The memoirs of former White House Spokesman Scott McClellan, which will be published next week, will disclose some inside stories, including the fact that while the United States was attacking Iraq, President George W. Bush "seriously deviated from the right track," "lacked openness and frankness" and “sacrificed the [Read more]
Since the disastrous earthquake occurred in Sichuan, China last Monday, the U.S. business community has already donated to China's earthquake-stricken area a total of 30 million U.S. dollars.
At noon on the 20th, led by Chairman of the US-China Business Council, Mr. Fu Qiangen (John Frisbe), forty-three high-level [Read more]
For Hillary Clinton, the Pennsylvania primary is a do-or-die battle. But right at this crucial moment, her China adviser quit because of his dissatisfaction with Clinton's anti-China policy. The consultant said that Clinton’s China accusation is downright misleading.
It was quoted by Phoenix TV (Hong Kong) on the [Read more]
Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Jiang Yu stated on the 17th that the Chinese side once again solemnly requests that the U.S. Cable News Network (CNN) immediately retract their vile statements and make a sincere apology to all Chinese people.*
Jiang Yu, during a routine meeting with reporters, answered reporters’ [Read more]
The United States, “Defender of Human Rights,” often wants to point its finger at other countries’ human rights conditions, giving directions and petulantly faultfinding. This year is no different. The other day, Washington issued a statement on another country’s human rights, as usual putting on display that [Read more]
On April 9, just a few hours before the start of Olympic torch relay in San Francisco, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a resolution that calls for “an end to crackdowns in Tibet by the Chinese government and the release of ‘peaceful’ Tibetan protesters.” Towards this move, Shen Dingli, the [Read more]