It is sincerely hoped that some Westerners stop using their double standards on China, and stop further staining the Nobel Peace Prize, which should have been entirely independent of politics.
The key to making America great again is to boost the country's competitiveness and innovation, rather than slapping “hegemonic tariffs.”
Over the years, the ancient Chinese tradition and China's current governance system still have similarities. The tradition of selecting the good and the capable for public services has not changed.
We won't force other countries to follow the footsteps of China, although what we are doing has something in common with what Americans hope for. If Washington really cares about its people's safety, it should find a more feasible way of counter-terrorism. China's measures can be a good reference.
In China-Australia ties, Canberra is the one that has always been anxious, while Beijing has been calm and has the capacity to be so. Australia needs to spend more efforts to win back the trust from the Chinese people as well as promoting the ease of China-Australia relations. Preventing troublemakers like Dutton is a challenge Australia is confronting.
Instead of criticizing China with such double standards, their deep reflection should be focused on how to bring these young people back to reality and back to normalcy.
Some observers say Beijing and New Delhi “never miss an opportunity to miss an opportunity.” This might be exaggerated but makes sense. Only when the two overcome their disagreements and start sincere collaboration can they send encouraging messages over the arrival of a real Asian century.
Our world is diverse. China and other countries will not act according to the US attitude. Such an era has already passed. The US should try to understand China and coordinate with China. This is not catering to China, but an inevitable choice for different countries' common development.
To prevent disinformation from misleading more people, and, in particular, to fight foreign smear tactics against the Chinese mainland and Hong Kong, the SAR government should increase its efforts to crack down on hostile information and impose heavy penalties on people who deliberately spread falsehoods. Fake news should not be allowed to affect the society.
Hong Kong has its own rules, which both the government and the citizens should abide by. Whoever breaks laws ought to be punished. Hong Kong is not and will never be allowed to become like Iraq.
Military muscle is not a bad thing. The key is how to use such muscle. After seven decades, it is time for China to show some muscle to the world. China's strength is a reliable guarantee of national unity and world peace. It is also a solid foundation to act against any force that tries to sabotage regional peace and development. China has always pursued a defensive national defense policy, and the 70 years of peaceful rise is China's greatest contribution to the development of mankind.
Helping small and medium-sized companies develop is an important part of Trump's aim of making America great again. It is impossible for the US to be “great again” if it cuts off the supply chain of China.
If Washington continues to focus on political struggles rather than solving practical problems, if political chaos becomes normal, it may lose the attention and confidence of the world.
If the US refuses to join the trend of globalization, so be it. The rest of the world can just cooperate and move forward toward a more unified world where countries care about sustainable development and each other's common interests.
China's sound development has been a sign to Westerners not to judge China through tinted spectacles. China is not secluded from the world but develops in its own way to integrate with the world and even lead the world in some fields.
Contradictory policies can solve neither domestic nor diplomatic problems. It is hoped that New Delhi will adopt effective measures, rather than relying on national sentiments, to deal with its issues and get along with China.
Non-interference in each other's internal affairs is a basic principle of international law. If every country turns its back on it, how chaotic will the world become?
US hegemony has shown the world how selfish and hypocritical it can be, and this is exactly why the superpower is likely to suffer a decline.