Aug 27, 2021

The Communist Party of China and the Ancien Régime

The CPC has perceived with ever greater clarity that the ‘other bank of the river’ (bi an) is an ethically-guided political economy in which the force of the ‘invisible hand’ of market competition is combined with an ethically-driven ‘visible hand’ of state regulation, with the CPC at its core.

Aug 24, 2021

China Still on the Revolutionary Journey

The founding of the People’s Republic of China only marks the completion of the first stage of the Chinese revolution. Now it is heading for a prosperous China, a socialist modern country at a higher stage, which is the ultimate goal of mankind stated by Karl Marx.

Aug 23, 2021

For Better Protection of Elephants, China Can Learn from Kenya

Whether in Kenya or China, and African elephants or Asian elephants, the community-based elephant protection strategy can not only make the National Park a paradise for elephants to live and reproduce, but also promote the people’s connection between China and Kenya and other African countries through elephant protection cooperation.

Aug 18, 2021

The Mask of Hypocrisy

Long praising itself as the ‘beacon of human rights,’ the U.S. turns out to be the opposite of what it claims to be. A bottle of self-reflection is exactly what the doctor ordered.

Aug 17, 2021

The False Narrative on Basic Rights

The Western human rights narrative in its current form is a type of political theater designed to win public support for a foreign policy based on cold calculation of geostrategic and economic advantage.

Aug 17, 2021

Who Suffered Most in COVID-19?

The COVID-19 pandemic not only resulted in loss of innumerable lives, it also left a permanent impact on the socio-economic fabric of the nation.