US damaging chip industry by hijacking it: China Daily editorial

Semiconductor chips are seen on a circuit board of a computer in this illustration picture taken Feb 25, 2022. [Photo/Agencies] With much political fanfare, US President Joe Biden visited Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co's newly constructed plant in Arizona last week to attend a "first tool-

China's increasing efforts in biodiversity and sustainability

Xinhua / XinhuaPeople jog in a wetland park in Zhejiang Province in November.Biodiversity is becoming a buzzword across China as the country prepares to preside over a global meeting next week, to redress the worldwide imbalance between human development and ecological protection.At a press con

Words kill: the dangerous language of gender-based violence


Why are people who normally never watch soccer betting on games?

ImaginechinaThe lottery tickets that were bought at a site in Shenyang, Liaoning Province.My friend Liang Bingbing, an elementary school art teacher, received her first World Cup lottery prize after the group stage was over – 34.5 yuan (US$4.80). She was so happy – that I didn't have the heart

Uncle Sam throws allies to the wolves: China Daily editorial

A staff member hangs a US national flag before US President Joe Biden arrives for the European Council meeting in Brussels, Belgium, March 24, 2022. [Photo/Xinhua] A number of high-ranking officials of the European Union voiced complaints about the bloc's transatlantic ally over the weekend. The

Needed: A new mindset for more skillful hands


Win-win China-Arab ties cooperate more

SHI YU/CHINA DAILY With the United States' strategic presence shrinking in the Middle East and Russia occupied with the Ukraine conflict, China has played an increasingly prominent role in the region. And since Arab countries now attach greater value to relations with China, the region is bound t

World must better protect biodiversity


China-Arab States Summit milestone for ties

Chinese President Xi Jinping holds talks with Saudi Crown Prince and Prime Minister Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud at the royal palace in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Dec 8, 2022. [Photo/Xinhua] The first China-Arab States Summit held in Saudi Arabia on Friday will strengthen China's relations with Saudi A

IPOs a positive signal emerging from China's A-share market

Investors check share prices at a securities firm in Nanjing, Jiangsu province. [Photo by Xing Qu/For China Daily] China has led the world in the number of IPOs issued in its A-share market and the amount of funds raised till November, says a report by accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers. Arou

China's new 10 measures against COVID-19 are adherence to original intention, logic

To be more precise, every step we have taken in the past three years, no matter how difficult it is, is a step closer to this day or a preparation for this day. They are all meaningful.

Washington must be clear-eyed of risks

What is happening in Washington regarding Taiwan, however, clearly goes against the kind of healthy, manageable China-US interaction the two leaders expressed they aspired to in Bali.

Chinese-Saudi ties important for development of Middle East

LI MIN/CHINA DAILY The inaugural China-Arab States Summit will be held in Saudi Arabia on Dec 9 during President Xi Jinping's visit to the country. Among the most important aspects of cooperation between China and Arab countries is investment in the economic and commercial field, and this has bee

Relaxation requires responsible behavior


Ottawa inviting new wounds before old ones heal: China Daily editorial

The Asia-Pacific region has remained one of the most peaceful and stable regions in the world for decades thanks to the joint efforts of regional players. That is why the region has been able to serve as a global growth engine for so long. The Canadian flag is seen in this picture. (Photo: IC)Someone should explain the correlation between the two to Ottawa.After Canada published its China-targeted "Indo-Pacific" strategy late last month, the provocative statements regarding China by Canadian Foreign Minister Melanie Joly in a series of interviews on the sidelines of the NATO foreign ministers meeting in Bucharest this week show the Canadian government is in urgent need of a reality check and some history lessons.While countries in Asia have made it crystal-clear that they are not willing to make a choice between China and the United States, Ottawa is keen to throw its gloves into the ring in support of Washington.Describing Beijing as an "increasingly disruptive" power, Joly vowed that Canada will send more frigates to the Taiwan Straits, "along with the Americans", to "enforce the international rules-based order" there.The "new military assets" Canada is committing in the "Indo-Pacific" to help ensure peace and stability include 400 million Canadian dollars (US$298 million) in military support and two more warships, increasing the number of frigates deployed in the region from one ship to three. Given the size of the region, that is comparable to throwing three needles into a lake.In the same interviews, Joly also made no secret of Ottawas commitment to almost all the mechanisms Washington is using for the purpose of containing China, ranging from the Five-Eye intelligence alliance to the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue and economic decoupling.Instead of providing reassurance to countries in the region, Jolys remarks have only served to put them on the alert to the troublemaking nature of O...

US fans the flames of turmoil and disaster wherever it goes

​No need to beat around the bush. One thing should be clear right from the start — It is the United States that is the world's No 1 warmonger.

West barking up wrong tree in New Delhi

India's close relationship with Russia, especially in terms of energy cooperation, was reportedly top of German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock's agenda during her two-day visit to New Delhi that started on Monday.

Testing times for the test companies

A resident takes a COVID-19 nucleic acid test at a testing point in Beijing, May 26, 2022. [Photo/VCG] Editor's note: Nucleic acid testing companies have been widely criticized recently for profiteering and faking test results in China. Does the supervision of these companies need to be strengthe

Reorient funding to boost agricultural sustainability

JIN DING/CHINA DAILY China has made remarkable progress in agriculture over the past few decades. It produces 95 percent of its own staple crops, particularly rice and wheat. Over the past 40 years, inflation-adjusted agricultural GDP increased by an annual average of 4.5 percent, well ahead of t

Watchdogs protecting farmland must bite


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