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Republican Party's deep contradictions driving speaker dilemma

After Novembers contentious midterm elections that saw a change of guard in the House of Representatives from Democrats to Republicans, the new year means a new Congress. Except this year things are a bit complicated: The new Congress cant be sworn in because members-elect cant agree on a speaker. Members need to first elect a speaker in their first session who then administers the oath of office to new members, previous to entering on any other business. Without a speaker, the third-highest constitutional officer in the US, the House of Representatives is not essentially useless - it is completely useless. The House cant pass bills or resolutions, cant oversee the federal government, cant pay its members or staff, and incumbent members have even lost their security clearance. That is to say that Congress, e.g., a sub-branch of the federal government, is now not involved in sensitive military and intelligence matters. The US has not seen a situation like this in more than a century, and this time its brought on by Republicans loyal to former President Donald Trump. Instead of toeing the party line and voting in leader Kevin McCarthy, MAGA Republicans are refusing to vote for him. Theyre even holding out despite the fact that, reportedly, McCarthys team has conceded to every single one of their demands.Given that, and the fact that Trump-aligned Republicans are notoriously radical in their political activity, McCarthys odds of winning through attrition seem minuscule. At the same time, Republican holdouts havent nominated any serious candidate instead of McCarthy, so they dont appear to be organized enough to manage a replacement. And then theres the chance that moderate Republicans could join with Democrats to nominate a coalition speaker - however, political polarization is so rampant in Washington that this is extremely unlikely. In essence, the spectre of Trump has jammed up the government. His loya...

Ignoring woes at home, British media lamentable in smearing China's epidemic fight

On Tuesday, the Guardian published an editorial titled "The Guardian view on Chinas Covid crisis: zero preparation." The editorial asserted that "Its big mistake was neither initially pursuing a zero-Covid policy nor lifting it - others did so and kept mortality rates low - but shifting without warning, much mitigation or, apparently, preparation."It is an extremely irresponsible behavior to comment on such a major policy as the epidemic prevention measures of other countries without any in-depth investigation and research. As a matter of fact, the Guardians statement itself is undoubtedly a continuation of the practice of the British mainstream media in recent years - trying every means to defame and slander Chinas politics, economy, society, and culture.The UK is probably one of the least qualified countries to evaluate Chinas anti-epidemic policy, because as a country with a population of 66 million, the UKs anti-epidemic work in the past three years has been extremely poor. The successive epidemics have generated complaints from the public in the UK.Gao Jian, a scholar at Shanghai International Studies University, told the Global Times that in fact, from the beginning to the end, the understanding of the problem-solving on the pandemic in the UK is completely different from Chinas. But what surprised us in particular, is that throughout the fight against the epidemic, we have clearly seen how social Darwinism is practiced in the UK. In the early days of the epidemic, according to former UK prime minister Boris Johnsons chief adviser Dominic Cummings, thousands of people died needlessly as a result of government mistakes in the handling of the coronavirus pandemic. This is the basic attitude of the current British elite - viewing peoples lives as almost worthless.This also reflects that the social culture, social structure, and governance philosophy of China and the UK are completely different. There is ...

What will it take to keep children safe from gun violence in the US?

Can you imagine what is killing the most children in the US?Firearms, apparently. They have surpassed motor vehicles as the leading cause of death among children and adolescents in the worlds richest nation, according to researchers at the University of Michigan analyzing new federal data in April. President Biden lamented in a tweet, "Over the last two decades, more school-age children have died from guns than on-duty police officers and active duty military combined."Not just numbers, but someone lovedThese are young precious lives lost for no purpose at all. Jakhi Snider, 16, was fatally shot in a vehicle in Southeast Washington on November 27, 2022. On the same day, a 12-year old died in a shooting in Atlanta, Georgia and all the injured were reported to be aged between 15 and 21. Darius King Grigsby, nine months old, was brutally taken away from his family in a drive-by shooting a few weeks ago while being walked by his mother down a street in Merced, California.Alexzandria Bell, a bright and energetic sophomore less than a month away from her 16th birthday, perished in a shooting at her school; the incident also killed 61-year-old educator Jean Kuczka, who heroically put herself between the gunman and her students. The killer, 19-year-old Orlando Harris, opening fire with an AR-15-style rifle with more than 600 rounds of ammunition, died in hospital after an exchange of gunfire with the police.Sadly, they are but the tip of the iceberg. In 2022, 989 children (aged 0-11) and 5,127 (aged 12-17) teens died as a result of gun violence, according to Gun Violence Archive, a non-profit based in the US.Sermon on the Mount?The Second Amendment, often hailed as the Sermon on the Mount by those who see it as an embodiment of American liberty and democracy, was created by the nations forefathers to allow ordinary individuals the capacity to protect themselves. Little did they suspect that their good intentions would go on to cause a malaise in American...

China's reopening good omen for world

The vestiges of international travel restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic will ebb on Jan 8 with China set to open up to the world again. Since the worlds second-largest economy and the biggest manufacturing power is essential to global economic stability, the news of China opening up to the world, once again, hit the headlines all over the world.SHI YU/CHINA DAILYThe news has raised speculation that the world will return to win-win trade and economic development with China returning to full capacity production in the factories, farms and general services.In the almost three years of travel restrictions, global trade and tourism have suffered immeasurably, making the revival of the global economy a big challenge. But with the main driver of global growth back on the global economic stage, expectations of a full-scale worldwide recovery are rising.In fact China is still expected to contribute to about 30 percent of the global growth in 2022 and 2023 based on indicators of inflation-adjusted estimates. This shows that Chinas absence from the global economic stage for a long time has left a yawning vacuum, and its return to the stage has come as a big relief.In February 2019, The Economist magazine said: "Since 2012 China has been the worlds biggest source of tourists. Chinese travellers racked up nearly 150 million trips abroad last year. Their spending — over $250 billion in 2017 — far outstrips that of their American counterparts."In so many ways, China demonstrated it is committed to protecting peoples lives and health by implementing strict measures to contain the pandemic. Even though the pandemic struck without warning, China picked up the gauntlet and fought back courageously. The quick, split-second strategies and steps encouraged the world to fight the virus and, in the end, achieve victory.China first ordered the lockdown of Wuhan in 2020. The move was followed by the implementation of strict prevention and control measures...

West's false narratives are more infectious than the virus

Editors note: Decision Makers is a global platform for influential leaders to share their insights on events shaping todays world. Meifang Zhang is Chinas consul general in Belfast. The article reflects the authors opinions and not necessarily the views of CGTN.China is in the midst of adjusting its response measures around the COVID-19 virus and its variants after a comprehensive assessment of the pandemic situation. This in itself should not be alarming, but encouraging, uplifting even, as any body of government led by responsible leaders will amend its approaches with new information, new conditions. It is the sign of good leadership, especially when applied with good science.What does this updated version of measures look like? And why is it receiving so much attention from the West and its media apparatus? Let us address these separately, as the answers and motives thereof require such.This adjustment of response measures includes:The reclassification of the virus to a Class B instead of the more serious Class A infectious diseases, and the management thereof in accordance with the law;The dropping of testing requirements for travelers upon arrival to China as well as previous quarantine requirements for those that test positive while in the country;In general, a shifting of focus from stemming infections to preventing severe cases and further minimizing the impact of COVID-19 on economic and social activities.These adjustments are consistent with Chinas science-based approach toward governance throughout the pandemic, one aligned with its national conditions. As with all nations, China knows best its capabilities and capacities in service to its people. Measured approaches have been taken throughout the pandemic accordingly. New measures are now being put into effect because of new national conditions, such as the improvements in understanding of the virus and increased capacity to ensure healthy and safe traveling. Moreover, vaccine p...

Tesla's pressure highlights more competitive market

While it has become common to see Western media outlets blame Chinese supply chain problems partially for the sluggish stock performance of Tesla and Apple, it may be time for the two US giants to face up to the challenges of a more competitive Chinese market.(File photo: Xinhua) Tesla on Monday reported record production and deliveries for 2022. The electric vehicle giant made 1.37 million cars in total last year, up 47 percent year-on-year, with deliveries up 40 percent to 1.31 million. But the numbers still missed Wall Street estimates, which is likely to lead to more pressure for Teslas stock. Teslas share price plunged 65 percent in 2022, losing nearly 37 percent in December alone and marking its worst year since going public in 2010.Meanwhile, Apples share also experienced a rare fall over the past year, plummeting by about 27 percent to $130 per share. Analysts generally project Apples net profits to tumble more than 8 percent in the fourth quarter of 2022, which would break a 14-quarter revenue growth streak, according to media reports.While there are different reasons behind the sluggish stock performance of Tesla and Apple, one thing they have in common is that they both have considerable production capacity in China. This has led some Western media outlets to attribute slowing business growth to local production disruption due to the epidemic outbreaks in China, which apparently misses the point.Take Teslas Shanghai Gigafactory as an example. Production at the Shanghai plant was indeed affected by the COVID-19 outbreak during the first half of 2022. But that impact was short-lived and limited compared with the whole of year production. The annual output of Teslas Gigafactory in Shanghai is estimated to surpass 800,000 in 2022, ranking first among Teslas factories worldwide, according to media reports.Indeed, for those concerned about Teslas performance in China, production may be the least of their worries. What&#39...

Progress of recovery can now accelerate

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When it comes to China, Britain should decouple from US: SCMP

HONG KONG, Jan. 3 (Xinhua) -- Britain should decouple from the United States when it comes to China and develop a more constructive relationship with China, according to an opinion piece recently published by the South China Morning Post (SCMP).File photo: CFPBritish Prime Minister Rishi Sunaks first foreign policy statement in November last year differed in tone from his predecessor, Liz Truss, who was expected to label China "a threat," the article said.Sunak said Britain must recognize the role China plays in global affairs and favored engagement over Cold War rhetoric, according to the article.Sunak will tread a fine line, with the right wing of his party pushing for a more combative stance, the article argued.But there is every reason for Britain and China to find a way to cooperate, the article said, as "the two countries have long-standing links, including in business, culture, sport, education and tourism.""Britain would be well-advised to also develop its own, distinct policy," it concluded. "There should be room for Sunak to bring a better, more constructive relationship with China."

China ensures a smooth shift to a new phase in its COVID-19 response

Editors note: Lu Jiahai is a professor in the Department of Epidemiology from School of Public Health at Sun Yat-Sen University and the Director of National Medical Products Administration (NMPA) Key Laboratory for Quality Monitoring and Evaluation of Vaccines and Biological Products. The article reflects the authors opinions and not necessarily those of CGTN.People enjoy leisure time at a business center in Beijing, capital of China, December 25, 2022. /XinhuaSince COVID-19 struck, the Central Committee of Communist Party of China (CPC) with general secretary Xi Jinping at its core has put the people first, as well as life first all along and followed a science-based and targeted approach to adapt Chinas COVID-19 response in light of the evolving situation.China has withstood the five waves of the global pandemic, avoiding a mass spread of severe virus strains, such as the original and Delta variant in the country, greatly reducing severe cases and deaths, and bought valuable time for the development and application of vaccines and drugs, as well as the preparation of health care resources.COVID-19 mortality rate in China have remained at the lowest level in the world, the health of the people has steadily improved, and the country has achieved the best results in balancing economic development and pandemic response in the world.Taking into account the characteristics of the virus, the situation of the pandemic, immunization, medical resources preparedness and experience in pandemic response, China will downgrade its management of the infectious disease of COVID-19 from Class A to Class B, starting from January 8, 2023, which means its pandemic response will enter a new phase with new situations and tasks.Priority has shifted from preventing infection to ensuring health and preventing severe cases, focusing on vaccination, personal protection and timely treatment in case of infection, for the elderly, people with underlying medical conditions, childr...

Chinese economy enjoys 'strong resilience'

Longtan Container Terminal of Nanjing Port in Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, May 6, 2022. /XinhuaEditors note: Huang Yongfu is an economic affairs commentator. After earning a PhD, he started his career at the University of Cambridge and then moved on to the UN system. His current interests lie in global development and Sino-U.S. links. The article reflects the authors opinions and not necessarily the views of CGTN.In recent years Americas economic and technological decoupling against China, along with subsequent pandemic disruptions, inaugurated a reordering of global supply chains and harmed many other economies.Chinese President Xi Jinping expressed strong confidence about Chinas economy in his New Year address to ring in 2023 on December 31 evening. He summarized how the Chinese economy is enjoying "strong resilience, tremendous potential and great vitality," since the fundamentals sustaining the countrys long-term growth have remained strong. Chinese economy demonstrates strong resilienceThe U.S. has sought to persuade countries to reduce their dependence on China, via "friend-shoring" by shifting production and trading chains from China to like-minded partners sharing a similar politics, ideology and values, especially Chinas Asian neighboring economies. Some companies have moved their production lines out of China and into other countries, either to sidestep tariffs or avoid future upheavals as relations between the U.S. and China deteriorate.Nonetheless, the economic impact over the threat of decoupling and deglobalization on the Chinese economy wont succeed.The U.S.-led decoupling or "friend-shoring" has served to deepen Chinas links with its Asian neighboring economies, given the complex nature of manufacturing processes that require a dizzying numbers of Chinese-made components and several stages of assembly.The years since the Sino-U.S. trade battle took off in 2018 observe the outsize gro...

New Year to bring new, higher horizon for stock market investors

Chinas stock market wrapped up one of the bumpiest year in 2022 with the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index finishing with a loss of 15 percent from 2021. However, investors are starting to rebuild confidence thanks to the governments move to optimize the anti-COVID responses. For instance, China has announced to resume the processing and approval of passport and visa applications for Chinese citizens going abroad from January 8.Market analysts forecast a strong recovery of Chinese equities in 2023, with the Shanghai index at least reversing its dismal trajectory seen in 2022. The stock market is a barometer of the economy. If everything turns right, the worlds second-largest economy will most likely pick up growth momentum after a widely anticipated Spring Festival shopping and travel spree, with domestic retail sale, export and infrastructure investment all reaching 2019 or pre-pandemic levels during the year of 2023. Investors are increasingly buoyed by the emerging positive news as the latest Central Economic Work Conference sets the tone for all-out country-wide efforts to strive for a buoyant growth. In 2023, Chinas tertiary or services sector, which makes up more than 60 percent of the GDP, is expected to stage a strong comeback. In addition, Chinese officials have again listed residential housing construction as one of the economys "backbone industries," meaning more pro-real estate sector policies will be meted out.Though it remains unknown what the annual GDP growth target will be set at the upcoming National Peoples Congress (NPC) session in early March, the majority of the global investment banks predict Chinas growth rate at a range of 5-6 percent for 2023, which is likely to support the Shanghai composite stock index to rally by 15-30 percent from 2022, analysts predict. The second half of 2023 is expected to witness a cascade of growth tides, to be mirrored by waves of higher stock indexes. Chinas capi...

Views: Chinese path to modernization

Aerial photo taken on May 26, 2021 shows the Yangpu international container port at Yangpu economic development zone in South China's Hainan province. [Photo/Xinhua] Editor's note: The Chinese path to modernization is in line with its national conditions and is the modernization of a huge populat

Sino-French cooperation benefits all

Photo: AgenciesFrench President Emmanuel Macrons planned visit to China early this year will certainly add momentum to the steady and sustained development of Sino-French relations and help inject stability in the world amid a fast-changing international landscape full of turbulences.Chinese ambassador to France Lu Shaye expressed a warm welcome to Macrons upcoming visit in an interview with the media published on Sunday.Macron has visited China twice since taking office in 2017, and has maintained regular communications with President Xi Jinping. The two leaders have spoken more than 10 times with each other over the past three years. They recently met in Bali, Indonesia, on Nov 15 on the sidelines of the G20 Summit, their first face-to-face meeting since the start of the pandemic.All this attests to the great importance that the top leaders of both countries attach to their mutually beneficial relations. Indeed, the top-level planning the two countries have devised for their bilateral ties, with a view toward the future, will enable them not only to make continued progress in traditional areas of cooperation such as aviation and civilian nuclear energy, but also tap into the new fields of green energy and scientific and technological innovation. That China has entered a new stage of development marked by high-quality growth, with high-standard opening-up, will offer French enterprises and businesses from other countries new opportunities given the countrys huge market.Moreover, China and France, both permanent members of the United Nations Security Council, have expressed a shared sense of responsibility to uphold international economic and trade rules, and keep global industrial and supply chains stable. Their close communication and coordination will also have a direct bearing on the international efforts to tackle many of the thorny issues the world faces today such as climate change, biodiversity conservation and the food and energy crises.There...

Politicizing of pandemic continues with targeting of mainland travelers

Travelers are seen at Beijing Daxing International Airport on Dec 30, 2022. (Photo: VCG)Since the National Immigration Administration announced on Thursday last week that it will resume issuing passports for Chinese mainland travelers starting on Sunday, some countries, including the United States, the United Kingdom and Japan, have said they will carry out additional pandemic prevention and control measures, ranging from nucleic acid tests to quarantine, exclusively for arrivals from the mainland, citing pandemic prevention and control as the justification.However, that does not hold water.For one thing, as public health scientists from these countries, as well as those from the World Health Organization, have pointed out, the novel coronavirus variants appearing on the mainland so far are not new, and they have already appeared in these countries. And since new variants might emerge anywhere in the world, it begs the question why only arrivals from the mainland are subject to such measures.The practice is pure discrimination.Some China-bashers, particularly those in Washington who have always been the cheerleaders of and orchestrators of such discriminatory practices, will no doubt welcome such bigotry. To their delight, the practice portrays the Chinese mainland as a singular source of potential new virus variants, and thus a threat to the rest of the world.Some apologists for the measures have claimed that it is no different than the rigorous policies for international arrivals enforced by Beijing over the past three years. But the argument that China is stewing in its own juice does not stand scrutiny.The mainlands strict virus control measures for international arrivals were an integral part of its overall pandemic prevention and control policy, which has been based on science and the fact that previous strains of the virus were more virulent and of greater concern, the vaccination rate in the country was low and death rate was high around the world. Desp...

Sincerity of US key to better China relations

File photo of Qin Gang. (Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn)Communication was a key word in former Chinese ambassador to the United States Qin Gangs farewell talk on the phone with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken on New Years Day.Qin, who took up his new post as foreign minister last week, said he appreciated the several "candid, in-depth and constructive" meetings that he had had with Blinken during his tenure, and that he looked forward to continuing close working relations with the top US diplomat for better Sino-US relations in the future.Blinken also remarked on the importance of the US and China maintaining open lines of communication during his talk with Qin.Although their talk was more of diplomatic protocol than of practical meaning, it has still raised the hope that communication between the two sides can effectively contribute to putting bilateral ties back on a healthy development track.That the new foreign minister was promoted directly from the post of Chinese ambassador to the US is a telling sign of the tremendous significance Beijing attaches to Sino-US relations, and that should also be a takeaway for the US side.That Qin took every opportunity during his time as ambassador to promote people-to-people exchanges and mutual understanding between the two countries indicates that maintaining communication between the two countries will be high on his to-do list in handling Sino-US relations.However, those pinning hopes upon Qin using his open and friendly style to help thaw the icy state of the ties should not ignore his other side, as he has resolutely defended Chinas core interests and bottom line in dealing with the US when challenged in his interviews with US media outlets.With the rebuilding of risk management and control mechanisms being an imperative and urgent task to handle the complicated relations between the two countries, Qin will undoubtedly show both sides of his style in his new role, as cordial by prefere...

What western media (intentionally) missed in reporting China's COVID-19 reality

BEIJING, Dec. 30 (Xinhua) -- If you only get your COVID-19 news from Western media, you might believe that Chinas economy is in trouble and life-saving measures are out of place.However, Chinas COVID-19 reality differs from what they report. Life and business are picking up across the country as a result of the widespread adjustment in epidemic response.Chinas epidemic prevention and control has entered a new stage despite the fact that some Western media characterized the change as "rapid" and "dramatic," ignoring the fact that China has changed its response strategy based on a comprehensive assessment of the mutation of the virus, the COVID situation and ongoing response efforts.Li Bin, deputy head of the National Health Commission (NHC), has said that various factors have created the conditions necessary for the latest adjustment in the management of novel coronavirus infection."It in no way means letting go of the virus or a complete exit from prevention and control measures," Li said. "China will continue improving management, services and guarantees."(File photo: Xinhua) LOW DEATH RATESDuring the fight against COVID-19, China has effectively coordinated COVID response with economic and social development, and refined the response policy in light of the evolving situation.Over the past three years, China has effectively responded to five global COVID waves and avoided widespread infections with the original strain and the Delta variant, which are relatively more pathogenic than the other variants.China has kept its severe COVID-19 cases and death rates among the lowest in the world. The average life expectancy of the Chinese has continued to rise amid the pandemic, from 77.93 years in 2020 to 78.2 years in 2021.Liang Wannian, head of the COVID-19 response expert panel under the NHC, recently told media that the domestic epidemic situation "shows that some Chinese cities have passed or are passing the f...

Securing job market key to high-quality development

College students attend an on-campus job fair in Huzhou, Zhejiang province on Nov 12, 2022. Photo/VCG The recent data released by the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security show that 11.45 million new urban jobs were created in China in the first 11 months of this year, including 4.76 mil

Efforts to lure workers good for economy

Workers are busy working at a new energy vehicle plant in Jinhua, Zhejiang province on Oct 29, 2022. Photo/VCG Hangzhou, capital of Zhejiang province, is reportedly issuing consumption coupons worth 600 yuan ($86.15) to everyone working in Zhejiang but holding another province's household registra

Pandemic highlights efficacy of TCM

JIN DING/CHINA DAILYThe history of medicine is the history of human beings — to be precise, human beings fight against diseases, including epidemics such as the plague. In the thousands of years of human history, people around the world have suffered many epidemics, which have claimed millions of lives.Chinese history also witnessed horrors of wars, famines and epidemics in ancient China. And traditional Chinese medicine has played a key role in battling epidemics throughout history, proving its safety and efficacy.TCMs theories and practices to contain epidemics have been refined and improved. In fact, TCM provided ample protection against the COVID-19 pandemic and helped treat the infected. TCMs safety and efficacy have been proved once again during the pandemic.Following the easing of the pandemic prevention and control measures in China, the number of people infected by the novel coronavirus has increased sharply. But since the variants and sub-variants of the virus are becoming more infectious but less lethal after three years of mutations, most families can withstand the wave of the outbreak.More people are opting for home quarantine (which the government, too, has advised) after contracting the virus. As such, TCM will continue to serve the people well against COVID-19.Yet there is an ongoing debate over the efficacy of TCM compared with Western medicine. First, there are differences between TCM and Western medicine in terms of understanding, diagnosis and prognosis. In short, TCM believes in holistic treatment, while Western medicine tends to treat the symptoms.Therefore, to treat a highly contagious disease, Western medicine mainly focuses on the virus and antiviral treatment. On the other hand, TCM starts with the symptoms that patients show and then treats the disease. TCM also takes into consideration the climate conditions and environment in which people live, as they influence their health, and then diagnoses the cause of the illness.T...

Grassroots work mainstay of policy adjustment

A doctor attends to a patient at the fever clinic at Hongqiao Community Health Service Center in Changning district, Shanghai, on Monday. (Photo: China News Service)Chinas new COVID-19 pandemic prevention and control policies include a variety of concrete measures to coordinate the efforts of different parties in the fields of vaccination, medical care, medicine supplies and neighborhood services for the common purpose of saving lives.Although all of these parties assume indispensable roles in this campaign, it is the grassroots government departments, neighborhood property management companies, residents and villagers committees that are in charge of docking the policies with the peoples needs to make sure they can access medical care and obtain medicines in an emergency.That means, after acting as the front line in the war against the virus for three years, the grassroots parties must continue to play crucial roles in the new stage of the war. They need to divert attention from curbing infections to saving the lives of the most vulnerable residents. All senior residents, particularly those unvaccinated ones with underlying health conditions, will now become their main service objects.Most public services and social security work must be carried out efficiently at the grassroots level. The grassroots departments should improve their ability to provide services to vulnerable groups of people, and take the initiative to provide door-to-door services and help them solve their practical difficulties.For instance, they can work closely with the community medical institutions to provide necessary medicines and antigen detection kits for local senior residents, making them feel that they are well cared for and protected.As the base of the hierarchical diagnosis and treatment system in the country, the large numbers of community rehabilitation centers, clinics and village and family doctors will assume a major role in the future pandemic prevention an...

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