Opinion / Zhu Yuan

Zhu Yuan

Zhu Yuan is an editorial writer with China Daily’s opinion department. He writes editorials about social and cultural issues.

Cities can only be made more livable

[2012-11-28 08:00]

Being happy is theoretically opposite to being unhappy.

Eyes of the world on Chinese novels

[2012-11-07 07:52]

The sensation caused by Mo Yan winning the Nobel Prize in literature is one thing, what it means for Chinese literature and the writer himself is another.

Bad behavior and lack of education

[2012-09-06 07:54]

Don't do to others what you would not have them do to you.

The truth about GM rice experiment?

[2012-09-05 07:57]

US scientists have conducted experiment by feeding children in China's Hunan province genetically modified rice known as golden rice.

Code of conduct just a reminder

[2012-08-17 08:11]

The new code of conduct tries to convey the same principle in more mundane ways that suit the times.

The tragedy is wealth polarization

[2012-08-09 08:09]

When Garrett Hardin used "The tragedy of the commons" as a title for his book, he actually talked about the dilemma: When everybody owns something, nobody owns it.

Sportsmanship more important

[2012-08-03 08:10]

The eight doubles players pay for what they did - violated the Olympic spirit by intentionally losing their final group matches after they had already qualified for the knockout round.

Pragmatic approach needed to solve problems

[2012-07-11 08:00]

Ezra F. Vogel describes Deng Xiaoping as a pragmatist in his book Deng Xiaoping and the Transformation of China. Given what the architect of reform and opening-up did for his country, the label is justified.

The real Tibet is not a museum

[2012-06-20 08:06]

The bilingual education in Tibet is the choice that the majority of Tibetans have made because it is in their own interests. Similarly people of other ethnic groups in the country are also keen to learn Putonghua.

Culture branding offers food for thought

[2012-06-13 08:08]

The power of culture is usually soft and intangible, but it can become hard and tangible when it integrates with industry.

More talking would stop the bickering

[2012-05-02 08:08]

The politicians of both countries should look to the future, as China and Japan both need a peaceful environment for development and they both need each other.

Ancient code of conduct still applies

[2012-04-11 08:02]

I was stunned by the report on China's new ethics and morals, published by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.

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