US EUROPE AFRICA ASIA 中文
Opinion

Give education its due in job market

Manual laborers deserve better pay, but as the income gap between those with and without college degrees shrinks, people will hesitate to send their children to college.

Time for tears is past, it's time for action

The demand for ivory, especially in Asia, and the greed of those who profit from this gruesome trade means that poachers kill one elephant every 15 minutes.

Ending conflicts could also end refugee crisis

On Monday, at the first United Nations Summit for Refugees and Migrants, UN members pledged, through the New York Declaration, to protect and help refugees, and better respond to the refugee crisis.

Give education its due in job market

Manual laborers deserve better pay, but as the income gap between those with and without college degrees shrinks, people will hesitate to send their children to college.

  • What we can learn about sustainable inclusion from Colombian coffee By Marcos Fava Neves

    Colombian coffee has a story that I admire and use in my lectures and the reasons are the ones listed above. Congratulations!

  • No students for class By Michael Murphy

    One thing that foreigners are not used to in China is how quickly and dramatically a schedule can change.

  • The killing of a Chinese man in Paris By Chevalerie

    During my last visit to Paris, the killing of a Chinese man moved me a lot. Chaolin Zhang was a dressmaker, a man like many others, hard-working, good father and happy to live on Earth. In honor of his memory, this is the context surrounding his death.

  • Why should English teachers in China look 'Western'? By 财神

    With its rapid economic development and opening up, China has opened its doors to English teachers from various nations.

  • Struggling for a better life in Canada By Sava

    After fulfilling the obligations of my teaching for the current school year, I thought that I should seize the opportunity to pay a visit to Montreal, Quebec, my hometown.

  • If China will have me, I'll be back By MichaelM

    My mom said it best. When you step out and step up, you don't always have things easy. First, people ask me, "What? You're living in China?"

 

Is Chen a philanthropist or just a charlatan?

Although his philanthropic image also granted him some protection in the face of investigation, now that he has lost his official endorsement, the truth behind his promises will be gradually revealed

Resolving the refugee crisis

Since no country can stay immune to the global refugees crisis, the international community needs to act urgently and strongly to more effectively respond to the issue.

China Daily, 35 years on: your memories

To celebrate the 35 anniversary of China Daily, we are inviting readers from all around the world to share with us their special story. The story could center on anything about you and China Daily.

Most Viewed in 24 Hours
Poll
...
...