Debora MacKenzie：Trade-off between death and wealth disproved by China's COVID measures
Is Omicron a big flu? What are the facts behind the “living with COVID” slogan? If we could lift control measures? GDToday tries to shed light into these question through the exclusive interview with Debora MacKenzie.
Democracy Summit, Talk Fest or Echo-Chamber?
Today, President Biden opens his Democracy Summit and that means it’s a timely point to consider what he’s doing, why he’s doing it and what he could do that might be more constructive rather than destructive to world peace and harmony.
What makes America the largest prison in the world?
From 1980s to now, the U.S has seen a huge boom of prison development across the nation, but no one feels safer.
7 shootings in 7 days, why can't America solve its gun problem?
Since the Atlanta shooting on March 16, 2021, there have been several shootings in the United States. The discussion surrounding the crime is not limited to racial discrimination, and the debate on gu
Why are US and UK workers unhappy?
As workers in fast food outlets throughout America strike to achieve a minimum wage of $15:00 (105rmb) an hour I thought it would be good to look at the situation in the “developed world” and compare
Harmony and stability are in HK people’s best interests
Social harmony and stability have been crucial to sustaining social development and economic vitality in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR), and is also within the fundamental interes
Foreign firms "fleeing China" prove a false picture
For those that constantly paint a picture of foreign firms pulling out of China, it is time to face an inconvenient truth. China was the largest recipient of foreign direct investment (FDI) in the fir
Invest in Africa needs long-term preparation: President of the DD Brother Group
“In recent years, many Guangdong enterprises and businessmen have flocked to Africa, and their investment fields are increasingly diversified."
Tracy Huo: spending a decade bringing Africa & Guangdong closer
“With the geographical advantages, products of Guangdong companies made in Africa is expected to reach Europe and other parts of the world,” after 10 years of living and working in Africa, Tracy Huo h
Is Guangzhou ready for its garbage regulation?
Guangzhou, capital of South China's Guangdong province, will implement a household garbage sorting regulation from July 1. Xinkuai Daily commented on Thursday: