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Should we cater to the US "special interest" in Asia ? [ 13:55 August 02 2011]

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In recent days, Sino-US interaction in the Asia-Pacific region has witnessed an upturn both in cooperation and contest. The tendency is, on the surface, determined by interests and policies, but the profound reason lies in the fact that both are influenced, perhaps subtly, by the self-perception and the perception of each other. Only on the basis of knowing about themselves and knowing about each other, can a sound interaction set in.

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Economic engine should be roaring along safe rail [ 09:12 July 26 2011]

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To many Chinese, having the world's fastest trains running on the world's longest high-speed rail is a pronounced symbol of China's modernization and its galloping economy.

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South China Sea cannot be overturning, even when waves breaking and foaming [ 10:56 July 22 2011]

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A marginal sea that is part of the Pacific Ocean and covers around 3,500,000 square kilometres (1,350,000 sq mi) has in recent weeks stolen the world gaze with the markedly rising tensions between the "claimants" - in particular, the ongoing squabbles between China and its neighbors, the Philippines and Vietnam.

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Li Hongmei, editor and columnist of PD Online.

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Li HongLi Hong

After 19 years working for China Daily and its website, Li Hong moved to english.people.com.cn in March 2009.

Li has been a reporter and column writer, mainly on China's economy and politics.

He was graduated from Beijing Foreign Studies University, and once studied in University of Hawaii and the Poynter Institute in Florida.

John 
Milligan-Whyte 
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Dai MinJohn
Milligan-Whyte
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Dai Min

John Milligan-Whyte and Dai Min, the executive producers and co-hosts of the Collaboration of Civilizations television series adapted by the eight books they wrote in the America-China Partnership Book Series published in English and Mandarin in 2009-2010 that created the "New School of America-China Relations." They founded the America-China Partnership Foundation and Forum in 2008 and the Center for American-China Partnership in 2005, which was recognized in 2009 as "the first American think tank to combine and integrate American and Chinese perspectives providing a complete answer for America and China's success in the 21st century."