Opinion / Chen Weihua

Chen Weihua

Chen Weihua is the Chief Washington Correspondent of China Daily and Deputy Editor of China Daily USA. He has a particular focus on US politics and US-China relations.

Lobbyists erode politics in the US

[2014-04-10 08:33]

I have been asked by friends about the TV drama series, House of Cards. Certain plots do exist somewhere at certain times, but it would be wrong to generalize it as daily life on Capitol Hill and in the White House.

US spying on Huawei an undeclared invasion

[2014-03-28 07:39]

I am talking about an infiltration, codenamed Shotgiant, conducted by the National Security Agency into the e-mail servers of China's telecom giant Huawei Technologies.

Mrs Obama right to focus on education

[2014-03-21 08:06]

US First Lady Michelle Obama is visiting China to promote cultural exchanges and stress the importance of education, but no US news media outlets seem to have got this message.

Feinstein gives US a wake-up on spying

[2014-03-14 07:41]

Feinstein said that the CIA spying had broken the law and even violated the separation of power principles embodied in the US Constitution.

The two-faced stance of US on terrorists

[2014-03-08 08:40]

Many Chinese are indignant at the slow and reluctant response from the United States in condemning last Saturday's terrorist attack at the railway station in Kunming in southwest China's Yunnan province.

Courage needed for a country fit to live in

[2014-02-28 07:23]

The laws may have been there for years or decades, yet they are not strictly enforced, or not enforced at all. In fact, such lax enforcement has invited more rampant violations in the past decades.

Snowden a hero not a villain to many

[2014-02-21 07:06]

On Tuesday, Snowden was elected to serve as rector of the University of Glasgow, becoming the first US citizen to occupy that position in its 366-year history.

US still has a large plank in its eye

[2014-02-14 07:52]

The US, which is used to lecturing others, should do as much criticism as self-criticism, words that Medeiros should understand well as a China specialist.

Mr Abe, creating confusion can't change history

[2014-02-08 07:46]

As Japan's prime minister, Abe should take measures to clear all the confusion about Japan's military past to ensure that Japanese people do not repeat the shameful deeds of their forefathers.

US should face up to reality of China

[2014-01-24 07:13]

What is known is that China's rise has contributed greatly to the economic prosperity of not just the Chinese people, but people all over the world, including people in the US.

Poverty reduction remains a challenge for US

[2014-01-21 07:21]

Statistics show that 15 percent of Americans, or close to 50 million people, were living in poverty in 2012, according to US Censors figures.

US should eschew interventionist policy

[2014-01-10 07:47]

Military power and intervention cannot resolve conflicts or redress people's grievances. It's time the US formulated a new Middle East policy.

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