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Letters and Blogs  2007-09-05 07:19:21

Unwelcome tours

Letters and Blogs  2007-09-04 07:12:12

Defective phones

Letters and Blogs  2007-08-31 07:16:16

Control the CPI

Letters and Blogs  2007-08-29 07:12:24

Broad cooperation

Letters and Blogs  2007-08-28 07:15:17

Qixi festival

Letters and Blogs  2007-08-24 07:06:42

Check foreign goods

Letters and Blogs  2007-08-23 07:16:54

Improve service

Letters and Blogs  2007-08-22 07:13:14

Supervision needed

Letters and Blogs  2007-08-21 07:16:57

Risk control

Letters and Blogs  2007-08-17 07:03:46

Asking for trouble

Letters and Blogs  2007-08-16 07:11:41

Caring about quality

Letters and Blogs  2007-08-15 07:19:53

Great Beijing

Letters and Blogs  2007-08-14 06:55:36

It's all about service

Letters and Blogs  2007-08-10 07:13:13

Games celebrations

Letters and Blogs  2007-08-09 07:28:31

More than money

Letters and Blogs  2007-08-08 07:24:04

Happy customer

Letters and Blogs  2007-08-07 07:12:37

GDP frenzy

Letters and Blogs  2007-08-03 07:11:00

Avert mishap

Letters and Blogs  2007-08-02 07:28:06

Sex slaves

Letters and Blogs  2007-08-01 07:04:22

Sex slaves

Letters and Blogs  2007-07-31 07:12:33

Letters and Blogs  2007-07-27 06:45:32

Letters and Blogs  2007-07-26 07:10:12

Letters and Blogs  2007-07-25 07:12:03

Letters and Blogs  2007-07-24 06:58:43

Letters and Blogs  2007-07-20 07:22:49

Letters and Blogs  2007-07-19 07:13:34

Letters and Blogs  2007-07-18 07:04:14

Letters and Blogs  2007-07-17 07:08:45

Letters and Blogs  2007-07-11 07:08:12


Debate: Should US commit to never being the first to use nuclear weapons?

For the first time, the United States has explicitly committed to not using nuclear weapons against a nonnuclear state. Although it is a welcome change in US nuclear strategy, should US go further and follow the example of China to commit itself to never being the first to use nuclear weapons?

From the Readers

Rich second generation can be productive

Lately, China's rich second generation are always criticized as being idle, arrogant and depraved, but with help from their parents and wives, they can become better people.


China revaluation would hurt US jobs

Extensive outsourcing by US industry means that a revaluation of the Chinese yuan sought by many US politicians would destroy US jobs,a study by independent economists and other experts said on Thursday.

China overtakes Germany in wind power