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Proposed US changes in international student visas: Wrong way to go
The Trump administration's proposal to deny international student visas to all those who currently engage only in online study rather than face-to-face teaching is detrimental to the whole cause of education in an interconnected world.
Litigation is a wrong response to China over COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly changed our lives in 2020. We are dragged into a world that is full of uncertainties and possibly with more bad news to come.
Multinationals favor China as world economy begins to revive
China has been the world's factory for almost 30 years. With its steady economic growth and stability, the huge opportunities will continue to make it the most attractive destination for multinationals.
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COVID-19: What now for foreign students?

By Mathew Wong

Some American universities are rightly challenging the Trump Administration's policy barring many foreign students staying in the U.S. if their courses remain purely online during the COVID-19 epidemic.

Changes in general education curriculum in Chinese universities

By Mathew Wong

Promotion of a general education curriculum spanning all major disciplines is now the focus for producing undergraduates capable of coping with the challenges of a rapidly changing world.

Multinationals favor China as world economy begins to revive

By He Shuquan

China has been the world's factory for almost 30 years. With its steady economic growth and stability, the huge opportunities will continue to make it the most attractive destination for multinationals.

Improving global information system for pandemic response

China's State Council Information Office released a white paper titled "Fighting COVID-19: China in Action" in early June.

Cloud graduation ceremonies to change how we meet in the future

By Jorge Holloway

Cloud graduation ceremonies by Chinese universities pave the way for how we will all come together and express ourselves for decades to come.

Playing Hong Kong card: An old recipe of Western interference

By Lina Luna

Turning an internal issue into an international one, under the speech of freedom and democracy, is an old American recipe to generate destabilization of the target.

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Rising cases mean second American lockdown

By Mitchell Blatt

The irresponsibility of businesses, like bars and gyms, that insist on staying open despite soaring rates of COVID-19 beggars belief. Stronger government leadership is needed without doubt.

A new chapter in China-Arab relations

By Jin Liangxiang

The ninth ministerial conference of the China-Arab States Cooperation Forum (CASCF) took place via video link on July 6. The CASCF has witnessed the growth of relations between China and Arab countries.

China and the EU: Cooperation is possible

By George N. Tzogopoulos

The China-Europe partnership is vital in today's world, and recent events indicate the prospects for enhanced cooperation are fairly good.

 
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Safeguarding national security, restoring prosperity and stability in Hong Kong

On June 30, 2020, the Law of the People's Republic of China on Safeguarding National Security in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region was adopted.

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