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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.
Zou Yue
There is an identity that can unite China and U.S.: be a reformer.
Opinion
21:08, 29-Jul-2020
Timothy Kerswell
Postponing the election would have little international impact. The U.S. and its allies have already taken most of the actions that they're capable of in response to the national security law for the HKSAR, that isn't much else they can do.  
Opinion
08:29, 04-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

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
Data Speaks
The Trump administration has sought to contain the virus and revive the economy. But the simple fact is: its performance has been far from satisfactory to the Americans bearing the brunt of the crisis.
Opinion
20:37, 29-Apr-2020
Data Speaks
Tourism has been laid low by the coronavirus pandemic, with predictions that the mortality rate of businesses in the sector will be greater than the disease itself.
Opinion
07:42, 21-Apr-2020

THE STARS

CGTN's Zou Yue
For the sake of the entire industry and people who need new technology, it is wise to know how to follow and how to lead rather than to drag the feet of the leader, because that could hurt everyone.
Opinion
10:35, 20-Jul-2020
Robert Lawrence Kuhn
In its 93rd year, two sides of the same PLA coin.
Opinion
12:51, 01-Aug-2020

STRAIGHT TALK

Timothy Kerswell
The idea that the government wants to deprive the residents of the right to vote is nothing more than a conspiracy theory.
Opinion
08:19, 03-Aug-2020
Johannes Drooghaag
UK's ban on Huawei is a short-term decision to please the United States. It will set the UK back in the rollout for 5G which is seen as critical for innovation for five years.
Opinion
07:49, 31-Jul-2020
Alfred de Zayas
There's great interest in maintaining the U.S. system as it currently is.
Opinion
08:12, 29-Jul-2020
Johannes Drooghaag
By targeting Huawei and putting the focus on Huawei for all their partners in the European Union and around the world, Donald Trump is trying to downsize the economic strength of Huawei, and by that, harming China. And that's the reason countries around the world now suddenly look at Huawei as a threat.
Opinion
07:50, 28-Jul-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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