Since real solutions rest ultimately on agreements between China and claimant countries, Beijing should work harder to seek breakthroughs through one-on-one negotiations.
The signing of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change by world leaders in the UN headquarters in New York on Friday will be a milestone in global joint efforts to combat the common threat faced by mankind.
The visit by Taiwan judicial officials to the mainland, which started on Wednesday, was the first step in the right direction for the joint cross-Straits fight against telecommunication fraud.
Nearly 500 students have reportedly been diagnosed with health problems since the Changzhou Foreign Languages School moved to its current campus in September.
Along with its military aid to its allies, the US' displays of military might are only making the situation more complicated and volatile.
The clearest is the US military intends to strengthen its presence in the South China Sea, which poses more threats to regional peace and stability.
With statisticians reporting good news about many aspects of the Chinese economy, one can be almost certain it will encounter fewer storms than last year.
The government's swift response to the issues raised by the scandal shows it has been quick to learn the lessons and is resolved to never compromise on issues concerning people's health.
China has always opposed the Philippines for its illegal occupation of its islands, and any construction projects on them will not consolidate Manila's illegal claim to sovereignty.
A statement issued after the G7 foreign ministers' meeting can be interpreted as veiled criticism of China for being the cause of the increased tensions in the region.
For the first time, airline passengers have been blacklisted for uncivilized behavior.
Tsai should waste no time in reining in the extremists within her party from making further provocative moves as they are jeopardizing the improvement in relations achieved under the eight years of Kuomintang rule.