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Passengers at Hankou Railway Station in Wuhan during Spring Festival.
Spring Festival Rush Reminds China That Out of Sight Is Not Same as Out of Mind

While the upcoming Spring Festival is a pleasant time for many, including the Chinese diaspora in the societies of developed countries, the annual occasion is of immense importance to China's multitude of migrant workers who can cherish an experience that many of us take for granted.

The People's Republic of China flag and the U.S. flag in Washington, D.C.
China Still the World’s Second Economy, But Growing Stronger Next to the U.S.

After Reuters confirmed that China is still the world's second-largest economy after the U.S. this week, the eastern powerhouse deserves recognition for continually developing relations with its Western counterpart.

Many experts see the proposed Internet reforms as determination on the part of China to push for an alternative to the U.S.-led world order.
World Looks to China in Davos But Now Send Protests to Beijing

The Chinese government's latest edict on domestic cybersecurity is an ongoing matter of discussion at the highest levels of business and government after a joint letter was sent to Beijing last month.

Actress Fan Bingbing starred in the 2014-2015 Chinese television drama, 'The Empress of China.'
Discussion of China’s TV Cleavage Ban Provides Historical and Cultural Lessons

After "The Empress of China" television series, also known as "The Saga of Wu Zetian," received some very specific cropping from national regulator the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television (SAPPRFT), it is difficult not to imagine the most vocal protesters as males.

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The proliferation of ads is to blame for the increased abortion rate among youngsters in China.
Too Many Abortion Ads and Too Little Human Reproduction Education for Chinese Youth

China’s increasing abortion rate raised apprehension among citizens, enough to question whether there is enough education about human reproduction to its youth or that there are too many painless abortion adverts in the country.

Animosity from first-borns toward their yet-to-be-born siblings has become a social dilemma in China.
First-Borns Become Shockingly Hostile Toward Yet-to-Be-Born Siblings

First-borns emit a surprisingly hostile aura towards their unborn siblings in a shocking twist in the Chinese family unit.

Students attend a graduation ceremony in Shanghai’s Fudan University.
Is the Ministry of Education’s Stand Against Western Values Enough?

Since President Xi Jinping assumed the top Beijing office in 2012, his eye has not wavered from the nation's education system--and the global media have been with him every step of the way.

U.S. President Barack Obama at the White House in Washington, Jan. 30, 2015.
Should Beijing Be Upset by Obama’s Breakfast Invitation to the Dalai Lama?

The U.S. National Prayer Breakfast is occurring this week at the White House, and political exile the Dalai Lama received an invitation from President Obama last week.

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn.
Sino-African Relations to Be Strengthened by 'One Belt, One Road'

Following Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's African trip in 2014, the Global Times' He Wenping made it clear on Thursday that the "world's richest continent" is well within the scope of President Xi Jinping's highly publicized "One Belt, One Road" initiative.

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China’s Former Glory to Be Found in the 'One Belt, One Road' Initiatives

A day after a cross-strait meeting between Taiwan and China, the Silk Road Economic Belt and 21st Century Maritime Silk Road strategic initiatives have received an unequivocal reaffirmation from a researcher based at the Institute of Law in Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences.

Doctors operate on a patient in Hefei, Anhui Province, Sept. 24, 2014.
China’s Organ Donation System Still Under the Spotlight

While parts of China proclaimed the eastern Asian nation's increasingly modern outlook this week, using the dominance of online entities like Alibaba and Baidu as evidence, the global medical community continues to scrutinize the country's organ donation and transplant system.

President Xi Jinping invited Prime Minister Shinzo Abe for the military parade in Beijing.
Chinese Writer Asks for Remorse from Japan to Avoid Future Conflict

If one is in any way unsure about the overall impact of historical events, Wai Haiqing's commentary for Xinhua, titled "Only genuine historical retrospection paves the way to future," provides an indication of how long the memories of both individuals and nations can be.

Chinse President Xi Jingping during a military parade.
China's World War II Military Parade: Flexing Might or Peace-Loving?

The Chinese government confirmed on Tuesday that China will hold a "grand military parade" in commemoration of the cessation of the Second World War.

China's contributions to the fight against Ebola have been lauded by the World Health Organization.
Chinese Women Contribute Greatly to Fight Against Ebola

Chinese women are showing to the world what they can do. According to a new report, women make up an integral part of China's aid efforts to countries inflicted with the Ebola virus, particularly the West African nations.

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