China’s NEVs help to reduce carbon emissions by an estimated 50 million tons annually.
There is still a long way to go, especially in narrowing the gap between urban and rural areas, but the current achievements are solid proof of the Chinese government’s irrevocable commitment to the happiness and well-being of people.
The ultimate goal of technological innovation is to satisfy the vast needs of our people.
Research into the application of new technologies to improve the work and life of humanity is just beginning. Where it leads us is worth watching. One thing appears clear: The innovation powerhouse of Shenzhen will play a key role in shaping the future.
Overnight it was expected of everyone to work from home and the initial mood was overwhelmingly positive. No more commutes, more time with the family, and a belief that we would be much more productive, but how much did this align with reality?
Reversing the damage done by the Trump administration will not be easy. It will take time, patience, and persistence. But the opportunity for a new engagement strategy between Europe, China, and the United States is a precious one, which President Biden and his team should nurture and cultivate.
The world has reached a crucial juncture, and relations among China, the U.S., and the EU have entered an unprecedentedly complicated stage. Opportunities for cooperation and risks of confrontation coexist and carry the same weight.
Only if we surpass differences, pool resources, strengthen and improve global governance, can a community with a shared future for mankind be achieved and challenges be handled.
Practical synergies mean that China and the rest of the world have more chance of pursuing progress if they work together, than if each country pursued development decoupled from other countries.