Xiangshang Forum heralds regional security cooperation

Mid-October is most beautiful in Beijing. The maple leaves start to turn red in Xiangshan Mountain and the yellow gingko leaves add a warm hue to the tree-lined streets. The atmosphere cannot be more agreeable for a forum.

Two questions to ponder before you buy TCM stocks

One of the effects of Chinese herbal scientist Tu Youyou winning a Nobel Prize for medicine has been the rise in prices of traditional Chinese medicine-related stocks on mainland bourses after the weeklong National Day holiday.

Instead of blaming UNESCO, Japan should look into the mirror

The iron-clad historical facts about the Nanjing massacre and UNESCO's move to give it its rightful place are beyond question.

Opportunity knocks for China in next five years

A draft program for the next five years and a visit to the UK, where he will likely outline China's plans, are high on Preisdent Xi Jinping's agenda.

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