrants largely paid by parents

I think this is a deeply embedded “Chinese dream” that drives us to find new possibilities.
Source: Global Times | 2014/8/18 22:38:01

Generational compromise not mission impossible

Chinese parents are frequently blamed for not relaxing their grip on wedding planning, even though their children are the ones actually getting married.
Source: Global Times | 2014/8/11 20:13:01

Apple not the only smartphone maker deserving scrutiny

For the general public, a more perilous threat is the one they do not know about, rather than the one who confesses openly.
Source: Global Times | 2014/8/4 20:53:01

Meaningless to blame talent flow to mainland for TransAsia crash

It is always easier to blame others than reflecting on oneself.
Source: Global Times | 2014/7/30 0:38:01

Young people have same ambitions for life in every country

Purely in terms of living styles, people in different countries can see the positive and negative parts of each other’s everyday life in detail nowadays.
Source: Global Times | 2014/7/21 19:38:01

Philanthropy is not about publicity or patriotism

Showing stacks of yuan to the public was a headline-grabbing move, but he didn’t realize that charity is based on equality and mutual respect.
Source: Global Times | 2014/7/14 16:43:01

World Cup zeal needs to transfer to domestic soccer too

“Why is the Chinese men’s soccer team so bad?” one asked. The punchline: “The allocated time for sports classes has been appropriated by the teachers of other classes.”
Source: Global Times | 2014/7/7 19:13:01

China’s strategic asset is food for thought

Countries were placed in income-based categories to establish the accessibility and affordability of food by consumers in domestic environments.
Source: Global Times | 2014/6/30 23:28:47

Good teaching can burnish image overseas

When Chinese-speaking foreigners bring hope and profits back to their own countries, these countries may have felt the meaning of mutual benefits and stop speculating about the Confucius Institutes’ intentions.
Source: Global Times | 2014/6/23 19:21:58

Yulin officials must cook up better dog plan

The dog meat festival is a custom and business-oriented event, and shouldn’t be labeled as a brutality. The involvement of the local government is not an attempt to manipulate the free market, but an effort that must be taken to restore the image of Yulin.
Source: Global Times | 2014/6/16 18:33:01

Youthful ambition isn’t limited to vast metropolises

There are so many lifestyles in this world. It is not that working in a big metropolis means chasing a successful career, and going to smaller cities means becoming idle.
Source: Global Times | 2014/6/9 18:58:02

Beijing 'Kremlin' shows need for corruption crackdown

Will anyone believe that the officials inside these buildings live a frugal lifestyle?
Source: Global Times | 2013/12/30 22:33:02