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World needs more globalization, not less
Globalization arrives at a crossroad with a series of "black swan" events in Western countries in 2016.
Shanghai's waters improved through official efforts, but further work remains
Shanghai's fight against water pollution is unique and innovative in many ways.
China starting to write the 21st century narrative
The underpinnings of a Pax Sinica are being crafted. In the 21st century, the world expects a strong and whole narrative from China.
Digital finance catalyst for greener global economy
Digital finance is already the lifeblood of our global financial system. But it also gives us a platform to do so much more.
Towards 'globalization with Chinese characteristics:' what to expect?
With the West seemingly retreating into isolationism, Xi Jinping's remarks at the WEF in Davos serve as a reminder of China's pro-globalization stance.
Of leaders and legacies
As Barack Obama steps down as president, he leaves behind a political environment that seemed impossible at the beginning of last year.
How to make America great again?
It is time that the US woke up and caught up! Welcome to a new era and welcome to a new world.
Everyone must help steer bike sharing trend in positive direction
Bike sharing is quickly gaining speed, and the city will have to grab the trend by the handle bars.
Rising frictions over distribution of trade dividends
China needs to do more to defend its lawful rights and add more weight to its role as the world's second largest economy.
Celebrating Year of Rooster? Chicken? Hen?
The word ji creates similar difficulties, although perhaps not the Year of the Cock, for obvious reasons, but how about chicken, hen, or rooster?
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