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Turning a blind eye to faults is not love

People in the United States have been engaging in a debate of whether President Barack Obama loves America.

Lament over a 'lost' hometown strikes a chord with rural young

It was the unequal policies that favored cities at the cost of villages that made and widened the gap between them in the past decades.

Development still the key

The effort to build a well-off society in an all-around way constitutes a key part of the country's efforts to realize the well-mapped Chinese dream.

Digital gift money the latest New Year trend

Giving out bigger and bigger hongbao has not only put huge economic pressure on some people, it is also a serious deviation from the original nature.

  • How to overcome evil in the world By Michael Murphy

    I can't change the warped ideas of others who choose to do evil in the world. I can do something about touching a child's mind and life through teaching them English or how to play a musical instrument.

  • 20 unique facts about China By eddieturkson

    There are some unique and interesting facts about China that would make you gaze and wonder if this is the same China that is often criticized for lack of innovation.

  • Why did I leave US after seven years? By Sharon Shi

    After living in the US for seven years, Sharon Shi chose to return to China and settled in Beijing with her American husband and cute daughter.

  • Lessons learned from experience By MichaelM

    Some people say that success is gained through making right decisions; right decisions come from the wisdom gained through experience.

  • To lend money to a friend By ColinSpeakman

    Would you do this? I guess the answer depends on who the friend is and how much money?

  • How a western teacher survives in China By MichaelM

    I've always chosen to be a student of human behavior. Since coming to China 3.5 years ago, I've watched the behavior of those I've come into contact with.

 

Reunions matter, wherever they take place

The population outflow from cities to rural regions approaching the Spring Festival puts heavy pressure on the transport system every year.

Local debts not the real risk

Most debts raised by local governments and companies in China are used for investment. This is different from the debts of some countries.

Time for cheers and tears

Being a Canadian living in China for more than 10 years, I feel fortunate to share the joys of Western and Chinese festivals with my Chinese wife, friends and students

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