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11:33, 04-Apr-2020
T-House
T-House – a talent house, a thought house and a tea house. Under the roof, fresh ideas brew and different perspectives converge. We go beyond the news to explain, analyze and comment on events shaping today’s world and reveal a China you have never seen before.
Andrew Bacevich
Tackling global threats require the collaboration of the two powers.
Opinion
09:29, 25-Oct-2020
In the Field
Preserving cultural identity while reviving rural villages is essential.
Opinion
13:11, 18-Oct-2020
Data Speaks
Does the fall really indicate an improving unemployment situation?
Opinion
10:09, 12-Sep-2020

DATA SPEAKS

Data Speaks
The Cold War should remain in the history books. A rerun would have no winners.
Opinion
08:12, 19-Aug-2020
Data Speaks
Trump could undeniably negatively impact the city if he follows through on his threats, but only to a limited extent. It is American businesses and farmers who would suffer the most.
Opinion
08:19, 19-Jun-2020
Data Speaks
Chinese cities are turning to innovation as the engine for growth. China is becoming more than just the manufacturing center of the world. It's growing into a leader of the future.
Opinion
17:08, 27-May-2020
Data Speaks
If the cost-benefit equation works out in the favor of the U.S., companies and manufactures would naturally choose the United States. But until then, medical decoupling might not be such a great idea.
Opinion
10:13, 07-May-2020

THE STARS

Opinion
23:05, 28-Aug-2020
Liu Xin
While the world changes endlessly outside us, if there is anything immutable, it must be laws of nature and the glory of humanity.
Opinion
23:05, 28-Aug-2020
Zou Yue
The COVID crisis is not over. To have a COVID-free world, we need to stay together to develop and deliver vaccines. Let us not be distracted by our political differences, economic interests or ideological divergences. Let us stay focused!
Opinion
18:36, 09-Sep-2020
Wang Guan
An October surprise is more often than not a manufactured media event, a political trick launched by rival campaigns to sway elections. It is meant to be a game-changer but empirical evidence shows that oftentimes it is so deliberately created and intentionally timed, so that voters simply aren't bothered by it very much.
Opinion
12:09, 06-Oct-2020
Robert Lawrence Kuhn
Elected as member of the Human Rights Council again at the 75th United Nations General Assembly, China has made remarkable progress in human rights protection with social inequalities shrinking and people enjoying increased prosperity. Now in the new era, another aspect of human rights starting to blossom in China is data privacy. According to Dr. Kuhn, for the West to understand China, China's achievements in human rights must be understood.
Opinion
09:20, 24-Oct-2020

STRAIGHT TALK

Shaun Rein
The Chinese add so much to U.S. and Australian research capabilities. American tech relies on Chinese students and Chinese nationals to aid AI and deep learning R&D. But current policies only stifle innovation when we should be encouraging cooperation between China and the U.S. to overcome the COVID-19.
Opinion
14:06, 24-Oct-2020
Keith Lamb
Some Western critics worry about China's growing influence on the international system. But a look at permanent members of #UN suggests the West still has overwhelming influence internationally. Moreover, China's influence has grown due to its vision for more development and there is nothing wrong with that.
Opinion
10:48, 24-Oct-2020
In a bizarre sense, former felons released from prison will play a crucial role in determining the fate of Florida.
Opinion
17:05, 19-Oct-2020
CGTN
With Trump having COVID-19, the upcoming Vice-presidential debate bears more significance.
Opinion
22:44, 07-Oct-2020

IN THE FIELD

In the Field
If we really care about how people get out of poverty, this is a detailed blueprint that requires the efforts of the government, entrepreneurs and local people.
Opinion
12:08, 23-May-2020
In the Field
The Chinese government has developed a more holistic model, which continues to be a work in progress and from which other developing countries can learn.
Opinion
12:18, 20-May-2020
In the Field
The cooperative works to link the fragmented land plots, separate farmers and agricultural businesses.
Opinion
16:36, 18-Oct-2019
In the Field
What if there was another, further innovation to cut poverty – harnessing private companies, less government or charity handout and more profit-driven?
Opinion
16:05, 25-Sep-2019
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