China's development vision of ecological civilization shares core values with other nations' endeavors in promoting sustainable development, experts said.
On the day the United States held the so-called “Summit for Democracy,” protesters gathered outside the UN Headquarters in New York for a “faux funeral” for voting rights in America. They held a casket to symbolize the end of democracy in the country.
China's embassy in London has strongly rebuked a series of "irresponsible" comments about China made recently by the Group of Seven, which the embassy says "confused right and wrong" in a number of instances.
When the U.S. holds high the flag of "democracy," it should first reflect on its notorious records marked in the history. His followers should also sharpen their eyes at the dollar-dominated interests behind its motivation and stop being fooled.
The United States is not in a position to portray itself as a leader in terms of democracy, Duke University professor Bruce Jentleson has recently said.
The United States harbored ill intentions by inviting Taiwan to the so-called "democracy summit," Chinese scholars observed, calling it a political trick.
The world doesn’t need a "Summit for Democracy" to incite division and confrontation, nor a "puppet master" in the disguise of U.S.-style democracy.
The "whole-process people’s democracy" in China not only has a complete set of institutions and procedures, but also full participation and practices. It exists in all steps of democratic election, consultation, decision-making, management, and supervision.
In a dialogue on democracy in Beijing last Thursday, diplomats, scholars and experts discussed various democracy models in many countries, as well as the changes and functions of democracy in today's world.
The United States has long boasted about its own brand of democracy and freedom, calling itself a "shining city on a hill." To peddle American-style democracy, the country is putting together a so-called "summit for democracy."
U.S. President Joe Biden has announced that he will host a virtual "Summit for Democracy" on Dec. 9 and 10. The Biden Administration has invited 110 countries and regions to join the summit, claiming to promote democracy yet, in essence, it is trying to impose its "democratic model" and maintain hegemony.
The ongoing Eighth Ministerial Conference of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation in Dakar, Senegal, is likely to see the two sides agreeing on a joint action plan to contain the COVID-19 pandemic and build a China-Africa community with a shared future.
Anyone of reason would understand that arguments must be based on facts. This is the case in serious political affairs, and even more so on fundamental issues.
Common goals with diversified approaches showcase exactly what diplomats are doing in various domains in Geneva, because civilizations are rich and diverse, and so is democracy, a senior Chinese diplomat said here on Thursday.
There are Western-Centrists who believe that the western understanding of human politics is the only one which is correct and universal, and they have cognitive biases to the political path chosen by China.
Environmental experts are urging those U.S. politicians opposed to a key international agreement to set aside commercial interests in order for the country to join the pact aimed at preserving biodiversity.
Nearly 200 participating countries adopted the Glasgow Climate Pact at the end of 26th session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 26) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, which concluded Saturday after a one-day extension. Meanwhile, developed countries, whose industrialization is responsible for most of today's climate change impacts, were urged to meet their funding pledge.
Cities today face more frequent and complex problems because of their rapid urbanization in recent years. For example, the severe floods that hit many parts of China this year exposed the shortcomings in infrastructure, urban operation and emergency responses. So the authorities have decided to pay greater attention to natural disasters, public health threats, environmental pollution and public conflicts.
China has announced recently on many multilateral occasions the country's specific targets and concrete policies, measures and actions. As the world's largest developing country, China is striving to meet a grand goal: to peak its carbon dioxide emissions before 2030 and achieve carbon neutrality before 2060.
Punishing the stubborn secessionists who engage in seeking "Taiwan independence" is necessary to safeguard China's sovereignty, security and development interests, and ensure the peaceful development of cross-Straits relations, the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council said on Wednesday.
A Chinese defense spokesperson on Tuesday expressed strong opposition to and condemnation of a visit to Taiwan by members of the U.S. Congress who arrived in a military airplane.
State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi expressed opposition on Tuesday to making the seas a tool for seeking unilateral hegemony, and he called for nations to jointly safeguard maritime order.
China has made strides in data legislation efforts, but more progress is needed to realize the value of data.
China's restoration of its lawful seat at the United Nations was a diplomatic win that inspired countries in Africa, said Bernard Makiza, a senior editor at a time-honored newspaper in the Republic of the Congo.
China's rapid rise has set an example for the rest of the world, said Jeffrey Sachs, professor of economics at Columbia University in the United States.
Ruan Zongze, a leading Chinese scholar of international relations, told on Wednesday that while he was working with the United Nations about a decade ago, he was amazed by the power his country's fight against poverty had to inspire others.
The Shenzhou XII spacecraft crew became the first to stay in China's new space station, in a big win for Beijing's space exploration program.
The world today is facing the biggest change ever seen in a century. These changes bring both challenges and opportunities. The COVID-19 pandemic is raging around the world, adding uncertainty to an already uncertain world. How to find the path and way out in the midst of chaos and upheaval? Is globalization dead? Will the global power transition happen? How can China respond to the changes and has the strategic opportunity period disappeared?
The United States should stop using excuses to restrict Chinese students going to the country, which interferes with normal people-to-people exchanges.