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.

Paper misleads US by pointing to wrong place of danger

[2016-01-22 08:31]

One Chinese journalist who was at the release of the report on Wednesday said bluntly: "It should be called a China containment report."

Self-glorification in State of Union address ignored US' problems

[2016-01-15 08:48]

This is the picture of a developing country and not the one Obama described on Tuesday night.

Those who wish China ill will only hurt themselves

[2016-01-08 07:51]

If you listened to the comments of some government officials, lawmakers, pundits and commentators, it is not hard to realize that there are people in the United States who wish China ill.

By dragging feet on metric system, US leaves world puzzled

[2015-12-26 09:17]

There is no doubt that the metric system has been and is the global rule and norm of the 21st century. It is also an area where the US has clearly fallen far behind.

A problem on the home front US can do without

[2015-12-18 09:58]

A great nation should not have homeless people waiting outside convenience stores, subway stations and parks, as in New York City.

Trade policy harms Obama's climate legacy

[2015-12-11 08:57]

As world leaders race to reach a climate deal in Paris on Friday, Obama wants the deal to become a key legacy of his eight-year presidency. However, his protectionist policy that undermines China's renewable industry and the climate cause will tarnish this legacy.

US unwise to play alliance card against China

[2015-12-04 08:48]

China has wisely decided not to resort to forming alliances to engage in a largely Cold War-type zero-sum game, but if the US keeps playing its card of building alliances against China, what Yan advocates could get more attention and support in China.

Time to address root cause, drop double standards

[2015-11-20 09:17]

The US government has been reluctant to condemn terrorist actions on Chinese soil. White House and State Department officials have either used the excuse that they need more information or expressed concerns at Chinese government policies.

Dominant power should leave space for the rising rest

[2015-11-13 07:39]

The US is apparently not ready to accept a world where it will no longer be the dominant power to call shots on every single global issue.

More exchanges and cooperation will improve trust

[2015-11-06 08:02]

The differences between the two nations and two militaries are likely to remain for a long while, but ca qiang zou huo is less likely if the two militaries continue to beef up their exchanges and cooperation.

Clear and present dangers from US' self-appointed role

[2015-10-30 07:46]

The high-profiled dispatch of a US naval ship into the South China Sea on Tuesday is not just bullying, but also ill-advised.

Leaders' summits great way to boost bilateral relations

[2015-10-10 08:44]

The tone after the summit has been overwhelmingly positive after Xi candidly addressed all the US concerns about a rising China.

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