Only intensified vaccine supervision and management can help regain the public's confidence in domestic vaccines.
As anticipated, the new leader of Taiwan Tsai Ing-wen resorted to rhetorical ambiguity in her inauguration speech.
To peep into other's courtyard uninvited is at best impolite; to criticize the host for objecting to such behavior compounds the injury.
Only with reason and pragmatism can the members of Hong Kong's opposition camp engage in constructive discussion on any issue regarding the SAR's future.
Whoever speaks with him should take full advantage of this opportunity to present to the NPC chairman their aspirations for the development of the SAR.
The text of the Pentagon's report on China's military and security developments has already provoked "strong dissatisfaction and firm opposition" from Beijing.
There appears to be an unannounced consensus that China-Japan relations have sailed past their most difficult time in decades and are on the mend, albeit slowly.
The White House has officially announced that US President Barack Obama will visit Hiroshima on May 27, the first-ever such visit to the city by a sitting US president.
What happened between the police and 29-year-old Lei Yang on Saturday night? The entire truth about Lei's death is indispensable if justice is not only done but seen to be done in this case.
Besides officially crowning Kim Jong-un as supreme leader, the just-concluded party congress of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea offered the rest of the world a rare glimpse of the country's actual policy orientations.
For over a week now, the largest Chinese search engine Baidu.com has been a target of public questioning and debate for its possible role in the death of Wei Zexi.
The term "overseas territory" may remind people of Puerto Rico, the latest addition to US territories supposedly by popular choice, which many local residents are already regretting. In Hong Kong's case, however, even Washington knows pigs don't fly.
During my last visit to Paris, the killing of a Chinese man moved me a lot. Chaolin Zhang was a dressmaker, a man like many others, hard-working, good father and happy to live on Earth. In honor of his memory, this is the context surrounding his death.