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Two Sessions set course for new journey
China's Two Sessions of this year are particularly important as the country will start its new development blueprint for the next five years and beyond.
Contrary to Western hysteria, China's vaccinations are gathering pace
Reports from some Western media have tried to discredit China's vaccination drive. However, China is now on track to vaccinate over 500 million people by the summer, having opted to first support nations put to the "back of the queue" by the West.
US-China reset is possible, but no easy task
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi called for a "reset" in U.S.-China relations in a recent speech. However, political circumstances in Washington ultimately mean that such a move will require both time and effort.
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Observer: Improving Hong Kong's electoral system important for developing high-quality democracy

By Shen Du

​The fourth session of the 13th National People's Congress (NPC) opened in Beijing on Friday. Wang Chen, vice chairman of the Standing Committee of NPC, explained a draft decision on improving the electoral system of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region at the opening meeting of the session.

The digital economy boom keeps momentum

By Ma Xiangdong

The digital economy has showed it can provide an impelling cause for globalization in the long run by taking on a key role in supporting epidemic prevention and control while ensuring industrial and social activities.

Decarbonizing China's transportation sector

By Liu Daizong

A zero-emission path for road transport and related pilot work will not only drive green growth in the post-pandemic era, but also promote the progress of China's carbon neutral goal.

China's green financial development is expected to be a huge magnet for foreign investors

By Lan Xinzhen

China's green loans and green bonds are already popular among the rest of the world, demonstrating the Chinese market's enthusiasm for embracing green development.

Preventing a return to poverty is China's next big challenge

By Thomas Scott-Bell

Rural revitalization is designed to ensure the work of the last forty-years is not undone, and to close the gap between communities like Yun's and those in urban areas.

Improving Hong Kong's electoral system legitimate, necessary and imperative

The best electoral system for Hong Kong is the one that suits its conditions and helps safeguard national security and maintain Hong Kong's long-term prosperity and stability.


China gives new boost to 17+1 Initiative

By George N. Tzogopoulos

During the recent online China-CEEC Summit, China outlined a series of principles which will deliver benefits to all the nations participating in the 17+1 Initiative through openness and inclusiveness.

Does the GameStop saga represent populism in US?

By Mitchell Blatt

The GameStop controversy has been framed into a populist narrative of the "little guy" taking on Wall Street, but the reality is much more complex.

Multilateralism key to tackling global challenges

By Sajjad Malik

Multilateralism, which China consistently safeguards, is the key to solving the global challenges highlighted at the World Economic Forum Virtual Event of the Davos Agenda last week.

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