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​China's swift COVID-19 recovery attests to its openness and transparency
​Spring arrived late this year - in early May. But fortunately for everyone, it finally came. As of May 8, China's Hubei province, the epicenter of the novel coronavirus epidemic, reported no new confirmed COVID-19 cases for 35 consecutive days.
Post-COVID-19 recovery needs an open world to reconnect the economic fuel line
The COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting socio-economic impact has sent shockwaves through both global trade and the economy. It is necessary for an open world to reconnect the fuel line to promote economic resumption.
Chinese success in fighting COVID-19 should be a lesson for the West
We may have something to learn from the Chinese model of fighting threats like coronavirus, and perhaps, even something to learn from China in the art of good governance.
Trump needs rethink on WHO fund cut
The American decision to cut funding for the WHO threatens the lives of millions and should be reconsidered urgently.
COVID-19: Why is medical system in metropolises so vulnerable?
How come the metropolises around the world with concentrated medical resources are so vulnerable to the COVID-19 outbreak?
China-Africa unity and joint fight against COVID-19 shall not be undermined
Some Western media and government officials have sought to make political capital from a misunderstanding over the treatment of African citizens amid COVID-19, but will fail.
Widespread backlash of Trump's halt for WHO funding
At a time when the world is going through a health crisis, U.S. president's move to pull funding to WHO hinders the global fight against the pandemic.
Online teaching: A prospective educational model?
In the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak, educational institutions in China have been moving their teaching online. Has this pandemic brought about a prospective model for educational systems worldwide?
China does not want the world's general public to be misled by groundless accusations
Global combat against COVID-19 should be a united battle and should have nothing to do with social system or geopolitics.
Globalization may slow but will never stop
The COVID-19 pandemic is a global crisis, but it does not represent a crisis to globalization. China’s industrial chain still contains huge development space and innovation opportunities, and it will continue to play an important role in the process of globalization.
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