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​What is the racist 'replacement theory' that caused another US mass shooting?
Following another racially-motivated mass shooting in the U.S., the spotlight is once again on a right-wing conspiracist theory that prophesizes the end of the white race.
​US 'right to bear arms' ends with tragedy yet again
​Following the death of 10 people in a racially motivated shooting last week, America once again struggles to comprehend what the Second Amendment and the right to bear arms should mean in the 21st century.
US abortion controversy a real test of its Constitution
The renewed tensions over the right to abortion come at a time when American politics is increasingly polarized.
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China-Brazil relationship: Steady does it

By Lan Xinzhen

China and Brazil have maintained a relatively steady relationship since establishing diplomatic ties in 1974. Almost five decades of frequent high-level exchanges and broadened cooperation prove the two countries can overcome any ideological or political differences to reach equally helpful results.

A new stage for vocational education

By Xie Bo

China's newly revised Vocational Education Law took effect on May 1 in the hope of promoting high-quality development of the country's vocational education sector.

Common good calls for closer China-Philippines ties

​Ferdinand Marcos Jr.'s victory in the Philippine presidential election is expected to ensure the continuity of an independent Philippine foreign policy conducive to Philippines-China friendship and cooperation.

Chinese studies in the UK require more support

By Kerry Brown

If we want a better future, the best place to start will be the better understanding of our own past.

Hong Kong makes new strides in democracy

China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region has made new strides in developing democracy suited to its own realities.

Call of duty: Misfire?

By Liang Xiao

Against the current social backdrop of increasingly polarized American politics and intensified racial conflict, gun ownership has done far more harm than good.


US abortion controversy a real test of its Constitution

By Tom Fowdy

The renewed tensions over the right to abortion come at a time when American politics is increasingly polarized.

Another 5 years for Emmanuel Macron

By George N. Tzogopoulos

While Emmanuel Macron secured his second term as French president, French society continues to demonstrate signs of economic and labor division that will need his full attention over the next five years.

US removes all pretense of pandemic control

By Mitchell Blatt

With a government that refuses to take responsibility and a legal system that stifles public health measures, there is nowhere to turn for Americans who want to remain safe in a pandemic.

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Post-00s storm photographer Liu Yijing: An inspiring dream chaser

Recently, a young storm chaser has caught public attention in China. His name is Liu Yijing, a post-00s storm photographer.