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Transcending differences to build a lasting cross-cultural marriage

Transcending differences to build a lasting cross-cultural marriage

BEING a Canadian who is happily married to a Chinese lady, I am always asked by both my Chinese and foreign colleagues the same question: “Can Chinese and foreigners transcend their traditional and cultural ...

Sava Hassan | March 24, 2017, Friday


Better environment, better development

Better environment, better development

Work is under way on the creation of nine national parks across the country, with a combined area of nearly 170,000 square kilometers....

Li Laifang and Huang Yan | March 23, 2017, Thursday


Sustainable timber can help rebuild world’s forests

Sustainable timber can help rebuild world’s forests

HUMANKIND has always had a tricky relationship with forests. We depend on them to regulate the climate and rainfall, clean our air and water, sustain myriad species of plants and animals, and support ...

Justin Adams | March 23, 2017, Thursday


Time to reform money-oriented education

Time to reform money-oriented education

OVER the weekend I took a long walk with a neighbor we have known for many years. His son has shown early promise of academic brilliance, having been enrolled in a select class in a good junior middle ...

Wan Lixin | March 22, 2017, Wednesday


Contraction looms as trade falters, markets soar

Contraction looms as trade falters, markets soar

There is a deep chasm between US rebuff of G20 efforts to re-ignite trade and soaring markets....

Dan Steinbock | March 22, 2017, Wednesday


Without action to protect our underground aquifers, world will face parched future

Without action to protect our underground aquifers, world will face parched future

WE live on a parched planet. Farmers till arid pastureland, and policymakers fret over empty reservoirs, dry rivers and thirsty cities. And that only scratches the surface — literally — of the world’s ...

Yasmin Siddiqi | March 21, 2017, Tuesday


Employees on the wrong side of the balance sheet

Employees on the wrong side of the balance sheet

It happens all over the world and in every company....

Stéphane Garelli | March 21, 2017, Tuesday


Philosopher’s legacy is one at bringing people together

Philosopher’s legacy is one at bringing people together

ON JANUARY 1, Derek Parfit, one of the greatest philosophers of my generation, died. Just a year earlier, in a poll on a leading philosophy website, Parfit had been voted the most important living Anglophone ...

Peter Singer | March 20, 2017, Monday


In memory of communal rapport

In memory of communal rapport

DEAR Editor, It is discouraging to read of how individual­ism accelerated by urban distancing is also infect­ing China (“Even in time when everything is for sale, human connections will always be priceless,” ...

Greg Cusack | March 20, 2017, Monday


Don’t be duped by ‘objective’ data

Don’t be duped by ‘objective’ data

The “weapons of math destruction” alluded to are today’s omnipresent mathematical algorithms that use the voluminous personal data derived from individuals’ home addresses, occupations, purchasing history, ...

Greg Cusack | March 17, 2017, Friday


 

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