Opinion / Chen Weihua

Chen Weihua

Chen Weihua is the Chief Washington Correspondent of China Daily and Deputy Editor of China Daily USA. He has a particular focus on US politics and US-China relations.

China can learn from Cuba's preservation efforts

[2014-07-28 20:37]

Cuba, a socialist country, is building the Mariel development zone west of the capital Havana. The first such zone in the Caribbean island nation is wooing foreign investment from around the world.

US snooping an aggressive intrusion of privacy

[2014-07-18 07:44]

The truth is that no other government is spying on the people in this world and violating their privacy like the US government.

Development bank will help fight poverty

[2014-07-11 07:05]

The BRICS countries, Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, are expected to pursue a development bank during a summit in Brazil next week.

Finger pointing not the way forward

[2014-07-04 08:40]

President Obama needs to make a statement soon to reaffirm the US commitment to the new type of major country relationship and to halt a drift towards strategic rivalry.

PLA participation in RIMPAC a milestone

[2014-06-27 07:24]

The Chinese People's Liberation Army Navy is participating in seven programs, including artillery practice, sea security operations and military medical exchanges between the Peace Ark and US Navy hospital ship Mercy.

War money could have been better spent

[2014-06-20 07:21]

The Iraq War, which has come back to haunt Americans, Iraqis and the world these days, cost people in the United States some $2 trillion.

Is a declining US good for China?

[2014-06-13 08:33]

I guess many Chinese would welcome the US leadership, so long as that leadership was not just in its own interests and it was not being used to rally other nations against China.

Sunnylands spirit needed to rekindle relations

[2014-06-06 07:25]

The top leaders need to repeat the tone they set at the Sunnylands to reassure everyone that China and the US are heading in the same direction, toward cooperation and not confrontation.

Futile distraction from the United States of Secrets

[2014-05-24 08:03]

The United States Justice Department's announcement on Monday that it had indicted five officers of the Chinese People's Liberation Army for cyber theft is a clumsy move.

The unsung heroes who built nations

[2014-05-22 08:08]

To honor the hundreds of millions of migrant workers who re-built the US over the past three decades, there should be far greater recognition and more halls of honor.

From Occupy movement to American Spring

[2014-05-10 09:34]

On Monday in New York City, 25-year-old graduate student Cecily McMillan was convicted of felony for elbowing police officer Grantley Bovell in the face when he led her out of the Zuccotti Park in downtown Manhattan on the night of March 17, 2012.

US president's missing message in Japan

[2014-04-25 07:12]

During his three-day visit to Japan from April 23 to 25, US President Barack Obama seems to be focusing on the US-Japan security alliance, the Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations and the trilateral cooperation with Japan and South Korea.

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