'Four new inventions' we should be proud of
President Xi Jinping has been reiterating the importance of innovation in economic development, and recent media reports have highlighted the "four new great inventions" of modern China－high-speed railway, Alipay, shared bicycles and online shopping.
Why more Chinese embrace globalization
During the past one or two decades, the view towards globalization among Chinese has transformed remarkably, as people who cast doubts and skepticism to the global tendency begin to be convinced that the country should definitely be involved in the process, if not, leading it.
A decade with iPhone: Thoughts on its impact
The Apple iPhone celebrated its 10th Anniversary a few weeks ago. The impact of the revolutionary iPhone was substantial.
China handles Hong Kong issue well: expert
A South African expert said that China has handled the Hong Kong issue well and enabled stability and development over the past 20 years.
How do officials, experts view Xi's upcoming visit to Russia?
Chinese President Xi Jinping's upcoming visit to Russia is expected to inject fresh driving force into China-Russia relations and further deepen political mutual trust between the two countries.
China's science and technology sector on the rise: expert
China's science and technology sector has been surging forward rapidly over the past decade, according to a leading Australian scientist.
Expert lauds China's globalization role
The world can expect much from China's continuing championing of economic globalization, according to Jon Taylor, a China scholar and professor at the University of St. Thomas in Houston, Texas.
Lotte's development in China should come to an end
The board of South Korea's Lotte Group on Monday approved a land-swap agreement between its golf course in the Seongju County, where the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) anti-missile system is set to be deployed, and a state-owned military site in Gyeonggi Province near Seoul.
UK has to shift focus away from EU to China
After months of havering, Prime Minister Theresa May recently announced that the United Kingdom plans to make a clean break from the European Union and not opt for "anything that leaves us half-in, half-out".
South China Sea not a problem between China, ASEAN: FM spokesman
China said on Tuesday that the South China Sea issue never has been and will not become a problem between China and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).