Latest News:  
Beijing   Cloudy/Overcast    0 / -5   City Forecast

People's Daily Online>>Opinion

Recommended reader’s comments (Dec. 28)

(People's Daily Online)

13:48, December 29, 2011

★ Read: U.S. Treasury declines to name China as currency manipulator

1. Posted by PD User at 2011-12-28 09:00:12
The US Treasury concluded that China did not meet the standards of a currency manipulator. Then why are the US lawmakers keep on harping that China is manipulating the Yuan all the while? Isn’t it a slap on your own face for the unfair and irresponsible accusation? Shame on you. (More)


★ Read: China sets first rare earth export quota for 2012
2. Posted by wende at 2011-12-28 01:51:37
China has 33% of world’s resources of the rare earth minerals yet its export accounted for 90% of the world’s total export. This is not sustainable because China will deplete its resources quickly and will pollute its environment severely. From a long term perspective, China should curtail even more extraction and export of rare earth minerals. (More)


★ Read: What is behind US 'Return-to-Asia' strategy?
3. Posted by Sam Teng at 2011-12-28 16:04:59
The Pacific region had been relatively peaceful without the US strong presence so far. The US had been focusing on the Middle East and looked what a mess it had generated. The US had literally being defeated in Afghanistan and Iraq that they had to pull out before being crushed by the Talibans; and not to mention their threats to Iran is futile. We do not need a strong US presence in the Pacific region as it will only lead to disaster. The US had been here before but had also hurriedly left after suffering defeat to the Vietcongs (North Vietnam). (More)

Email|Print|Comments(Editor:陈丽丹)

Leave your comment0 comments

  1. Name

  

Selections for you


  1. A warehouse explosion in Yangon environs,Myanmar

  2. China's new-type tanks unveiled

  3. Enjoy bubble massage in a Turkish hamam

  4. Miss Tourism Int'l goes to beauty of Thailand

Most Popular

Opinions

  1. EU's airline carbon tax may backfire
  2. Asian countries refuse to 'take side'
  3. US uses 'hedging strategy' to deal with China's rise
  4. What is behind US 'Return-to-Asia' strategy?
  5. China's GDP growth may slow to 8 pct in 2012
  6. China's economy not to suffer a hard landing
  7. Common interests prevent 'Cold War'
  8. War-related carbon emissions deserves attention
  9. Noda's trip enhances China-Japan mutual trust
  10. Economic outlook for next year could be dimmer

What's happening in China

School bus safety in fast lane

  1. Restaurant smoke law gets tougher
  2. Train-Car collision kills one in Anhui
  3. Lawmakers concerned with use of arable land
  4. China adds 12 million new jobs in 2011: minister
  5. China to curb illegal employment of foreigners

PD Online Data

  1. Traditional Mooncakes
  2. About Mooncakes
  3. History of Mooncakes
  4. Modern Mooncakes
  5. Legends of Mid-Autumn Festival