An outcry or protest against some incident on the Internet does not reflect the true reaction of Chinese citizens.
The author deserves to be thanked for drawing readers' attention to the tragedy.
I fully understand the meaning of "hard to put it clearly" in China.
When it comes to property tax, I agree that higher taxes should be imposed on a second and subsequent house that a person has.
A wise and forward thinking government should care for its low-income earners.
There seems to be little reason or rationale for leaving out certain provisions of "majority rule" in demolition regulations.
Mutual trust and complementarity are the key messages I got from this piece.
My wife and I visited Beijing recently and were very impressed with the city, especially the infrastructure.
Trade between China and India has increased rapidly over the past decade. Despite this positive development, trade frictions between the two countries have become frequent.
I visited China for four weeks recently and was highly impressed by the politeness, respect and cooperation of Chinese people everywhere I went.
Efforts to curb smoking in China should start from the supply side, because restricting the production of cigarettes is a very effective way of reducing smoking.
Those who insist on taking the Great Wall's trail in Jiankou despite the risks should make full preparations to prevent unnecessary accidents. Outdoor sports is fun but only if it is without tragedies.