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Slower GDP figures good for sustainable growth

China’s economic growth slowed to a five-year low of 7.3 percent in the third quarter, raising concerns of missed targets....

October 24, 2014, Friday

Australian cooperation in nabbing Chinese fugitives shows exhilarating breakthrough

CHINA’S anti-corruption blitz has achieved a global breakthrough.According to an earlier report, (“Australia helps catch China’s most wanted,” Shanghai Daily, October 22),...

Ni Tao | October 24, 2014, Friday

The best discoveries are often the least expected

The biblical story of Saul finding his kingdom by chance while searching for his father’s lost donkeys offers an important lesson for scientists. Instead of defining our research objectives narrowly,...

Abraham Loeb | October 23, 2014, Thursday

Chaotic urban expansion overstretches services, leads to crowds or ghost cities

Waking up on Monday morning, I decided to go to work by taking the Metro. I used to take bus line No. 49 because it stops near my home and my office,...

Li Xinran | October 23, 2014, Thursday

Scandals show urgency to save teachers

These days, with the beefed up fight against corruption, we are exposed to cases of official corruption almost daily....

Wan Lixin | October 22, 2014, Wednesday

Rule of law seen as key to China’s modernization

When elite members of the Communist Party of China (CPC) gather this week for a key annual policy-setting meeting, their presence alone will be enough to make history....

October 22, 2014, Wednesday

Real moves to lower carbon use in Asia

The landmark climate summit convened by the United Nations secretary-general last month in New York was unprecedented in terms of the participation of leaders,...

Shamshad Akhtar | October 21, 2014, Tuesday

Rationality required in debate of incest taboo

Last month, the German Ethics Council, a statutory body that reports to the Bundestag, recommended that sexual intercourse between adult siblings should cease to be a crime....

Peter Singer | October 21, 2014, Tuesday

School’s self-promotion on link to Nobel laureate shows angst over lack of winners

About two weeks ago, American chemist Eric Betzig was awarded the 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, together with German Stefan W. Hell and American William E. Moerner....

Ni Tao | October 20, 2014, Monday

Dangerously sick seniors often rejected as inpatients

Along a corridor in a local hospital in Shanghai were placed an array of ambulance beds. Each bed was separated by two curtains on either side, leaving room in between as a temporary ward....

Zhao Li | October 20, 2014, Monday


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