Commentary: Strict party governance to foster reform, help maintain growth
Strict governance of the Communist Party of China (CPC), which will strengthen the ruling party's ability in State governance, will help China foster its comprehensive reform, maintain its economic growth and bring benefits to the world.
Commentary: CPC meeting on strict Party governance part of overall strategy
With every passing meeting of the 18th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC), a chart of China's future, designed by the nation's top leaders, unfolds.
Commentary: CPC unity with Xi as "core" vitally important
A key meeting of the Communist Party of China (CPC) has called on all its members to "closely unite around the CPC Central Committee with Comrade Xi Jinping as the core."
Understand differences, focus on common interests, Kissinger's advice still relevant to China-US relations
Getting the China-U.S. relationship right is the key element for world peace, but a big question mark hangs over the world’s most important bilateral relationship. At this year's China Town Hall, sponsored by the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations, former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger provided Americans and Chinese throughout the U.S. and in China an opportunity to learn about and reflect on the China-U.S. relationship. With U.S. democracy in chaos and tensions between China and the U.S. rising, his comments could not have been timelier.
China not global economic governance game rules changer, improver instead: scholars
China is not seeking to change the rules of the game, known as global economic governance, but is striving to improve the current, outdated system, scholars pointed out.
Snowden deserves not only pardon, but also the Nobel Peace Prize
In the weeks before Chinese President Xi Jinping and US President Barack Obama met at the Sunny-lands resort in California in June 2013, the US administration had spared little effort in portraying China as a villain in cyberspace.
Commentary: Some foreign media disgraced repeatedly on Wukan issue
“83-year-old woman shot to death amid protests in Wukan village”, “police fired at villagers”, “Wukan police beat up five Hong Kong journalists” ... Once such like reports are released, some oversea media will be bustling for quite a while. However, Wukan villagers always laugh it off.
G20 summit displays China's ability in chairing global governance forum
Shada Islam, director of policy at the Brussels-based think tank Friends of Europe, recently told Xinhua that the upcoming G20 summit in Hangzhou offers China a unique opportunity to showcase its skills as chair of the world's prime global governance forum.
What China's GDP numbers don't tell us
Anxiously, the world held its collective breath when China announced its 2016 second quarter GDP growth rate, and then collectively exhaled with great relief when it was again 6.7 percent, the same as in the first quarter.
Time for ROK to review the THAAD decision
It is worrisome that the Republic of Korea has agreed to deploy the US' Terminal High-Altitude Area Defense system on its soil despite the opposition from China and Russia. If the ROK ignores its neighbors' concerns and implements its agreement with the United States, what would be the consequences?