Dispute reveals conflicting views
Dispute reveals conflicting views

This is the fourth article that I have had published since April elaborating on China’s position with regard to the trade dispute with the United States and to call on all parties to support free trade and oppose protectionism. Between the first of those articles and this one, a principled…

Japan set to stick to the plan
Japan set to stick to the plan

ROSTOV-ON-DON, Russia – Keisuke Honda said Japan has a blueprint for the future despite being knocked out of the World Cup in painful fashion by Belgium on Monday. Akira Nishino’s side was leading 2-0 in Rostov-on-Don thanks to goals from Genki Haraguchi and Takashi Inui, and was seemingly headed for…

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No denying Neymar's dramatics
No denying Neymar's dramatics

Brazil’s diving diva enthralls and appalls in Russia Flaunting his flair and his finishing touch wasn’t enough. Neymar had to put his theatrics on show, too. What became clear in Brazil’s 2-0 victory over Mexico on Monday is that the wild side of the striker’s character is going nowhere at…

China Daily > China Daily News
China Daily > China Daily News

Technology tags along on ward rounds at China’s first intelligent hospital, as Zhu Lixin reports. Anhui Provincial Hospital became China’s first intelligent hospital in August, using artificial intelligence-enabled systems to help doctors with medical diagnoses and treatment. Four months later, the hospital, in Hefei, Anhui’s provincial capital, was renamed the…

Class whets appetite for cuisine
Class whets appetite for cuisine

Cooking course equips university students with the skills to whip up spicy Sichuan dishes A college is hoping a new cooking class will inspire interest and help preserve one of China’s most famous regional cuisines, with the courses intended to produce cooks capable of whipping up spicy meals of their…

Around China
Around China

Beijing Parents dispute suicide, sue hotel The parents of a 30-year-old man found dead from carbon monoxide poisoning in a hotel in Tongzhou district have sued the hotel manager, demanding compensation of 1.26 million yuan ($197,000). The deceased, surnamed Fan, checked into the hotel on April 21 last year. His…

Hearings a step closer to dream
Hearings a step closer to dream

Ma Zhonglan, 67, has been a people’s assessor at Beijing Haidian District People’s Court since she retired from work at a publishing company 10 years ago. I’d had a dream of studying law when I was a child, because my father graduated in law from Yenching University, which was formed…

Scrapping of rail project may hurt Malaysia
Scrapping of rail project may hurt Malaysia

Soon after being elected Malaysia’s prime minister, Mahathir Mohamad cancelled the $17 billion high-speed rail project linking the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur and Singapore. Mahathir had reasons to make the surprising decision. According to the Malaysian Finance Ministry, at the end of last year the government’s debt and liabilities…

Chinese wisdom enriches Shanghai Spirit
Chinese wisdom enriches Shanghai Spirit

President Xi Jinping hosted a dinner in Qingdao, Shandong province, on June 9 to welcome the participants to the 18th Shanghai Cooperation Organization Summit. Addressing the gathering at the dinner, Xi said that as an integral part of Chinese civilization, Confucianism believes “a just cause should be pursued for the…