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CGTN's Liu Xin
Some Western media has intentionally ignored China's efforts to regulate data collection. They have opened fire on the Chinese government with false accusations and cast aspersions on how China will use these technological developments.
Opinion
21:45, 06-Dec-2019
Huang Jiyuan
Western media coverage of the latest Huawei controversy has mixed the issue with the national symbol the company holds, one needs to see the difference between the two and remain objective while reporting on such matters.
Opinion
08:24, 06-Dec-2019
Zhao Yuanzhen
The whole debate around "to use this technology or not" might have missed the point.
Opinion
21:36, 06-Dec-2019
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Rachana Gupta
The Cop is an arm of the United Nations, which is responsible for implementing the Paris agreement and UNFCCC.
Opinion
14:48, 05-Dec-2019
Tom Fowdy
Western narrative on Xinjiang is an opportunistic excuse for carrying out the own self-appointed duty of being the guardian of the people.
Opinion
08:18, 06-Dec-2019
Thom Brooks
NATO summit will cough up a few, if any, surprises as its members remain divided – and their alleged opponents make further progress.
Opinion
07:57, 04-Dec-2019
Chris Hawke
Tensions between clicks and social responsibility is a key issue today. Balancing the different approaches will determine prospects of a media outlet.
Opinion
16:46, 04-Dec-2019
Opinion
11:09, 04-Dec-2019
Djavad Salehi-Isfahani
The international community should take a more nuanced approach, guiding Iran toward greater openness rather than attempting to beat it into submission.
Opinion
11:09, 04-Dec-2019
Opinion
10:19, 05-Dec-2019
Mike Cormack
The media is no longer seen as a disinterested, neutral conveyor of information but a partisan player in the process.
Opinion
10:19, 05-Dec-2019
WATCH
CGTN
The Uygur Bill claims that China is repressive, infringing on the traditions of Uygurs and denying them civil and political rights, but the fact proves that none of these accusations is true.
Opinion
17:06, 04-Dec-2019
CGTN's Liu Xin
The so-called Uygur Act of 2019, which disregards the Chinese government's efforts as counter-terrorism, is seriously misleading and hypocritical.
Opinion
23:09, 05-Dec-2019
Lawrence Ma
It is about how to use the Hong Kong issue a means to attack the Chinese mainland's policies and the central government.
Opinion
16:13, 29-Nov-2019
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