I agree with the author's analysis. Developed countries have a much larger market for the goods mentioned in the article.
One of the main problems of the green movement is like what a Hollywood star once said about an unsuccessful movie: It is a failure of imagination.
I am all for more HIV/AIDS tests, but they will be helpful only if the government can effectively prevent discrimination against HIV/AIDS patients.
I don't know how long it took Tencent to react, but I think the authorities have the responsibility to block immoral/dangerous messages from being sent to the public.
To compete on a global level, the Chinese education system has to undergo certain changes.
The goal of education is not how many people get diplomas but the knowledge they acquire, the skills they master, and help them develop healthy thoughts.
Apparently, the message provider has nothing to do with the suicide pact. The death appears to be a misadventure.
Dec 12 saw the grand opening of the first Asian Para Games in Guangzhou.
Recently, I and my family had an opportunity to travel from Shanghai to Hangzhou by the world's fastest train.
The explosion that killed seven people and injured 38 in an Internet cafe in Kaili city of Guizhou province on Dec 4 once again reminded us of the safety hazards around us.
What is the point of India arming the nation to the teeth with the latest super-duper armament? The money would be better spent feeding its hungry people.
I suppose the Vietnamese spouses, like other foreign spouses I am acquainted with, depend on these provisions to stay in China.