Opinion / Wang Hui

Duterte's visit offers chance to turn new page

[2016-10-20 08:00]

That the Philippines has finally seen through the US' hidden agenda in the South China Sea and is making efforts to mend fences with China is ready proof of this.

US should end playing role of world policeman

[2016-09-28 08:00]

Anders Fogh Rasmussen, former prime minister of Denmark and former secretary-general of NATO, contributed an article in The Wall Street Journal last week saying the United States should play the role of the world's policeman.

Suu Kyi's visit shows neighbors will continue to be friends in new era

[2016-08-24 07:36]

Myanmar's State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi wound up a five-day visit to China on Sunday. As the outside world is eager to know how the two neighbors will recalibrate their relations now that the Southeast Asian country has undergone a political transition.

US' actions are steadily eroding bilateral trust

[2016-08-03 07:54]

As Tung Chee-hwa has rightfully pointed out last month, a good China-US relationship is important to both economies and to the world at large. The ball is now in the US' court if it still wants cooperation, other than confrontation, to prevail.

Duterte can create conditions conducive to resolving disputes

[2016-07-27 08:00]

The Philippines should understand the ruling, which has cost the country tens of millions of US dollars, is nothing but a worthless piece of paper.

US focus has shifted from Middle East to the South China Sea

[2016-07-07 08:08]

The maritime disputes have nothing to do with the US, and there is no single case in which freedom of navigation has been impeded in anyway.

There's no need for Hong Kong-mainland tensions

[2016-07-18 06:59]

I came to work in Hong Kong at a sensitive moment: The somewhat tense atmosphere between this international cosmopolitan city and the mainland has been lingering for a while, drawing increasing concerns from people on both sides.

Fishing in troubled waters of no help to Australia

[2016-07-15 08:26]

At the end of one of the country's longest and closest elections in half a century, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull declared victory on Sunday. His stay in power could be a good omen for China-Australia ties, which gathered robust momentum after their historic free trade deal came into effect at the end of last year.

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