OPINION

Politicizing China's anti-epidemic aid stems from bias


China is willing to offer help if any country is in need, but for those who keep smearing China's foreign assistance, they had better not use any China-provided supplies.

How to make apolitical insightful facts speak

Some Western politicians still refuse to look to the useful part of China's experiences in their battle against the coronavirus. The absence of a self-correction function will only make the Western mechanism fall behind.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/15 20:38:40

Many Western governments ill-equipped to handle coronavirus

It is the system that determines that epidemic prevention won't be an easy task for the West. This is why pessimistic forecasts prevail in the West.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/15 18:23:40

Will virus be a curse or a blessing for Trump's reelection?

If these measures successfully curb the virus' spread, and the US economy isn't negatively affected, this crisis may be a blessing in disguise for Trump's re-election prospects, which proves that in time of crisis and uncertainty, he is the right kind of tough leader that the US people need.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/15 17:48:40

US emergency declaration first step, more difficulties lie ahead: analysts

US President Donald Trump on Friday declared a national emergency over the coronavirus pandemic, which some analysts believe is an overdue but first step of the US as uncertainties loom large; while others see it as a passive move made by Trump for the sake of his re-election campaign.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/14 16:57:10

Difficult for Western democracies to build new hospitals quickly: Jim O'Neill

The West is supposed to have an advantage in information openness and transparency. Why hasn't it taken preemptive measures to stop the virus from spreading rapidly even after they witnessed how the epidemic broke out in East Asia? What lessons can they learn from China? Would Western countries duplicate China's virus-control measures?
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/14 16:43:40

Ideological narcissism causes heavy losses to West amid outbreak

The outbreak is a global pandemic and not a game of winners and losers. However, in the early stages, Western media and political classes certainly framed it that way.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/14 16:03:40

US politicians seek political gain commemorating Chinese doctor

It is unconscionable to use the death of the doctor, a member of the Communist Party of China, in an unwarranted smear that suggests superior morality.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/14 9:58:40

Some countries should take virus seriously

Whether a relaxed attitude of “what will be, will be” in the fight against the virus can last long is uncertain.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/13 21:43:40

China's crisis management has lessons for the world

The Chinese people need to talk to the world and tell the real story how they are battling the crisis.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/13 20:33:41

China's UFC champ beats opponent and racism in the ring

This somehow reminds me of international relations. At the center of the world stage, China has been the target of “trash talk” from some countries. But China is neither submissive nor overbearing. With its power, balance and a peaceful mind, China has proved its strength and will win more and more applause worldwide.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/13 17:23:40

Coronavirus generation gap

The epidemic provides a chance to improve social services to the elderly. After all, the level of care given to the elderly reflects on the development of society as a whole.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/13 17:13:40

My first-hand experience with US-style 'freedom of the press'

China recently revoked press credential of three journalists with the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) for a racist headline the newspaper published and its refusal to apologize. It's for a specific incident. Yet the US has targeted 60 employees at five separate Chinese media outlets, which reveals its intensified efforts to sour bilateral relations.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/13 10:23:40

Washington's blame game hides US prevention failure

The novel coronavirus is a common enemy of all mankind. We don't need to be distracted by America's spats at this time. We should make our own contribution to the global fight against the epidemic.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/13 2:01:04