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China, US should transcend economic fears

[2015-09-16 09:21]

What the two nations need is not fear about each other's real or perceived weaknesses, but confidence about their respective strengths.

US should give up its hegemony in cyberspace

[2015-09-15 08:16]

Cybersecurity is expected to top the agenda of the meetings between President Xi and his US counterpart Barack Obama.

Los Angeles still a top destination for tourists even as China's economy slows

[2015-09-10 13:33]

For the 200 or so tourism industry representatives gathering in Los Angeles this week, a slower Chinese economy and lower yuan are not on their minds.

Summit can clarify issues: ex-envoy

[2015-09-09 16:25]

The summit between President Xi Jinping and President Barack Obama gives them a chance to clear the air on important issues haunting the bilateral relationship, according to a former US ambassador to China.

WWII heroes on the diplomatic front got raw deal back home

[2015-09-09 12:22]

Two Chinese-born Americans, unsung heroes both, deserve a salute on the anniversary of the end of World War II. Both advocated early on that the US establish ties with Mao Zedong's Communists and both paid a price for it.

Sino-US friendship should be carried on

[2015-09-08 13:18]

History has laid the foundation for our continued friendship and cooperation. Let us forge ahead, and put forth a joint, sustained push for world peace and prosperity.

US should shoulder responsibility to help refugees and restore order

[2015-09-08 09:07]

It is the local people who take the brunt of failed "democratization", instead of enjoying the fruits of the US-led revolutions.

Xi's visit a chance for Obama to make history

[2015-09-08 08:01]

President Xi Jinping's visit offers his counterpart an opportunity to make a course correction in the US' most important foreign relationship.

Cashing in on Facebook perks goes way too far

[2015-09-08 04:19]

The Mecca of new ideas in the eyes of many innovators, Silicon Valley has drawn entrepreneurs from all over who dream of shaking the world up. Some succeed — such as Larry Page and Sergey Brin with Google; Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook; Steve Jobs and Apple.

More Chinese satisfied despite economic slowdown

[2015-09-07 05:30]

News about a Chinese economic slowdown has been all over the place in the past two years, especially in the last few weeks, with the stock and currency markets tumbling.