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[2017-06-22 07:36]

Seoul needs to get out of THAAD 'dilemma'

[2017-06-22 07:40]

There is a silver lining behind the cloud of relationship between China and the Republic of Korea, which has been sour since the latter decided to allow the US to deploy Terminal High Altitude Area Defense anti-missile system on its soil in July last year. During a strategic dialogue between foreign ministries on Tuesday, both countries voiced a willingness to improve bilateral ties.

Joint efforts can better protect Chinese overseas

[2017-06-22 07:40]

In late May, two Chinese tourists kidnapped in Quetta in Pakistan's Balochistan province may have been killed. On June 9, Zhang Yingying, a 26-year-old Chinese student visiting the University of Illinois in the United States went missing, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation is investigating the case. On June 12, a British court sentenced two suspects to prison for beating a 67-year-old Chinese man, who was visiting his daughter in Preston, Lancashire, to death in a local park on Jan 1.

Let midnight snack shine its real light on me

[2017-06-22 07:40]

I was a fan of the hit Japanese TV series Shinya Shokudo, known in English as Midnight Canteen, telecast in the late 2000s. I watched the first 10-episode series as well as the second. Centered on a small eatery in one corner of a shopping district, each episode of the series narrated the stories of its proprietor and his customers on whose request he cooks a special dish or two.

Tougher regulatory environment would aid A-share market

[2017-06-22 07:40]

Some of the mainland's big-cap stocks have been included in a benchmark index of US index provider MSCI, which is widely expected to give a big boost to the wobbling domestic A-share market.

Reform in financial sector imperative for progress

[2017-06-21 07:29]

Healthy financial institutions are a prerequisite for preventing a financial crisis, as central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan rightly pointed out at this year's Lujiazui financial forum in Shanghai on Tuesday.

Corporate honesty certificates

[2017-06-21 07:29]

Shenzhen in South China's Guangdong province has introduced China's first standards on anti-bribery applicable to all enterprises.

Australia's groundswell of bias counterproductive

[2017-06-19 07:06]

That Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull labeled China a "frenemy" at an event last year was leaked by Australia's Fairfax Media on Friday shows some in Australia are intent on trying to disrupt the generally rosy picture of bilateral cooperation by continuing to whip up anti-China sentiment.

U-turn to reassure Qatar

[2017-06-19 07:06]

US Secretary of Defense James Mattis and his Qatari counterpart Khalid bin Mohammad al-Attiyah recently signed an initial agreement for a $12-billion sale of US-manufactured F-15 fighters to Qatar.

Relationships between universities and their enterprises need clarifying

[2017-06-19 07:06]

ON FRIDAY, THE CENTRAL INSPECTION GROUP ANNOUNCED the results of its inspections of 14 key universities. Of all the problems it found, corruption among university-owned enterprises was the most common - 13 of the 14 universities inspected were found to have this problem. Beijing News comments:

Basic eldercare is a government obligation

[2017-06-19 07:06]

THE STATE COUNCIL, China's Cabinet, recently issued guidelines on care services for the elderly. Based on the needs of senior citizens, the document sets out principles for the eldercare industry, as well as the welfare the elderly should enjoy, ranging from basic services, public facilities, to health and cultural services. Beijing Youth Daily comments:

Vocational school's soft exam shows it's time for a shake-up

[2017-06-19 07:06]

ONE OF the end-of-term test papers of a vocational school in Zhengzhou, Henan province, began with three questions that contained their answers. The municipal education bureau said that the school lacks quality control of exam papers and is investigating. Southern Metropolis Daily comments:

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