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China's journey to success will continue
China is entering another year of eye-catching progress. There is no guarantee the seas will be smooth, but the navigation is sure.
Time for action
UN member states have committed to a decade of action to deliver the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030. There is no time for delay.
The Middle East conundrum
The current turmoil in the Middle East reflects the thinking of former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, and American-Iranian relations remain one of the most significant problems in the region.
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Launch of satellite phones signal for new high-tech era

By Wang Yiqing

The launch of the Tiantong System and first self-made satellite phone shows the rapid progress China has made in the field of advanced technology as well as its spirit of innovation.

AI face-recognition technology helps reunite lost families

By Wang Yiqing

Domestic internet giant Baidu recently announced that its Baidu Artificial Intelligence People Searching program successfully reunited more than 10,000 lost people with their families over the past three years.

Nepal-China tourism cooperation expected to flourish

By Ritu Raj Subedi

As the "Visit Nepal 2020" campaign kicked off at the beginning of the new year, there is high anticipation for an influx of Chinese tourists to Nepal.

Continued opening-up at 'Shanghai speed'

By He Shuquan

Shanghai's new scheme to improve its business environment shows the Chinese city's commitment to building a first-class international business environment, which other major Chinese cities are starting to emulate.

AI too entitled to copyright

By Zhang Zhouxiang

Artificial intelligence has long been reported as being able to compose poems and write articles like humans. So, is AI's "literary" output protected by the copyright law?

Lessons from Australian bushfire cost 480 million animal lives

By Zhang Zhouxiang

What's happening in Australia should send a warning to all countries. Dry weathers that trigger bushfires could affect one and all. It's time people prepared for bigger disasters.

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Australian bushfires should be a global concern

By Sajjad Malik

With Australia's massive bushfires impacting places as far as South America, the problem has become truly global and urgent measures are needed to tackle the long term fallout of this environmental disaster.

The Middle East conundrum

By George N. Tzogopoulos

The current turmoil in the Middle East reflects the thinking of former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, and American-Iranian relations remain one of the most significant problems in the region.

Iran, Iraq and the American-created vortex

By Heiko Khoo

President Donald Trump's determination to place American interests above those of other nations is sucking the world into a dangerous vortex.

 
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