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For the love and care of elderly parents

[2017-02-26 15:06]

I remember seeing a very impressive public service advertisement promoting filial piety.

China's vital leadership in world affairs

[2017-02-26 15:06]

China's leadership in free trade, sustainable growth and the international rule of law comes at an important moment, with the struggle between globalization and protectionism, says Lord Malloch-Brown, former deputy secretary-general of the United Nations.

Europe's leaders seek a China trade tonic

[2017-02-25 07:19]

Italian President Sergio Mattarella and French Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve this week became the latest European leaders to beat a path to Beijing, carrying messages in support of globalization and against a protectionist revival favored by "certain populists".

Fear is the real problem with artificial intelligence

[2017-02-25 07:19]

The fast development of robotics has raised public concern about robots replacing workers not only on factory floors but also in offices, and causing a global unemployment crisis. To an extent, people's concern seems justified.

A sustainable growth marathon is better than a sprint

[2017-02-25 07:19]

When China overtook the United States as the world's top goods trader in 2013, China's celebrations were led by former commerce minister Gao Hucheng. On Tuesday, in response to news that the US had retaken the lead by about $20 billion in 2016, Gao expressed optimism: For major trading powers, short-term data anomalies are perfectly normal.

Media can perform better by using latest high-tech

[2017-02-25 07:19]

Many traditional and social media outlets published articles on Feb 19 to highlight a speech delivered by General Secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee Xi Jinping for the media a year ago. And their consensus on the speech is a testimony to the universal value of what Xi said.

Precision efforts now key to lifting people out of poverty

[2017-02-24 08:06]

China is in a critical stage as it strives to eradicate extreme poverty by 2020, as part of the central government's goal to build an all-round well-off society in which no one is left behind.

Cross-regional lawsuit test

[2017-02-24 08:06]

The procuratorate of Wuxi, East China's Jiangsu province, recently filed a lawsuit in the city's intermediate people's court demanding compensation from the authorities of Yangpu district, Shanghai, for dumping the district's household garbage in Wuxi.

Tsinghua has to find better ways to attract international students

[2017-02-24 08:06]

THE COUNTRY'S PRESTIGIOUS TSINGHUA UNIVERSITY has come under fire for its 2017 international undergraduate admission requirements, which many have criticized as being "preferential" because they only require foreign applicants under the age of 25 to have a high-school diploma and pass the Level 5 of the HSK language test. Xiong Bingqi, deputy director of the 21st Century Education Research Institute, commented on Wednesday:

Academicians should not get to hog resources

[2017-02-24 08:06]

ON SATURDAY, the Chinese Academy of Sciences announced that Chen Ning Yang, winner of the 1957 Nobel Prize for Physics, and Yao Qizhi, recipient of the 2000 Turing Award, have been admitted as academicians as they have renounced their US citizenships and are now Chinese citizens. China Youth Daily comments:

If public dancing is a disturbance, it breaks the law

[2017-02-24 08:06]

BEIJING'S NEWLY revised regulations on mass fitness will be introduced next month. It will strictly regulate any exercise activities in public places that might create a disturbance. Beijing Youth Daily commented on Thursday:


[2017-02-24 08:07]

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