Category Archives: Elsewhere on the Web
US, China success benefits whole world
7 November 2017 | Terry Branstad
The US and China each have a strong stake in the other's success. And when we succeed, the whole world benefits. ...
CPC speeds up modernization drive toward “great” socialist China
18 October 2017
Xi Jinping painted a particularly optimistic outlook for the future of the world's second-largest economy, promising a "great modern socialist country" by the middle of this century. ...
Wrong to rail against Dalai Lama for not condemning violence on Rohingya Muslims
13 September 2017 | Omair Ahmad
The Dalai Lama has multiple times condemned attacks on Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar, but people have turned to blame him, in one of the cases of moral blindness that is shocking in its idiocy ...
Xinhua Insight: Xi sails BRICS ship on epic voyage
5 September 2017
In stormy waters it is common for fishermen in southeast China to set out to sea in groups. Each boat has its own captain, but they will discuss fishing strategies when they return. ...
Arunachal Pradesh: Protest against the Tibetan Refugees is a shame
26 August 2017 | Suhas Chakma
Instead of condemning to introduce the Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy 2014 earlier in the state, a number of local organisations of Arunachal Pradesh opposed the implementation of the Policy. ...
China never backs down in defending sovereignty
17 August 2017
China's Foreign Ministry once again asked India to withdraw all its troops and equipment from Chinese territory, as the border standoff in the Doklam area approaches its second month. ...
Why is the Dalai Lama silent?
25 July 2017 | R K Sinha
This is the time when the Dalai Lama could and should pro-actively use his good offices and stature to appraise top leaders of the world about the current situation. ...
Why India-China Doklam standoff has a bright side too: Chinese media explains
24 July 2017 | FE Online
Even as Indian and Chinese soldiers are involved in a long standoff in the Doklam area of Sikkim, an article in Chinese state media, today said there is a “bright side” of the standoff too. ...
Nepal grants approval to Tibet Airlines to start Chengdu-Kathmandu route
15 July 2017 | Mu Xuequan
The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) has granted approval to China's Tibet Airlines to conduct four flights a day on the Chengdu-Kathmandu route. ...
Marco Polo, first Westerner to say that Tibet is part of China: Chinese scholar
22 June 2017
"Tibet is a big land where people have their own language and idolatry. But all of their affairs are under the management of the Yuan Emperor," wrote Marco Polo. ...