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You cannot make money from China while insulting the country

File Photo: Daryl Morey (left), Houston Rockets general manager, with Yao Ming Have you ever heard of Yao Ming? This Chinese basketball player becam…[More]

Op-Ed: China's political OS has made the country strong, stable

China’s National Day is coming, and for the Chinese people, its government, and the Communist Party of China, it will be a celebration of China’s achi…[More]

Op-Ed: Trump “games” the facts about China in his UN speech

U.S. President Donald Trump addresses the General Debate of the 74th session of the UN General Assembly at the UN headquarters in New York, on Sept. 2…[More]

US risks losing big for fighting trade war with China

On Tuesday, Costco opened its first physical store in China, attracting so many shoppers that the outlet shut down early. It is apparent from the larg…[More]

McConnell is just standing with those who will further his anti-China agenda

Recently, US Senator Mitch McConnell published a commentary in the Wall Street Journal titled “We Stand with Hong Kong,” blaming Beijing for the chaos…[More]

Pence's Hong Kong threat will not intimidate China

On Monday, US Vice President Mike Pence said in a speech that if Beijing wants a deal with the United States it must honor its commitments, including …[More]

What a shame Liu Yifei is being attacked for her support for Hong Kong police

Chinese-American actress Liu Yifei, who plays Mulan in Disney’s upcoming live-action remake of Mulan, is under attack for expressing her support for p…[More]

Is the US to blame for what is going on in Hong Kong?

The chaos and violence in Hong Kong reached a new and troubling level on Tuesday. Radical protesters at Hong Kong’s airport seized a journalist from t…[More]

Op-Ed: Hong Kong is not and shall not be the frontline of US and China

Hong Kong has been rocked by chaos and violence for weeks and the violence is getting more and more intense. What is going on in Hong Kong? There is a…[More]

Is there a black hand behind the chaos and violence in Hong Kong?

Photo source: Ta Kung Pao Recently, in the US city of New York, police charged a 35-year-old Brooklyn resident with harassment and obstructing gover…[More]

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Editor's Note

"Let China sleep," Napoleon Bonaparte once allegedly said, "for when she wakes she will shake the world." Today, the lion has woken up. But it is peaceful, friendly, and civilized, as Chinese President Xi Jinping said in a speech in Paris in 2014. Let us better understand the rise of China with our columnist Curtis Stone, an international relations expert based in Beijing. He can be reached via email at [email protected]