Opinion: • Cartoons • Columnists • Editor's Pick • From the Blog • Submit Your Opinion
Editor's Pick
The essence of Chinese experience
The experience China has gleaned from its decades of reform and opening-up undertakings covers a wide range of sectors, including agriculture, industry, foreign trade, poverty reduction, culture and education, human resource development, and governance capacity building.
Setting the course
In a report delivered at the opening session, Xi Jinping, general secretary of the 18th CPC Central Committee, painted a promising outlook for the future of the world's second largest economy.
Peace and a new corridor for Myanmar
Where others have failed, China, in a stroke, has created a way forward for Bangladesh and Myanmar to settle their problems over the Rohingya refugee crisis.
India continues to meddle in Nepal's politics
Notwithstanding an admission that Indian meddling in Nepal has been counterproductive, it seems the giant southern neighbor is doing it again.
Chinese Consul General acts as Good Samaritan to street kids in Kolkata
China is often perceived as aggressive in both its economic and foreign policy by a section of the Indian media, but it can also be a good friend of India.
Chinese soccer players were right to take a stand
China's under-20 soccer team refused to continue their match against a local side until a Tibetan flag raised at a football match in Germany in protest against Chinese policies in Tibet was removed. This was surely justified.
Xi's vision should lead to India-China-Pakistan cooperation
In a rapidly-changing world, the best course for peace in the region and beyond, will be close cooperation and understanding between China, India and Pakistan. This can cut through the tangle keeping India and Pakistan apart for so long.
China's ecological progress and global sustainable development
It was in 2007 that China first proposed the idea of promoting ecological progress, thereby embedding the concept of sustainable development in the context of human civilization.
Building a beautiful China
Finally, the world is witnessing what may well turn out to be the definitive how-to guide on building a sustainable economy that works in complete harmony with the environment: China's transformation under the banner of an "ecological civilization."
'Chinese rail,' a common poll agenda of Nepalese politicians
Now that the various political parties in Nepal have come out in favor, the prospects for a railway line crossing the country from China to India have risen considerably.
1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  

Send your storiesGet more from China.org.cnMobileRSSNewsletter