Promoting stability in the China-US relationship will bring strategic certainty and constructive development for the well-being of both countries, which is inherently positive. Those who attempt to distort this positive development into something negative will find it difficult to convince the public.
We are seeing a turning point in China-US ties. Whether the relations will move toward normalization and improvement or toward further deterioration will have a significant impact on global peace and development.
When observing a development path, it is important to consider who is guiding and governing, but more importantly, whether it can lead impoverished people to prosperity and benefit the general population.
The opening of the Xinjiang Pilot Free Trade Zone is an important strategic shift for China's economy and its opening-up to other parts of the world. The ancient Silk Road will showcase its vigor and charm at this new historical point in the process of further expanding and deepening globalization, writes @dinggangchina
Australia is the first US ally to make a clear change in its attitude toward China after a fierce conflict with China since the US defined China as its No.1 strategic competitor.
The case of Cai Lei, a Chinese ALS patient and former vice president of JD.com, offers a unique perspective on China-US relations, showcasing the importance of cooperation rather than severance.
Why did the four great civilizations of the world converge and interact at Dunhuang in China? What kind of cultural spirit and mind-set does it embody? Only when these questions are clarified, can we understand the rise of China today and the significance of China's modernization and the Belt and Road Initiative for the world.
Russia and China could work together on these and other food security matters.
The airstrike this time resulted in 500 deaths. The international investigation must not be neglected, and the perpetrators of this grave massacre must be brought to justice. Let Israel present all their arguments to the International Court of Justice. If such investigation and eventual punishment are obstructed and cannot proceed, then the West should never again speak of "justice" to the world. The ICC in The Hague may as well be dismantled and its bricks and stones used to build a tomb for justice.
From Jiayu Pass, we can understand more fully how the Belt and Road can provide a strong impetus for cooperation and development in Central and South Asia, as well as the Middle East and Europe. Traveling further west, we will go to Dunhuang City, Northwest China's Gansu Province, the jewel of cultural exchanges between China and the rest of the world, where the four major world civilizations - Chinese, Indian, Greek, and Islamic - met a thousand years ago…
Due to suspected illegal activities, Xu Jiayin, board chairman of China Evergrande Group, has been placed under mandatory measures by local authorities. Upon hearing this news, my initial reaction was, what will happen to those who have purchased Evergrande properties? This is probably the biggest question for many people. I strongly hope and believe that the actions taken by various regions to ensure the delivery of housing projects will not be affected by Xu's personal fate. Minimizing the losses for homebuyers should be the primary consideration in handling the Evergrande case.
As part of civil society, we should make every effort to put China-US relations back on track.
The changes in Guyuan are a microcosm of the world's most significant and ambitious emissions reduction program.
Though it is hardly possible to get back to where the region was 20 years ago, the spirit of the six-party talks remains the best hope for security solutions in the region of Northeast Asia.
The rise of Chinese manufacturing will undoubtedly pose a shock to the EU, but if it cannot treat such competition fairly and continues to politically discriminate against Chinese companies, the EU itself will ultimately be hurt.
India has always had two names: "India" in English and "Bharat" in Hindi and several other languages.
US lawmakers have always been the most radical anti-China force, so how can we be intimidated by a few clamors from them?
At the end of 2019, I accompanied an American and German media delegation to the offices of Chinese tech giant Huawei. Although it was only for one day, this brief encounter gave me a deeper understanding of this company.
The Mate 60 Pro is not only a 5G phone but also the world's first mass-market smartphone with satellite calling capabilities.
In a recent conversation, a friend told me that the price of organic eggs has increased. At the beginning of the year 24 eggs cost $6.69, and now they cost $6.99. Building materials for remodeling have roughly doubled in price compared to before the pandemic.
I suggest they take a cross-border trip and compare the real "vigor" of Chinese people.
We must see that the US is on the offensive, but its offensive is becoming weaker and weaker, and it is always hesitant with each step. What is presented to China are difficulties and risks, but also the dawn of victory.
The true test of the "Third Wave" for China is whether we can achieve super-speed catch-up, which is China's sprinting power. In the "Fourth Wave," the real test is more about our endurance and tenacity.
Washington's “Whack-A-Mole” containment policy is similar to a race against time, but time is clearly not on its side. The US is increasingly agitated by the exhaustion of such a policy.
Although the chip industry is highly advanced, if there is one country that can win this counterattack, it is China.
The China-Laos Railway will be extended. Whether it continues along Laos to the south, enters Cambodia and connects with Sihanoukville Autonomous Port, or directly enters Thailand from Vientiane and connects with Bangkok, the railroad, as a tool, will definitely contribute to the improvement of economic development and benefit the people of all countries along the route.
It would be unrealistic to expect the World Peace Forum to find unambiguous and convincing answers to these and many other questions debated there. But I was impressed with surprisingly optimistic views expressed during most of plenary sessions and thematic panels.
No matter how highly the US touts India's democracy, if the country's various ethnic groups do not develop in tandem, enjoy the dividends of development, but remain divided along religious lines, its modernization will not be sustainable and will always face the possibility of division.
China is making progress in human rights based on peaceful development. This is also something that Western theories cannot explain.
Now as the West engages in strangling China and the "decoupling" of the two systems, we have to open up even more, that is, the institutional opening-up of rules, regulations, standards and management. I call it a "unilateral opening-up."
I would like to give a thumbs-up to the recent professional and precise interception by a PLA fighter jet.
The coffee beans may not have changed, but the technology of cultivation, roasting, and transportation has changed, and most importantly, the people who grow coffee have changed.
What struck me the most was not the huge difference between poverty and affluence but the attitude of young people toward work and life. In China, young people have the ambition and opportunity to seize the light. This is the key to China's economic tenacity.
Two Russian military commanders, including a brigade commander, were killed in fierce combat near the frontline hotspot of Bakhmut in eastern Ukraine. Their deaths reflect the increasing brutality of the Ukraine war. The Ukrainian army has recently received a lot of new weapons from NATO countries, and the Russian army may face greater challenges in the upcoming battles.
ChatGPT's biggest flaw is that it has no emotions. For example, it cannot write the emotional and political commentary of the time that Dickens wrote at the beginning of A Tale of Two Cities: "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness."
Accusing China of interfering in Canada's internal affairs? Canada is really painting China in its own ugly image.
If the war in Ukraine does not stop sooner, it will quite likely increasingly develop toward defiance of the rules, with both sides making their most ruthless moves one step at a time.
My preliminary view is that the real purpose of this action is to create a shock, to disrupt the upcoming Victory Day parade in Moscow's Red Square on May 9, use it as a symbol that Moscow is not far from the battlefield and that the war has reached here, and eventually undermine Russian society's confidence in the final victory.
Many coffee-producing countries still bear the slavery dregs brought by the colonizers, which has restricted the change of the economic development of these countries, continuing the legacy of coffee development.
Yoon forgets that one of the reasons South Korea has achieved sustained prosperity is that it has effectively balanced its complex relations with all sides over the past decades.
The Tibetan community have shamelessly come out and defended themselves, as if Dalai Lama's doing these dirty things show his so-called "compassion" more than not doing them. They are shameless and insane, but I'm sorry, the world is sober and won't go crazy with them.
The kowtow view is obsolete because the Eastern countries are no longer on the periphery of Western civilization but will be at the center of world civilization. Whether it is China, India, or some other Asian country, it will always be a power-sharer.
China and Brazil share many common pursuits on climate issues. We look forward to President Lula's visit to further promote China-Brazil cooperation on environmental protection.
The PLA's exercises have created a strong sense of deterrence, which will eventually compress "Taiwan independence" into a hopeless black hole.
China's military exercises in the Taiwan Straits are not a "blast fishing" exercise but a blast to the heart and guts of Taiwan secessionists aiming to correct the US and Taiwan's expectations for the situation in the Straits.
The recent dazzling diplomatic games are the proof of China's strong capability to defend its vital interests and maintain usual relations with other major powers.
For the world's No.1 power like the US, who is the president, what kind of person is the president, and his personal qualities are by no means small problems. We might argue, since “Trump I” was elected, Trump II and III will follow, and this may not be stopped by a single trial of Trump.
Next time when US officials preach democracy and human rights to other countries, I hope they will first think about those who died at the gunpoint of their own people.
Ma's visit to the mainland for ancestral worship and communication stand in stark contrast to Tsai's trip to the US, highlighting the positive significance of Ma's visit to the mainland. As a mainland media professional, I wish Ma a smooth and successful visit to the mainland.
We believe that no private business giant will lie flat in the days to come, and we also believe that new forces will continue to emerge, working together to create a competitive and thriving business environment.
Every step that Taiwan takes in pretending to be a "country" will become increasingly difficult, like walking on thin ice, and it will also become more expensive.
Why is TikTok so popular in China? Of course, technology is paramount. But its rise is not a coincidence, especially in the form of short videos and live streaming with goods.
Xizang is a unique but normal human society, not a museum showing Tibetan barbaric and backward serfdom culture. A socialist China is people-centered, and all ethnic groups will be truly respected and protected.
The two arch-rivals of the Middle East - Saudi Arabia and Iran - recently sat down for peace talks in Beijing and restored diplomatic relations, highlighting the effectiveness of China's diplomatic efforts. Why can China act as the "peace broker?"
The US military budget is aimed at global hegemony, but there are many factors in regional military games that cannot be replaced by global games.
What the Chinese eat, how they eat it, and whether the meals on the table will become more diverse affects the US' economy and its high-tech competitiveness.
The game surrounding the Taiwan question is destined to become increasingly complex, and the intensity of the game will continue to rise.
Chinese Foreign Minister Qin Gang attends a press conference on China's foreign policy and foreign relations on the sidelines of the first session of the 14th National People's Congress today, and these are the points that impressed me most.
China's development potential is in a stage of continuous release, far from being exhausted. It is necessary to ensure that the momentum of development is sufficient and powerful.
South Korea's diplomacy has always been swinging between getting close to its major neighbors and sticking closely to the US. The Moon Jae-in government was a driving force in easing tensions on the Korean Peninsula, while the current Yoon administration has shifted towards a different direction and resonated with the US Indo-Pacific strategy. "Pro-Japan" is just one of the manifestations of this big swing. Hopefully, South Korea can stay stable and not become a pawn of the US, as it should be one of the players in the complex chess game in Northeast Asia.
In general, the Global Security Initiative initiative is very welcome and very timely, and I think that creative and active role of China is highly appreciated.
China's choice can only be to expand and open its consumer market further and support the outward flow of Chinese manufacturing and technology, at the same time, upgrading high-tech and manufacturing industries to create more new products and win a broader global market.
It's better to listen to China. While the situation is deadlocked, but there is still room for maneuver, negotiations should be carried out to end the war earlier for the benefit of everyone.
Politico reported that the Pentagon is making preliminary plans for new house speaker Kevin McCarthy's travel schedule, including a possible trip to the island of Taiwan this spring. That US media reveals the military was making security preparations for McCarthy's Taiwan visit can be seen as the first move of the public opinion war ahead of the visit.
The increasing cooperation between China and African countries has opened a new window for them, a China window beyond the old Western window, from where new choices can be seen.
The West finds it difficult to think afresh in the post-COVID era. China is embracing a new post-COVID era, while the West is behind the curve, still living in a COVID-dominated era of international relations.
The crisis and consequence caused by COVID-19 is real. It has swept the world over the past three years, and many countries have come out through almost “surrendering to the virus.” China has been fighting the epidemic for three years, and it will eventually break the lock of the virus. From November to December, the country made up its mind to take this step. It turned out to be more challenging and painful than many had expected. However, we have escaped the worst period of the virus after all. China carried out a strategic breakthrough when it was relatively weakened.
The basic judgment is that even in the worst-case scenario, the COVID-19 mortality rate in China should be much lower than that of the US and Europe in the last three years if the same statistical criteria are applied. Everyone can remain completely confident about this.
Recent diplomatic activities around Ukraine imply that Russia, Ukraine, the US and the West at large are approaching 2023 with no immediate prospects not only for a comprehensive political settlement, and not even for a ceasefire.
The global industrial chain and supply chain are now undergoing unprecedented changes, but the advantages of Made in China remain unchanged, and the image of China based on Made in China is still on the rise.
The Europe of today, including the modern prosperous lifestyles that people enjoy, and the order and rules that sustain such a lifestyle, is the result of the continuation of this great colonial expansion.
China has provided a reference for the Arab world with its own stable and sustained development. What China can do, the Arab countries must be able to do as well.
In the aspects of the competition in manufacturing in the major industrial countries that China already has a leading position, it is because in those aspects, human resources have won.
But when it makes this a strategic goal, it will do its best to contain China's development in the global supply chain, make every effort to keep the international supply chain in its own hands, and restructure its relations with its allies accordingly.
Some Europeans look at China with a sense of superiority. The question is not what facilities China wants “to control” in Europe, but whether Europeans can get back the working spirit that once brought Europe to development.
In the past, the status of major power was won through wars, such as the British empire, the US and the Soviet Union. But now, whether a country can be defined as a major power depends on whether it has the ability and will to provide enough international public goods to the region and the world. Achieving sustainable rise by providing international public goods is what differentiates China and other major powers in the past. Asian peace can be secured with more international public goods.
Whether the US is the best partner of the Asia-Pacific region, it is not dependent on what Vice President Kamala Harris will say at the APEC meeting; rather, all countries in this region have a steelyard in their hearts. The real scale on the steelyard is the technology, capital and market support that the US provides to the region, not the language Harris uses. Everyone knows what kind of geopolitical goals the US harbors in the Asia-Pacific region, but is at a loss as to what tangible benefits the US can bring to the region.
After the Xi-Biden meeting, it would be good for the world and for both China and the US, if US policymakers could look in the right direction and think about the words of the Chinese leader.
So what does the future hold? America will not be able to contain China. The latter will remain deeply connected with the world. China's greatest strength is the close relationship it has built with the developing world.
Many newly elected Republican politicians believe that the distribution of Ukraine war efforts is unfair since the Ukrainian crisis is a European problem rather than a US one. The pressure on Europe is likely to increase, writes a Russian scholar
Division is profoundly affecting American political and social life. Each side sees the other as "not my people" and has a strong sense of disgust and distrust of the other. American attributes were shredded.
Vietnam is clearly aware that the US wants to use it as a pawn, so Hanoi is vigilant while developing relations with the US. Trong's visit further eliminates the risk of bilateral ties being distracted by the South China Sea issue.
Biden said the US has to "responsibly manage the increasingly intense competition with China," and "we have to maintain our military advantage by making clear that - that we do not seek conflict."
The biggest thing the US forgets is that they are “fighting” against a country with a strong industrial base. If it wants to “destroy” China, even in just one or two industrial areas, first of all, get ready to be hit back.
Leaders with a narrow and flimsy political and social base cannot demonstrate a strong leadership, no matter how bright and committed they might be.
A new kind of Chinese modernization depends on a new kind of balance in the relationship between Western and Chinese input. China must place greater stress on its own intellectual and cultural capacity and become less dependent on American influences.
The rise of far-right parties in Sweden is by no means a positive signal for globalization. Taking political changes that have occurred in major European countries into consideration, people are wondering where Europe is headed.
As the war between Russia and Ukraine continues to escalate, the demon of nuclear weapons seems to be still hovering around the white house in Reykjavik as the 1986 summit, making strange noises.
Apple announces it will produce iPhone 14 in India. US and Apple policymakers, Indian producers, as well as the world's Apple production and supply chain, will all bear the backlash of US containment policy toward China.
Russia is now the equivalent of a screw, and Europe and Ukraine a nut. Both the screw and the nut are in the hands of the US.
The most important factor that China takes up the global supply chain in just a few decades is its political stability. In the world's systems of economy and supply chain, China's role is irreplaceable.
Peace can be secured if more and more countries choose to side with peace and oppose war, not being tied to certain military groups, and not being involved in a broader war, including financial and economic sanctions.
Please don't forget that there will be no absolute winner or loser in a military conflict between nuclear powers.
But the question is that Russia has strategic gaming capabilities, but what is Russia's long-term goal?
Russia and China now clearly see eye to eye on a range of international security and development issues; such a unity of views is historically justified and also reflects the current geopolitical balance in the international system. This unity constitutes a solid foundation for a long-term mutually beneficial cooperation between the two nations; one can only hope that the relationship will remain vibrant and will get stronger over time.
The influence of Queen Elizabeth II and her royal family included a perceived legacy of colonialism, particularly the division of civilization into different classes, which still severely constrains the development of former colonial countries.
Western sanctions will not kill Russia, but will create a new Russia, which is giving up its illusions about the West and gradually embedding deeper into the East, finding a new self by enjoying the dividends of the rise of the East.
It is necessary to ask rhetorically why the elites in the US and the West are always thinking about when China will overtake the US in terms of economic size. This is because the rise of China has touched their deepest sense of superiority.
What lessons can China learn from Russia's prosperity and setbacks? Where does the energy of the "fighting nation" come from? How has Russia developed a unified national identity? These present a new topic of how to take a deeper look at Russia.
Mikhail Gorbachev, the last leader of the former Soviet Union, passed away on Tuesday local time. Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed his condolences. But the real and overwhelming compliments for him came from the West, ranging from US President Joe Biden to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and politicians from the same era of Gorbachev, who praised him for introducing “brave democratic reforms,” bringing “freedom,” ending the Cold War and making the world safer.
If the world order and system, as the Americans and the West call it, cannot offer enough room for China and the US to dance together, cannot accommodate the growth of Chinese companies and the rise of China's capital power, it only means that it is this order and system that needs to be improved.
The expo signals a new beginning for China to lead a new wave of globalization.
Will the US start a war against China? History tells us that the option of war is an inherent part of US capital export and expansion, and that Washington is often easily manipulated by the impulse of capital power.
Several US lawmakers made a visit to the island of Taiwan via US military aircraft on Sunday. This is new provocation. On the same day, it's revealed by the Taiwan side that China's PLA sent 22 military aircraft and six warships for combat readiness security patrols in the Taiwan Straits and some of them crossed the so-called median line, which the mainland doesn't recognize.
Five Chinese state-owned giants – China Life Insurance, PetroChina, Sinopec, Aluminum Corporation of China, and Sinopec Shanghai Petrochemical – have announced they will delist from the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). It is important to understand exactly what the delisting means, without either underestimating or overstating the significance.
How to better play the advantages of the national system is the key for China to break through the containment and suppression in this competition.
China does not want to be an enemy of the US. But if the US strategy is to push China into a hostile position, then China has only one option.
The danger of a military conflict over Taiwan is now far greater than at any time since the 1970s. Any such conflict would be far more serious than if it had happened previously as China is now the equal of the US.
Pelosi's back-and-forth moves over the Taiwan question reflect US politicians' short-sightedness and the country's strategic bluff as a paper tiger. To a certain extent, the trip if finalized will accelerate the process of China's reunification.
Taiwan Straits will be the place where the US will finally show its true “paper tiger” face. As for Taiwan authorities, they will show themselves as shivering “paper mice.”
April 7, 1840 is a day that the Chinese will not forget. On that day, the British Parliament debated issues related to China. Historians originally believed that it was that meeting that made the decision for the British to invade China. Later, a journalist investigated and found that British warships were already on their way to China at the time of the debate in the British Parliament. The British Parliament did not pass the appropriation for the military expenses of the expedition to China until July 27, 1840, after the outbreak of war. The facts show that the Opium War was initiated by the British government.
It is probably time for the West to try to walk away a little bit from the old security logic of “sphere of influence” and think more about the concept of security concerns.
Seoul has sacrificed its interests for the US, but will the US stand up for it when something really happens? In future, it is likely that the US and other Western countries will drag South Korea into more problems they create rather than helping it.
The Chinese mainland must be brave enough to take this step of flying warplanes over the island, which, unlike warplanes flight around Taiwan, can truly reflect China's sovereignty over the territory, and is more substantial than any visit to Taiwan by senior foreign officials. Using Pelosi's visit to Taiwan to complete this leap is most likely to make it a peaceful transition.
In short, it is now time for the US to reflect on itself. Without reflection and policy reversion, the US economy will be in even greater trouble.
Japan's rearmament and the revision of its pacifist constitution is both a Japanese issue and a larger regional security issue, depending on how Japan will respond to the US “Indo-Pacific Strategy” and the rise of China.
International politicians may also have to think: If they continue to contain China, what will they receive, after their death, from the 1.4 billion Chinese people?
Diversity is one of the main sources of G20 legitimacy that G7 or NATO clearly lacks. Diversity and representativeness are assets that the Group of 20 cannot easily relinquish.
It is certainly not just the Biden administration or the Democratic administration that is being shaken, but the "foundation" of the White House.
Ukraine is still in the process of rebuilding its country after the end of the Cold War, and the process of dealing with the Cold War legacy is bound to be fraught with geopolitical risks.
BRICS is not an anti-Western camp, nor is it a group to fight the West. The keywords of this year's BRICS meeting are “development,” “cooperation,” “stability” and “peace,” which aim to bring the world back on the right track.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Compared with the past, China's current difficulties are not due to retrogression, but the hope of a better life.
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.
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.
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?
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Calm, rationality and negotiation, rather than restlessness, madness and war, are the first ways to prevent the current situation from getting worse.
It will be a long-term challenge to preserve its cultural traditions and find a path to modernity in the face of Westernization.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Europe's right-wing and conservative tendencies are intensifying in what could be one of the most noteworthy changes of the century.
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?
International affairs should be handled fairly and rationally, not according to the number of countries involved or how powerful they are.
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.
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.”
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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).
Why have so many American journalists and writers been reluctant to thoroughly tell the stories of Americans' losses and pains?
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
In the 21st century, the emphasis on adversaries seems to be an obsolete foreign policy concept.
Intel has become a typical “cannon” which opens verbal fire upon China among the US business community.
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.
After reading the notification from China's Central Economic Work Conference, I am more confident in the country's economic situation.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The core of China's future energy security lies in the innovation and application of clean energy technologies, instead of geopolitics or energy reserves.
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.
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?
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”.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
US approach will almost certainly function with a price: More lives will be swallowed by the virus.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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".
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Burns represents those who would rather be a "wolf warrior" than a friendly ambassador.
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.
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.
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.
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.