Chinese Views


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 ...

November 20, 2017, Monday


‘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 ...

November 17, 2017, Friday


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 ...

November 15, 2017, Wednesday


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 ...

November 14, 2017, Tuesday


India becomes world’s top sulphur dioxide emitter

INDIA is overtaking China as the world’s largest emitter of human-caused sulphur dioxide (SO2), a toxic air pollutant that causes haze and acid rain, a new study based on satellite data showed last week. Emissions ...

November 13, 2017, Monday


Take time out to think about life

JUST a few days after I came back from Tibet recently, I came across “Paths of the Soul,” a movie about the famous pilgrimage to Mount Kang Rinpoche in Tibet playing in cinemas. Kang Rinpoche is one ...

November 10, 2017, Friday


Critical study sheds new light on affinities between Confucian and Western ideas

EDITOR’S note: The article is based on the author’s recent speech in the United States. Confucius is commonly regarded as the greatest sage and Confucius’s Analects is commonly seen as the “Bible” in ...

November 9, 2017, Thursday


Giving fresh paint to industrial legacy should be encouraged as they may not be built again

THE imposing complex of silos near Minsheng Road Wharf is a familiar sight for passers-by. Viewed from afar, the complex looks like dozens of gigantically tall concrete cylinders bound together and topped ...

November 8, 2017, Wednesday


Chinese, Latin American media poised to promote understanding as ties deepen

“A bosom friend afar brings distance near,” goes a Chinese proverb. It perfectly captures the dynamics of China’s relationship with Latin America. Although they are geographically far apart, their strategic ...

November 3, 2017, Friday


China’s Rainbowfish opening new frontiers: 11,000m down

HOUSED in a five-story building in the high-tech park at the Shanghai Ocean University in Nanhui New Town, Pudong, Rainbowfish Ocean Technology Co. Ltd is not so accessible. The nearby pavements are ...

October 27, 2017, Friday




 

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