OPINION

Nesting at home is a simple sacrifice that's hard to screw up


The pandemic is not a violent war, but it is an emotional and mental battle no matter whether you are Chinese, American or Italian or any other nationality. Support one another heart to heart, mind to mind and spirit to spirit, together we will quell this crisis and meet together under the bright sunshine of a late summer day.

CIA is US govt's pawn to fabricate lies about China

All of these explain one fact: US politicians cannot accept that China has had a better control of the COVID-19 epidemic than the US does. After seeing that the US' death toll of the virus has surpassed that of China, their last psychological defense has collapsed.
Source: Global Times | 2020/4/2 16:43:40

Westerners should embrace use of masks: Global Times editorial

Masks can help prevent people from being infected. The suggestion is scientific and Asian countries have a lot of experience in this regard. However, excessive cultural confidence has hindered the US and European countries from giving due attention to the experience of their Asian counterparts.
Source: Global Times | 2020/4/2 20:33:40

West continues to smear China to deflect criticism over mishandling of virus crisis

Influenced by misleading reports and propaganda of Western media such as Le Figaro and some US media outlets, Westerners are becoming more and more prejudiced against China.
Source: Global Times | 2020/4/2 19:03:40

Nesting at home is a simple sacrifice that's hard to screw up

The pandemic is not a violent war, but it is an emotional and mental battle no matter whether you are Chinese, American or Italian or any other nationality. Support one another heart to heart, mind to mind and spirit to spirit, together we will quell this crisis and meet together under the bright sunshine of a late summer day.
Source: Global Times | 2020/4/2 18:43:40

China-bashing politicians should investigate US' failures in fighting virus

The COVID-19 epidemic is raging in the US, but Scott is still attacking China and the WHO instead of doing something useful to the US fighting against the virus. If he has so much spare time, he should have called for a Congressional investigation into the US CDC and other federal departments. Perhaps Congress should appoint him head of the inspection team.
Source: Global Times | 2020/4/2 13:18:40

US should focus on pandemic, not politics: Global Times editorial

The US should also stop its conflicts with China, creating conditions for cooperation between the two countries to fight the pandemic. China can provide the US urgently needed medical supplies, and the two countries can also effectively cooperate in vaccine development. China has already embarked on clinical trials for the coronavirus vaccine.
Source: Global Times | 2020/4/1 21:08:40

Political systems mean nothing in battling virus pandemic

Having infected more than 862,000 people worldwide and killed over 42,400 as of the press time, the deadly novel coronavirus has seemingly declared war on humanity. To win this likely arduous struggle, all people, regardless of nationality, race or belief, must stand in the same camp and fight side by side. Provoking internal conflicts in this critical “wartime” is no different from surrendering to the virus.
Source: Global Times | 2020/4/1 20:58:41

West's sense of superiority caused failure to act promptly

The West is trying to deflect blame, exacerbated by a mind-set which interprets disease outbreaks not as an inevitable aspect of the human condition, but something belonging to exotic, oriental and poorer nations.
Source: Global Times | 2020/4/1 19:48:40

Free market weakens US supply chain of much-needed medical supplies

Indeed, when we doff the tainted glasses of ideology, we can see that marshaling a country's economic and industrial resources to achieve a common goal is as essential as the temporary shelter-in-place policy that many of us are now abiding by. In an abnormal era, this is what we call the new normal.
Source: Global Times | 2020/4/1 18:13:41

Post-pandemic international relations could change for the better

The COVID-19 pandemic has so far swept the world and many countries have declared a state of emergency. The pandemic has had a tremendous influence on the entire world and people are already considering the impact it will have on international relations.
Source: Global Times | 2020/4/1 17:58:40

Post-pandemic world must close governance loopholes

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, all countries have to withstand the blow and get through the challenge as soon as possible. In the future, how to promote their governance system and enhance operation will be their priority. Where globalization heads depends on such resilience.
Source: Global Times | 2020/4/1 16:43:41

West should stop criticizing China and learn from its achievements

China has shared its experience, but many Western countries are just not willing to follow. When the pandemic is over, these countries will find that it was not China that had led to the severe conditions in the US and Europe, but their own wrong judgments and choices.
Source: Global Times | 2020/4/1 16:23:40

China's virus fight squares with shared future concept

China's fight against the novel coronavirus pneumonia, officially known as COVID-19, has continued to make headway. Traffic controls within Hubei have been loosened, and economic production and social activities have resumed. Education departments in some provinces are mapping out the beginning of the first semester in 2020 amid the improving epidemic situation. Yet people are still vigilant about another wave of infections in the country.
Source: Global Times | 2020/4/1 13:03:40

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