Tag: #China

COVID-19 triggers cruel social governance race

Ai Jun September 26, 2020

COVID-19 triggers cruel social governance race

Europe is undergoing a rebound of the novel coronavirus outbreak. Top British scientific advisors warned Monday that the country could witness up to 50,000 COVID-19 cases per day by mid-October, and a WHO official noted that the spread of the virus in Europe now is worse than it...More

China can powerfully counter US threats in first, second island chains

Wei Dongxu September 25, 2020

China can powerfully counter US threats in first, second island chains

A viral video of an H-6K bomber released by the People's Liberation Army (PLA) Air Force on Saturday has made headlines in many Western media outlets. They allege that the video shows "simulated attack on a US Air Force base on Guam." This is over-interpretation. The video actually...More

US attempts to turn Mekong into another anti-China battlefield like S. China Sea

Hu Yuwei September 23, 2020

US attempts to turn Mekong into another anti-China battlefield like S. China Sea

With $150 million initial investment, the US claimed to launch a Mekong-US partnership as an integral part of its "Indo-Pacific vision," which observers believe shows its accelerated pace in politicizing the water resources issue in the region to curb China's growing influence in Southeast Asia. US Secretary of...More

China-ASEAN trade growth is shored up by solid foundation

Zhong Feiteng September 22, 2020

China-ASEAN trade growth is shored up by solid foundation

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) has secured its position as China's largest trading partner in the first eight months of the year. According to statistics from China Customs, trade between China and ASEAN totaled $416.6 billion during the period, $16 billion more than China's second-largest trading...More

Anxiety over China-EU ties illustrates US hurting trans-Atlantic relations

Wang Xiaoguang September 21, 2020

Anxiety over China-EU ties illustrates US hurting trans-Atlantic relations

In the wake of the increasingly tense US-China economic dispute that has spilled over into diplomatic and security dimensions, Europe silently becomes the key player in the stalemate. Speaking of the online EU-China summit, some observers even considered the possibility that China might "play Nixon" to draw Brussels...More

China-India border tension could ‘extend to winter’

Yang Sheng and Liu Xuanzun September 21, 2020

China-India border tension could ‘extend to winter’

In a speech before the Indian parliament on Tuesday, Indian Defense Minister Rajnath Singh asserted that the border dispute with China remains "unresolved" for now, and blamed China for "violating" the border agreement with India. Chinese experts warned on Tuesday that such a hard-line attitude may see border...More

China ready for peace, and war

Hu Xijin September 20, 2020

China ready for peace, and war

Indian Defense Minister Rajnath Singh addressed parliament on Tuesday. Singh bragged of how righteous and brave Indian troops were, while emphasizing the importance of peacefully resolving the border crisis to China-India ties. The latter part was the keynote of his speech. Indian military's moves on border areas have...More

China-Europe choose cooperation over differences

Left Review Online September 19, 2020

China-Europe choose cooperation over differences

A summit among Chinese, German and EU leaders was held via video conference on Monday. According to the briefing from the Chinese side, the summit achieved a number of results, including the goal to conclude negotiations on the China-EU Bilateral Investment Treaty within the year. Official information from...More

Beijing achieves full coverage of 5G independent networking

Left Review Online September 15, 2020

Beijing achieves full coverage of 5G independent networking

Beijing has become the second city in China, after Shenzhen in South China's Guangdong Province, to achieve full coverage of 5G independent networking, according to a statement released by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology on Wednesday. As of the end of July, Beijing has opened 44,000...More

China’s proposal to address data security issue equally

Left Review Online September 14, 2020

China’s proposal to address data security issue equally

Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi made the proposal of Global Initiative on Data Security Tuesday on behalf of the Chinese government, which includes eight key points, covering hotspot issues that countries around the world are most concerned about or have doubts about, as well as...More

India ‘fired first’ in fresh border clash with China, overrates own strength by pushing for talks with force

Liu Xuanzun September 13, 2020

India ‘fired first’ in fresh border clash with China, overrates own strength by pushing for talks with force

China on Tuesday slammed Indian troops for firing first in the Monday border clash and illegally crossing the Line of Actual Control (LAC) again, which it said had destroyed tranquility on the China-India border since 1975, demanding India punish personnel who fired the provocative shot and avoid similar...More

Indian border troops’ bravado will backfire: Global Times

Left Review Online September 08, 2020

Indian border troops’ bravado will backfire: Global Times

Indian troops again illegally crossed the Line of Actual Control (LAC) into the Shenpao mountain region near the south bank of Pangong Tso Lake on Monday. They then outrageously fired warning shots at Chinese border patrol troops who came to negotiate, and Chinese border patrol troops were forced...More

Private satellite firm building factory in China

Zhang Hongpei September 05, 2020

Private satellite firm building factory in China

Commsat, a Chinese commercial space start-up, announced Tuesday that it has started to build a satellite factory in China with annual production of more than 100 satellites, which will weigh more than 100 kilograms each. The program, in Tangshan, North China's Hebei Province, marks the first major project in the...More

US only satisfied with big countries as satellites: Russian Scholar

Xie Wenting and Bai Yunyi September 05, 2020

US only satisfied with big countries as satellites: Russian Scholar

Editor's Notes: Relations between China and the US have hit the lowest point in 40 years amid US efforts to contain China's rise. Some scholars voiced concern there is an ongoing new cold war between China and the US comparable to the 20th century hostilities between the US and...More

US needs to meet China halfway to restore respectful relations: US scholar Taylor

Left Review Online September 03, 2020

US needs to meet China halfway to restore respectful relations: US scholar Taylor

Editor's Note: Although a bipartisan consensus to be tough on China prevails in the US, there are still moderate and rational scholars calling for a reset in China-US relations. Jon R. Taylor (Taylor), professor and chair of Department of Political Science and Geography, University of Texas at San Antonio,...More