China Ex-Colonel: Europe’s Catastrophic Russian Problem
February 29, 2024
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Justin Yifu Lin:Observations on the Chinese Economy
January 18, 2024
On January 17th, the National Bureau of Statistics released data stating that China's GDP grew by 5.2% in 2023. For foreign media outlets that have been promoting the notion of "China's rise is about to peak" recently, the 5.2% growth rate truly leaves them with mixed feelings.
The Tragicomedy of Innovation I Personally Experienced
January 6, 2024
Many companies competed fiercely, some succeeded, while others were eliminated. However, for enterprises, there are no permanent winners, only perpetual innovators, and the same applies to the country.
After Neoliberalism, the Two Major Parties in the United States still cannot Find a Direction.
December 23, 2023
The traditional US coalitions of left and right face battles they were not set up to fight.
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The United States Is Unworthy of Him
March 1, 2024
Aaron Bushnell, a member of the U.S. Air Force, burned himself to death in front of the Israeli embassy in Washington D.C. , shouted“Free Palestine!”. Such people are precious to America. Their anger and despair stems from loving America deeply.
The Danger of History Unchecked in the Age of Misinformation: A Recent Debate in US Sinology
January 31, 2024
In this age of misinformation, if we allow our desire for the extraordinary to run unchecked, we will soon face a full blown “crisis of competence.”
How a ‘vulnerable’ China can resolve its Indian Ocean security dilemma
January 29, 2024
The best way to protect Chinese interests overseas is to blend them with the interests of others. Beijing does not need to look elsewhere for inspiration. Since 2008, Chinese flotillas have escorted some 7,200 ships transiting the Indian Ocean, including foreign ships. If the western Pacific Ocean is where China has to defend its sovereign rights, then the Indian Ocean looks more like a test ground for what a stronger China might mean for others.
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How Biden’s CHIPS Act Hurts TSMC?
March 1, 2024
Both Chinese mainland and Taiwanese chip manufacturers are facing the challenges of the CHIPS Act, making the global supply chain even more unstable than Biden's mental state.
2024: How Does China Overcome the US’ Chip Sanctions?
January 31, 2024
Gaps in knowledge often lead to polarized views - either people maintain blind optimism about China's ability to conquer the "chip" challenge, or express complete pessimism.
China Unveils the World’s First Hydrogen Engine Aircraft Prototype
January 29, 2024
The incoming debut of the hydrogen-powered aircraft at the 2024 AERO Air Show in Germany this April will mark a significant milestone for China's green aviation sector.
Graphene Chips: The Next Giant Leap in Computer Speed and Efficiency
February 17, 2024
In an unprecedented breakthrough, a Chinese-US research team has unlocked the potential of graphene, creating the world's first working semiconductor from this remarkable material. This innovation could catapult computing speeds beyond the realms of current silicon chip capabilities, marking a monumental leap in semiconductor technology.
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Will the real estate sector remain the driver of China’s economic growth?
We’ve chosen and translated competing ideas on the future of China’s economy & the role of the real estate sector from ten top Chinese economists