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Opinion | Which is the world's best political party?

With nearly 96 million members, in size, the CPC is the largest. In longevity, at 100 years old, it ranks third. But in delivering the goods, China's party wins by a country mile.

Opinion | What an unforgivable insult to China and its civilization!

UNHCR's report on Xinjiang displays a shameful ignorance of Chinese history and the Chinese national character. It is not worth the paper it is printed on, peddling the big lie as the gospel truth, chockful of sinister speculations, projections and tainted testimony by alleged victims who live in America's pocket.

Opinion | America’s incurable China complex

America has a China complex. It began by behaving neurotically towards China. Then it descended into paranoia and from there it is only a short hop to insanity.

Opinion | "China is not Our Enemy"

That is the in-your-face title of a new book by Dr. Tai P. Ng, a Chinese-Canadian who views geopolitics not through the lens of a parochial Chinese but from a planetary perspective. It is a serious effort by a serious student of China.

Opinion | China refused to take Pelosi's bait---an old woman's provocations not worth an earth-ending war

We were all wrong. I was wrong. What an anti-climax! What a relief! We all expected China to exercise its nuclear option and intercept Nancy Pelosi's plane or worse, to give her a reception she would never forget. But it did nothing of the sort.

Opinion | Warning to Pelosi: It's not too late to pull back from the brink

This is the moment of truth. Nancy Pelosi's brinkmanship is approaching its endgame. The latest news out of Taipei is that Pelosi will land in Taiwan tonight, August 2, under cover of darkness.

Opinion | The Pelosi-Taiwan Watch—Will she, or won't she?

Pelosi is on a tight rope. To save face, she might still drop in unofficially on Taipei. But, with her public climb-down, her loss of face can’t no longer be spinned into a moral victory. I understand that her plane has already taken off from Hawaii, but for security reasons its flight path is no longer trackable. The inescapable conclusion is that she has been cowed by China. Eyeball to eyeball, Pelosi is the first to blink.

Opinion | NATO, what are you doing in Asia?

Ever since I was in my diaper, NATO has always stood for North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Now, suddenly, it has cancelled geography and poked its nose into Asia Pacific, as if we didn't have enough headaches here. It has corralled four Asia-Pacific countries into its orbit, with Australia, New Zealand, Japan and Korea as its new adjunct additions.

Opinion | Nancy Pelosi, Asia doesn't welcome you

Most ladies in their 80's mellow into their dotage. Not crotchety Nancy Pelosi. At 82, she is behaving like a sexually frustrated octogenarian raging against the dying of the day.

Opinion | Tony Blair, you are wrong, and you are dangerously ignorant

Mr. Blair, you are wrong again. You had committed the biggest blunder of your political life by throwing in your lot with the US in its Iraqi war-- on non-existent "weapons of mass destruction".

Opinion | Forget China's human rights—it's just a smokescreen for American ethical wrongs and global domination

The US has a love-hate relationship with China. It's love when China was weak, but undiluted hate when it is strong. Right now, it's deep into the hate cycle, thanks to Trump's toxic presidency.

Opinion | Bye-bye Boris, almost!

At long last, Boris, that bizarre Peppa Pig babbler, is going and almost gone—but definitely into the dustbin of history. For three years, he rampaged through the world's front pages, breaking laws, laughing at his own lies, covering up scandals, creating a string of his own, and bamboozling the British public in the process.

Opinion | Red Scare, Yellow Peril, White Supremacy and Boris Blues

What a colorful world we live in! And what a bloody mess too. In the US, gun violence has engulfed its people. In the first six months of 2022, there has been a tsunami of over 300 mass shootings.

Opinion | The golden rules of good government for Hong Kong's new administration

In less than 24 hours, Hong Kong will have a change of leadership. In the past, the SAR government has been guilty of a catalogue of missteps that are entirely avoidable, had it adhered to certain time-tested principles.

Opinion | Open Letter to UN Human Rights High Commissioner

I am saddened to learn that you have decided not to seek a second term as head of the Commission. Despite your denial, you have no doubt been stampeded into this decision by the venomous attacks that followed your six-day visit to Xinjiang.
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