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We Have Much to Celebrate

Argument: Beijing's ambassador to the United States on how a strong and rising China is good for the world.  This year marks the 35th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and the United States. There have been ups…

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What a Clean Chinese Official Looks Like

One official from Guangxi has taken the initiative by declaring his assets online. I’ve talked before about having strict standards for…

The Chinese Communist Party's Confucian Revival

Xi Jinping’s emphasis on Confucius has a modern-day political purpose. On September 24, Chinese President Xi Jinping delivered a keynote speech…

Abandoning 'class struggle' central to China's achievements, paper says in rebuke to leftists

Abandoning the principle of “class struggle” has been central to China’s achievements over the past 35 years, a flagship newspaper…

We Have Much to Celebrate

Argument: Beijing's ambassador to the United States on how a strong and rising China is good for the world.  This year…

Can China and India Cooperate in Afghanistan?

Afghanistan is going out of fashion among governments in the West, as attention shifts to a disintegrating Middle East and…

‘The China-U.S. Relationship is Basically Good’

A few days ago, I was in Washington, D.C. for a conference. While there, I met some American friends. We…

China Eases Property Restrictions Amid Growth Concern

Chinese policy makers eased property restrictions for the first time since the global financial crisis as a real-estate slump’s threat…

CNOOC is using Western technology to further Chinese territorial claims

The China National Offshore Oil Company (CNOOC) announced on September 15 that the HD981 oil rig has discovered a new…

Golden Rule: Why Beijing is Buying

If China were to convert a relatively modest part of its $4 trillion foreign exchange reserves into gold, the country’s…

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China Launches Experimental Satellites

In September, China launched multiple satellites, including the Yaogan-21 and the experimental Tiantuo-2. Earlier this month, China launched new experimental military…

China and US militaries work at building trust

China and the United States are making progress on two trust-building mechanisms for their militaries ahead of the two defense…

China and the ISIS Threat

The Islamic State (IS), also widely known as ISIS and ISIL, is apparently attempting to make good on its promise…

Chinese celebrate National Day

More than 120,000 people from across China rallied at the Tian'anmen Square at the heart of Beijing at daybreak Wednesday…

The CCP's Solution to China's 'Ethnic Issues'

From September 28 to 29, China’s Central Committee held a two-day conference on ethnic affairs, during which Chinese leadership promised…

At Martyrs’ Day Ceremony, Solemnity and Goose-Stepping

In a short, solemn ceremony in central Beijing on Tuesday, China’s top political leaders and a backdrop of 3,000 handpicked…

The Scottish referendum: an excuse for Chinese netizens to discuss democracy in their own backyard

It reads like an Orwellian threat to all Scots: "The English government needs to immediately commence political thought education, and…

The Fight Against Mooncake Graft Goes Digital

On Aug. 20, U.S. ice cream giant Haagen-Dazs posted an advertisement on its Chinese social media feed letting customers know how easy…

Found in Translation

On July 22, a glossy new Chinese media venture known as the Paper announced its launch to much fanfare. A subset…

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