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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

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

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

Stereotyping Chinese as spitters is easy

Spitting, screaming and littering in public seem to be so patently characteristic of Chinese that many people may recall “absence of public spirit”...

Wang Yong | October 17, 2014, Friday

Ex-Aussie PM: Build trust in Sino-US ties

Q: What are your aims as part of the US-China research project you are leading at Harvard?A: Let me tell you what I am trying to do. All I’m trying to do is, number one, take seriously Xi Jinping’...

Ni Tao | October 16, 2014, Thursday

Return to traditional cultural root promises key to our rejuvenation

A couple of weeks ago Chinese President Xi Jinping attended an international seminar marking the 2,565th birth anniversary of Confucius, becoming the highest official ever to attend such a seminar....

Wan Lixin | October 15, 2014, Wednesday

French historian still thirsts for knowledge about Shanghai, lauds its rich archives

Q: Why are you infatuated with the history of Shanghai?A: I am infatuated with Shanghai because Shanghai used to have concessions, of which there is a voluminous literature. That’...

Ni Tao | October 13, 2014, Monday

Profit-driven media’s credibility hit by scandals, to be saved by values

Speculating about the future of newspapers in the digital age does not generally inspire optimistic sentiments, at least not for those still actively engaged in the “business.”In George Brock’s “...

Wan Lixin | October 10, 2014, Friday

Renewal of Confucian instrument qin offers hope for better Chinese values

In 1919, when many Chinese intellectuals abandoned Confucian values to embrace modern Western thoughts for a “better life,” about 30 aficionados of the seven-...

Wang Yong | September 26, 2014, Friday

Historian sheds new light on foreigners who fought in first Sino-Japanese war

THE tale of the eight foreigners who took part in the great naval battle during the first Sino-Japanese war (1894-1895) has fascinated Ma Jun for 20 years.Since 1995, the Shanghai-...

Ni Tao | September 25, 2014, Thursday


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