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US universities alarm at declining Chinese graduate enrollments
Significant improvements in the Chinese higher education sphere and a tightening job market have reduced the overseas graduate premium.
China's global role needed now more than ever
Washington's One China reality check opens the way for stronger cooperation in a new and darker global order.
Are you ready to pay to read WeChat articles?
The pay-to-read mechanism will put the reading choice to the market, which means readers can choose whatever they want.
Japan's new teaching guidelines damaging for future generations
Japan's move to issue new curriculum guidelines to distort facts is further evidence of Japan's continued efforts to whitewash history.
Time for Apple to fulfill social responsibility
For smartphone makers, the competition to fulfill their social responsibility is likely to pave the way for their long-term success.
China and India can work together to curb air pollution
China and India should work together, despite their differences.
The return of Wang Qi to enhance Sino-Indian ties
No one can really fathom the suffering of separation unless they go through it. His tearful story could be an amazing movie or novel tinged with sadness.
Sino-US relations remain on solid footing despite Trump's foreign policy posture
China and the US need each other as much as — perhaps even more than — they did before the reestablishment of diplomatic ties in 1979.
GDP growth is vital for China, so is better welfare for people
China needs to make its income distribution more balanced and equitable to allow its people to benefit more from its long-term stable growth.
Aging population is a solvable problem
There is still much work to be done, reform of the pension and healthcare systems, and State-owned enterprises and productivity improvements are going on.
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