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It is time to warn some Western people who look like gentlemen but are actually gang leaders. The world today is no longer a place where Western powers can drive around in their gunboats and flex muscles.
By Ding Gang | 2022/6/22 19:39:55
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  • Unlike US, China's rise is conducive to the world

    A rising China is conducive to the world. The stronger China is, the less the US will dare to provoke China, and the more stable China-US relations will be. And the stronger China is, the more peaceful and developed the world will be.

    By Wang Wen | 2022/6/20 17:14:05
  • Manufacturing retreat makes US economy more vulnerable to inflation

    Observing China's shopping festivals is a wonderful window into the interaction between the US and Chinese economies and trade. I hope they will realize that the industrial chain and supply chain are not at the mercy of their ideological standards.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/6/15 20:55:21
  • China stresses legal status of Taiwan Straits to deter US provocation

    As China has openly denied the fallacy that the Taiwan Straits are “international waters,” it is possible for PLA to take more determined actions against the US warships and aircraft's harmful moves in the Taiwan Straits. This will become a trend.

    By Hu Xijin | 2022/6/14 19:29:52
  • China pursues 'high-quality' economic recovery

    Compared with the past, China's current difficulties are not due to retrogression, but the hope of a better life.

    By Wang Wen | 2022/6/13 20:56:17
  • China-EU economic ties on brink of an ideological confrontation trap

    The economic and trade ties between China and the EU have not come easily. The two sides should avoid falling into an ideological confrontation, adopt a pragmatic attitude, and attach more attention to the actual benefits achieved through cooperation.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/6/8 15:39:42
  • Hypocrisy and malevolence of US policy toward China

    Blinken's China policy speech is a reflection of hypocrisy and malevolence of the Biden administration's policy toward China. Chinese people believe actions speak louder than words – beautiful rhetoric cannot conceal the ugliness in actions.

    By Wang Wen | 2022/6/6 12:17:51
  • Slim chance for US to be successful in Summit of Americas

    The chances for US to be sucessful in the Summit of Americas are quite low. Indeed, who among leaders of sovereign states would like to become an obedient schoolboy drilled by a demanding teacher?

    By Andrey Kortunov | 2022/6/5 14:07:41
  • America's attempt to impose old 'Cold War playbook' on China is doomed to fail

    US leaders may not really see relations with China as a return to the Cold War, but Washington's recourse to the tired tactics of ideological competition with the Soviet Union does leave a sense of helplessness.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/5/31 17:45:39
  • Talking China down will again fall flat

    Recently, many international financial institutions have continued to downgrade China's economic growth forecasts. Badmouthing China is not something new, and China's economy is indeed facing a lot of downward pressure due to factors like the COVID-19 epidemic. But objectively speaking, these pessimistic opinions are based on either groundless accusations or exaggeration to deliberately create an anxious and fearful sentiment for global capital and exacerbate the fluctuation of China's economy and finance.

    By Wang Wen | 2022/5/30 17:20:44
  • IPEF hides US' ill ideological intentions

    Peace is certainly something that all countries want. But the question is whether the order of Western civilization means that one must adopt the same political system as the West, or the same beliefs as the West, in order to obtain it.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/5/25 19:21:14
  • China's concept of human rights focuses on results, not theory

    China's pragmatic progress in human rights, combined with the country's guard against these catastrophes that could impact human rights has made China the highlight of the 21st century in human civilizational development.

    By Wang Wen | 2022/5/24 18:05:23
  • Will joining NATO rid Finland, Sweden of fear?

    Will these two countries ever say goodbye to their fear? Let's not forget the fact - when NATO bases appear on the soil of the two Nordic countries, Russia will have no choice but to directly change the balance in the region with the future deployment of its nuclear and strategic forces.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/5/18 19:01:18
  • World needs good international governace but US has become disturbance

    Calm, rationality and negotiation, rather than restlessness, madness and war, are the first ways to prevent the current situation from getting worse.

    By Wang Wen | 2022/5/16 20:51:43
  • Long-term challenge for developing countries to guard own values against Westernization

    It will be a long-term challenge to preserve its cultural traditions and find a path to modernity in the face of Westernization.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/5/11 18:30:30
  • US in an era of sound bites has no appetite for genuinely understanding China

    I would say going forward, anything that can be done to empower the business community in the US and the business community in China to work together and to create opportunities will benefit the people on both sides. But it's going to be hard because right now, the tone in the media and in Washington is not to encourage that. It's discouraging.

    By Global Times | 2022/5/9 20:29:18
  • Widening trust gap key reason to our inability to make global decisions

    There are reasons why some countries, especially some large developing countries, haven't joined the US and the EU in sanctioning Russia. For example, India, Indonesia, South Africa, the United Arab Emirates and Brazil, and of course China.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/5/4 15:39:51
  • Macron's China policy faces new tasks amid Russia-Ukraine conflict

    Will French policy toward China become more pragmatic and flexible? The answer should not ignore EU's foreign policy in the context of the Russia-Ukraine war. France will have to pay more attention to a coherent EU foreign policy.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/4/27 20:37:30
  • Confident in Beijing's fight against latest COVID-19 wave

    There is a strong hope that Beijing will defeat this round of outbreak with a concentrated battle at a manageable cost. It is hoped that Beijing can be an example to prove that Omicron variant is manageable in our mega-cities at a limited cost.

    By Hu Xijin | 2022/4/26 21:05:21
  • Talk is vital for mutual understanding, but China won't hesitate to fight back West's smear

    West has not been able to accept the way of engaging with China. They have deep misunderstandings of China. We should communicate with and listen to them, and we should pay heed to what is right and refute what is wrong.

    By Wang Wen | 2022/4/25 19:54:37
  • Ukraine crisis will revive Europe's conservatism

    Europe's right-wing and conservative tendencies are intensifying in what could be one of the most noteworthy changes of the century.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/4/20 19:58:35
  • Bleak predictions of China stem from poor understanding

    Why is there a strong foundation for China's continued rise? How to understand current China-US tension? What should China and the US compete for in the future?

    By Wang Wen | 2022/4/18 17:16:19
  • Some Western countries want to utilize UN system as a tool against Russia

    International affairs should be handled fairly and rationally, not according to the number of countries involved or how powerful they are.

    By Mu Lu | 2022/4/14 22:36:40
  • Pelosi's Taiwan visit must be disrupted

    The Chinese mainland will not provoke troubles, but we never flinch when trouble comes our way. We have fought through the trade war. If Washington, with the cooperation of the Taiwan authority, wants to try again in the Taiwan Straits, what we should do is to teach them another heavy lesson and set up solid rules for them.

    By Hu Xijin | 2022/4/7 16:01:38
  • Regime change is old, dangerous trick of US

    On March 26, Biden gave a lengthy speech on the last day of his visit to Poland. At the end of the speech, he suddenly said that Putin “can no longer stay in power.”

    By Ding Gang | 2022/3/30 20:33:06
  • European integration framework unsuitable for Asia

    Asia needs further cooperation to reconstruct political and economic security order. Therefore, we must pay great attention to this historical background when we observe the Russian-Ukrainian conflict amid the integration process in Europe.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/3/24 9:10:34
  • Effective countermeasures to US decoupling policy against China

    China does need to strive for more access to the high-end sectors in order to break the US blockade. However, China does need to further consolidate its position in the global industrial chain.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/3/16 19:54:25
  • Can US' balancing strategy last after Ukraine crisis?

    On February 21, 1972, US President Richard Nixon came to Beijing to begin a “world-changing” visit. He became the first sitting US president to visit China.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/2/23 17:30:13
  • Targeting China makes US Indo-Pacific Strategy goals unachievable

    When Washington targets its strategy at China and sees China as an adversary, it is poisoning the Asia-Pacific economies and planting landmines and time bombs for the peaceful development of the Asia-Pacific. The result will be that there is simply no prospect of peace, security and stable development in the Asia-Pacific region.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/2/16 18:58:20
  • China-Russia Statement: A quest for diversity

    On February 4, on the sidelines of the opening ceremony of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Games, Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a Joint Statement on the International Relations Entering a New Era and the Global Sustainable Development. It is a rather lengthy document, outlining common approaches of China and Russia to some of the most fundamental issues of the modern world including regional and worldwide security, democracy and political inclusion, social justice and climate change, arms control and nuclear nonproliferation, national sovereignty and multilateralism.

    By Andrey Kortunov | 2022/2/12 12:05:10
  • Olympics showcase China as a green development trailblazer

    The Beijing Winter Olympics set a new global benchmark for environmental protection. China, a non-Western, populous, and world's largest developing country has fulfilled its global commitment to go green.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/2/9 20:41:12
  • All eyes on the Beijing Winter Olympics witness a weakened US: Martin Jacques

    If the 2008 Summer Olympics marked China's dramatic arrival on the global stage, the 2022 Winter Olympics bear witness to the extraordinary decline of US influence over the 14-year period that separates the two events.

    By Martin Jacques | 2022/2/7 19:57:08
  • Attacks on Xi'an lockdown show Western media ignorance, ruthlessness

    In the aforementioned New York Times report, the authors seem to have intentionally chosen the term “The Banality of Evil”. The crudeness of applying a term highlighting the psychology of Nazi butchers to their analysis and judgment of China, unintentionally reveals the psychology a nation standing on a pulpit. What they do not realize is that the foundation of the pulpit has crumbled beneath their feet.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/1/26 18:36:43
  • Apple's success mirrors China-US relations

    On January 6, Apple filed a document with the US Securities and Exchange Commission showing that Tim Cook's total compensation as CEO in 2021 reached $98.7 million. It came after Apple's market capitalization surpassed $3 trillion during mid-day US stock trading on January 3, making it the world's highest market capitalization. This amount is close to China's foreign exchange reserves of $3.25 trillion (at the end of December 2021).

    By Ding Gang | 2022/1/19 20:21:26
  • NYT's ignorance of 800,000 American COVID deaths is real 'banality of evil'

    Why have so many American journalists and writers been reluctant to thoroughly tell the stories of Americans' losses and pains?

    By Hu Xijin | 2022/1/14 21:17:07
  • Why did NYT fabricate contradiction between Chinese people and zero-COVID policy?

    China has maintained a zero mortality rate for new cases, while the US averaged 1,664 deaths per day during last week. This is not to say that the US government doesn't want to reduce the death rate, but it can't, due to a different system.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/1/11 16:18:31
  • Reality in Xi'an embarrasses Western media's slanders

    Only by implementing strict prevention and control measures in Xi 'an can the epidemic be controlled within the shortest time and more lives will be protected.

    By Global Times | 2022/1/7 23:53:15
  • One year later, nightmare of Capitol Insurrection still haunts hearts and minds of a divided people: Martin Jacques

    One year after Insurrection on the Capitol, the US has tried to forget its nightmare and pretend that all was well with its democracy. But the memory of the rioting continues to haunt the country.

    By Martin Jacques | 2022/1/6 18:18:15
  • Will Trump stage a comeback in 2022?

    2022 is a crucial year for US politics. Many major events are set to occur, such as the mid-term elections and the handling of the Omicron rampage. There is another thing that cannot be ignored: former US president Donald Trump's comeback on social media.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/1/5 19:32:01
  • Time for UK to lead West in pledging 'no first use' of nukes

    Other countries that also possess nuclear weapons, including India, were not invited to join the statement on preventing nuclear war and avoiding arms races. It shows it is difficult for those states to be recognized as nuclear-weapon states.

    By Hu Xijin | 2022/1/4 19:03:01
  • China resilient despite US 'policing' of supply chains

    Facing such US hegemony, China needs to consolidate its own manufacturing strength while advancing connections with its global counterparts, which requires a more open market.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/12/29 18:02:10
  • Disintegration of the Soviet Union a vaccine for China

    Sunday marks the 30th anniversary of the disintegration of the Soviet Union. There is no need for the Chinese people to sigh for it. What we should do is drawing lessons from it, because the US very much hopes that China will become the second Soviet Union and fall apart one day.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/12/25 18:21:30
  • US' hyperbolic China, Russia, Iran statements show outdated foreign policy

    In the 21st century, the emphasis on adversaries seems to be an obsolete foreign policy concept.

    By Andrey Kortunov | 2021/12/22 18:15:38
  • With recent Xinjiang boycotts, Intel bites the hand that feeds it

    Intel has become a typical “cannon” which opens verbal fire upon China among the US business community.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/12/22 13:53:35
  • Why it's hard to bring manufacturing back to US

    The US is ambitious to restore its manufacturing supply chain, especially at the middle and low end, but it is impossible to achieve this goal by relying solely on policy investment or vigorously squeezing Chinese manufacturing.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/12/15 17:41:25
  • Confidence should be maintained toward China's economy, as the greatest capability of the government is fixing problems

    After reading the notification from China's Central Economic Work Conference, I am more confident in the country's economic situation.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/12/11 2:05:33
  • US cannot 'decouple' from Made in China

    If Washington truly understands China's political system, then it should understand that the strength of China's system lies not only in its democracy, which is in line with the country's development practices. It also lies in its characteristics of being "centralized," which will show its potential power amid the US siege.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/12/8 17:21:19
  • Democracy summit will dodge questions on governance gap between China and US: Martin Jacques

    Western democracy is under huge pressure both internally and externally. And the gulf between the relative performance between the US and China is set to grow ever wider.

    By Martin Jacques | 2021/12/6 17:30:35
  • Whole-process democracy in China is a great practice of universal significance

    The whole-process democracy in China is a great practice of universal significance. This situation has become more and more obvious in the big picture of human civilization.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/12/5 13:56:42
  • As US alienates definition of democracy, China should walk a bright road of whole-process people's democracy

    The US has gradually alienated the definition of democracy and tried to monopolize the right to define it. What China needs to do is to restore the original political intent of democracy. Our pursuit of whole-process people's democracy will become a valuable practice for all human beings.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/12/4 10:56:42
  • China's future energy security dependent on de-Americanized strategy

    The core of China's future energy security lies in the innovation and application of clean energy technologies, instead of geopolitics or energy reserves.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/12/1 22:53:30
  • Biden's real challenge not China but an antiwork generation

    If there really is a competitive relationship between China and the US, what's important next is how the young people of the two countries treat their jobs respectively.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/11/24 18:13:54
  • In the face of an irrational Australia, shouldn't China be prepared with an iron fist?: Hu Xijin

    In the face of such an irrational Australia, shouldn't China be prepared with an iron fist and to punch it hard when needed, teaching it a thorough lesson?

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/11/18 21:25:45
  • Biden's 'guardrails' need true test

    If the US continues to contain China as it did to its enemies during the Cold War, there will be no “straightforward competition” at all. In fact, the response it will receive from China will no longer be “respect”.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/11/17 22:04:40
  • West portrays a negative image that reflects its wishful thinking in face of China's rise: Martin Jacques

    The historic resolution adopted at the sixth plenum of the 19th CPC Central Committee is imbued with enormous self-confidence, at the core of which is the country's extraordinary achievements over the last seven decades.

    By Martin Jacques | 2021/11/15 1:11:00
  • It is naïve to question dynamic zero-case policy while we should indeed pay more attention to details

    We cannot deny the overall hard work of the grassroots pandemic prevention workers because of a specific case. We must not forget the most basic fact is that China's fight against the epidemic has saved countless lives. This is the most important fact that the majority of people care about.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/11/14 13:38:26
  • China should ensure advantage in solving problems, self-improvement

    I have always had two benchmarks in viewing China. The first one is the aspirations of public, and the ability of the public power (first of all, public authority) to satisfy these aspirations. Objectively speaking, there has always been a gap between the two. The second one is the comparison of problem-solving capabilities and overall development situation between China and foreign countries. Such comparisons help us define the nature of the country's insufficient ability to meet public aspirations and undertake a more comprehensive assessment of the country's state of governance.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/11/13 19:11:41
  • Building Common Prosperity is overarching theme of China's new era

    Common Prosperity is aspirational, the overarching domestic vision of what it will take to realize the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation as the fulfillment of the Chinese Dream, thus heralding China's new era.

    By Robert Lawrence Kuhn | 2021/11/11 19:03:39
  • Taiwan reunification is unshakeable goal, bottom line

    US' China strategy is making grave misjudgments about China and China's rise. As a result, there came the severe misreading of China's politics and Chinese national rejuvenation in regards to the Taiwan question.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/11/10 18:18:39
  • Zero-COVID policy will lead China to reopen borders at lower cost in the end

    US approach will almost certainly function with a price: More lives will be swallowed by the virus.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/11/9 21:10:57
  • Handling of trade war, pandemic consolidates Chinese people's political confidence

    The trade war between the US and China and the fight against COVID-19 are two super examples that have reset the Chinese people of political understanding.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/11/9 12:33:00
  • Frontline media need to be trusted to carry on mission

    As a battlefront, the media people should be trusted and have the independent space to carry out innovation. I hope entire society, including the government, will continue to give us support, tolerance and encouragement.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/11/8 17:37:21
  • Maintaining zero-COVID policy is expensive, but abandoning it will lead to more costly consequences

    The dynamic zero-case policy is indeed costly. But if we completely open up the border and stop the epidemiological investigation and tracking down cases as the US does, the consequences will be utterly unimaginable.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/11/4 13:55:56
  • Shanghai speed in handling of epidemic flare-up a hint of China's system

    In fact, the real challenge of the 21st century is not competition between different systems. It is whether countries with different systems, especially big countries, can find a path toward peace, cooperation and common development.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/11/3 19:27:27
  • Govt asks public to store more daily necessities, but there is no need to misread this message

    We only need to steadily strengthen preparations for a military fight, while maintaining the normal rhythm and prosperity of economic and social life. Whether the eventual reunification is achieved via an overwhelming military fight or a peaceful end to the separation due to the desperation of the DPP authority, it will just be a historical destiny.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/11/2 17:58:39
  • As reunification is inevitable, most important is not timetable, but timing

    I would like to ask all the Chinese people to trust the leadership of the Party and the government in this great mission. Please trust that we are constantly moving in the right way toward the goal of national reunification.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/11/1 17:55:22
  • China must insist on zero-COVID policy now and here is why

    In recent days, there have been increasing voices on the internet that criticize China's strict implementation of pandemic prevention measures. Western media have collectively targeted China's zero-COVID-19 policy, slandering the sustainability of China's anti-pandemic approach. The complaints on the internet are more complicated. Many of them are about the impact on normal life, and reflect real problems. However, Western opinion really wants to "pull China down" and let China abandon its dynamic zero-COVID policy and become "as bad as them".

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/11/1 9:59:06
  • Taiwan external affairs authority's vicious attack on Global Times suggests that we are right

    The external affairs authority of Taiwan island on Friday issued a statement, fiercely accusing the Global Times (GT)' coverage on its leader Joseph Wu's visit to Europe of being "reduced to faking and lying," and claiming that the island's "diplomacy toward Europe" focuses on "underlining the shared values of democracy and freedom." It blamed the GT's criticism on Wu's behavior in Europe as "spreading fake news" and said only the "authoritarian and totalitarian" Chinese mainland can do that.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/10/30 19:53:15
  • The new James Bond film is nostalgia of a declining empire

    I watched the new James Bond movie last night. It is well made. But the more I watched, the more it looked like comedy. In one scene when they are about to destroy a chemical manufacturing facility located on a disputed island between Russia and Japan, the MI6 official asks whether there are any Royal Navy warships nearby. It turns out there are, and then the missile is launched. Are the British sleepwalking? The Royal Navy is now relying heavily on the Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier, which has been leaking frequently, to scrape a battle group up. Yet HMS Queen Elizabeth did come to show in the Asia Pacific region recently. But if it is exploited as the basis for the story, it would be too embarrassing.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/10/30 16:36:51
  • Western intellectuals now have weak minds to grasp China's might

    Can China and the US co-exist peacefully? Can the relationship between China and the West develop steadily and constantly? To a large extent, these questions are actually about the problem of whether there can be a more accurate theoretical system for understanding and analyzing the rise of China.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/10/27 18:00:00
  • If cross-Straits war breaks out, sudden surrender of Tsai authorities is expected

    If the Taiwan question escalates so that it can only be solved through military means, the sudden surrender of Taiwan authorities who dare not fight is within everyone's expectation.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/10/26 19:56:40
  • Avoid misunderstanding of major power relations in post-West era

    For a long time, people's views on the relations between great powers have been deeply influenced by the realistic theory of international relations, and the media's reports on international news tend to prefer the contents of fights. In this regard, we need to avoid three misunderstandings in the observation of great power relations.

    By Wang Wen | 2021/10/25 20:08:40
  • How to correctly understand China's property tax pilot plan

    I suggest that Chinese people understand the country's determination and goodwill in promoting the pilot property tax. We believe our country has the ability to actively and steadily promote this major reform and achieve good macro-control effects.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/10/24 22:42:13
  • Pianist is detained for misdemeanor, but society should give him a face-saving chance

    Chinese renowned pianist Li Yundi was detained for soliciting a prostitute a few days ago in Beijing. He is eating the bitter fruit of his own making. He is a celebrity, and it's logical that his movements have been revealed to the public which has become an online sensation.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/10/23 15:23:41
  • Mr Burns, 'wolf warrior ambassador,' we await you in Beijing

    Burns represents those who would rather be a "wolf warrior" than a friendly ambassador.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/10/22 22:20:20
  • How anxious is US about report on China's 'hypersonic weapons'? Biden gives the answer

    I am somewhat worried about US elites of international politics. Their country is the most militarily advanced and secured country in the world, but they have acted as if the US is against the wall. The US can be said to be most neurotic in the world. The root cause is their incorrect security concept. They want the US to be absolutely safe. In that case, other countries must obey the US, or they will be struck by the US. However, this kind of absolute security does not exist in today's world.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/10/21 20:13:39
  • Chinese pride built on national strength as Shenzhou-13 mission reshapes world's view on China

    The three taikonauts onboard the Shenzhou-13 spaceship entered China's space station core module Tianhe on Saturday. The entire nation was watching and felt a shared sense of national pride. One after another, the country's major achievements are reshaping the feeling of being a Chinese.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/10/16 18:30:26
  • Anti-China RSF has more actors than audience in its play against China

    The French-based organization Reporters Without Borders (RSF) launched its Journalism Trust Initiative (JTI) transparency tool designed to "identify and reward trustworthy news sources" to combat false information. This online program requires the media to first conduct a self-assessment, which involves an internal check of conformity with the "JTI Standard." Next, the results may be "voluntarily disclosed to the public." The final stage of the process is an external evaluation by a third-party to certify a media as "trustworthy news sources." The supporters of JTI are basically Western news and social organizations, including major US internet companies and the "Association of Taiwan Journalists." Chinese and Russian news organizations are not involved.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/10/2 20:03:38
  • Beijing's rationing electricity not an approach for the whole of China to emulate

    Beijing has proposed to suspend the city's light show and shortened the time of the city's landscape lighting at night. I believe it makes sense for Beijing to launch this initiative now, whether this is because of Beijing's power supply shortage or a response to the power shortages in Northeast China and other places.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/10/2 20:53:48
  • Why Chinese people are more dignified than ever before

    Today's Chinese people are more dignified than ever before, and one of the important reasons is that we are not as poor as before.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/10/1 22:54:58
  • Mainland stops importing two Taiwan fruits, and DPP authority is howling

    The Chinese mainland announced on Sunday suspension of imports of cherimoya and wax apples from the island of Taiwan due to the discovery of a known pest in recent shipments. This has led to bitter complaints from some politicians on the island.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/9/20 0:08:12
  • US knows it cannot benefit at China's expense. But will it stop?

    Currently, the US is in a dilemma. If it doesn't contain China, China is likely to surpass the US in some areas. But if it does so, it will lose the benefits from China's development.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/9/15 17:43:39
  • US is no longer exceptional, but it takes time to accept this fact: Martin Jacques

    The US learnt the hard way that its power was not infinite, that it could not do whatever it wanted, that there were severe limits to what it could achieve. And it has paid a huge price in terms of lives and dollars, and how it is regarded in the world.

    By Martin Jacques | 2021/9/9 12:27:44
  • Why US so obsessed with ideas of changing others?

    If the US cannot learn to live peacefully with a more confident country, this will be a disaster for them and the world. They need to respect a progressively growing economic power with a different ideology.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/9/8 17:43:58
  • What drives China-US game: Washington believes being poor is Chinese people's fate

    The truth is, even if China's GDP surpasses that of the US one day, our per capita wealth will be far less than that of the US, Europe and the entire Western world. But even so, Washington will not allow it. They believe that being poor is Chinese people's collective fate. The poverty in China is an indispensable prerequisite for the security of the US and the world.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/9/6 20:39:20
  • Has world economy walked out of darkest moment?

    Some people say the year 2021 is witnessing the world economy obviously walking out of its darkest moment. They are perhaps right if we look at the numbers.

    By Wang Wen | 2021/9/6 18:32:18
  • Japan PM contender Kishida's tough words on China merely blunt provocation from a US accessory

    Japan is a snob; it will not set itself against the stronger power. So ultimately the question is: how do we make ourselves stronger and more powerful.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/9/5 15:57:42
  • Extreme weather is a common challenge for all countries. I oppose the voices boasting about the US, Germany and Japan

    Hurricane Ida and its remnants have left at least 63 people dead, according to ABC News on Saturday. The death toll caused by floods in Central China's Henan Province stands at over 300. In mid-July, the flooding in Germany resulted in 197 deaths, and at least 300 remained missing. As the Earth gets warmer, more water has been evaporating from the oceans and then pouring down more violently. Humanity has encountered a common challenge.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/9/4 19:42:55
  • 'Why do they hate us?' This question haunts US 20 years on

    If the US really makes moments of introspection and tries to learn a lesson, then it should ask why the successive presidential figure made an impossible goal as a strategic focus for the past 20 years.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/9/1 18:40:11
  • The better China is prepared for war, the more it can crush US-DPP collusion

    The USS Kidd guided missile destroyer and the USCGC Munro cutter made a transit in the Taiwan Straits on Friday, the eighth time the US has sent warships through the Taiwan Straits this year. On the same day, the PLA held multiple military exercises on both sides of the Straits.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/8/28 16:28:40
  • Back to where it was 20 years ago, will US go through Afghan nightmare all over again?

    The impulse of hegemonism deeply rooted in these Americans' minds hasn't changed a lot in 20 years.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/8/25 16:30:24
  • What does China expect from the new Afghan government?

    What can we expect most from the new Afghan government?

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/8/23 19:09:25
  • Taliban victory a major failure of Western civilization's expansion

    History tells us that the West's expansion was driven by a sense of mission, but so was its loss. In the 20 years since the 9/11 attacks, Washington's strategic focus has been changing, but its sense of mission to conquer the world has not.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/8/18 18:51:46
  • Striving for breaking US discourse hegemony

    For Chinese people, we need to implement greater institutional reforms, and devote more manpower, knowledge and innovation of ideas to deal with a fiercer struggle with the outside world

    By Wang Wen | 2021/8/16 15:26:34
  • Defeat in Afghanistan a complete humiliation for the US: Martin Jacques

    While the US has pursued global expansion, China has prioritized its own stability and development.

    By Martin Jacques | 2021/8/15 22:09:47
  • Can US infrastructure plan aid manufacturing?

    Changes in production areas certainly lead to changes in markets, even though the processes are quite slow. This is why it will be increasingly difficult for US capital to make money from the world.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/8/11 17:45:03
  • China will not abandon dynamic zero-case route, at least not for now

    China will not tolerate newly emerged infection chains, because that will only lead to disaster and bring the situation out of control. The public will not accept the change for worse, and it is not politically feasible.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/8/9 21:11:04
  • Eight 'No.1' titles the US deserves

    US is No.1 in failing virus fight; No.1 in passing buck to others; No.1 in spreading virus; No.1 in being politically divided; No.1 in over-issuing currency; No.1 in being turbulent amid pandemic; No.1 in spreading lies; No.1 in practicing “origins-tracing terrorism.”

    By Wang Wen | 2021/8/9 16:02:21
  • China needs to increase nuclear capacity to maintain minimum deterrence against rising US coercion

    Once China substantially strengthens its nuclear forces, its only purpose will be to deter the US.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/8/7 20:09:49
  • West needs deeper understanding of China's system

    Western elites until today still don't understand China's development policies.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/8/4 18:52:17
  • China won't become 'Americanized' as some in US expect

    What is going on in China has not been closely followed. It has instead been analyzed with American theory. But China is on a different path from the West, and the US. The “de-Americanization” is taking place.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/7/28 18:18:39
  • If US-China competition is not a 'new cold war,' then what?: Martin Jacques

    America's primacy simply cannot survive, but for America to come round to accepting this will be a very traumatic, conflictual and long-drawn out process.

    By Martin Jacques | 2021/7/22 22:58:39
  • Afghanistan pullout signals US faith is losing ground

    Empires in geopolitical competition always only focus on their own interests and security - this is one of the reasons why they are deeply trapped in this "graveyard of empires."

    By Ding Gang | 2021/7/21 21:11:44
  • True multilateralism more convincing to world

    The Communist Party of China (CPC) and World Political Parties Summit, held on Tuesday, is a new climax of the 100th anniversary of the founding of CPC celebrations. It is also the largest-scale political parties' summit with the highest level of participants held by the CPC. It is an unprecedented meeting in the history of both global politics and world political parties.

    By Wang Wen | 2021/7/7 1:40:26
  • Confidence in COVID-19 vaccine faces challenge of Delta variant

    Israel, which has the highest rate of COVID-19 vaccinations, has suffered from an epidemic resurgence. This sends a strong signal that the immunity of the Pfizer vaccine and other vaccines in the face of Delta variant is facing severe tests.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/6/29 0:52:27
  • Reinterpreting twists and turns of China's century-long history

    With regard to China's regional development, it is showing a good tendency of transforming from being unbalanced to balanced, from being incompatible to coordinated.

    By Wang Wen | 2021/6/28 20:58:39
  • After condo collapse in Miami, will US fix crumbling accountability of officials?

    The astonishing disaster of the sudden collapse of a 12-story condo building in Miami, Florida is sad. The slow rescue work has also made those concerned about the matter anxious. Rescuers have apparently made heroic efforts, but the large pile of rubble is generally staying intact as of now. The reported casualties are 5 dead and more than 150 missing. The US' rescue capability with emergency situations is much worse than people think.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/6/27 12:13:39
  • G7's imperialist plan can't defeat BRI

    Regardless of whether or not the G7 countries are motivated to counter China's Belt and Road Initiative, the Americans and their ilk are eager to hatch such a plan.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/6/16 16:23:39
  • NATO heats up as US-EU competition becomes evident

    Since the end of the Cold War and the collapse of the Warsaw Pact, NATO has lost its reason for existence.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/6/9 18:55:18
  • G7 no longer able to order world around: Martin Jacques

    The West is divided and fragmenting. The authority of the US is in decline, no longer able to get its way as it once was.

    By Martin Jacques | 2021/6/8 9:33:39
  • Why CPC's centennial is globally significant

    What gives the CPC life and energy is its political cognition and strategic determination that are highly self-aware, self-reflective, and self-confident. It takes stock of its political traditions and cultural temperament - putting theory into practice and taking root in reality.

    By Wang Wen | 2021/6/7 19:23:39
  • Origin tracing of COVID-19 calls for respect to science

    It's a common sense to leave tricky jobs to the professionals. However, some US politicians and media outlets are acting as back-seat drivers on the studies of origin tracing of COVID-19, a serious and complicated scientific issue, trying to interfere in the process with political prejudices and distort facts with lies fabricated for political conspiracies.

    By Zhong Sheng | 2021/6/2 19:32:01
  • Decoupling from China will see US globally detached

    US decoupling from China would divide the world. However, will this lead to a situation that the US does not even anticipate. Some industries and the countries that depend on these industries in China may decouple from the US in the future. This cannot be decided by the US holding up high the banner of ideology.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/6/2 17:33:08
  • How history teaches diseases change world power

    The research into the impact of infectious diseases on the rise and fall of major powers alters the patterns of international relations theories. It further tests the wisdom and theoretical innovation levels of international relations scholars too.

    By Wang Wen | 2021/5/31 17:26:11
  • Yuan Longping legacy shows the West needs to change mind to better know China

    Anyone who has some knowledge of Chinese history would know what food and clothing mean for the Chinese people. The frequent great famines represent an indispensable chapter in Chinese history. In children's books published in the US over the past two or three decades, Chinese people were depicted as pale and thin. This demonstrates their limited understanding overall.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/5/26 17:20:51
  • Dare detractors come and see reality of Xinjiang?

    As for Xinjiang, many foreigners are concerned about: Is Xinjiang chaotic? Is Xinjiang very poor? Are there any abuses? Are there any restrictions on traveling to Xinjiang? Any foreign friends are welcome to visit Xinjiang. I believe the answer will be the same as what I have introduced.

    By Wang Wen | 2021/5/24 21:30:37
  • US turns democracy into 'strategic weapon' to counter opponents

    It is up to the Americans to feel and judge the resilience of their democracy. But given what has happened in the US, other countries will question the White House's qualification of pointing an accusing finger at their domestic affairs in the name of democracy.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/5/19 16:45:38
  • Quixotic US paranoid to flex power

    The peace lovers of the world should unite to oppose hegemonism, promote genuine multilateralism and safeguard world peace. Humanity still faces threats to peace in the 21st century. Over the past 20 years, the wars launched by the US have caused huge disasters around the world. All countries have the responsibility to condemn the perpetrators of these disasters.

    By Wang Wen | 2021/5/17 19:30:01
  • Indian media's smear of China-made oxygen concentrators is shameless

    India Today on Friday slammed China for a surge in prices while sending sub-standard oxygen concentrators to India in an “exclusive” report. The report not only criticized Chinese companies, but also directed anger against China. “It is a matter of life and death, but China is choosing to make profits at the cost of people's lives,” the report says.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/5/15 12:50:22
  • US patent waiver more about saving its image

    The COVID-19 outbreak will undoubtedly prompt countries to reflect on their own management systems and then make continuous adjustments and reforms to better prepare themselves for similar public health incidents in the future. The adjustments and reforms in fact have already begun, which will eventually decide the direction of global cooperation in multiple areas such as public health.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/5/12 17:07:38
  • China's green development shows self-restraint

    Currently, China is restraining its growth through green, clean and low-carbon development. This is the new model of a civilization's rise. It is also a fresh evolution of world civilization. But I wonder whether Western public opinion can understand it.

    By Wang Wen | 2021/5/10 23:21:53
  • Why Chinese system can offer more choices than Western democracy: Martin Jacques

    History demonstrates that China has a remarkable ability to reinvent itself in a manner that no other country or civilization has succeeded in doing; a testament to the strength, resilience and dynamism of Chinese civilization and its governing capacity.

    By Martin Jacques | 2021/5/10 17:06:20
  • US should be ashamed to criticize China on human rights considering its own COVID-19 death toll

    The consumption spree in China during the May Day holiday has been wonderful. It is a slap in the face of the many rumormongers slandering China. It is also a display of the competitiveness of China's approach of governance.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/5/4 22:19:41
  • China's public opinion no more 'nationalistic' than Western, Indian opinions

    I don't think the Chinese public hold a collective schadenfreude attitude toward the devastating epidemic in India. It is normal that some are vocal about India's China stance. It is also normal that there are opinions that may not rest comfortably with some Indians.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/5/4 16:23:26
  • Western-style press freedom proves to be increasingly decaying

    Today is the World Press Freedom Day. Regrettably, press freedom is entirely defined under the Western political system framework, neglecting the social reality of many developing countries. This has led to significant ideological divergence between developing countries and the West, spearheaded by the US. And, the difference is exacerbated by the West's geopolitical attacks on others. As a result, the political conditions that could help the two sides to bridge their difference have lost ground, with ideological conflicts increasingly being intensified.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/5/3 20:53:09
  • US still 'king' of contemporary capitalism

    The difficulty is that it is impossible to bridge differences without serious reforms. And it is challenging to promote reform without bridging differences.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/4/28 14:26:55
  • Green finance key to China-US collaboration

    Green finance is an optimal breakthrough for the China-US strategic restart. With green finance, China and the US do not have structural conflicts of interests and ideologies.

    By Wang Wen | 2021/4/26 17:56:19
  • Why US can't emulate China's lessons on infrastructure building

    They both can take example by each other, but on the whole, due to different economic structures, the two countries businesses will go in different directions.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/4/21 16:29:11
  • China-US game shifts into long stalemate

    Both countries will have to adapt to major changes in their strategic postures. This will become a new normal in their bilateral relations. Everyone needs to adapt to this.

    By Wang Wen | 2021/4/19 17:36:33
  • Can US fix joblessness in post-pandemic era?

    In post-pandemic era, biggest challenge the US will encounter is to create more jobs for the unemployed; otherwise it will continue to pay the huge relief bill for them. Can US fix joblessness in post-pandemic era?

    By Ding Gang | 2021/4/14 17:46:02
  • Low-carbon economy war new power games

    This new competition could even be called “a new global green and low-carbon economy war.”

    By Wang Wen | 2021/4/12 19:03:39
  • Biden's infrastructure plan may feel pain from US-China decoupling

    Without investing in related manufacturing sectors, Biden's ambitious infrastructure plan won't see desired results even with a huge investment.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/4/7 21:21:50
  • Why there has been an overwhelming failure to understand CPC in West: Martin Jacques

    There is a profound belief in the West that a one-party system is unsustainable because it is incapable of reform. That is not born out by the history of the CPC. It has, more than any other party in the world, displayed a remarkable ability to reform.

    By Martin Jacques | 2021/4/6 14:38:39
  • Yiwu points to acceleration of financial opening-up

    From the perspective of Yiwu city, I feel more hopeful. As they promote financial services for foreigners, they also guard against possible pitfalls by comprehensively assessing the credit risks of foreign organizations.

    By Wang Wen | 2021/4/5 16:54:45
  • New Edgar Snow is needed to understand real China

    Amid Western media's one-sided criticism against China, if some Western reporter could thoroughly examine why CPC has been able to stay in power for over 70 years, the book would have its value increase no less than 150 times in 40 years.

    By Wang Wen | 2021/3/29 17:01:09
  • US can't accept painful fact that China is now its equal: Martin Jacques

    Two lessons from the China-US Alaska meet: first, there is a new sense of Chinese confidence; second, US is coming to the painful realization that China is now its equal. But it cannot accept what is already a historical reality.

    By Martin Jacques | 2021/3/23 16:28:07
  • Rebuttal at Alaska talks shows China rejects West's hierarchy of civilizations

    “This is not the way to deal with Chinese people,” said by senior Chinese diplomat Yang Jiechi during Alaska talks, went viral. This reflects Chinese people's psychological disapproval of how the West structures the hierarchy of civilizations.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/3/24 18:23:40
  • A fair look at risks China faces shows country's confidence

    The tense Alaska meeting is just a prelude to a seemingly much longer period of China-US tensions. Beyond this, there are many external risks to China's rise. A strategic judgment of these risks is in no way a panic and fear of uncertainty.

    By Wang Wen | 2021/3/22 16:23:40
  • CPC's 100-year fight against external bullying and poverty gains national pride

    The 100 years of the CPC have been a century when Chinese people took their destiny back into their own hands.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/3/18 14:13:39
  • Corporate monopolies dash American dreams

    If there are fewer and fewer opportunities for individuals' development, people might ask: Will the American dream still exist?

    By Ding Gang | 2021/3/17 17:27:31
  • China offers certainty during uncertain times

    US sociologist Immanuel Wallerstein wrote in his 1999 book The End of the World as We Know It, what we know in the 21st century should be more open than what we knew during the 20th century. If this logic works, the whole world, especially the West, should evaluate whether or not China, which has developed in high quality, poses opportunities or challenges over the next five to 15 years? Should the world embrace or reject China? Should the world cooperate with or give up cooperating with China? This will test the West's strategic wisdom toward China.

    By Wang Wen | 2021/3/15 19:03:40
  • Where has Americans' income gone?

    US economist Stephen Roach recently pointed out that last year, the combined COVID-19 relief packages in the US hit a total of $5 trillion, or 24 percent of GDP in 2020. This far exceeds all records. On March 6, US Senate passed President Joe Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill. Will this destroy the world's confidence in the dollar? After all, green note is the foundation of US hegemony.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/3/10 19:36:39
  • Time for new clarity and authority to governance in Hong Kong: Martin Jacques

    Political reform is part of the solution to Hong Kong's malaise. But socio-economic reform on a scale that hitherto has been sadly lacking is at least as important.

    By Martin Jacques | 2021/3/7 19:09:32
  • US-China competition needs to be civil

    The future competition between China and the US should also be more civilized.

    By Wang Wen | 2021/3/8 13:33:57
  • Is the US still a secular country, or religious?

    The trouble now the US faces is that religious extremism has caused political divisions, which will undoubtedly increase the costs and difficulty for the Biden administration to heal the nation.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/3/3 19:15:07
  • China keeps head high facing unprecedented challenges in its global rise

    China will not copy the old path of other countries whose rise rested on war, conflict and colonization. Similarly, it will not embark on an evil path of establishing an unequal financial, trade and economic system to bully other countries. Chinese diplomacy advocates peace, cooperation and win-win solutions.

    By Wang Wen | 2021/3/1 17:48:40
  • US media outlets should stop being morally narcissistic

    We have at least seen clearly the how the US media outlets put political stance before the facts and how they are politically selective in their so-called objective reporting.

    By Hu Xijin | 2021/2/23 10:58:39
  • China's 2021 movie hits turning heads with awe

    In the third decade of the 21st century, in addition to the 1.4 billion people market, more Chinese movies are expected to enter the top 100, top 50 and even top 10 of the world's highest grossing films. More importantly, Chinese movies will break US monopoly, and even create the highest box office in the world.

    By Wang Wen | 2021/2/22 17:53:16
  • Will world wait for US to repair its civilization?

    Western civilization has swept the globe for more than 500 years now. But the conflict between civilizations during the 2020 US election has revealed some problems that are emerging in the West. We have reached an important juncture of globalization.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/2/17 17:58:39
  • US faces challenge of 'de-Americanization'

    The existing US management and distribution systems are insufficient to counterbalance the impact the Wall Street will have on social equity. Therefore, in the future, we will see a more severe battle between two routes.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/2/9 19:23:39
  • Wall Street soars, deepens America's divisions

    From 9/11 attacks to today, what people have seen is the accelerating accumulation of capital to the richest tycoons and consortia in the fiercest fluctuations of the market. At the same time, the gap between the rich and the poor in the US is increasing, and its welfare system is in a state of failure. Polarization has entered a new era of extremes.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/2/3 19:19:36
  • Why Europe gravitates away from US to Eastern power center: Martin Jacques

    What drew Europe westward is now drawing it eastward: the centre of gravity of the global economy, once in the west, is now in the east.

    By Martin Jacques | 2021/1/31 12:58:39
  • Can 'melting pot' unite a polarized US?

    The same values that gave birth to the US have been divided by the American people into two halves. Now there seems to be a strong pull to political extreme directions, with half of Americans opposing the other half.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/1/27 18:23:40
  • Discarding illusion, Chinese view US as it is

    In the past, most Chinese imagined the US to be too good; too perfect. But now the Chinese view the US the way it is: a possibly vicious, pretentious, and sometimes friendly adversary.

    By Wang Wen | 2021/1/18 17:04:48
  • Capitol mob marks shift in how the world sees America: Martin Jacques

    The extraordinary events in Washington DC will mark a fundamental change in how the world sees the US. The riot, the uprising, the insurrection, the attempted coup, call it what you will, serves only to underline the gravity of the political crisis that now confronts the US. This event was no aberration: on the contrary, it is a symptom of the country's worst political crisis since the Civil War. One fears it is more a beginning than an end.

    By Martin Jacques | 2021/1/8 12:42:36
  • Overloaded West faces crisis of democracy

    Any country that is moving forward should find a balance between order and freedom, between power and responsibility, and between individual and collective interests. In a major crisis, the libra zodiac symbol of balanced weights needs to tilt toward one side. A properly chosen program should give way to effectiveness. Also, freedom should give way to lives. And arguments should give way to cooperation.

    By Wang Wen | 2021/1/4 17:53:55
  • Women's rise epitomizes China's development

    By discussing the neglected rise of Chinese women, this column intends to remind my English readers of a new angle: females as key variables to the rise of the Chinese state.

    By Wang Wen | 2020/12/28 17:10:33
  • After 10 months of confusion, chaos and deaths, can West have a clear virus-fight strategy?

    China has passed with flying colours, the West has failed miserably. 2020 will be seen as marking the Great Transition, a growing recognition around the world that the baton of global leadership is passing to China.

    By Martin Jacques | 2020/12/25 21:38:39
  • China's green contributions underestimated

    China's new development pattern has been established. Chinese people in the new era should catch up with the trends and go forward boldly.

    By Wang Wen | 2020/12/21 19:39:18
  • Many hard lessons ahead in great green economy gambit

    Many countries have attached importance to clean development while striving to achieve carbon neutral goals. The goal of this green and low-carbon economy war is not to destroy a country or group. Instead, it aims to save humankind itself.

    By Wang Wen | 2020/12/14 15:03:48
  • US: qualitative changes, dysfunctional systems

    Today, we need some Chinese intellectuals to dig into American society and achieve a similar monumental work on the US in the new era. This is something worth looking forward to. In the era of great changes, intellectuals can contribute a lot.

    By Wang Wen | 2020/12/7 16:48:40
  • Why 'Asian Era' will be globally embraced

    The “Asian Era” has started and will for sure have its ultimate arrival in the annals of history.

    By Wang Wen | 2020/11/30 15:03:40
  • World should heed China's cures to global woes

    For those who misunderstand China, it may be helpful for them to listen to China's advice about the post-epidemic era.

    By Wang Wen | 2020/11/23 18:58:40
  • Before next US govt resumes world leadership, humanity must restore global governance

    Global governance has reached a critical juncture where everyone has to contribute to and work toward an identical goal.

    By Wang Wen | 2020/11/16 20:18:40
  • Era of fresh wealth follows US election

    I have always believed that the future competition between China and the US is not about setting up a new cold war or trying to win, but about who is more capable to create a better society and help build a better future for the whole world.

    By Wang Wen | 2020/11/9 17:13:40
  • The 14th Five-Year Plan stresses global vision

    The 14th Five-Year Plan is comprehensive, consistent and practical. The new plan stresses global vision.

    By Wang Wen | 2020/10/30 23:47:27
  • Why China takes humble rejuvenation road

    We need to look at the current challenges and opportunities with a mentality of battling in a protracted war. We must be more mature, not pleased by gains. Meanwhile, Chinese people ought not to be saddened by personal losses. This is a time to be down-to-earth, modest and prudent, in order to finally achieve the dream of national rejuvenation.

    By Wang Wen | 2020/10/26 17:46:27
  • China's eco-efforts bear healthy social fruits in new environmental era

    China is changing every day, so new perspectives must regularly be updated when observing it.

    By Wang Wen | 2020/10/19 16:39:14
  • Is US a 'financial zombie' going bankrupt?

    It is not certain whether the US is bound to go bankrupt. But it can at least be said that the rapid fall of the US into the abyss of "financial zombification" under the COVID-19 pandemic is well underway.

    By Wang Wen | 2020/10/12 17:32:03
  • New worldview opportunities for China

    Chinese are gradually forming a more complete global view. More importantly, China is being fully integrated with the world (not just with the West) as a whole psychologically. China and the world are mutually recognizing, adapting and accepting each other on a global, not just regional, level.

    By Wang Wen | 2020/9/28 16:58:31
  • Beijing to strike back at new US actions against Chinese diplomats: Global Times editorial

    Many people believe the Trump administration will create more sensational but controllable China-US tensions before the election.

    By Global Times | 2020/9/26 21:08:40
  • Tech agreement shows China-US entanglement no longer easy

    In my opinion, in the next decade or more, the frictions between China and the US will be normalized. The game is most likely to be an entanglement rather than a one-sided battle or a violent confrontation.

    By Wang Wen | 2020/9/21 17:13:40
  • Story of China's comeback invigorating

    Western media and observers tend to analyze a static China through microscopes. But when they realize China's cataclysmic changes over a long period, they are shocked by the enormity of the country and thus feel threatened. Such biases expose the intellectual inertia and ideological shackles of many Westerners.

    By Wang Wen | 2020/9/14 17:31:34
  • West needs to change its China narrative

    For every foreign friend, it is easy to perceive the charm of China from the logical pattern of "development - contradiction - correction - redevelopment." It can therefore be seen that the outdated narrative about China from Western media and politicians may need a revolutionary change.

    By Wang Wen | 2020/9/7 18:08:28
  • Pentagon report aims to suppress China's nuclear deterrence

    The latest Pentagon report deliberately underestimates China's nuclear warhead stockpile while it emphasizes China's strategic intention to expand its nuclear arsenal.

    By Hu Xijin | 2020/9/2 18:37:39
  • Chinese view of Japanese PM shows seismic East Asia change

    China is not worried about whether Abe's successor will change China-Japan relations. As long as China continues developing, no matter who succeeds Abe, the general trend of a gradual warming of China-Japan relations should remain stable.

    By Wang Wen | 2020/8/31 15:49:46
  • Multipolar history is a lesson for rising China

    China has reached the "closest moment to the greatest rejuvenation of the Chinese nation." It is necessary for China to learn from the successful experience of the established great powers, regional powers, and emerging economies while understanding their current conditions.

    By Wang Wen | 2020/8/24 17:30:28
  • Which country is more promising in China-US economic competition?

    I believe that if China's list of top-tier companies keeps changing because of new entrants, then our country can continue to move faster and remain competitive against the US.

    By Hu Xijin | 2020/8/12 18:08:51
  • US-China hot war hype scary hot air

    Many Chinese people still feel anxious about US' suppression of a rising China. On the one hand, they have been mulling how to take countermeasures which will maintain the general framework of China-US relations. On the other hand, they also want to prevent the US government from playing the China card too hysterically. Hyping the possibility of a hot war hurts domestic investment, economic reforms, public's mentality and social stability of the two countries.

    By Wang Wen | 2020/8/10 18:04:10
  • Why China recalls 'protracted war' history

    In the current fierce international competition, a country will fall behind if it doesn't strive to develop. It will be a test of the sustainability of China's development and the CPC's leadership. This is why the decision-makers have recalled the "protracted war" history.

    By Wang Wen | 2020/8/3 17:16:58
  • China confident 'de-dollarization' is fast underway amid tense times

    In recent years, many G20 members, such as China, France, Germany, and Russia, have reduced their utilization of the US dollars in trade deals.

    By Wang Wen | 2020/7/20 19:31:41
  • China instills certainty into a chaotic world

    That being said, to prevent the fall of China-US relations is to prevent the development of the world from further deteriorating.

    By Wang Wen | 2020/7/13 18:48:40
  • Will coronavirus bring world to dark age?

    Indeed, humanity has reached an unprecedented moment of crisis. We have to collaborate and unite to avoid entering a dark age.

    By Wang Wen | 2020/6/29 18:18:45
  • West should seek fair stories and modernize its minds about China

    The Chinese have the final say of what kind of a country China is. Western media might well be reminded that they should, and need as well, to report on China's changes with a more inclusive and open manner. Indeed, they might find inspiration and fresh understandings of China if they travel to Beijing's outskirts, to such suburban districts as Huairou, Miyun, or Yanqing.

    By Wang Wen | 2020/6/22 15:58:40
  • Overly political correct in US losing the plot

    When the real racists are well shielded by their indifference to the cries of protesters, those who are sympathetic are bleeding from the wounds left by the steamroller of anti-racism.

    By Rong Xiaoqing | 2020/6/19 16:53:40
  • China won't watch globalization die

    Globalization will not die. The process of globalization is a part of the process of human civilization.

    By Wang Wen | 2020/6/15 18:28:40
  • Chinese are drawing a super map

    During the fight against COVID-19 epidemic, Chinese have utilized smartphones to get informed where new infections were spotted, where the infected people had been to, and which cities and even which districts were under higher risks of infection.

    By Wang Wen | 2020/6/8 18:33:40
  • Asian Americans rally against all hate as COVID-19 fuels fanatics

    Earlier in May, the Asia Society of Southern California hosted an event called "Standing Against Racism in the Time of COVID." This was done to fight back against a rising wave of anti-Asian verbal and physical assaults in the US.

    By Rong Xiaoqing | 2020/5/27 18:11:58
  • US launches Scold War, not Cold War

    History shouldn't be written based on US politicians' lies. China has been left with no other options but to fight back. Since April, almost all Chinese media outlets fired a battle against the US government, especially against Pompeo, the true culprit of the decline of China-US ties. The scold war, a contest of truth and historical morality, is raging on both sides of the Pacific Ocean.

    By Wang Wen | 2020/5/24 21:53:40
  • Never underestimate awakening of Chinese people

    After the 2008 financial crisis, Chinese people fully reflected on Western countries' economic, financial and political model under neoliberalism. They confidently found China's own advantages. The Washington Consensus went bankrupt in China, and the Chinese approach was often quoted by the world.

    By Wang Wen | 2020/5/18 17:58:26
  • Wake up world: Chinese youth wave coming

    Each generation of young people has their distinctive characteristics defined by the times. The ongoing changes in the national strengths of both China and other countries are influencing psychological shifts among the post-1990s and post-2000s generations in China.

    By Wang Wen | 2020/5/11 19:48:40
  • Love and hope amidst ignorant racism

    The novel coronavirus has made the world a worse place and the recovery could be long and painful. While many people are being dragged through the mud in the chaos, Chinese living in the US have additional turmoil to deal with.

    By Rong Xiaoqing | 2020/5/7 16:18:39
  • Trump team is driving US to 'failed state' status

    It's unthinkable that US media outlets would call their own country a “failed state.” The term was once used to describe US adversaries such as Iran and Iraq. The US think tank Fund for Peace started its annual report called Failed States Index in 2005. It has been renamed the Fragile States Index and is produced jointly with Foreign Policy magazine. It didn't take long for the US to be included in the index.

    By Wang Wen | 2020/4/27 20:13:41
  • New attacks on Chinatowns are blind to the facts

    The Chinese Lunar New Year, which always falls in the first or second month of the Gregorian calendar, is normally the busiest time in Chinatowns across the US. Celebrations attract tens of thousands of visitors to these neighborhoods where traditions are best kept. But this year, the most important holiday for Chinese corresponded with the outbreak of the coronavirus in China, which had ignited early racial attacks against Asians.

    By Rong Xiaoqing | 2020/4/23 17:33:40
  • COVID-19 reveals countries' differing capacity

    When it comes to the prevention, control and treatment of the COVID-19, countries around the world have adopted both similar and different measures. Different ways of containing the pandemic are determined by different countries' own political systems and governance. Europe and the US have similar political systems, yet their measures to rein in the virus are disparate. This shows their different state capacities.

    By Ding Gang | 2020/4/22 19:43:41
  • Personal privacy vs public protection; a pandemic dilemma

    Every country has to reach a delicate balance between privacy and public health. There is no perfect solution. But when lives are at stake, even as a very private person, I can see which side of the seesaw should carry most weight.

    By Rong Xiaoqing | 2020/4/16 15:13:40
  • Lack of basic knowledge of viruses a main cause of global pandemic

    A combination of raising people's awareness of viruses and the development of medicine and vaccines will boost humanity's ability to handle public health crises. After all, humans will always have to co-exist with viruses. The more we understand this adversary from nature, the better we can prepare to combat it.

    By Ding Gang | 2020/4/15 16:38:40
  • Post-pandemic may be more enlightened era

    Focusing only on one's national borders is limited. It's also shortsighted to play the blame game during a global pandemic. Infectious diseases are no longer a simple medical problem, nor a problem of one country. Instead, it is a problem of global ideology. When facing the spread of the Black Death, humans rethought their relations with the world, which lead to the Renaissance and produced modern civilization.

    By Wang Wen | 2020/4/13 18:53:40
  • Global trust will also take a long time to heal

    China-US relations are the most important bilateral relationship in the world. Due to the damage caused by the trade war and high-tech supply chain breaks, mutual trust between the two countries will be even more fragile in the postpandemic world. Therefore it's difficult to be optimistic about the future for China-US relations.

    By Ding Gang | 2020/4/8 21:23:40
  • It's the US, stupid!

    We need to start by changing the deep-rooted mind-set of existing governance paradigms and begin showing global solidarity.

    By Wang Wen | 2020/4/6 18:13:41
  • Free market weakens US supply chain of much-needed medical supplies

    Indeed, when we doff the tainted glasses of ideology, we can see that marshaling a country's economic and industrial resources to achieve a common goal is as essential as the temporary shelter-in-place policy that many of us are now abiding by. In an abnormal era, this is what we call the new normal.

    By Rong Xiaoqing | 2020/4/1 18:13:41
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