China’s peaceful rise creates jobs, investment projects and economic opportunities.
But as the US tends to increasingly present itself as divided, isolated and unpredictable under Trump’s presidency, perhaps the only thing that will attract and lighten up the world is being able to mock the eccentric and bombastic president.
Ideology used to be a bone of contention in the Cold War.
Besides, keeping cyberspace safe and stable is significant for not only China, but the entire world.
After all, such a large number of Chinese Catholics should not be excluded out of the Holy See’s social network forever.
As for the US, there is no way it can really contain the process, which is inevitable because of globalization.
Evidently the working class is furious, and elected Trump in protest.
India’s way of dealing with the issue shows, once again, the gap between its ambition and its strength.
It is hoped the movie can generate interest among Western audience to learn more about the Great Wall and China.
It indicates that in future, how much influence China can assert in the region will in large part depend on the quality of the Sino-US relationship.
Trump should face the fact that even at the pinnacle of its strength, the US was not powerful enough to force any country to surrender its core interests, not to mention the current situation.
For instance, if Trump adopts increasing protectionist measures in trade against China, this will also implicate Japan and South Korea. China should keep a close eye on interactions between countries in the region, enhancing communications with them as well as strengthening strategic planning.
In a lecture on Tuesday, former Taiwan leader Ma Ying-jeou said full consideration should be given to cross-Straits relations and Taiwan’s ties with the US, and the two should never be used against each other. His clear-minded remarks need to be taken seriously.
This will give China a peaceful and stable environment for development, and its neighboring countries a free ride to benefit from its growth. Addressing the South China Sea disputes could be the first step.
China is attaching greater importance to scientific research and attracting more and more researchers from abroad. But in the meantime, it still has lots of deficiencies in funding the research projects. This needs much self-reflection and immediate action.
It seems that Western countries are unable to realize there is a discrepancy between China’s legal system and the West’s.
It is even more politically harebrained to ask for support from India, a move that will only complicate the situation and leave a narrower space to sort the issue out.
This principle is reached in European countries at the cost of blood and lives. It merits attention from other countries where multiple religions exist.