Human beings are facing a tough challenge; we should realize that cooperation, common interest, building confidence, and preserving social values are the only way to help us beat the virus.
Rather than examining their own failures, governments instead deflect and blame Beijing in both ideological and cultural terms as an ‘oriental’ other who does not live up to the West’s conceptualization of ‘civilization’. It is wrong, misleading and dishonest for given countries to now scapegoat their own obvious and well cited administrative failures onto China.
If victory over COVID-19 is to be achieved, the world must come together now for the better future as China’s experience has proved this.
The Chinese experiences that they exchanged with the whole world, without exception, contributed to saving many lives.
When the COVID-19 virus finally reached a critical mass in the US in early March it created many difficult choices for universities. However, UTSA already had contingency plans in place that permitted it to protect both its academic and administrative operations.
As the fight against the emergency of coronavirus draws to a close, China must carry on to fulfill other important tasks this year as planned.
Some believe this riotous market drop is long overdue as the share prices have been running at an abnormally high level for quite a period. In other words, it is safe to say the stock dive can be attributed to the eruption of various long-lasting problems.
Instead of waging the blame game, world leaders must set aside ideology and geopolitics, to jointly develop an effective vaccine and to strengthen the global public health system. In an interconnected world, no country is an island. Humankind shares a common destiny!
Casting Chinese journalists out of US is just another kind of political harassment, while China open its door to the world, US should be doing the same.