Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife arrived in Beijing on Sunday for an official visit amid celebration for the 25th anniversary of the establishment of Israel-China diplomatic relations.
Donald Trump gave his first speech to the Congress on February 28 which later surveys revealed around three quarters of respondents approved. Whether the new president might have weathered a storm or the public approval was just an illusion, there is a trap in front of him, set by his political enemies.
In a society of moral diversity, we might have to rethink about our definition of universal values. The current definition, as given by the West, is based solely on the progress of Western societies in the past few centuries.
Donald Trump's ascension to power left the world reeling in shock and he has become one of the most trending personalities on social media.
After Brexit and Donald Trump's surprising win in the US presidential elections, the election in the country of tulips has not turned out to be a shocking surprise.
The latest display of patriotism saw young Chinese putting their country before South Korean idols.
The latest came from some scholars in Canada whose newly published report found that people with Asian last names are 28 percent less likely to be called for a job interview than those with the same qualification but a Western last name. The study was based on data collected in Canada, but the authors told the media they believe the result can be applied to the US too.
Amid an atmosphere of general global uncertainty, the delegates and decision-makers at the two sessions currently taking place in Beijing have a historic opportunity to establish a firm foundation for China's economic reform process.
Not every second-generation immigrant would feel confused about their identity. However, almost every one of them will ponder on the issue of identity at some point in their lives and make their own decision on whether or not to address it and search for that connection.
At the invitation of Chinese President Xi Jinping, Saudi Arabia's King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud started his state visit to China on Wednesday.
National lawmakers at the ongoing annual session of the National People's Congress will start deliberating and then vote on the draft general provisions of civil law on Wednesday, which is a big step for China's legal construction.
Russian President Vladimir Putin wrapped up a two-day visit to Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan in late February, a rare Central Asian trip of late.
Bill Gates recently said during a media interview that robots are going to replace human workers and should be taxable. He argued that owners or manufacturers of robots should pay additional taxes, and "people are saying that the arrival of that robot is a net loss."
Since taking office in January, US President Donald Trump's Asia-Pacific policy has been closely watched by China and other Asia-Pacific countries given the rising uncertainties in the Korean Peninsula and the South China Sea.
The question that seems to linger in Western mainstream media is, "for how long will BRICS hold?" Initial reports by the same media seem to suggest that it was the West, and in particular Jim O'Neill of Goldman Sachs, who is responsible for the establishment of this organization. What a fallacy!
Stereotypes of the Chinese community partly results from biased coverage of Western media.
Recently, a video of a profanity-laden tirade against two girls on Beijing's subway went viral and touched the nerve of millions of migrants. In the video that was filmed by a passenger, a 17-year-old teenager is seen cursing at the two girls and calling them "a bunch of outsider bitches" before pushing one of them off the train carriage.
As the International Women's Day was approaching, the question kept flashing back in my mind. My instinct turned out to be right. There were many Chinese who voted for Trump and I personally know some of them. But, no one has cited gender as a reason for their choice.