To a certain extent, it was a historical inevitability that a Sino-US fight would become intense. But why did China take a tough stance in 2009 on its 60th anniversary? It needs to be explained. As Peng Dingkang asked in his article, is China showing off its strength too early? As for what this means in the broader [Read more]
Chinese Lunar New Year, the year of the tiger, is approaching; yet Sino-U.S. relations are trapped in a state of "winter."
American President Obama announced a new health care reform bill on Feb. 22. The proposed bill goes against the Republicans' call for “ripping it up and starting over,” instead focusing on bridging the current divide between the Senate and House bills, while adopting part of the Republican position. [Read more]
In America, rescuing Haiti has become a national movement, arousing sympathy toward the third world. But carrying out similar activities toward Chile would be virtually impossible.
Each person is different. For example, one person works and thinks hard all day long to only become a mediocre designer. Another person merely draws something simple, like a circle, and he or she becomes the chief designer of China's process of reforming and opening up.
So, what is the conceptual basis for Xiaoping [Read more]
The Washington Post reported that Google and the National Security Agency (NSA) had come to an agreement that will allow the NSA access to Google’s data in order to analyze an espionage attack that originated in a foreign country.
It has been said that the goal of the investigation is to protect Google and its users [Read more]