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Tough times for China's wind energy

The business of wind would appear to be a win-win situation for alternative energy investors, the Chinese government and domestic electricity consumers. Yet, some financial turbulence has blown into China's wind energy sector in recent months.

Scoops, pests and ping pong diplomacy

Sino-U.S. relations are complex and multi-faceted.The two countries are not allies, nor enemies. Relations change as issues emerge that generate tension.

China deeply involved in fighting poverty in Cote d'Ivoire

Most analysts have observed that China has been deeply involved in the fight against poverty on the continent besides African governments. China has also remained faithful on the side of the continent as witnessed in a number of initiatives that have been launched in various sectors.

China-Africa ties evaluated as essential partnership

The essential thing about China- Africa relations is about partnership, which is based on the principle of give and take, says Bola A. Akinterinwa, acting director-general of the Nigerian Institute of International Affairs.

Another half-hearted attempt to attack China's top health problem

Although China ratified the World Health Organization Framework Convention on Tobacco Control in 2005, the country has yet to ban smoking in public. As long as local governments realize enormous profits from the government-controlled tobacco industry, official attempts to change behaviors may prove fruitless.

Biden visit a welcome change

What will be the topics of the discussions between US Vice President Joseph Biden and top Chinese leaders? Is there hope for major improvement in Sino-US relations? As with any high-profile diplomatic initiative, many questions have been raised.

Panda diplomacy

Pandas have ever since been dispatched on similar goodwill missions to various cities, both east and west, regardless of beliefs or affiliations.

Seeing China in Times Square

China lacks creativity and inspiration and says very little to its targeted audience.

Are two children better than one?

More parents are choosing to have a second child, according to figures released by the Family Research Center at the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences.

Ghana newspaper calls for learning from China

A popular daily newspaper in Ghana has welcomed the readiness of China to share its agricultural and technological expertise with Ghana as part of its bilateral commitment to the West African country.