Obama needs to appear as a tough guy on China in order to salvage his dismal approval ratings and help his fellow Democrats in mid-term elections. For decades, China-bashing has been a popular game played by American politicians to get votes.
"It's all right to thank your parents, but firstly, you should thank your country," said Yu Zaiqing, deputy director of the State Sports General Administration. He made this remark at the group discussion of the sports sector at the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) on March 7. He also said [Read more]
She [Clinton] acts as Clinton and Bush have always acted towards Iran: demanding, threatening, coercing, sanctioning, isolating while waiting around for miracles.
In the global geo-strategic interaction after the American era, China, the U.S., Europe, Russia and Japan will all perform key roles, and the changes in the relationships between the United States and the other three countries may also affect China’s international environment. Europe’s situation is as we explained [Read more]
The 82nd Annual Academy Awards have come to a close, with an unexpected loss for the popular film "Avatar." Its rival, "The Hurt Locker," took home a total of six awards which included Best Picture and Best Director, making Kathryn Bigelow the first woman in Oscar history to win the Best Director award, whereas [Read more]
China has not been, cannot be, and will not be a copy of America anytime soon, if ever.