Former chief executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) Leung Chun-ying has hailed the practice of "one country, two systems" in Hong Kong over the past 25 years as sound, viable and vibrant.
The Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region has actively practiced the international concept of decent work, followed the relevant conventions and initiatives of the International Labour Organization, and strictly implemented national laws, policies, and regulations.
The U.S. government on Sunday announced the launch of the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF) in Tokyo, which is in fact an extension of the country’s “Indo-Pacific Strategy”， revealing its ulterior motives, that is, to set up a wider alliance to contain China.
Shanghai has cut off the community transmission in the latest resurgence of COVID-19 infections in all districts, as businesses began to resume operation starting Monday.
Since the outbreak of the pandemic, China has accumulated experience in dealing with it.
It is clear that the United States, as the initiator of the Ukraine crisis, does not wish to see a peaceful settlement of it.
The speculation that China will build a military base in the Solomon Islands is pure disinformation fabricated by a handful of people who harbor ulterior motives, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin said on Monday.
Just in one year, our sanctions are likely to wipe out the last 15 years of Russia's economic gains" and make Russia "an outcast on the international stage." These remarks by US President Joe Biden after the outbreak of the Russian-Ukrainian military conflict are frightening. The US could implement such a "strangulation" plan economically and politically to a superpower like Russia,, not to mention other countries that are not as powerful.
Since conflict broke out between Russia and Ukraine, biological laboratories in Ukraine that are funded by the U.S. caught global attention.
In response to U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's planned visit to Taiwan, the Chinese Embassy in the U.S. urged her to abide by the one-China principle and cancel the trip.
Since the military conflict between Russia and Ukraine began, the international community has grown increasingly aware of the roles the U.S. and NATO have played behind the crisis.
There's been a particularly interesting fact emerging, or re-emerging in a new and more undeniable way, through the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic that "the economy" and the financial market have almost nothing to do with one another.
It is correct that U.S. President Joe Biden's invitation to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) for a summit at the White House on March 28-29 was postponed, supposedly due to conflicting schedules.
An opinion work in The New York Times called the U.S. “the only sanctions superpower” and said the country “must use that power wisely.” The U.S. has been keening on using sanction weapons for a long time. Is the "superpower" nurtured by sanctions?
Ever since the Russians raised their concerns about the existence of secret U.S. biolabs in Ukraine, intense discussions have been circulating around the globe. The world is expecting a serious answer and detailed explanation from Washington, which responded with a simple accusation of these concerns as "disinformation."
The Ukraine crisis has entered its second month, causing massive casualties among Russian and Ukraine soldiers and civilians while creating over 4 million refugees. China, the EU, France, Germany, Turkey, Israel and others have been working hard to bring Russia and Ukraine to the negotiation table.
Last year, UN human rights experts urged the U.S. to “eliminate all for-profit detention facilities”, saying that “detainees should not become units for profit,” according to an article published on the website of the UN.
The U.S. has been widely condemned for its long-term and systemic racism against ethnic minority groups and immigrants in its justice system.
When the Soviet Union disintegrated, Russia, as the "eldest son" of the 15 Soviet republics, inherited the Soviet Union's "one-vote veto" status in the UN Security Council, as well as most of the Soviet territory, overseas assets, and debts.
Documents obtained by the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation have revealed that U.S.-guided biological laboratories in Ukraine have conducted high-risk studies concerning plague, brucellosis, and even bat coronaviruses, etc.
While Western countries deem themselves as best actors in the international arena, many non-Westerners regard them as "opportunistic, hypocritical, and motivated purely by selfishness".
US politicians need to learn from a traditional Chinese idiom, namely, that a dead knot can only be untied by the person who tied it.
The United States government's crackdown on Chinese students and researchers has had a "palling effect" on the scientific community and driven away talent that have contributed to the country's scientific and technological excellence.