Opinion / Domestic Affairs

China should set up a Veteran's Day

[2010-02-26 14:39]

China should have such a day for elder warriors, at one moment of which day we can say 'thankful for ever' and hear them reply 'never regret'.

Control firecrackers, protect civil right

[2010-02-24 15:39]

The gaiety of the Spring Festival is welcome, but not the air and noise pollution. The celebration of the Lunar New Year is cherished, but not at the expense of others. Our right to a clean and quiet environment is always violated by fireworks during the festival.

Sister Phoenix suffers from Web hype

[2010-02-11 16:05]

About two weeks before the start of this year's Spring Festival, a young woman found quick fame. Luo Yufeng, 24, attracted attention after posting a high-profile advertisement for a boyfriend through various TV programs.

All that glitters is not gold

[2010-02-17 12:16]

As we lavish praises on Shen Xue and Zhao Hongbo for winning China's first-ever Olympic figure skating gold medal in Vancouver, we should not neglect the silver-winning pair of Pang Qing and Tong Jian anymore. Olympic history made on ice

More explanations needed on higher prices

[2010-02-11 15:45]

The possibility is very high that you will find that the prices of nearly everything are picking up nowadays. Why? The festival is coming.

It's time to go home

[2010-02-12 09:25]

We're counting down the days. The Spring Festival arrives; the time for family reunion is coming. We can't forget the anxiety while queuing in the wee hours to buy tickets; can't forget the joy of getting the expected tickets.

Catch the cat killer

[2010-02-11 10:12]

The link between cruelty to animals and violence against people is well established by law enforcement authorities in other countries.

Go, Chinese soccer

[2010-02-11 09:19]

Chinese soccer has never been short of drama, but for decades the drama has been related to scandals ranging from violence on the field to allegations of match-rigging and illegal gambling.

Liberate Panda from Politics

[2010-02-10 17:38]

In historical records, Panda diplomacy dates back more than a thousand years ago. In AD685, the female emperor Wu Zetian of China's Tang dynasty sent two pandas to Japan as a gift. This is the origin of Panda diplomacy.

A medical rule that becomes abreaction

[2010-02-08 17:19]

A Sina.com.cn survey showed that the new regulation - which allows the hospital to go ahead with an emergent operation without the consent from the patient's family members - failed to win a landslide approval from the public.

A letter to the Ministry of Railway

[2010-02-08 10:41]

I'd like to show my homage to your hard work to handle the Spring Festival transport, which is seen as the world's largest annual human migration.

The pain to get a train ticket

[2010-02-03 17:49]

Having been away from my hometown for six years, I made up my mind last week to go home this year for the all-too-important Spring Festival.