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.

Trip should unite, not divide Asia

[2012-11-16 08:04]

Instead of playing a divisive game, which is common in US politics today, Obama should pursue win-win relations with China.

Phew, the US election's finally over

[2012-11-09 08:04]

I have been in Chicago this week covering the presidential election in the United States. Chicago is US President Barack Obama's adopted hometown, so it's no surprise that the people I talked to at polling stations all said they voted for him.

Farewell to outdated infrastructure

[2012-11-02 08:03]

New York, New York, it's a wonderful town. But I never realized how fragile it was until Hurricane Sandy hit the Big Apple.

US must end shameful embargo

[2012-10-26 08:07]

There have been many talks and articles this week in the United States to mark the 50th anniversary of the Cuban missile crisis.

China bashing should soon subside

[2012-10-24 08:16]

US President Barack Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney blamed China for all the United States' troubles.

Honesty should be ticket to White House

[2012-10-19 07:22]

Fact-checkers in the United States have been busy after the second presidential debate on Tuesday evening at Hofstra University.

Blame-game players should apologize

[2012-10-12 08:10]

US President Barack Obama and the Republican candidate, Mitt Romney, both owe Chinese people an apology for their indecent use of fearmongering about the Asia nation in their campaigns.

United States blind to its own faults

[2012-09-22 07:52]

Many people believe that the beauty of the US political system is its ability to correct itself. Things going astray will ultimately be put right they say.

All that nonsense about outsourcing

[2012-09-14 08:07]

Last week at the Democratic National Convention, held in Charlotte, North Carolina, a woman peddling bumper stickers outside the event's venue shouted to passers-by: "Not Made in China".

Personal promotion and party zealots

[2012-09-07 08:07]

Seeing the US Democratic Party's national convention, I have been witness to a sort of cult of personality.

An end to the revival of hostilities

[2012-08-31 08:12]

A sharp contrast to the message put forth by three speakers are the words we hear from US politicians.

Witch hunt of Assange a shame

[2012-08-24 07:54]

It is now not certain if the foreign ministers from the Organization of American States who are meeting in Washington on Friday will support the political asylum that Ecuador has granted to Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, who has spent the last nine weeks in the Ecuadorean embassy in London.

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