Wang Yong

Opinion Managing Editor
Premier's remarks point to personal stories behind economic data - China Opinion
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Premier's remarks point to personal stories behind economic data

Tackling China's unemployment challenges requires concrete actions which directly benefit those facing hard times.
No target for economic growth, with focus on fundamentals - China Opinion
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No target for economic growth, with focus on fundamentals

In a rare move, China has not set a target for its economic growth rate this year, instead will focus on stabilizing employment and safeguarding livelihoods.
Proposed civil code crucial for protection of people's rights in their quest for better life - China Opinion
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Proposed civil code crucial for protection of people's rights in their quest for better life

Dubbed "the basic law of a market economy" and "an encyclopedia of social life," the civil code, once being implemented, will better protect people's rights, experts said.
Student's prompt testing an inspiring example of self-discipline - China Opinion
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Student's prompt testing an inspiring example of self-discipline

A college student returning to Shanghai from Hubei Province lost no time in seeking coronavirus testing. His actions may have saved many others from exposure to contagion. 
Building an eco-friendly city to better protect humans against viruses - China Opinion
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Building an eco-friendly city to better protect humans against viruses

"Big cities or city clusters make up the economic-social-geographical unit most vulnerable to conflicts between man and nature," he noted. 
Serving different dishes helps stifle spread of diseases - China Opinion
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Serving different dishes helps stifle spread of diseases

Using one's own chopsticks tends to transfer the bacteria from one's mouth and nose to the dishes and thus spread bacteria across different dishes.
Dark-sky proposal calls for reduced light pollution - China Opinion
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Dark-sky proposal calls for reduced light pollution

"A starry night is human beings' precious heritage," said the foundation in an article posted over the weekend. "A beautiful China needs a beautiful starry night."
Survey finds nation more connected by Internet - China Opinion
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Survey finds nation more connected by Internet

Internet has penetrated 64.5 percent of the country's population, up from 45.8 percent in 2013.
Good habits more than cures for epidemic - China Opinion
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Good habits more than cures for epidemic

The epidemic has taught us to observe social distancing, and many people have learnt and practiced it well. 
Cultivating communal spirit through shared readings - China Opinion
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Cultivating communal spirit through shared readings

These counts, often carried to two decimal places, do offer a glimpse into our changing modes of reading, but beg the more important question about the kind of books being read.
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