Opinion Columns

One man's meat

Wan Lixin Opinion deputy editor of Shanghai Daily

Email: wanlixin@shanghaidaily.com

Stray dogs in short supply as students rush in to walk them – at what risks?

There has been some media hype recently about a university’s innovative prescription for the city’s problem of stray dogs....

September 25, 2022, Sunday

Unilateral sanctions will worsen Ukraine conflict

Although some countries, led by the United States and some of its European allies, have announced round after round of sanctions on Russia for the Ukraine conflict, a closer scrutiny would reveal that...

March 14, 2022, Monday

Merkel’s political career deeply rooted in her upbringing

Angela Merkel, née Angela Dorothea Kasner, was born on July 17, 1954, in Hamburg, West Germany, where her father was a theology student and her mother a teacher of Latin and English. The family relocated ...

December 9, 2021, Thursday

Telling China’s stories, effectively

A number of experts were here to explore some of the challenges confronting the shaping of a more authentic and effective Chinese narrative in the changing world, with some envisioning new trends and opportunities...

November 26, 2021, Friday

Forum stresses BRICS cooperation

During a recent Shanghai Forum roundtable panelists stressed the need for growing post-pandemic cooperation among BRICS nations, to achieve improved global governance, reduction of disparities, and sustainable...

November 2, 2021, Tuesday

Look beyond Bob Geldof style in building a sustainable world

My interview with professor Michele Geraci started with a request for him to clarify what he meant by the “Bob Geldof” style of foreign aid....

October 22, 2021, Friday

Forum seeks to define role in the changing world

A recent forum sought to identify something definite in this age of uncertainties, from multiple perspectives of the state, society, the enterprise, and individuals....

October 22, 2021, Friday

Understanding cultures vital to mankind’s shared future

One important consensus emanating from the 9th World Forum on China Studies, which concluded yesterday, is how to foster an informed understanding of Chinese culture, which is of special significance given...

October 20, 2021, Wednesday

China’s success can help in the betterment of the world

Nearly 200 scholars from home and abroad participated in the ninth World Forum on China Studies in Shanghai. The two-day forum is an open, high-level platform that reflects on the latest trends and research ...

October 19, 2021, Tuesday

China walks the walk in honoring its green pledge

Some regions in China have experienced blackouts and brownouts recently, with the State Grid Corporation of China pledging to take comprehensive measures to ensure power supply to residents....

September 29, 2021, Wednesday


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