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EDITORS' PICK CIIE 2019
Naming and shaming: No to U.S. legislative bullying
It is not new for the U.S. to use its domestic laws as a potent weapon against a rival country.
Opinion
14:06, 20-Nov-2019
Huawei VP: U.S. runs risk of tech isolation
Given what happened in the past year or so, we've been increasingly using our backup plan to build independence and we diffuse our value chain and supply chain to move away unfortunately from U.S. suppliers. So we'll continue to do that.
Analysis
13:28, 20-Nov-2019
Reporter's Diary: Is violence deluding a desire for better life?
"An eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth." While it may sound like seeking justice, in a lawful society, the ancient saying does not always uphold the truth. After several rounds of negotiations, some 600 of those who occupied the Polytechnic University of Hong Kong (PolyU), resisting police with violent means, left the university campus Tuesday morning – one third of them under the age of 18.
China
19:03, 19-Nov-2019
Election at-a-glance: Greens set out their plans
A round up of the main headlines, photographs and videos from the UK election.
Europe
03:14, 20-Nov-2019
Fossil fuel extraction set to dig a 'deep hole' in climate pledge
There is a wide gap between fossil fuel production and pledge made during the Paris Climate Change Agreement to limit global temperature rise to 2 degrees Celsius, says the report.
Environment
14:14, 20-Nov-2019
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Hong Kong
Today's Hong Kong is becoming a site of riots, marked by severe violence against the police, continued paralysis of public facilities and disruptions to everyday life. The turmoil is dealing a heavy blow to the city's pillar sectors. HK residents are at a crossroads: either they denounce violence and restore the rule of law for a rosy future or they yield to violence of the troublemakers whose agenda is to hijack HK for their political gains. It's high time people in HK made a choice.
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China-U.S. trade tensions
The China-U.S. trade ties have been on a rollercoaster since March 23, 2018, when Washington steered the wheel down a slippery slope. It's been a bumpy ride since, with ups and downs in their bilateral relations. After 13 rounds of high-level negotiations, coupled with other coordination mechanisms, everyone is on the edge of their seats waiting for a glimmer of hope. China and the U.S. need to find ways to work together for their own benefit as well as that of the global economy.
Chinese Vice Premier Liu He, a member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and chief of the Chinese side of the China-U.S. comprehensive economic dialogue, discussed trade issues with U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin during a phone call on Saturday.
Economy
09:07, 17-Nov-2019
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Rare look into Xinjiang
On China's western frontier, legends shimmer in towns once vital to the ancient Silk Road. From the Taklamakan to the Pamirs, locals tell us stories in a region of unprecedented change. Four thousand kilometers east, a growing number of Uygurs are making their way in Beijing. They are at a crossroads between preserving their heritage and rectifying stereotypes. Follow us to see how Uygurs are faring in their remote hometowns as well as the bustling metropolis.
The road to success is tough, but they are sticking to their dreams. "In 2012, I arrived in Beijing after a 40-hour train trip. Facing the bustle and hustle, my tears came running down. Now that I've come here, I must hang on," said Xirzat.
Feature
08:13, 10-Nov-2019
I traveled to southern Xinjiang twice this summer, but I would like to learn more about the region's diverse cultures and the people whose lives are so far yet so close to those from the rest of China.
Feature
16:03, 31-Oct-2019
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Economy
11:19, 20-Nov-2019