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.

Better user etiquette would make riding subway more pleasant

[2016-04-29 08:12]

While it is a great way to get around the city, the lack of etiquette on the subway has become a major hazard, especially during daily rush hours.

Wrong moral compass breeds serious scams

[2016-04-22 08:24]

There is no doubt that the Chinese public, especially those vulnerable senior citizens, should be better educated so they can identify scams. And tougher laws and stronger law enforcement should be meted out.

High-speed trains would be even better with Quiet Cars

[2016-04-16 09:08]

A Chinese high-speed train is a thing of beauty, and the ride is very smooth. But there is no such sanctuary on one of China's high-speed trains and having a good nap is almost impossible, as I found this week.

US presidential candidates lie to win votes

[2016-04-08 07:59]

As a close observer of several US presidential elections, I have found the 2016 race bemusing in both predictable and unpredictable ways.

It's futile for US to blame China to cover its own misdeeds

[2016-04-01 08:04]

It is not unusual for senior US officials to throw jabs at China in their public speeches while traveling abroad.

Obama fails to tackle main issues during Cuba visit

[2016-03-25 08:28]

In that speech, Obama said" I have come here to bury the last remnant of the Cold War in the Americas."

More to fear from a weak China than one that is strong

[2016-03-18 07:37]

The latest cover story in The Atlantic written by Jeffrey Goldberg is quite telling of US President Barack Obama's foreign policy.

US military power is as much of a blessing as a curse

[2016-03-12 09:21]

US actions are certainly militarizing the South China Sea and heightening tensions in the region.

Growing public anger reflects widespread feelings of impotence

[2016-03-04 08:52]

Americans are known for being optimistic, but the word most often used to describe public sentiment in the US these days is "angry". A number of polls in recent months have shown more Americans saying they are angry and that those that were already angry are angrier than before.

It's high time the US stopped blurting out poisonous rhetoric

[2016-02-26 09:28]

It's time Obama stopped pushing for the TPP at the cost of the vital China-US relations.

American Dream increasingly distant from most in US

[2016-02-19 08:19]

Moore's movie is the latest reminder that a nation that claims to be the greatest and most exceptional seems to quickly forget its ideals.

Culture can counter the spin of animosity

[2016-02-05 08:04]

Pandas and such interactions as those to celebrate the Year of the Monkey can help ordinary Americans better understand Chinese people, their culture and history.

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