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OPINIONS
Xin Ge
In his speech, President Xi summarized four principles that contribute to the successful cooperation between China and the five Central Asian countries – mutual respect, good-neighborly friendship, solidarity in trying times, and mutual benefit. As good neighbors, partners, friends and brothers, a closer cooperation can be forged for a more prosperous future development in at least the following four facets: economy and trade, public health, regional security and peace, and democracy in international interactions.
Opinion
11:01, 26-Jan-2022
First Voice
If the U.S. acts in a reckless way, China will respond harshly to jolt the U.S. out of its delusion.
Opinion
16:23, 26-Jan-2022
Zhang Hanhui
The 2022 Beijing Olympics is in the final countdown. Equally expected is a renewal of the success, amazement and excitement of the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
Opinion
09:53, 26-Jan-2022
16:17, 25-Sep-2020

COLUMNISTS

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Andrew Korybko
Chinese President Xi Jinping's remarks greatly contribute to building a community with a shared future for mankind, which is to everyone's benefit.
Opinion
09:53, 26-Jan-2022
Bobby Naderi
There is almost no way to overemphasize how national dialogue and reconciliation could eventually free Syrians from the cycle of violence that the U.S. military has produced.
Opinion
15:37, 26-Jan-2022
Azhar Azam
Since Washington's push to rally alliances is geared toward stoking tensions by seeking support for a vague framework, not many countries are able to back the initiative that does little to bolster trade and concentrates profoundly on disturbing the regional growth-peace equation.
Opinion
07:42, 25-Jan-2022
William Jones
Almost every country in the West is now confronted with reestablishing an effective working relationship with their own populations as they attempt to overcome the COVID-19 crisis.
Opinion
17:32, 26-Jan-2022
Bobby Naderi
For any agreement between the Taliban and the West to work, and for aid and assistance to reach the Afghan people, such diplomacy and cooperation must end in effective commitments.
Opinion
14:35, 25-Jan-2022
Liu Yin
Curling is the love of my life to which I've dedicated my best years. I've retired and become a coach now, but as one of the first-generation curlers, I've never been far away from the rink, nor have I ever let go of my dreams and belief.
Perspective
07:55, 25-Jan-2022
WATCH
Take Note
"If you do not want the water to boil, so why would you throw wood into the fire?"
Opinion
08:13, 20-Jan-2022
Straight Talk
Athletes have been training hard for years for Beijing 2022 Olympics. There will be wins and losses on the field, but the only loser will be U.S. and whatever meager credibility it has left.
Opinion
16:49, 05-Jan-2022

LETTERS

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16:17, 25-Sep-2020
Ondiek Andrew
Changing our cities to be futurists is an admirable goal, but it requires a pull of resources, sustained effort, commitment and positive willpower.
Letters
15:57, 01-Nov-2021
Jonathon Lenett
Letters
15:20, 22-Oct-2021
Michael A. Mehari
As the Chinese middle class continues to grow, the search for better education opportunities will continue to intensify and there will not be a shortage in options. But making careful and informed choices will be key for their children's long-term success.
Letters
13:15, 05-Aug-2021
Leon Hady
To cast our net wider of teachers, including to non-graduates and make those courses free, is a feasible option for the teacher crisis.
Letters
18:43, 30-Jul-2021
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