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Green back-to-school shopping

Green back-to-school shopping

For the back-to-school season in the United States, many parents and their kids are thinking green....

Anne D’Innocenzio | July 21, 2017, Friday


Film drums up consensus for reform

Film drums up consensus for reform

A political documentary on China’s ongoing reform will remind the Chinese of the country’s glorious national achievements, while sending a clear message about the enhanced reform that will happen after...

July 21, 2017, Friday


An apology for the grab-and-go stores

An apology for the grab-and-go stores

AFTER unmanned vehicles and driverless trains, what is next? The answer, it appears, is unmanned convenience stores. Two news items that recently went viral on China’s social media happened to be about ...

Ni Tao | July 20, 2017, Thursday


Big changes in Xinjiang under assistance program

Big changes in Xinjiang under assistance program

Twenty years have passed since the first officials from the central government and other provinces were dispatched to Xinjiang to assist local development....

July 19, 2017, Wednesday


On Western ingenuity in telling a good story

On Western ingenuity in telling a good story

BY Sunday, for five days in a row, the daily high had exceeded 37 degrees centigrade. But the sweltering heat in no way deters the long lines at one of the Shanghai Museum south gates, as I have been ...

Wan Lixin | July 19, 2017, Wednesday


Inside Philip Morris’ campaign to undermine efforts of the world’s tobacco control treaty

Inside Philip Morris’ campaign to undermine efforts of the world’s tobacco control treaty

A group of cigarette company executives stood in the lobby of a drab convention center near New Delhi last November. They were waiting for credentials to enter the World Health Organization’s global tobacco ...

Aditya Kalra, Paritosh Bansal, Duff Wilson and Tom Lasseter | July 18, 2017, Tuesday


Why jobs growth no longer induces wage growth

Why jobs growth no longer induces wage growth

As the Fed’s continued tightening tends to suppress growth in emerging economies, US labor market may not be as strong as recent reports suggest....

Dan Steinbock | July 17, 2017, Monday


Pitfalls in the cities’ fight for top academics

Pitfalls in the cities’ fight for top academics

A FRIEND called me the other day and said in a melancholy voice that she was leaving Shanghai, the city she has called home for more than two years. With a master’s degree and a husband working as pharmaceutical ...

Ni Tao | July 17, 2017, Monday


G20’s harmony without Trump

G20’s harmony without Trump

O Freunde, nicht diese Töne! (Oh friends, not these sounds!), proclaimed the baritone in the stirring performance of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony to the G20 leaders in Hamburg last Friday evening. That ...

Jeffrey D. Sachs | July 14, 2017, Friday


Young Party members: star workers

Young Party members: star workers

Ask Shao Dongke what it means to be a member of the Communist Party of China (CPC), and he tells a story, not of famous revolutionaries, but of Liu Fang, his late grandmother....

July 14, 2017, Friday


 

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