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US government dysfunction should alarm more than just panda fans

Giant panda Beibei is seen beside its birthday cake during a celebration at Smithsonian's National Zoo in Washington D.C., the United States, Aug. 22,…[More]

Op-Ed: China doesn’t have to be America’s greatest rival

There is growing fear about China in Washington. According to reports, US President Donald Trump’s pick for acting defense secretary, Patrick Shanahan…[More]

Op-Ed: Chinese hacking squad is yet another creation to smear China

The US Department of Justice on Thursday accused two Chinese nationals of carrying out a wide-ranging hacking campaign in association with Chinese nat…[More]

Duke VP under fire for "racist and insensitive" posts about China

Larry Moneta, vice president for student affairs at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, United States, is under fire from students over some co…[More]

Sweat and even tears are behind China’s rise to greatness

Recently, Canada shocked the world by detaining a Chinese citizen during her change of flight in Vancouver at the behest of US authorities.…[More]

Op-Ed: China’s 100-year plan is all about development, not deception

China went from being one of the poorest countries on the planet to one of the most powerful. China’s remarkable development has pulled hundreds of mi…[More]

Americans gather to mourn Bush, an old friend of China

Americans gathered on Wednesday to mourn the death of George H.W. Bush, the 41st president of the United States, who passed away at age 94 on November…[More]

Wang Yi meets with Pompeo, asks the US to immediately stop its wrong words and deeds

On October 8, Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi met with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in Beijing.…[More]

China embassy rejects insincere apology for offensive Swedish TV show

On Sept. 21, Sweden’s national broadcaster SVT broadcast the show “Svenska Nyheter,” which aired a racist program about tourists from China, depicting…[More]

Offensive Swedish TV show: China doesn't accept such "humor"

On September 21, a Swedish TV show insulted China. The program took aim at Chinese tourists, “welcoming” them to Sweden, and was full of lowbrow humor…[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]