In promoting multipolarity and economic globalization, China-India relations remain promising.
The East Asian power's educational outcomes and national competitiveness are booming, which nobody can take away.
As most countries pursue stability and development, they will join hands to rebuild the world order. It will take a long time to shape a new order, which will certainly be different from the US-dominated one. If the US doesn't stop harming the world and join rulemaking, some other countries will make the rules.
The development of new technology is unstoppable. Instead of accusing China of putting so-called electronic anklets on Chinese people, Western media should see that China has been exploring the boundaries of the rules of new technology. Such exploration can also be a reference for other countries. Some Western countries should not ignore or even blacken China's efforts.
No force should ponder the idea of undermining China's sovereignty over Hong Kong. The path is a dead end.
The US has been adopting a double standard on human rights. It acts like a clown that swings human rights as a stick to beat other countries, repeatedly revealing its ill-intentioned political motive.
China and the US have the common need to deal with climate change. The two countries now have different understandings of their responsibilities, but the Trump administration still should understand that when facing extreme weather, cooperation is the only way out. This is not only for the sake of the American people, but more importantly, for the future of mankind.
When facing the US government's words and deeds, China and Europe must jointly maintain the free and open global investment environment to deal with the challenges.
The proposal might indeed be a “start,” as Whiton hopes, but one of disasters. Cruz and his colleagues had better ask if the Pentagon is well prepared.
As the unrest escalates in Hong Kong, they have completely removed their academic veneer and showed their true anti-China intentions. We have become clearer about what they are really up to. But as it had happened several times in the past, their evil intentions will eventually collapse amid China's steady pace forward.
Deutsche Telekom's move is against the rules of the market economy. If German companies set political standards and ban Huawei for political reasons, China will not sit idly and ignore it.
CNN ignored that the Chinese government has long before noticed the concerns of its people. The key is not about public pressure, but about how exactly to respond to it.
The best way to improve human rights there is to continue the current governance, and not be influenced by Western criticisms that are full of arrogance, prejudice and lies.
Just like the rioters, the judges and lawyers who absolve rioters of their crimes will be despised.
The educational environment for young Hongkongers needs urgent reforms. It is not only about their concept of history, but more importantly, about the real meaning of democracy.
More foreign enterprises are welcome to enter the cotton business in Xinjiang and contribute to the region's human rights development.
Cruz knows hardly anything about Cuba except his father's story, not to mention knowing nothing about what China is really like. But he won't even try to know China because labeling himself as anti-China and strengthening his hawkish stance is enough for him to advance as a US politician.
When Stoltenberg made clear statements aimed at China, he should know that as the head of a military organization, military hostility can easily be sensed. NATO members should be well aware.