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China-bashing? No, not again

Some of the claims being made by US presidential candidates, Republicans in particular, during their debates are so preposterous that they need to be corrected.

A good and effective law to fight terrorism

China is a victim of terrorism, and to fight the menace and better protect its national interests, it has been strengthening its security measures.

Economic transition needs breathing space

China's top economic planner said on Wednesday that the country's 2015 economic growth rate was within a reasonable range.

China-bashing? No, not again

Some of the claims being made by US presidential candidates, Republicans in particular, during their debates are so preposterous that they need to be corrected.

  • My study abroad in the UK By Maierwei

    After a lengthy visa application procedure, I was ready for my first lengthy stay in Europe. I left my dog with my father, jumped on a flight, and there I was, in London, UK.

  • Single? Live differently By sube

    Being single is a lifestyle. We cannot say it is an alternative. It is a well-established civil status and there are many people permanently or temporarily living single.

  • Foreigners in China are often "illiterate" By Chevalerie

    Apart from a few exceptions of specialists of china - native-born resident and talented students - most of the foreigners living in china are illiterate, myself included.

  • Over the top By teamkrejados

    Strangely enough, the Chinese don' t seem to be acquainted with the 'Less is More' philosophy. In itself that is a paradox, considering the relative simplicity of the typical home over here.

  • My letter to Premier Li Keqiang By jaseminsibo

    A leader's role is to provide a nurturing and 'governed' environment to always ensure her citizens are safe. At the same time give them enough freedom to explore and develop their own identity.

  • President Xi Jinping's vision for 2016: Responsibility By MichaelM

    President Xi Jinping, in giving his third New Year's speech for Chinese at home and around the world, outlined the accomplishments and challenging tasks that China has experienced and yet faces.

 

A solution to the problem of left-behind kids

Premier Li Keqiang announced an overall policy arrangement of providing care for left-behind children, who live in rural areas while their parents migrate to cities for work.

Your impression of China in 2015

The year 2015 is coming to an end and we invite you, the foreign friends who are involved in the past year with China or Chinese people, to share their stories with our millions of readers all over the world.

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