In the latest "W.E. Talk", a column of China News Network，Martin Jacques, a British journalist, editor and world-leading expert on China joined the exclusive interview by Peng Dawei from China News Service.
The people-centered and selfless approach of the Communist Party of China (CPC) to achieving development and eradicating absolute poverty is worth learning for Pakistan and other countries, Pakistani experts said here Wednesday at a symposium.
The release of Huawei Technologies Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou is a great victory for China, said a French former business leader, as it was "really the first time" that a country stood up to the "long-arm jurisdiction of the United States" in such a way.
Climate change is a common challenge facing humanity, and requires a global response, said a Chinese envoy on Thursday at a Security Council high-level open debate on climate and security.
6G will reshape the world by enabling intelligent interaction between the virtual world and the physical world, and serving the intelligently connected society of all things, according to a renowned Chinese telecom expert.
China is willing to bring the origin-tracing work back to the right track of scientific cooperation, so as to jointly contribute to the ultimate victory of mankind over the pandemic.
The reported phone calls by the US chairman of the joint chiefs of staff to a Chinese military official highlight the need to "improve crisis management mechanisms" between the two nations' militaries.
The global realization of the right to development is far below expectation despite that the right to development is a universal and inalienable human right.
As the last American soldier left Hamid Karzai International Airport inKabul, Afghanistan on Monday, gunfire was heard in celebration of the withdrawal of U.S. military forces from the war-torn country.
Any potential U.S. Fed monetary policy changes would have a limited impact on China's policy, and China may have additional room to ease credit supply as the overall leverage level has declined, analysts said on Monday.
In the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, unscrupulous politicians in the U.S. continue to add a "political virus" to the scale, tilting the balance with lies and fallacies.
Acting on his order of May 26 that it do so within 90 days, the intelligence community of the United States is expected to deliver a report to President Joe Biden identifying China as the origin of the novel coronavirus.
Let science, not politics, speak on coronavirus origin
The United States' relentless push to make China the sole focus of COVID-19 international origin-tracing has become an integral part of Washington's evolving strategy to contain China's growth and influence, observers said.
Of course, the U.S. government can hear what they want to hear. But the truth will finally speak itself.
Amid global efforts in tracing the COVID-19 origins, the connection between the coronavirus and an outbreak of e-cigarette or vaping use-associated lung injury (EVALI) cases in the U.S. in August, 2019 has raised many concerns.
It is vital for Washington and Beijing to engage each other to avoid conflict, as splitting allegiances would be "very hard" for countries that wish to preserve ties with both powers, Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said on Tuesday.
CGTN think tank has released a global online opinion poll titled "Is virus tracing for COVID-19 politicized?", which was released on five global social media platforms (Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, VK, Weibo).
It came as a shock, the bombshell, that the World Health Organization (WHO) plans a second investigation into COVID-19's origins focusing on the Wuhan laboratory conspiracy theory.
The tracing of COVID-19 origins is supposed to be a task for scientists. Yet Western media have never stopped hyping speculations and smears against China.
As of July 23, approximately 10 million Internet users in China have endorsed the open letter calling the World Health Organization (WHO) to investigate the Fort Detrick biolab. The mystery of Fort Detrick remains unexplained and has been shrouded by suspicions for quite some time.
China has every right to be suspicious of the undue focus the West placed on the Wuhan Institute of Virology, a U.S. journalist has said, noting that biased investigations into and politization of COVID-19 origins would only lead to more questions than answers.
Amid a surge in confirmed COVID-19 cases in the United States, some U.S. politicians have continued to wantonly preach the so-called second phase study into the origin of the coronavirus in China rather than focusing on fighting the virus and saving lives in their own country.
The U.S. administration under Joe Biden has been proclaiming "America is back". But judging by what it is saying and doing, it is simply back to doing what has now become its new normal.
China cannot accept the World Health Organization's plan for a second phase of a study into the origin of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, as the plan's inclusion of probing the "laboratory leak" theory－a definitively dismissed possibility－disregards common sense and science, senior officials said on Thursday.
The Wuhan Institute of Virology has never engineered or leaked the novel coronavirus and no staff members have ever contracted the virus, a researcher from the institute said on Thursday.
Searching for the origin of viruses, including the novel coronavirus, is an extremely difficult and complicated undertaking prone to uncertainties, but one thing that's certain is that the quest should be underpinned by scientific evidence, not politically motivated speculation, experts said.
The overwhelming calls for justice made by more and more countries over COVID-19 origin-tracing work are in sharp contrast to the practice of certain countries that seek political manipulation, reject science and distort facts, Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said on Tuesday.
Some British politicians always shut their eyes to their own problems and point an accusing finger at other countries over so-called "human rights" issues.
China hopes that the World Health Organization (WHO) will adhere to the spirit of science, professionalism and objectivity, and work with the international community to maintain the scientific and serious nature of COVID-19 origin tracing, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian said on Monday.