Unlike the U.S. president-elect, Beijing recognizes that transitioning from fossil fuels to renewable energy will ensure long-term economic development.
A highly significant essay, "A Thousand Yes-Men Cannot Equal One Honest Advisor," appeared recently on the website of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, which is in charge of Chinese President Xi Jinping's anti-corruption campaign. It was signed under the pen name Lei Si and was widely seen as pushback against a range of Xi's recent policies, though elliptically cloaked through recalling tales of emperors and their advisors in China's long past. Read the English version here.
Anson Chan: There will be change in China, because I do not think any country can experience the sort of economic growth
The following video introduction for 'Chinese Sentiment' was previously published in ChinaFile by Sun Yunfan and Shen Wei
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Jiang: Not really. Beijing has linked its rare earth deposits to national interest and would never approve such a joint venture