GT Podcast with Mulan: Mainland's regular patrols send warning to DPP; US urged to correct bullying trade practices
Published: Mar 01, 2024 04:40 PM
GT Podcast with Mulan

In today's podcast:

As the Chinese mainland's maritime law enforcement authorities conducted more patrols in waters near Kinmen in response to Taiwan authorities' brutal and deadly act against fishermen from the mainland, analysts from the island of Taiwan said this would be a stern warning to the secessionist Democratic Progressive Party. 

China's Commerce Ministry said on Monday that China firmly safeguards the multilateral trading system and attaches great importance to the work of the WTO, while slamming the US for violating WTO rules and engaging in unilateral trade bullying, which seriously undermines the global trade order and hurts the common interests of WTO members.

In the Global Times' I-Talk show, a 5th-generation Texan talked about the current border situation in Texas and how it will affect this year's US presidential election.

In the first installment of a series of stories exploring the progress of ecological civilization projects that Chinese President Xi Jinping is concerned with, the Global Times explores Xiamen in East China's Fujian Province, a key birthplace and early adopter of Xi's ecological ideas, to witness the green shift of this international Garden City.

Fruitful achievements of nearly a century of archaeological exploration at the world heritage site Yin Ruins are now concentrated in the newly inaugurated building of Yinxu Museum in Anyang, Central China's Henan Province.