If India only shouts hollow slogans on Twitter and fails to improve its real strength, the country will not be able to find its way out.
Enhancing vocational education is in line with China's lessons learned from development in the past decades. As China aims to comprehensively develop its economy, skilled workers will play a key role that affects the speed and quality of growth.
In recent years, the Chinese government took further steps to adjust and tighten its regulations on gun ownership in accordance with evolving national conditions. Although the moves are based on China's conditions, the Chinese general road map for strict gun control is worth mulling over for the US, Brazil or any other country with similar headaches. China has developed its proper way, and so can the US.
Chinese children are the country's future. And the Law on the Protection of Minors should play the role of “the catcher in the rye” – standing on the edge and catch every kid before they go over the cliff. All Chinese children should be able to play in the big field of rye safely and legally, where a promising future awaits them.
China has no intention of building barriers for a tech cold war. Beijing is willing to be involved in technological competition with the US as long as it is fair and equal. In the same light, China does not fear any military threat from the US, but will not let itself get caught in an arms race by US provocations, as this does not fit China's development goals.
Turning a blind eye to the fact that Tibet is a part of China, Western media fail to show the world the real, prospering Tibet.
China will not pick sides in India-Pakistan disputes. Aiming at easing the two countries' conflicts and improving the anti-terrorist situation, China will play the role of a mediator and facilitator amid the ongoing tensions.
China's engagement with the world over the past decades has met with twists and turns. Even Chinese private companies like Huawei are experiencing unprecedented unfair treatment. But China will continue pushing forward cooperation based on openness and mutual benefit. Europe will gain more from its interactions with China and find its due place in the 21st century.
Starting a war with China does not tally with the Philippines' strategic vision. Duterte cares about the budget and his target of governance, which is developing the Philippines economy.
In the eyes of some Western media, it would be great that Chinese ethnic minority people remain uneducated as the more these people learn, the more clearly they can tell how the West is trying to manipulate their minds.
China needs to stick to opening-up and integrating more with the world and cultivating its own talent pool. When its business environment gets better and an international innovation and technology hub is created to spur investment and power growth, more foreign talent and overseas Chinese will be attracted to this land of vast opportunities.
The US hasn't provided any massive aid to other countries in recent years and has refused to fulfill international obligations. Smaller countries would turn out to be naive if they blindly believe Washington's hollow promises.
If successfully implemented, the Greater Bay Area will drive the economy of China and even the world and provide a launching point for the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative that aims to boost connectivity across the world. Those who foresee China's economic outlook as dim can just wait and see.
In the eyes of those narrow-minded US elites, a country's model is either absolute democracy or tyranny. There seems to be no other choice. But instead of following Western countries' steps, China has found its own development path.
Looking at China through a Western lens and finding fault with China, a country so fast-evolving, diverse and different from the West, will make both sides lose development opportunities.
With ulterior motives, the New York Times tell stories of certain Chinese individuals and then exaggerate the fact, thus declaring that there are serious problems in China's economy and political system.
Cooperation between China and Southeast Asia is comprehensive and will not change due to US interference.
Cross-border trade is not a one-country issue, and a single country cannot complete the task of protecting endangered animals. Each country regulates its own market as the first step and cooperation with others within the framework of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora can be the next move.