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The Pentagon has once again pointed accusing fingers at China, this time for what it claims was an "unsafe" intercept of one of its spy planes by two Chinese fighters over the South China Sea on Tuesday. The US has again defended its innocence by stressing the spy plane was flying in international airspace. Because the two militaries have agreed upon a code of conduct to control risks and to deal with unplanned encounters at sea and in the air, the event will probably end up as just another footnote in the history of the perennial cat-and-mouse game on China's doorstep. Reports indicate the US conducts more than 1,000 spying missions close to China's borders each year, more than the annual number of spying missions it conducted against the Soviet Union during the Cold War.
Yet it insists it is the wronged party and that it has no intentions of trying to contain a rising China.
US saber rattling in the South China Sea has intensified in recent years, particularly after Washington announced its "rebalancing to the Asia-Pacific". Thanks to its military and economic supremacy, the US has assumed the role of rule-setter worldwide. While more communication is needed between the two militaries to ensure that their militaries' air and sea encounters are safe, the safest bet for regional peace and stability is the US reduces, minimizes and finally ends its flagrant spying on China. To peep into other's courtyard uninvited is at best impolite; to criticize the host for objecting to such behavior compounds the injury. In a recent clarification to domestic and foreign media on its stance on the case submitted by the Philippines to the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague on its territorial dispute with China in the South China Sea, China's Foreign Ministry emphasized that the court has no power of jurisdiction over what is fundamentally a sovereignty case and its ruling has no legal force. China News Weekly and National Interest recently published a co-signed article by Fu Ying, a senior official in China's top legislature, and Wu Shicun, an expert on South China Sea studies, which pointed out the various provocative moves made by the United States under the pretext of stopping "China's expansion" have only spurred China's stronger determination to safeguard its national interests.
While the US with its ingrained "exceptionalism" defies the constraints of international rules, it demands other countries accept these rules. Under the universally recognized "sovereignty exclusion" principle, China has the right to refuse the Hague court's arbitration.
Despite the ray of hope offered by a change of Philippine president, whether or not Rodrigo Duterte will be able to extricate his country from the influence of the US when he takes office remains to be seen.
Particularly, how to tackle the South China Sea dispute from a Philippine perspective rather than from the perspective of coordinating with the US' "rebalancing to the Asia-Pacific" strategy will put the political wisdom and capability of the new Philippine leader to the test.
A MAN WAS seen continuously beating a 10-year-old boy in a street in Jiulongpo district, Chongqing, in southwestern China.
Before they knew the boy was the man's son, some bystanders tried to stop the man hitting the boy. Domestic violence harms minors physically and mentally and damages the dignity of a family, especially as it is women and children who are the victims. On March 1, the Law on Domestic Violence came into effect, it not only gives government agencies above the county level the right to intervene to protect women and children; it also extends special protection to the victims. The law is designed to protect the rights of women and children within the family, and to prevent domestic violence from being tacitly condoned by being considered an internal family problem rather than a social issue. STUDENTS AT A PRIMARY SCHOOL in Fuzhou, East China's Fujian province, were reportedly required to clean the school toilets to "help them nurture good habits". For some of the pupils and their parents, who strongly opposed the idea of their children cleaning the school's toilets, the school is supposed to provide students with a proper education, not the opportunity to be school cleaners. But they fail to see the benefits of youngsters collectively doing such chores, which have great potential to instill in teenagers a sense of responsibility and a do-it-yourself mentality. In fact, parents, schools, and society as a whole, play an equally important role in developing the character of youngsters. In recent years, parents tend to make mountains out of molehills when it comes to non-academic activities in schools. As a result, many elementary schools, especially those in big cities, do not allow students to take part in outdoor activities during breaks, fearing that they might get hurt. What the primary school in Fuzhou is doing to enrich the students' in-school experience, as well as their efforts to carry forward the practice when challenged by a number of parents, are therefore praiseworthy. The kids who are "required" to clean the school toilets and their parents will thank the school later for teaching them the spirit of rules and teamwork. AFTER SHANGHAI Disneyland Resort began its trial opening on May 7, some of the visitors complained online about the high food prices inside the theme park. Beijing Youth Daily holds a different view and said the resort will have to adjust its food prices in order to welcome more low- and middle-income visitors.
Market-oriented reforms over the past 38 years have created an economic miracle for China, but they have also left many vulnerable groups behind. The solution is rooting out corruption and making the market fairer, while providing ample social welfare to the vulnerable. Brexit supporters claim that Britain could strike its own special deal with the EU, cherry picking the provisions it likes. The author, a former economic adviser to the president of the European Commission, is a visiting senior fellow at the London School of Economics' European Institute and the author of European Spring: Why Our Economies and Politics are in a Mess - and How to Put Them Right.
However, the bottleneck in China's domestic tourism market is now none other than its "inadequate, dirty and chaotic" toilets.
That was why, the CNTA launched a nationwide three year "Tourism Toilet Revolution" in January 2015, with the goal of building and reconstructing 57,000 public toilets by the end of 2017. There is no doubt the Chinese government has the capability to deliver any ambitious infrastructure commitment quickly. That could be remedied by following the "ABC" rule, namely architecture, behavior and cleaning.
First of all, public toilets have to be user-friendly to a wide variety of people of both genders, from mothers with babies to kids and adults, as well as the elderly and disabled. Clean toilets also require the professionalization of cleaners, facility managers, and owners. The ancient Chinese had a culture of recycling excreta into fertilizers and this practice created plenty of toilet designs that facilitated the manual collection of excreta especially in rural areas even today.
Now, with the past 30 years of rapid economic growth, Chinese people enjoy quality lifestyles in almost every aspect. Jack Sim is founder of the World Toilet Organization and visiting fellow at the Institute of Water Policy from the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore.
London black cab drivers are famous for learning "the knowledge" so that they can prove they know how to take a passenger the quickest route from A to B and, of course, their taxi vehicles are expensive to buy but very spacious, reliable and fit for the purpose.
There have always been some alternatives to licensed cabs such as pre-booked airport pick-up services but such companies cannot legally "ply for hire" in the street. For some visitors it seems to have increased the number of taxis with green lights on display that speed by rather than stopping because they are responding to an app booking. Clearly there is still work to be done to establish the long term role of this game changer.
The author is an economist and director of China Programs at CAPA - The Global Education Network, which cooperates with East China Normal University in Shanghai.
With the US government now refusing to engage directly with the DPRK, Trump's words have made major headlines in the United States.
China's Foreign Ministry has generally remained cool in the face of the frequent outrageous rhetoric regarding China by US presidential candidates. China has been long pushing for a direct engagement between Washington and Pyongyang to defuse the growing tension on the Korean Peninsula. In February, State Department spokesman John Kirby confirmed that the US rejected the DPRK's proposal to discuss a peace treaty to replace the 1953 Armistice agreement, citing the DPRK's lack of sincerity in dropping its nuclear program. Instead, the US has increasingly relied on economic sanctions and shows of force, such as its frequent military drills with the Republic of Korea aimed at the DPRK, something that further justifies the DPRK's concerns for its own national security.
Such a US approach, however, has repeatedly proved to be a failure, with the DPRK continuing its nuclear and missile program despite the continued US pressure and threat. Yet the failure of its approach has not made the US try some thing new, such as offering the DPRK security assurance by replacing the armistice with a peace treaty. In his 2010 book How Enemies Become Friends: The Sources of Stable Peace, Charles Kupchan, a former US government official now a Georgetown University professor, argues that diplomatic engagement with a rival is crucial to rapprochement between adversaries.
NASA Administrator Charles Bolden noted in a seminar at the Brookings Institution on May 9 that if you want bad people to become good people, you've got to engage them.
That is how China and the US have been dealing with each other since July, 1971, following Henry Kissinger's secret trip to Beijing. Still, given the more than 90 dialogue and consultation mechanisms between the two countries, it's abundantly clear that they have to do an even better job in managing differences, such as through more meetings between the top leaders and more effective dialogue at the annual Strategic and Economic Dialogue, this year to be held in Beijing next month. It would be hard to imagine how the US and the DPRK can handle their stark differences without even one dialogue mechanism and with no diplomatic relations.
Understandably, a brief single meeting is unlikely to achieve something significant or resolve major issues. After the election reform package proposed by the government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region fell through in June last year, many members of the opposition camp have remained agitated and expressed their cynicism about almost everything the government is doing in the SAR. The participation of four Hong Kong legislators representing the major political groups in the city's opposition camp in Wednesday's meeting with Zhang, who chairs the National People's Congress Standing Committee and oversees Hong Kong affairs, suggests the welcome return of reason and pragmatism within the opposition camp - at least as far as the mainstream of the opposition is concerned. This is of paramount significance to settling any controversy regarding any issue in the SAR, particularly those affecting its future development. Only with reason and pragmatism can the members of Hong Kong's opposition camp engage in constructive discussion on any issue regarding the SAR's future.
More importantly, in demonstrating their willingness to communicate with and present their views on significant issues regarding Hong Kong's future development with the top legislator, the opposition leaders have recognized that the central authorities in Beijing too have a stake in the success of Hong Kong, over which it has constitutional rights and responsibility under the principle of "One Country, Two Systems". Indeed, a meeting with Zhang is a great opportunity, by any measure, for them to present their views on local issues to the central authorities. After all, what better channel or opportunity is there than directly conversing with the top official in charge of the country's constitutional affairs for that purpose? There might not have been enough time for the attendees to present all their points at the 40-minute meeting.
It is to be hoped it heralds further dialogue that can bring Hong Kong together in pursuit of a common future. As part of the increased interaction in the run-up to May 20 when Taiwan's leader-elect Tsai Ing-wen is scheduled to take office, US Secretary of State John Kerry reiterated to Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi in a telephone conversation on Monday that the United States' stance remains unchanged and Washington will not support "Taiwan independence". Since its establishment of diplomatic ties with the Chinese mainland, the US has maintained essentially quasi-official political, economic and military relations with Taiwan.
Concerned that Tsai's predecessor Ma Ying-jeou's policy was too "pro-mainland", the US demonstrated a strong preference for Tsai's pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party during the island's election.
A recent report by the Center for Strategic and International Studies, an influential US think-tank, even proposed the US government demand the Chinese mainland allow Tsai to use "equivocal terms" regarding the 1992 Consensus to show a more flexible attitude toward the island. Washington's DPP-tilted approach may be because it wants to play the "Taiwan card" against the Chinese mainland in the context of the strategic competition emerging with Beijing in the South China Sea, and its perception that cross-Straits peace would not be sabotaged if Tsai does not directly challenge the one-China principle.
The US undoubtedly underestimates the possibility of DPP pursuing "Taiwan's independence", which risks destroying Washington's skillfully employed "neutral and balanced" policy toward the two sides of the Taiwan Straits. A MINOR IN WENZHOU, East China's Zhejiang province, recently told the media that he was sexually assaulted in prison last year. In order to build rule of law, we need to break the taboos and ensure there are legal solutions to such hidden problems. Last September, an amendment to the Criminal Law was passed by the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, China's top legislature. Before that, Zhang Datong, a middle school teacher in Shanghai municipality, was found to have sexually violated male middle school students for 20 years but was not found guilty of committing any crime. If the prison officers knew of the assaults but failed to curb them, they should be held accountable for neglecting their duty.
When males are sexually assaulted, they suffer psychological and physical wounds, too, and that's why the 2015 amendment to the law is to be applauded.
FOLLOWING THE INAUGURATION OF the United States' first antimissile defense system on European soil in Romania on May 12, NATO has begun building a second one in northern Poland. It is no exaggeration to say that the nuclear contest between major powers, including the US and Russia, has reemerged in East Europe and East Asia, which poses a challenge to world peace. As a result, the Washington-backed system was temporarily suspended after US President Barack Obama assumed power in 2008. The truth is, it was already deployed in East Europe before the P5+1 Iran nuclear deal was reached last summer, to "protect the US and Europe from Iran's possible attacks". The just activated antimissile defense system in Europe, which the US claims is part of a global antimissile defense system and is not aimed at destroying Russia's nuclear missile potential, will undoubtedly deal a major blow to the current strategic balance. Despite globalization and the free trade and cultural exchanges that have followed it, military might still plays a central role in balancing the major power relationships. It is noteworthy that Washington's deployment of the antimissile defense system has been welcomed by some East European states, which are now at the forefront of NATO's confrontation with Russia. JAPAN HAS denied allegations of bribery in Tokyo's bid to host the 2020 Olympics, after French investigators found a total of 230 million yen ($2 million) had been transferred into the account of a Singaporean company owned by ex-IOC member Lamine Diack between July and October 2013. If the allegations prove true, it would be a major scandal that would not only damage Japan's image but also cast a shadow over the Olympic Games. Istanbul, which lost out to Tokyo, is now complaining that the failure of its bid was because it did not give money to influential IOC members.
Her choice, be it advocating the one-China principle or equivocating about the consensus in fresh pursuit of the island's "formal independence", will mark a turning point in cross-Straits relations. That Tsai has stressed the need to "preserve the status quo" in cross-Straits ties while avoiding questions about her stance on the 1992 Consensus (under the name of respecting Taiwan people's decision), indicates that she is inclined to take the second path, as much as she craves and needs the dividends of the eight-year-long peaceful exchanges. On its part, the mainland will not give up persuading the DPP to adhere to the 1992 Consensus, but it has also prepared for the worst-case scenarios, which are very likely to happen given Tsai's long-time advocacy of "independence" as well as her latest equivocal remarks.
Taiwan's participation in the upcoming World Health Assembly from May 23 to 28 in Geneva as an observer, to a point, will offer an indication of whether the island's new leadership takes the 1992 Consensus seriously.
The one-China principle, that both the mainland and Taiwan are parts of one China, has been widely recognized among the international community and is also reflected in the UN General Assembly Resolution 2758. The principle stands on firm legal ground at home and abroad and has been made clear even in Taiwan's "constitution". Claiming that Taiwan's participation in the WHA has nothing to do with the one-China principle, the DPP has attempted to make a mountain out of a molehill.
True, the timing is a bit delicate because the island was invited to the meeting under the Kuomintang's eight-year rule, and will be represented by the pro-independence DPP in Geneva a week later. Such being said, should the DPP representatives seek to challenge or protest against the principle in Geneva, the party's promise to maintain the status quo will be seen as being no more than lip service to the voters that favor it. He said, the Chinese medical team is familiar with the relevant techniques and the first patient to undergo such an operation will be Chinese. We are not sure whether the surgery is as mature as he suggests and whether a head transplant would succeed.
More importantly, if most medical professionals strongly oppose such an operation but the doctor still insists on doing it, and the patient dies, what responsibility will the doctor bear?
Many argue that the law should be more tolerant of medical developments and experiments are needed to realize medical progress.
Another problem is the legal aspects of such an operation: Where will the body used for the operation come from? Even if some healthy person promises to donate his or her body after their death, and even if the surgical operation succeeds and the donated body and the transplanted head combine into a new person that only raises more issues. More importantly, do the relationships of either person, such as marriage and blood relationship, continue? An obvious issue is, whatever the new person's legal identity is, he or she cannot have two spouses at the same time. Reports say that the initial candidate for Canavero's head transplant operation is Valery Spiridinov, a Russian scientist who has Werdnig-Hoffman disease, a rare genetic disease that gradually wastes away muscles. The ethical problems are so big that even Professor Ren Xiaoping from Harbin Medical University in northeastern China's Heilongjiang province, who is said to be the main co-worker of Canavero in China, said they must solve the ethical problems first.
Actually, there are ethical problems with many other medical technologies, too, such as human assisted reproductive technology, namely human clones or surrogate births. Duterte needs to ally the fear in the US that his presidency will lead to the cooling of Philippine-American relations, considering his nasty remarks against the US during his election campaign.
Because the Philippine Supreme Court has declared the constitutionality of the Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement, Duterte has committed to the inevitable implementation of the EDCA. So it seems the Duterte presidency will depart from the excessive pro-US stance of his predecessor President Benigno Aquino III. While Duterte seriously values the Philippines' long-standing security alliance with the US, he seems to be more enthusiastic about repairing the Philippines' damaged political ties with China. Duterte prefers the exploration of peaceful options to address the Philippines' South China Sea disputes with China. Although the Permanent Court of Arbitration at The Hague will soon announce its decision on the Philippine's unilateral arbitration case against China, Duterte seems to be more interested in pursuing a policy of accommodation with China than forcing the issue of international arbitration. The Duterte presidency, however, must be wary of the effect of excessive accommodation of China just to get investments, improve trade, boost tourism, and revive development assistance.
Duterte's presidency should stick to a foreign policy of hedging by continuously enhancing the Philippine's defense alliance with the US while resolutely improving its political ties with China.
The author teaches at the department of international studies at Miriam College, the Philippines, and is the director of the Center for Intelligence and National Security Studies (CINSS), Chairman of the Philippine Institute for Peace, Violence and Terrorism Research.


At a meeting of the Central Leading Group for Financial and Economic Affairs on Monday, President Xi Jinping particularly stressed efforts to expand the middle-income group and improve the income distribution mechanism. This newly-found sense of urgency to further increase the number of middle-income workers is surely related to the role that consumption is now playing in ensuring the stable, moderate growth of the world's second-largest economy. Although China's economy expanded by only 6.7 percent year-on-year in the first quarter of 2016, the slowest since early 2009, indicating considerably strong headwinds, it is fairly reassuring, if not surprising, to see the rapid rise of consumption as a leading growth engine while traditional growth drivers such as investment and exports are losing steam. Since all the domestic measures to address overcapacity in many traditional industrial sectors will take time to bear fruit and the global trade will not regain its growth momentum any time soon as the world economy struggles under international financial and political uncertainties, it is reasonable for Chinese policymakers to double down on stronger consumption-led growth to avoid an unexpected hard landing.
Recently, there has been talk of China's economy tending towards L-shaped growth as deep-rooted problems persist and new challenges emerge, including shrinking private investment, the real estate bubble, industrial overcapacity, non-performing loans, local government debt and financial market risk. By ruling out the possibility of a quick and strong recovery, such a sober view has actually raised the question of how the country can manage to overcome the middle-income trap after more than three decades of double digit growth.
While rising income levels have eroded the international competitiveness of many small- and mid-sized economies to slow their growth, a significantly enlarged middle-income group might be the Chinese answer to this global development challenge.
In spite of the lack of a clearly-defined criterion for middle income in this country, the fact that Chinese travelers have made around 120 million overseas trips in 2015, up 12 percent from the year before, will at least provide a glance at the huge potential of a certain part of the country's middle-income group.
With a population of 1.3 billion, no one should expect the number of global-trotters from China to peak soon as the country's middle-income group is just set to expand. Instead of regarding rising income levels for a larger number of Chinese workers as merely a burden on enterprises in this country, Chinese policymakers should realize that a better income distribution mechanism to ensure a larger share of the overall economic pie for the majority of workers will help sustain economic growth in the long run. On one hand, a substantial increase in the number of middle-income families will give a lasting and powerful boost to consumption-led growth.
In this sense, the middle-income level will not necessarily be a trap but rather a bridge to China's long-term growth. As China's top legislator pointed out soon after his plane landed in Hong Kong on Tuesday, one of the purposes of his visit was to bring people in the special administrative region the best wishes of the central government. He conveyed the "warm regards" of President Xi Jinping to people of Hong Kong and said he brought "the care of the central government and all Chinese people". From the guarantee of stable food supplies to Hong Kong in the 1950s and the pumping of fresh water from East River to ease Hong Kong's water shortage since the 1960s, to the introduction of the Individual Visitor Scheme in 2003 to invigorate Hong Kong's faltering economy following the SARS epidemic, the central government has continually demonstrated its care and concern for the people of Hong Kong. Zhang Dejiang, chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, is the highest-ranking official to visit the special administrative region since 2012, when former president Hu Jintao came to preside over ceremonies marking the 15th anniversary of the return of Hong Kong to the motherland. Zhang is on a three-day inspection tour of Hong Kong, and said he had come to "observe, listen and speak". He will certainly seek to observe first-hand the current situation in the special administrative region - his trip is an inspection tour after all. And, among other occasions, he will speak at a Belt and Road Summit on Wednesday, outlining a clear picture of the initiative and the role Hong Kong can play in it.
The special administrative region has immense experience in foreign trade and is equipped with financial services expertise that will certainly enable it to fully contribute to the initiative, thereby finding the way forward for its currently troubled economy. But listening is equally important on Zhang's agenda, and he is putting an emphasis on listening to the recommendations and requirements Hong Kong residents have about implementing the cardinal principle of "One Country, Two Systems".
He said he intends "to listen to all sectors of society", and he will speak with lawmakers, including some from the "pro-democracy" camp, political, business and community leaders in Hong Kong. Whoever speaks with him should take full advantage of this opportunity to present to the NPC chairman their aspirations for the development of the SAR.
Cross-Straits relations are facing a testing time as May 20, when Taiwan's top leader-elect is scheduled to take office, draws near.
Although Tsai Ing-wen, also head of the pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party, has claimed that her administration will try to maintain the cross-Straits status quo, there are few indications that her inauguration speech will mention the 1992 Consensus, which has been the foundation for improving cross-Straits ties.
Further fueling worries that relations will deteriorate is the recent attempt by some DPP lawmakers to amend the island's referendum law, in a bid to drastically lower the threshold for an island-wide referendum and enlarge the scope of issues that can be put to a public vote to include "sovereignty" and cross-Straits agreements. If adopted by the island's top legislature, the amendment would risk crossing the bottom line set by the mainland to fight secessionist activity on the island.
Die-hard separatists have long seen the current bill as an obstacle to their pursuit of de jure "Taiwan independence", because it excludes referendums on sensitive issues such as changing the island's name, "anthem", flag and "constitution". An amendment would give them a free hand to push the envelope as they challenge the one-China policy.
The separatists are playing a dangerous game by seeking to push forward their secessionist cause in this way.
Overseas mergers and acquisitions by Chinese enterprises are an increasingly evident trend. Domestic investors welcome such moves because that might enhance the position of domestic companies in the global value chain, and produce further dividends for them. A report by PricewaterhouseCoopers shows that companies listed in the A-share market played a major role in overseas M&As last year, making 121 deals, about 60 percent of the total. Such M&As benefit all involved, but there is a risk they might create a bubble in the stock market. If such a bubble does emerge and then bursts, that might lead to a plunge in the stock market and consequently a chain reaction that would be disastrous for all. AN INCREASING NUMBER OF CHINESE HEPATITIS C PATIENTS reportedly travel to India to buy cheap generic drugs for their treatment, instead of buying such medicines manufactured at home.
That India has become the "global pharmacy" has a lot to do with both its patent law and the high quality of its generic drugs. On the one hand, the country allows local pharmaceutical companies to produce generic drugs before the original drugs' patents expire and even export these generic drugs overseas.
On the other hand, Indian pharmaceutical factories, less than 120 of which are certified by the United States' Food and Drug Administration, are able to make generic drugs that are almost as effective as the originals which have to pass a series of trials before entering the market. In comparison, the generic drugs made in China are not as effective; some may even provoke allergic reactions and other side-effects. Admittedly, Chinese pharmaceutical companies face tougher restrictions when it comes to the mass production of generic drugs under the country's law for patent protection. As a result, some Chinese medicine makers even use the generic drugs on sale as a reference and produce their own.
The Good Manufacturing Practice, which was adopted by China in the 1990s, has also failed to improve the quality of Chinese generic drugs due to the insufficient implementation and loose regulations, dealing a major blow to market share. It is thus time for the Chinese food and drug authorities to streamline the quality control of domestically made generic drugs, in a bid to put an end to the poorly regulated pharmaceutical market.
MONDAY marked the 50th anniversary of the beginning of the "cultural revolution" (1966-76). China has learned its lessons from the decade of tumult between 1966 and 1976 and is now determined to avoid any social unrest that would disrupt national progress.
Since introducing the reform and opening-up policy more than 30 years ago, the nation has been growing stronger and stronger and people's living standards have been improved markedly.
The historical lessons from the "cultural revolution" must be firmly kept in mind in this context.
The Chinese people have never been so close to realizing the goal of the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation. The Party and the public should beware repeating historical mistakes and dispel all disturbances to ensure the goal is achieved. While the initiative was announced in 2015, its foundations were laid as early as the 1960s with the "air corridor", "The Karakoram Highway", and later the construction of Gwadar Port.
Apparently an energy and economic corridor, it is in fact a framework for holistic development. While the Belt and Road Initiative, the Silk Road Economic Belt and 21st Century Maritime Silk Road, is a pivotal strategy for China, President Xi Jinping's vision is not confined to creating a trade route, but a community of "shared interests, fate, and responsibilities".
Once the project was announced, the first task, at the operational level was to develop a consensus on what the CPEC would involve and its various components, such as the mechanisms for regular consultations, the cooperation modes and how it would be financed. Looking back on the project's first year, one finds that not only a deep understanding on essential issues has been reached, a lot of development on the ground has also commenced. As to the security aspect, a Special Security Division has been established in Pakistan for the CPEC.
However, a pertinent question often raised in light of the political and diplomatic landscape of the region is with so much bilateral, regional and global significance attached to the project, will it not face any counter-moves by adversaries of the two countries?
At the same time as progress has been made on the ground, the interest and attention being given to CPEC at the highest level by the two countries' leaderships ensure that effective and timely notice will be taken to counter all negative moves. Flooding is caused not only by heavy rainfall, but also the inadequate infrastructure that fails to channel the water away. However, most of them are simply strengthening the pipes, which is only one of the necessary measures. Even in Beijing, the pipes are only designed to cope with the severity of rainstorms that occur only once every one to three years. In developed countries, the pipes are designed to cope with rainstorms of a severity that happens only once in five to 10 years. Second, it is also necessary to establish natural "sponges" by preserving more green areas to enhance the capability of cities to absorb water.
These flood-prevention measures can be combined with the ongoing process of smart city construction. With the help of modern technology, it is now possible to do more precise weather forecasts for small areas within a short time range.
Various departments of the government also need to better coordinate with each other, so that when a flood does occur, they can react in a timely manner to prevent it from doing too much damage.
The author is head of and a senior researcher at the Planning Institute of the China Center for Urban Development. During his meeting with his ROK counterpart Park Geun-hye on the sidelines of the fourth Nuclear Security Summit in Washington on March 31, President Xi Jinping said China attaches great importance to the relationship with the ROK and always makes it a priority in China's neighborhood diplomacy. Xi said China and the ROK should maintain the momentum of high-level interactions, make use of the existing mechanisms of strategic communication, accommodate each other's major concerns, and respect each other's sovereignty, security and development interests. In recent years, the frequent high-level interactions between the two countries have laid a solid foundation for deepening mutual understanding and strategic mutual trust. On December 20, the China-ROK Free Trade Agreement formally took effect, paving the way for bilateral cooperation and exchanges in a much wider range of fields. So far, the two sides have already cut tariffs twice, bringing greater benefits for businesses and consumers in both countries. Obviously, there are a lot of similarities in Seoul's Eurasia Initiative and Beijing's Belt and Road Initiative as they share the same goal of linking each country with the rest of the world.
Statistics show the two-way trade volume in 2015 was $227.3 billion, and China is the world's single largest importer of ROK's goods, accounting for nearly one-fourth of its total outbound shipments. The bilateral trade pact is driving the comprehensive integration of the two economies and contributing to regional integration and economic recovery in the world at large.
Also noteworthy is Beijing and Seoul have been jointly pushing for the revival of China-Japan-ROK trilateral ties since last year and accelerating their efforts to negotiate a trilateral FTA with Japan. Efforts in this regard have helped ease tensions in the region, which saw ties strained between Beijing and Tokyo, and Seoul and Tokyo due to Japan's revisionist stance on history and its move to nationalize some of China's Diaoyu Islands in the East China Sea in 2012.
The China-ROK FTA and the trilateral FTA negotiations deepen strategic cooperation and contribute to rebuilding an economic and political order in East Asia which shores up peace and development.
On the other hand, the recent flare-up of tensions in Northeast Asia in the wake of Pyongyang's nuclear test and missile launches has provoked widespread concern. Thus both countries are seeking to promote peace and stability on the peninsula and realize its denuclearization. Pyongyang's ambition to pursue nuclear capabilities and Seoul's military alliance with the United States lurk behind the rosy picture of bilateral interaction between Beijing and Seoul. What is astounding about Shanghai, however, is not just that it leads education reform within China. The city is a perfect illustration of the broad global finding that the quality of education - that is, what workers learn while in school - matters for economic growth. Against this global backdrop, developing countries are trying to find ways to solve an incredibly difficult problem: how to make sure that students learn. While many tend to attribute educational success in China with the influence of Confucian culture, a recent evaluation of Shanghai's educational system, using international benchmarks developed by the World Bank, shows that success is in fact also the result of deliberate measures and reforms to raise student learning levels; and the city's constant drive for excellence, careful planning, and meticulous implementation of policies. Shanghai continues to plan for a stronger education system that will meet the needs of a creative 21st century economy, including developing socio-emotional skills alongside cognitive ones. At the World Bank we work with China and other countries to make education systems stronger at all levels from preschool to higher education, so that they can provide students with the skills necessary to promote shared prosperity, productivity and economic growth.
Bert Hofman is World Bank country director for China, Mongolia and South Korea, and Harry Patrinos is World Bank Practice Manager, Education, for East Asia and the Pacific.
Washington may believe that Beijing is overreacting, since the Pentagon's latest annual report to the US Congress is by and large business as usual.
But Beijing, too, sees Washington as overreacting: Not only does this year's report devote considerably more space to the South China Sea issue, but it portrays Chinese moves there as "coercive", misrepresenting Chinese actions and intentions. This may not seem like a big deal, given the lingering tension in the South China Sea, and given the fact that mutual finger-pointing has become the new normal for the Pentagon and its Chinese counterpart; particularly since they are conscious of and serious about negotiating the potential risks of escalating tensions. On Thursday, one day prior to the report's release, the chairmen of the two countries' Joint Chiefs of Staff spoke to each other via a video teleconference and committed to communicating more frequently to "address key issues".
Such contact, along with the formulation of a shared code of conduct for the two militaries' unexpected encounters, assure us that, risky as they look, the tense encounters between the two countries' naval and air forces are being managed professionally so as to not lead to unwanted outcomes.
That is why we should not underestimate the contradictory ways Beijing and Washington describe what is happening in the South China Sea.
Certainly there is no easy way to undo the confusions surrounding the South China Sea, at least before a certain degree of consensus is maneuvered on the causation at work. But the picture would appear clearer if Beijing made its case more solid from the perspectives of both history and international law, and Washington stopped refusing the basic truth that Beijing is not making new, aggressive territorial claims, nor is it acting forcefully unprovoked.
More importantly, the US should not categorically ignore that Beijing persistently appeals for negotiations to resolve the disputes. The Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague is expected to rule on the unilateral arbitration case submitted by the Philippines on its territorial disputes with China in the South China Sea in a few weeks. Despite Beijing's consistent stance that the South China Sea islands and reefs mentioned in the arbitration case do not fall into the Philippines' territory and it is fully within its rights not to participate in the case, Beijing should brace itself for fending off international pressure following the ruling, since it is widely believed that the ruling may be unfavorable to China. However, the numerous restrictions the court faces also mean China should not be over-pessimistic about its ruling.
Such factors should be taken into consideration before the court rushes to a make a ruling on the Philippine's case.
In the run-up to the ruling, the Unites States, however, has gone all out to pressure China into accepting whatever ruling the court delivers. A series of White House and Pentagon officials, including US President Barack Obama, Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter and Commander of the US Pacific Command Harry Harris, have successively urged China to comply with the international order that is based on "laws and rules", although the US itself is one of the few countries which has not ratified the UN sea convention.
China should rebuff such "international pressure" and make use of available international occasions to clarify its stance and prove the "inefficacy" of the forced arbitration case. Rent out the BCD, tank,regulator and wetsuit from dive shop but you have to purchase the fins, snorkel and maskyourself.Though scuba diving is considered a useful activity but it has its own hazards.
The crux of the problem lies in the massive, intensive and close reconnaissance activities the US conducts against China.
As a matter of fact, no country in Southeast Asia has sought international arbitration for the settlement of its maritime disputes with regional countries.
When police officers arrived, they found the man was the boy's father who was angry because his son was slow in finishing his homework. It is good for schools to assign students such tasks as few will do them at home, because their parents want them to focus on coursework only. Some scold the teachers if their kids get a minor injury at school, some even challenge the school's teaching methods and management.
And whenever a debate boils down to the market's role, public opinion is always divided into two groups: Those advocating the market's decisive role and those saying the market will exclude those at the lowest levels of society. The uncertainty and disruption of drawn-out and doubtless acrimonious divorce proceedings would depress investment and growth.
The UK would have the whip hand, they argue, because it buys more from the EU than it sells in return.
Many economic actors - from German car manufacturers to French farmers to financial centers around the EU - would want to hamper their British competitors.
While the UK wouldn't be hamstrung by protectionist interests in the EU, its smaller economy, largely open markets, and desperation for deals would weaken its clout. China's domestic tourism market has been booming in last decade, with a 10 percent annual growth on average and spending is expected to reach around $890 billion by 2020. As Li Jinzao, head of the China National Tourism Administration, has pointed out, a dirty toilet destroys the efforts of all kinds of tourist resort promotions and their negative impact is hard to erase.
In an effort to ensure their success, the Chinese government invested billions of yuan in building 4,000 new public toilet facilities to world-class standards.
Architects and the facility owners need to be "toilet trained" so that they understand how to design for different types of buildings and the needs of different demographics.
It includes environmental conditioning inside the toilet that guides the user's behavior as well as the awareness of behavioral norms of society at large. As these designs were not focused on the enjoyment and privacy of the individuals, an elegant toilet culture did not develop in many parts of China. Sun Xi is an independent commentary writer based in Singapore and alumnus of the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy. Equally the easy to recognise New York yellow cabs require a Medallion (license) to operate.
And we all know that traditional taxis are difficult to get when it is raining, and that the drivers of some licensed cabs in big Chinese cities are reluctant to drive during the rush hours as the time spent in heavy traffic is financially unrewarding. Now a taxi app can search hundreds of taxis operating in a customers' area and find one near and available that will respond (and also adjust the fare in busy times - the market at work). Apple has announced a planned investment of $1 billion in Didi, which is good news for a taxi hailing company that is still loss-making despite huge business growth. But spokesman Hong Lei, when asked to comment on Trump's words, said on Wednesday that China supports direct talks and communication between the US and the DPRK. The differences between the two countries are still huge and often contentious, but because both have committed to engage with each other, they have been able to develop the relationship by greatly expanding cooperation and managing differences.
Yet the fact that representatives from Hong Kong's opposition camp accepted an invitation and met with State leader Zhang Dejiang on Wednesday is already something worth celebrating.


Some of their younger members have even indulged in political extremism and delusion about having their way. But it is a good start in the sense that it has opened a new channel for communication between the central authorities in Beijing and Hong Kong's opposition camp.
Its dual-track foreign policy is aimed at maintaining the "no reunification, no independence" status quo across the Straits and striking a strategic balance between the two sides to the US' advantage. And Washington not only failed to pressure Tsai into embracing the 1992 Consensus, but also extended her a high-profile reception during her visit to the US. If sexual assaults in prison remain a taboo subject for discussion, the victims will continue to feel ashamed even after they are sexually violated and suffer more, instead of seeking justice. It clearly defines sexual violation of males as a crime, which is expected to better protect men from sexual assaults. Now the amendment has come into effect and if the minor is confirmed to have suffered from sexual assaults, the perpetrators should be held responsible. If they intentionally put the teenager into a cell to be exploited, they should be sued as accomplices.
Moscow has described NATO's latest deployment in Romania as "a real threat to Russia's security". But in response to its shrinking strategic clout and NATO's military deployment in East Europe during the post-Cold War years, Russia has gradually stepped up its objections to the US' antimissile system in Europe, even threatening to deploy its own ballistic missiles on the border of the European Union to counter the move. This is because the US media outlets have become increasingly soft on negative news about Japan as it is the most important ally of the United States in the Asia-Pacific region.
The former will cement the peaceful development shared by both sides of the Taiwan Straits over the past eight years, while the latter will undermine that good momentum. Taiwan's participation in the WHA since 2009 has been a special arrangement based on the one-China principle and relevant WHA resolutions. It is neither part of the "political restrictions" nor an "interference" from the mainland as the DPP recently extorted. Tsai and her party should drop the fantasy of muddling through and properly endorse the one-China principle for the betterment of Taiwan people's livelihoods. But before such a transplant is attempted there are legal and ethical questions to be considered.
A bigger challenge is, his or her previous spouse and family might not accept the new person.
Having been associated with personalities in the Philippine communist movement, Duterte displayed a critical and lukewarm attitude toward the US during the election. But he asserts that he will closely monitor the agreement to ensure it is implemented in accordance with the Philippine's national interests.
In many of his public statements during his campaign, and in the aftermath of the recently concluded elections, Duterte vowed to resume bilateral talks with China. To peacefully manage the disputes with China in the South China Sea, Duterte has openly declared his preference for promoting joint development. Excessive accommodation of China could potentially undermine the Philippines' long standing alliance with the US.
In this case, the Philippine can pragmatically advance its national interests by getting the best of both worlds. The consumption share marked a significant jump from the 66.4-percent ratio at the end of 2015. On the other hand, upgrading their consumption will incentivize Chinese enterprises to embrace supply-side reforms on which China's economic future hinges.
It would not only make it easier for them to derail any efforts to improve cross-Straits relations, such as the signing of trade and economic agreements, but also offer them the chance to hijack the Taiwan people in direct confrontation with the mainland. Failure to do so runs counter to her promise of maintaining the "status quo" and will force the mainland to drop any illusion that she is someone it can work with to safeguard peace and stability across the Straits.
More than 1,600 of the 2,800 domestic companies listed in the Shanghai-based A-share market are valued at more than $1 billion.
Yet, the loose supervision and quality control of generic drugs, which do not have to meet the standards of the originals, are also to blame.
These drugs may end up having totally different effects from the original versions after rounds of "misinterpretation". The "cultural revolution" was a major detour in the development path of the Party and the nation. It puts equal emphasis on social sectors and would kick off a process which would have a far-reaching impact on the development of the whole region and the world at large. This vision is based on the understanding that technological developments can only be fully exploited when the physical infrastructure for transporting people, goods and services are in place, fully developed and supported by friendly policies, legislation and procedures with a win-win approach. It is expected that the Early Harvest plans will be completed in the stipulated timeframe; that is by March 2018. It is already operational and thousands of security personnel have been deployed in various parts of the country along with CPEC projects. While the answer may not be difficult to perceive, the strategy in this regard primarily revolves around developing stakeholders of all concerned in the project. Indeed, the strong level of trust between the two countries, that has remained the key factor in their relationship over the last six decades, will be further enhanced with the CPEC.
In September 2013, the State Council, China's Cabinet, urged local governments to improve the drainage capabilities of cities, and many cities have been working on this.
In order to solve the problem of city flooding, authorities must take comprehensive measures that range from infrastructure maintenance to ecological protection.
According to current standards, the drainage pipes in most cities can only withstand the severity of a deluge that occurs only once in a half to three years. For example, to help solve the problem of flooding in Tokyo, Japan has invested 240 billion yen ($2.21 billion) since 1992 in building a draining system in Saitama prefecture in the north of Tokyo. For the same purpose, more rain-collection and direction channels should be installed in communities so as to make sure rainfall goes underground. By utilizing satellites, cameras, various sensors that collect information and telecommunication technology that can transmit information to a command center, the city authorities can build a smart pipe network that adjusts according to drainage requirements.
For example, the authorities can raise the awareness of residents about how to stay safe in the event of a flood. The government can also encourage social organizations and volunteers to help in the event of a flood.
That requires not only technology and investment, but also coordination between government departments and various social forces. During his state visit to the ROK in July 2014, Xi proposed the two sides become partners that share common development, promote regional peace and Asia's revitalization, and boost world prosperity. The FTA, the largest bilateral free trade deal for China in terms of trade volume, covers 17 areas, including investment, trade in goods and services, and trade rules.
In April, officials from both sides decided to maximize the effect of the FTA and push for a series of joint economic projects as agreed by the two leaders. Both neighbors to the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, China and the ROK have a shared stake in peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula.
Both countries need to show political wisdom to transcend these so they can continue to deepen their reciprocal cooperation on all levels.
In Shanghai, particularly, a modern education system has been evolving since the mid-19th century, and education reforms have been carried out in step with the city's growth into a global commercial and trading hub.
With a per capita GDP just above high-income threshold, the city already leads the world in terms of international performance in mathematics, science, and reading among 15-year-olds, as measured by tests developed by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. Higher quality education is a prominent factor in the striking success of East Asia compared to other world regions. This has to do with as many as 250 million children around the world being unable to read or write despite having been to school. Representatives from over 25 countries are here in Shanghai this week to gain insights from the city's enormous success in both enrolling children - including from migrant families - as well as paying attention to the quality of education in all schools. It is part of our role to promote global exchange of knowledge, so that the path to the Sustainable Development Goals is better lit. But the text of the Pentagon's unclassified 2016 report on China's military and security developments has already provoked "strong dissatisfaction and firm opposition" from Beijing.
Instead, it lurks in the quiet accumulation of negative mutual perceptions, and the subsequent potential for misjudgment. For example, the court enjoys no jurisdiction over sovereignty disputes or maritime demarcation, and China declared in 2006 that it excluded compulsory arbitration under the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea. So sustain youaway from grasping the essentials of this specialized system from a human being whod haveno appropriate working out and knowledge relating to this unique h2o sport. They not only constitute military provocations, but also threaten China's sovereignty and territorial integrity.
Thus it deems its spying missions on China's doorstep are perfectly acceptable, while China's measures to safeguard its national security are slammed as "unsafe", "unprofessional" or even "dangerous". The Philippines has elaborately disguised its territorial dispute with China as a dispute on maritime rights and entitlements under the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea in an attempt to bypass the "sovereignty issue". Beijing News commented that as long as the theme park neither cheats visitors nor forces people to consume the food, people can choose whether or not to buy. Permanent separation would reduce trade, foreign investment and migration, and hurt competition, productivity growth and living standards. The UK's net contribution to the EU budget amounted to only 0.35 percent of its GDP last year, and scrapping EU regulation would bring limited benefits, because the UK's labor and product markets are already among the freest in the world.
For their part, EU governments would want to punish Britain, not least because they know that a velvet divorce with Britain would bolster anti-EU parties, such as France's far-right National Front, which has already called for a referendum on EU membership. Indeed, the US has stated that it has no immediate interest in negotiating a trade deal with the UK. To showcase the great progress that was made, Beijing hosted the World Toilet Summit in 2004, with the help of the World Toilet Organization.
To promote public education of toilet usage, both rational and aspirational approaches are needed.
In fact, many public toilets in China have been constructed according to high standards, but as the management is not up to the same standards, they become dirty and fall into disrepair quickly.
These used to change hands at high prices, although now the value of these has dropped noticeably. And then there are times when a taxi will stop but then refuse the ride because of the destination or else stop but demand double the fare because it is late at night. Add to that the more convenient means of payment through the increasing use of smartphones for bank account linked payments, such as Apple Pay, AliPay and WeChat pay. Apple is keen to develop Apple Pay in China, and encouraging Didi customers to use it is a smart way to expand, in addition Apple has its own driverless car project and may see some synergies with that and the technologies that Didi Chuxing is developing. There are some concerns about how the combined technologies are creating "instant taxi drivers" - untrained, unlicensed taxi drivers - and concerns about the safety of female passengers, and the quality and condition of vehicles.
And on Tuesday, Trump said he would be willing to talk to Democratic People's Republic of Korea leader King Jong-un. Such occurrences have long been known to the police and the judiciary departments, but it remains a taboo in society. Canavero did not say what he thought the odds were for success and no medical association supports his experiment. To transplant a whole body, they need to find a dead person within hours even minutes after his death, and make sure all his organs are healthy and not damaged. We applaud his pursuit of a better life, but think there is an ethical problem with the way he hopes to achieve this. The changing of guard in the US, which will have its own presidential election in November, provides another source of uncertainty in the current trend and future direction for Philippine-American relations.
Though Duterte still needs to clarify the details of his idea of joint development, he seems to be following former top Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping's formula of shelving territorial disputes for the purpose of joint cooperation.
In contrast, many overseas companies are valued at less than $100 million even though they are performing well.
The significance of the CPEC can be imagined as it is a key link in China's Belt and Road Initiative, which involve 4.4 billion people across 65 countries on three continents. Areas along the CPEC would have the potential to become a trade, transit, transport and economic and energy hub for regional progress and development as well. Measures to address the volatile security situation have also been a priority on the agenda.
It will take the relationship to new heights in the coming decades and spread benefits to South, Central and West Asia as well. Residents are busy posting photos online, showing them in boats in the streets or catching fish in the water.
This correlation is now recognized within the new Sustainable Development Goals adopted at the United Nations in 2015. For many developing countries, however, the city's education system remains an ideal, and lessons from Shanghai are exceptionally useful as they come, in the final analysis, from the heart of a developing nation that has made incredible inroads against poverty in recent decades. Slalom skis with incurvated bottoms and tapered tails is the best kind you are able tohave in case you undoubtedly are a expert skier. It is true thatpurchasing a new regulator, tank and BCD can cost you more but invest into it to make itsecure. Second, the authorities rarely called on to intervene because it is believed they are not capable enough to deal with domestic issues. And a divorce would deprive the UK of influence over future EU reforms - notably, the completion of the single market in services - from which it would benefit. Moreover, any agreement on a new economic relationship with the UK would require unanimity among the EU's 27 remaining members.
The foreign investors financing Britain's current-account deficit - which hit 7 percent of its GDP in the final quarter of last year - might drive up the risk premium on UK assets or, worse, pull out.
The US also has a trade deficit with the EU, yet it doesn't get to dictate terms in the negotiations over the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. Past experience shows that rather than lecturing posters, motivating aspirations of personal elegance often proves most successful. Therefore, promoting a better toilet culture will not only boost more in-bound tourists, it will also be welcome by the host countries receiving out-bound Chinese tourists.
App-based taxi services such as Uber (globally) and Didi Chuxing in China have created significant competition for the traditional taxi companies (licensed and with fare meters in their cabs).
However, the monopolies created by the old rules led to higher prices and app-based taxi services have emerged to break these monopolies. As an illustration of their impact, Didi Chuxing announced in March that it had hit 10 million ride hails per day in China. A combination of due diligence by the app providers and government regulatory activity is needed as the industry grows. Sometimes science advances at the cost of human lives, but that does not mean sacrificing patients in pursuit of glory. To find a body donor and successfully get the donated body will be a great deal harder than finding an organ donor and successfully getting the donated organ. The same applies to head transplants and it might take a much longer time for the public to accept them than for the doctors to succeed in doing one. This has resulted in domestic companies having the confidence to engage in an increasing number of M&As overseas.
Yet such a response should not obscure the fact that floods threaten people's lives and bring huge economic losses.
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