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Opinion | History shows trade wars serve no significant purpose

The United States has a tradition of imposing trade tariffs to address bilateral trade imbalance: Washington did that to Japan; and has been doing it to China since former US President Donald Trump assumed power.

Opinion | Serious work of security and regenerating the city await John Lee

On May 8, John Lee Ka-chiu, 35 years a police officer, and more recently former secretary for security, was elected as the sixth-term chief executive designate of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR).

Opinion | John Lee has quelled catastrophic rioting and won ultimate trust

Mr. John Lee Ka-chiu, Hong Kong's sole chief executive candidate, has been questioned that his predominant police experience may hamper his knowledge of and governance for leading Hong Kong. In this article the readers will find enough of what Mr. Lee has said in his campaign manifesto, or election pledges that echo what Alex Lo has been saying all these years, showing that Mr. Lee is well-informed with regards to his general understanding of the serious social ills of Hong Kong.

Opinion | Reagan's visit to China is 'one good turn that deserves another' state visit by President Joe Biden

Yesterday in history (April 26, 1984), President Ronald Regan arrived in China for his 6-day state visit. This historic visit is of great significance in the bilateral history of China and the United States.

Opinion | With China as its business partner, Solomon Islands and the region are safe and sound

As they say, "Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder." While the neighboring Western nations around the Solomon Islands see "threat" to the region, I see "beauty" in this new change: With a nation like China, which is on the rise, the Solomon Islands stand to gain economically without any threat to peace in the region.

Opinion | As U.S. is doing the dictating, Ukrainian militiamen and civilians are doing the dying

People the world over who have watched the Russia-Ukraine conflict on T.V. no doubt believe that President Vladimir Putin is on the wrong side of history: for invading Ukraine by amassing Russian troops along the border and marching into Ukrainian territories since February 24, forcing millions of refugees to cross the nearest borders for refuge, causing hundreds of helpless and unarmed civilians in Bucha to die violently.

Opinion | Hainan Free-Trade Port, China's gateway to the global market in the 21st century

While there is war in Eastern Europe, there will be peace in Hainan, situated close to the South China Sea, and not far away from the South Pacific.

Opinion | Mr. President, do you hear mothers of starving children crying in Africa?

Across East Africa, below-average rainfall has created some of the driest conditions in four decades, according to the United Nations, leaving more than 13 million people facing severe hunger. Seasonal harvests have sunk to their lowest levels in decades, malnourished children are filling hospitals, and many families are walking long distances to find help.

Opinion | Has US President Joe Biden gone 'sanctions' crazy?!

One moment, the US president Joe Biden is threatening the leader of China—warning him against the risk of aiding Russia – and the next mean thing that this man is doing is to target innocent people, including "Putin's daughters, accusing them of hiding riches," according to Agencies.

Opinion | Where here's award in Asia-Pacific, there's atrocity in Eastern Europe

Spring is here in the Asia-Pacific region; the symbolic wintry ice--that has frozen healthy China-Australia relations over the Aukus pact--is now slowly unfreezing and breaking for the first time.

Opinion | By sanctioning Russia and possibly China, the US is shooting its own foot, destroying international order

The United States is at it again: This time it is pressuring two influential OPEC leading members, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to expel Russia from a larger oil-production alliance, only to be resoundingly "rebuffed".

Opinion | Amid Russia-Ukraine conflict, the sweet smell of peace in the spring air

Russia is expected and has obviously gained the upper hand in this controversial conflict, turning the world into two divisions, with the United States and its Western allies imposing sanctions, and other nations urging the warring factions to get down on the negotiating table and work out a resolution for peace.

Opinion | As Biden blasts Putin in Poland, President Xi may turn Ukrainian crisis into an opportunity

The United States as a world hegemony is used to sanctioning opponents and rivals since it emerged victorious after World War II. China had been sanctioned before during the Korean conflict. It has survived.

Opinion | As China rises, so are the emerging ASEAN nations

China has become the target, the rival and the one to bash until the Russo-Ukraine conflict flared up. As U.S. President Joe Biden says in Poland, the conflict is not going away in weeks, or months, so the ASEAN region can settle down to trade, build and consolidate.

Opinion | Imagine we are not being invaded by COVID-19 but by Aliens, shouldn't the world unite for the common good?

Amid COVID-19 and its variant Omicron which has taken away millions of lives, sidelining senior citizens in the thousands, and crippling the world's health and economic systems for two years, the Chinese people like many others all over the world are emotionally drained, wondering when all this is going to end!
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