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Time for US to ditch poisonous dog whistle of racism

MANY years ago, as a graduate student, I struggled with understanding how the average white person in the pre-civil war South could have been such an ardent supporter of chattel slavery when, after all, ...

October 24, 2017, Tuesday

Time for troubled West to discard bias over China’s achievements

I am following closely news about the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China....

October 20, 2017, Friday

Stories about ordinary characters help in reflecting the bigger cross-cultural picture

TERRY Branstad, an Iowa-governor-turned US ambassador to China, assumed office in Beijing earlier this year. Des Moines Register journalists Kyle Munson (a columnist) and Kelsey Kremer (a photographer ...

October 12, 2017, Thursday

The risks of a new world ‘economic non-order’

This week, when finance ministers and central bank governors from around the world gather in Washington for the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank, they will confront...

October 11, 2017, Wednesday

Tips for China to build national science lab: Set goals and let the scientists do their best

EDITOR’S Note: PETER Littlewood, a former director of the Argonne National Laboratory in the United States, spoke with Shanghai Daily reporter Zhang Ningning and certain other reporters during the Pujiang ...

October 10, 2017, Tuesday

Giving girls a better chance in lottery of life

In the lottery of life, being born female in a poor country places one at a double disadvantage....

September 25, 2017, Monday

Sharing China’s lessons on the bike-sharing boom

China has much to teach the world on bike-sharing.With rapid industrialization many mega-cities are faced with serious traffic problems: traffic snarls, congestion, carbon emitting vehicles, and hassles...

September 20, 2017, Wednesday

Counting what counts in development: the metrics do not always tell the whole story

To most people, “development” is best measured by the quantity of change — like gains in average income, life expectancy, or years spent in school....

September 19, 2017, Tuesday

Why Facebook’s AI glitch is scary for companies

The recent news that Facebook temporarily suspended its Artificial Intelligence (AI) program when the bots within this program started chatting to each other in a strange language only they understood,...

September 19, 2017, Tuesday

How Trump could rebuild a deeply divided America: Fix its infrastructure problems

In the United States today, with partisan polarization at record levels, there is still at least one policy goal on which there is broad consensus, not only among Republicans and Democrats, but also among...

September 18, 2017, Monday


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