I've always believed that tobacco kills not only smokers, but also non-smokers who become victims of passive smoking.
I spent three weeks in China this September with my Chinese friends. The experience went beyond my greatest expectations.
Perhaps China should try to create its own "Ivy League universities".
I mourn the death of people in the recent Shanghai blaze.
I think the gulf between a Western worldview and an Eastern one is immense. The fact is that understanding the Chinese way for a Westerner and vice versa is not easy.
It is an excellent article, intelligent and well reasoned. It is especially important to inform the public that it is not China's responsibility to help the United States out of its self-inflicted troubles.
The Shanghai blaze is a warning. It teaches us to take preventive measures against such fires.
As someone who has attended two very good universities in the United States and best in China, I have to say this article is accurate.
That some Western women now consider marrying Chinese men is really a recognition of China's growing prosperity. But despite that I don't agree with the claim in Tiffany Tan's article that Chinese women are, generally, more materialistic than their Western counterparts.
Widely published photographs of three comatose young men in business suits lying in the middle of a public square in Chongqing municipality were both amusing and shocking.
Many people are wondering which Chinese city would hold the next World Expo after Shanghai, which drew the curtains on this year's World Expo on Oct 31.
If there is reincarnation and I have a second chance I would still look for a Chinese wife.