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Opinion Columns

One man's meat

Wan Lixin Opinion deputy editor of Shanghai Daily

Email: wanlixin@shanghaidaily.com

Students pay heavy price for private training

Chinese VIEWSLast Sunday, my 12-year-old son was invited to a birthday party for a girl in his class....

May 20, 2015, Wednesday

Looking back thousands of years to create politics for the future

From a very early age, some Chinese learn to develop a degree of cynicism towards politics, especially as a subject taught at school....

May 15, 2015, Friday

Steeped in history and culture, Yangzhou confronts modern life on its own terms

Last Friday and Saturday, I attended a ceremony in Yangzhou which marked the city’s founding 2,500 years ago....

May 13, 2015, Wednesday

Why making sacrifices for climate change gets a cool response

As China’s Q1 GDP growth slowed to a six-year low of 7 percent, there have been murmurs of unease....

May 1, 2015, Friday

Spread of mind-numbing twaddle makes case for tighter grip over cyberspace

CHINESE VIEWSIn a recent article, professor Zhang Guozuo reasserted the need to subject the Internet to guidance and control as a way to further the country’s ideological objectives....

April 29, 2015, Wednesday

Old story of wicked stepmother overlooks our aging society’s fear of loneliness

Recently my brother paid a visit to a family friend surnamed Zhang, whom we had lost touch with for many years....

April 22, 2015, Wednesday

Marshland city of Dafeng seeing fruit of its labor in creating green, sustainable future

Last week I went on a press trip to Dafeng, a city in the north of neighboring Jiangsu Province, to see first-hand its achievements in reconciling growth with environmental protection....

April 15, 2015, Wednesday

Angkor Wat toxic rubbish dump serves as monument to our reckless consumption

The Daily Mail recently published photographs of people, including children, picking through a toxic rubbish dump near a tourist center in Cambodia....

April 1, 2015, Wednesday

Whether in war or work, effective communications vital to outcome

In a long-standing relationship, you always have time to earn the trust of people around you, by delivering on your promise or through doing what is expected of you....

March 27, 2015, Friday

Australia seeks to deepen ties with China as it grapples with ‘systemic problems’

Q: There have been reports of Australia interest to join the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank as proposed by China....

March 24, 2015, Tuesday

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