North Korea's latest missile test is an apparent sign of defiance against the UN Security Council's meeting on the country's nuclear issue on Friday, a Chinese expert said.
The one-child policy has exerted great impacts on the entire society.
Regarding geopolitical significance, aircraft carriers will help deter potential provocative actions against China.
Trump’s first 100 days in office have displayed what the priorities of his presidency are, with articulate policy measures on the US’ foreign relations and the “America first” strategy.
Certainly, the whole world has every reason to celebrate Trump’s failure to fully deliver on his “100 Day Plan.”
What’s worse, the public broadcasting can suppress the atmosphere at school.
You would think after the Dao incident stirred up public rage, all airlines would be doing everything they could to avoid getting into similar predicaments. Well, that is far too logical for an industry that can behave in an exceptionally cavalier way.
Under the Bay Area scheme, the flows of labor, capital and goods between cities in the area will be facilitated, particularly after the opening of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge, Shenzhen-Zhongshan Highway and regional inter-city high-speed rails.
Policies based on nationalism may not take feasibility and effectiveness into consideration.
The Sino-Russian ties have surpassed ordinary power relationship, and are consolidated based on the common cognitions on civilization, international order and people’s demands.
The drastic change in the French political structure amid an unfolding crisis indicates that voters have become divided, with a majority of them showing distrust toward mainstream parties and shifting their support to Le Pen or Macron.
The reality is such policies only provide a general set of standards. These standards are applied inconsistently and have even led to significant controversies that illustrate the challenges both users and moderators face when dealing with controversial content.
In one of the most saddening, baffling and alarming incidents of Pakistani campus violence, a young male university student Mashal Khan has recently been brutally murdered by a mob, apparently after being tortured. This has left the whole nation wondering: Who killed him and why?
The President of Turkey, Tayyip Erdogan, was the winner of the referendum on April 16. Now able to concentrate the executive powers, he will be legally more powerful to govern as the parliamentary democracy system has been transformed into a presidential one.
A recent news story about the first comments made by Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch has taken parts of the Internet by storm, with his ringing denunciation of Islamic extremism and pledges to forbid American schools from doing anything other than teaching children how to stop "radical Islam." The problem, of course, is that this "news" is completely false. But it, like other stories of a similar ilk, is far from harmless fun. In fact, they have created real harm, stirring up ethnic and religious conflicts and conjuring up the specter of enraged mobs seeking "justice" for events that have not in fact occurred.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi recently revealed that 28 heads of state and government have confirmed their attendance on the Belt and Road summit scheduled to be held in Beijing in mid-May. Some Western media quickly shed light on the absence of leaders from major Western powers. How to respond to such reports? What impacts will the upcoming summit have?
Since China proposed the Belt and Road project in 2013, there has been heated discussion outside China, especially in South Asian countries adjacent to China. What are the considerations and concerns of South Asian countries toward this initiative? How can China address their concerns and boost cooperation?
Unlike the West, many universities in China, fenced and guarded around the clock, are like Ivory Towers where students hardly step out of the small social circles they have formed. While college students are always encouraged to participate in various kinds of campus groups to accumulate "social" experiences, they are sheltered by fences and guards, and given no access to the real world. Opening up means more exchanges and integration with people outside their community and is an important way to prepare them for the workplace.