China has been the world’s factory for almost 30 years. With its steady economic growth and stability, the huge opportunities and development potentials will continue to make it the most attractive destination for multinationals.
Attaining triumph over the virus requires a scientific and rational consensus rather than blindly complaining and blaming. COVID-19 has slowed down globalization, but will not change the direction of globalization nor the trend of the times.
The hard truth laid bare in this pandemic tells people that humanity needs to form an effective, cooperative, and transparent system for global public health governance.
The Internet has increased people’s ability to make their voices heard in China
It is really time for everyone to re-frame our thinking and mindset that we live in a globalized world where the problems are globalized and we are actually one community with no borders. We need to come together and fight the challenges as a whole.
“Warm and Cold, We Share Together.” The pandemic has profoundly enlightened the public: in the era of globalization, the members of the global village are intertwined and share a common destiny.
New thoughts and a new framework are necessary for China-India relations to go beyond the boundary question.
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.
Now, in order to avoid losing his reelection bid, blaming China has somehow become President Donald Trump and his administration’s preferred strategy. This greatly undermines the U.S. image and its international standing.
The Law has teeth in handling national security issues. Nevertheless, it has also a human face, attentive to the human rights and freedoms of Hong Kong residents guaranteed by the Basic Law.