China on Friday released a white paper on vocational education and training in Xinjiang. For the past two years, the vocational education and training centers have been the focus of debate on Xinjiang affairs. Western countries have been fiercely critical, while developing countries, including Islamic nations, have shown a general understanding and support.
China will take necessary measures to counter Washington's decision to impose tariffs on an additional $300 billion of Chinese products earlier this month, the Customs Tariff Commission of the State Council said Thursday, following a phone call between top negotiators of the China-US high-level economic and trade talks on Tuesday. This shows the China-US trade talks deadlock has not yet been broken. The US' recent announcement that it would delay tariffs on some of the Chinese products did not impress Beijing.
Young Chinese people should take the cover off their eyes and think twice before believing in the seemingly perfect “Prince Charming” or “Princess Charming” online.
The incident in Hong Kong won't be a repeat of the June 4th political incident in 1989. Washington will not be able to intimidate China by using the turmoil 30 years ago. China is much stronger and more mature, and its ability to manage complex situations has been greatly enhanced.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in said the unification of the Korean Peninsula is expected to be achieved by 2045.
Only by ending the riots can Hong Kong get back to normal. The breeze blowing toward Hong Kong in the future must come from the mainland, not from the West.
An upholder of unilateralism and protectionism, the reckless Trump administration will eventually have to swallow the bitter fruits it cultivated.
China respects Australia as a country of economic dynamism, social openness, and multicultural resilience. China expects Australia to show the same respect and trust which would contribute to further cooperation between Beijing and Canberra.
The SAR government should conduct a general survey on the situation and aspirations of all sectors in Hong Kong and change the administrative philosophy on positive non-interventionism, seeking to resolve the problems of the public.
No matter what the stance is, media should not exploit details purposefully to deviate the whole thing from the most important focus: Radical protesters brutally attacked Fu. Such violence should not be allowed, and this should be the common voice of media from the mainland, Hong Kong and the world.
Middle powers such as Australia could potentially play a useful role in convincing great powers like China and the US to dial back the rhetoric and pursue some much-invoked but seldom seen win-win diplomacy.
US Federal Aviation Administration reportedly banned some models of Apple MacBook Pro from boarding for potential batteray explosion.
Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan are parts of China. This is political common sense around the world. The mistake of thinking otherwise will be erased sooner or later and the sentiment on Chinese internet helps accelerate this progress.