US-promoted military escort alliance in Gulf another attempt to stymie Iran

If the Strait of Hormuz becomes chaotic, so will the Gulf region and no country can emerge unscathed. Gulf countries should be wary of this: Blindly following the US will be disastrous for them.

7 decades of achievements need to be appraised fairly

China's rapid development has provided more chances and social equity building has accumulated some institutional experience in the past few decades. Today's Chinese society offers every citizen more freedom to choose their life path and a better environment for young people's development than that of previous generations.
Source: Global Times | 2019/7/7 20:13:39

AIIB can be a key benchmark for BRI

The success of the AIIB has demonstrated China's ability to participate in and offer innovations for global governance. Moving forward, the bank can offer useful lessons for "multilateralization" of the BRI, so that the initiative can fulfill its promise to contribute to comprehensive development of all of Asia and the world.
Source: Global Times | 2019/7/7 19:47:49

Chinese products boost freedom, human rights

In labeling Chinese technologies a tool of so-called Chinese state spying, Washington is mixing business with politics. In the end, the US is losing precious time to innovate. As former US Treasury secretary Henry Paulson said, "Innovation is one of America's defining strengths. We need to protect it, but without erecting an economic iron curtain."
Source: Global Times | 2019/7/7 19:42:23

Japan's curbs on semiconductor material exports to S.Korea will likely worsen ties

Relations between Japan and South Korea haven't been smooth recently. The main cause of weaker ties is the 2018 judgment of a South Korean court on the issue of WWII forced labor by Japanese enterprises.
Source: Global Times | 2019/7/7 19:42:16

Hasina in balancing act between China, India

With rapid development, Bangladesh eagerly needs better infrastructure, more investment and technological support. China not only provided loans and technology transfer, but also engaged in the construction of infrastructure projects in fields such as transportation, power distribution and telecommunication.
Source: Global Times | 2019/7/7 19:33:39

World heading toward a bipolar order: eminent scholar

Where are China-US relations headed amid profound changes in the international landscape? How will intensifying bilateral competition influence the international order?
Source: Global Times | 2019/7/7 18:18:40

US creates trouble with lies about PLA missile launch

Since the US comes to the South China Sea, it should bring some real peace and stability. The South China Sea does not welcome a troublemaker that arrives by warship.
Source: Global Times | 2019/7/5 22:50:54

UK's Hunt makes 'toothless threat' against China

Under such circumstances, we should not be too serious when dealing with the UK. Regardless of whether it shows a friendly or an opportunistic gesture, we should remind ourselves this will not be its first or last attitude toward China, and by saying that we mean it will be in a relatively short time, to be specific.
Source: Global Times | 2019/7/5 18:13:40

Celebrities should see beyond dazzle and glitter

We need artists and contributors – not celebrities who earn more than the pillars of our society such as scientists, doctors, teachers and everyone else. Also, I really couldn't care less and am really sick of hot trends going on and on about how one cannot love any more because X and Y got a divorce or X and Z broke up. This is not where our gaze should be.
Source: Global Times | 2019/7/5 16:28:40

Xinjiang's prosperity driven by China's strength

Those Western forces who have long accused Xinjiang of improper governance should re-examine their consciences.
Source: Global Times | 2019/7/5 15:58:40

Nose job for a good job?

Time can tell on a beautiful face but not on competence.
Source: Global Times | 2019/7/5 15:33:40

Unfriendly summer

Last month was the hottest June ever recorded in Earth's history.
Source: Global Times | 2019/7/4 22:18:40

Realty bites: What's in a name? Well, a lot

To be clear, I don't support the Chinese local governments' attempts at arbitrary correction. To me, it is a wrong solution targeting the right problem, and may have a boomerang effect that would distract people from understanding the real issue. But at the same time, Chinese people may need to learn more about naming battles in other countries to be able to see global names they pick up in the correct historical context.
Source: Global Times | 2019/7/4 21:23:41