Section feed »

All Opinion Articles

More News


London school keen on China experience

London school keen on China experience

THE economic slowdown and media brouhaha surrounding it seem to have done little to undermine China’s appeal to Westerners as a “land of opportunity.” A particularly telling illustration is the legion ...

Ni Tao | November 20, 2017, Monday


Debunking the myth of a ‘country for white people’

Debunking the myth of a ‘country for white people’

RECENTLY there was an interview with one of the “white nationalist” spokespersons in the United States. That person emphasized that “most of us are not racist, but we just want our own country, a place ...

Greg Cusack | November 20, 2017, Monday


‘Battlefield’ lays bare the truth: Victory can also feel like defeat

‘Battlefield’ lays bare the truth: Victory can also feel like defeat

FOUR actors and a drummer with bare minimum stage setting — there is probably no other economical drama for presenting the world’s oldest and longest epic poem, the Mahabharata, to a modern audience than ...

Wang Yong | November 17, 2017, Friday


New Sino-US globalization opportunity

New Sino-US globalization opportunity

WHILE the United States’ postwar policies in Asia are shifting, a new Sino-US historical opportunity has emerged. US and Chinese visions of globalization could prove complementary. Since the mid-2010s, ...

Dan Steinbock | November 17, 2017, Friday


When leaders support dirty investments

When leaders support dirty investments

SOLUTIONS to the climate crisis are often associated with big conferences, and the ongoing United Nations climate talks in Bonn, Germany, will no doubt bring many “answers.” The talks should focus on ...

Nathalie Bernasconi-Osterwalder and Jörg Haas | November 16, 2017, Thursday


Philanthropy gains importance in tackling problems

Philanthropy gains importance in tackling problems

LEADERS around the world are confronted with major challenges, many of which seem too big to be resolved by one single stakeholder alone. The fourth industrial revolution is disrupting the way we live ...

Peter Vogel | November 16, 2017, Thursday


Creating incentives for ecological protection

Creating incentives for ecological protection

AMID frenzied online shopping and euphoria over astronomical sales over the weekend, there was a piece of thought-provoking news that took me somewhere far from the madding crowd — to Xinjiang. It concerned ...

Wan Lixin | November 15, 2017, Wednesday


Sounding the alarm on the loss of biodiversity

Sounding the alarm on the loss of biodiversity

WITH the United Nations’ climate change conference underway in Bonn, Germany, rising global temperatures are once again at the top of the world’s agenda. But why care about the increase in temperature, ...

Robert Watson | November 15, 2017, Wednesday


Sounding the alarm on the loss of biodiversity

Sounding the alarm on the loss of biodiversity

WITH the United Nations’ climate change conference underway in Bonn, Germany, rising global temperatures are once again at the top of the world’s agenda. But why care about the increase in temperature, ...

Robert Watson | November 15, 2017, Wednesday


Memorial’s message: Youth can live up to idealism of their revolutionary forerunners

Memorial’s message: Youth can live up to idealism of their revolutionary forerunners

DURING a recent visit to the Site of the First National Congress of the Communist Party of China in Shanghai, I read an article entitled “The Bitter Sea Engulfing Chinese Youth.” The article, authored ...

Ni Tao | November 14, 2017, Tuesday




 

Copyright © 1999- Shanghai Daily. All rights reserved.Preferably viewed with Internet Explorer 8 or newer browsers.

沪公网安备 31010602000204号