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Do online classes diminish the value of higher education?
With formal classes suspended by the COVID-19 pandemic, universities and colleges have turned to online learning – the value of which is now challenged by some who believe it justifies a refund of tuition fees.
Building a society where everyone contributes and shares benefits
It is necessary to build a community of social governance in which everyone is responsible, everyone undertakes their due obligations, and everyone enjoys the benefits.
Chinese digital media flexible in face of pandemic
While many industries have suffered badly from the COVID-19 lockdown this year, it has proved a positive game changer for digital media.
Trump and COVID-19: Unilateralism in the name of scapegoating China
Unfortunately, it appears that Trump and his supporters think that it is easier to make China an adversary rather than reckoning with America's systemic failings, weaknesses, and vulnerabilities.
How to turn crisis into opportunity amid COVID-19 pandemic
Zhou Muzhi, head of Cloud River Urban Research Institute and professor of Tokyo Keizai University, and Yoshinori Yokoyama, an adviser of the Office of the President of the University of Tokyo, weigh in on the prospect of globalization amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Protecting Hong Kong is both central government's determination and common aspiration of the people
The support from hundreds of millions of Chinese people, including Hongkongers, is the basis of the central government's determination to pass the Hong Kong national security legislation.
Learning from the Yellow River
The Yellow River that flows through Yonghe occurs to my mind from time to time, silently reminding me of learning from the river.
Conflict-affected countries need ceasefire to battle COVID-19
Warfare must be put on hold to help already fragile communities cope with the COVID-19 pandemic.
National security legislation won't undermine freedom of HK residents
The HKSAR Legislative Council's inability to put in place a national security law left the central government no choice but to enact a law tailored to Hong Kong in light of the "one country, two systems" framework.
China to promote higher-standard opening-up
China's efforts to promote a higher-standard opening-up will not only stimulate domestic economic growth but boost global economic collaboration and trade recovery.
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