China’s geographical landscape plays an important role in guiding how officials administer poverty alleviation policy across the country. Atule’er village, a 200-year old settlement perched on the edge of a sheer cliff face in Sichuan province, is one such place where poverty is being addressed through this method.
All available evidence shows that the novel coronavirus is natural in origin and not man-made.
A perfect storm of current underlining China-US tensions, supply-chain issues during the coronavirus and the promise of support from national governments has led experts to suggest a “large-scale exodus” of international companies abandoning China is imminent. Or is it?
May 8 will mark the seventy-fifth anniversary of the end of World War Two in Europe. While the stories of D-Day and Dunkirk are well versed, China’s resistance against Japan is one of the great untold stories of the Second World War and one that contributed heavily to the Allies victory.
Hawkish views within the Trump administration and the Wolf Amendment make any collaboration between China and the US in space difficult. But as both sides begin an unprecedented few years’ in space exploration and support for the amendment wanes, is now a chance for both countries to review cooperation among the stars?
Despite the nature of the package agreed, there is real confidence from government officials and economists that it can help China’s economy rebound in Q2 and even end the year with overall GDP growth of between three to five percent.
China recorded the highest number of international patent applications in 2019, outstripping the US in the process, and is another milestone in the country’s IP story over the past forty years. How did it manage it?
Given such an overwhelming body of evidence attesting to China’s openness and transparency, coupled with the reports central claim of Beijing’s prior knowledge of the pathogen is refuted by its very own source, there is absolutely no case for compensation.