Civil service jobs harder than they look
The country's annual civil service recruitment program, which began accepting applications on Monday, will offer more grassroots vacancies next year, including many positions with tough requirements.
Boosting farmers' incomes
The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization awarded Premier Wen Jiabao its Agricola Medal on Oct 2, highlighting China's achievements in agriculture and rural development.
World awakens to a rising Africa
Skeptics accuse the Chinese of making a power grab to drain African natural resources, which seems to be more about pushing a joint US-EU globalist agenda.
US politicians' hypocrisy
The recent United States Congress report on Huawei and ZTE, two Chinese telecommunications giants, once again drags inocent external institutions into US domestic politics.
Created-in-China products need promoting
But one thing struck me as I scrolled through the pages and pages of entries on one site: there was hardly a mention of mainland companies other than an item about Lenovo building a computer factory in the United States.
Guess who's the world's top PC maker?
Hewlett Packard stood atop the rankings as world's biggest PC maker for the past six years. But then along came Lenovo with a bold and innovative strategy to challenge it.
Endangered green growth
Among protectionist measures, the worst are those that not only hamper international trade and hurt economic growth, but also stymie the development of industries crucial to a sustainable global recovery in the long run.
The case for Huawei in US
Starting in a one-room workshop in Shenzhen in the early 1980s, Huawei is today a global giant generating more than $32 billion in annual revenues and with offices in more than 140 countries.
Regulating shadow banking
Shadow banking can broadly be described as the system of credit intermediation involving entities and activities outside the regular banking system. In developed countries, the biggest shadow banking players are usually hedge funds, venture capital and private equity funds.
New dawn arises for cross-Straits ties
Taipei is making a smart move by upgrading its business and trade ties with Beijing that can enrich the living standards for residents on the island.
Targeted auto support
If the government provides favorable financial policies, the auto industry can aggressively tap into the vast rural market.
No joke, China job creator for US
US electorate should take the fact into consideration that Chinese foreign direct investment in the US had been creating jobs, despite a gloomy domestic economy.