Opinion / World

China could benefit from kindness day

[2013-11-25 22:01]

Nov 13 was World Kindness Day, the kind of holiday people rarely hear about. Compared to neighboring holidays, this day is truly less appealing.

Effects of environmental changes on food and agribusiness

[2012-03-31 11:15]

Some important changes are taking place in the macro-environmental variables that are affecting and may affect companies operating in food and agribusiness.

London riot: What goes around comes around

[2011-08-11 15:17]

It seems odd that the British government would label their own people as thugs and gangsters when they used no guns during the riots, and yet they label the rebels in Libya, Egypt, and Yemen as freedom fighters, despite their widespread use of guns and other dangerous weapons.

Using psychological terms accurately

[2011-08-04 10:39]

A more recent China Daily editorial proposed that countries use relation therapy to heal "diplomatic schizophrenia". But this loose use of schizophrenia distorts its true definition.

Chinese reflect on Norway's mass killing

[2011-07-27 15:57]

While Norway has been stunned by the attacks and riveted by Breivik's paranoid and disturbing writings, Chinese scholars and average people alike are also pouring their thoughts on this tragedy.

Clinton's India visit reached no consensus on fighting terrorism

[2011-07-26 13:50]

India is back to singing and dancing just a week after three crude bombs killed 19 of its citizens in the financial hub of Mumbai. The occasion of this celebration was to greet one of the world's most powerful women, Hillary Clinton.

Apple mania leaves me with a sour taste

[2011-07-26 09:35]

Are gadgets like iPhones and iPads fast becoming part of our mind and body, extensions of ourselves? Is our craze for iPhones and iPads alike going a bit too far, too irrational?

Dismantling the once-great American universities

[2011-07-25 13:03]

Americans value higher education less and less and colleges are responding by offering easier-to-get degrees that will make American degrees worth even less. That appears to be a prescription that will doom American universities.

When good people experience bad things

[2011-07-21 16:22]

What shall we do when life really hurts? There are varying degrees of pain we often feel in response to situations inflicted upon us by other people.

Mumbai terror attack challenges India

[2011-07-15 12:12]

I was invited to speak at Peking University to a fresh group of Chinese students, ready to travel to India for a short-term internship.

What makes us tick

[2011-07-04 09:47]

Phil Zimbardo is one of the world's best-known psychologists. Over 200,000 students in China have used his textbook "Psychology and Life," which is now in its 20th edition.

China is doing a good job in Africa

[2011-06-17 12:36]

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton did not mention China by name, but any observer of international politics would recognize what Hillary Clinton was driving at when she warned of a creeping "new colonialism in Africa from foreign investors and governments".

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