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  • The implication of Marx’s thought for the ecological crisis
    The implication of Marx’s thought for the ecolo…
    Time:10/29/2021 Hits:49

    David McLellan is an Emeritus Professor of Political Theory from the University of Kent. In the 1840s, Marx had a fairly straightforward view about progression towards soci…

  • Cultural reconciliation: a key parameter  to sustain peace & development
    Cultural reconciliation: a key parameter to sus…
    Time:10/29/2021 Hits:46

    As another industrial revolution is upcoming, all nations must overcome identity differences and cultural barriers to adapt to, learn, and deal with the dramatic change together.

  • Dualism (yin and yang) as a pathway to respect for diversity in the modern world
    Dualism (yin and yang) as a pathway to respect f…
    Time:10/22/2021 Hits:79

    John Anthony Carty is a professor of International Law at Beijing Institute of Technology. The subject of Alternative Modernities, China, and the West, is the most important…

  • Multi-dimensional reflection on modernization
    Multi-dimensional reflection on modernization
    Time:10/22/2021 Hits:30

    Wan Junren is dean and professor from the School of Humanities at Tsinghua University; distinguished professor of the Yangzi Scholars Program under the Ministry of Education. …

  • Chinese manufacturing: risks and benefits coexist
    Chinese manufacturing: risks and benefits coexist
    Time:10/14/2021 Hits:46

    A worker in the car manufacturing assembly line PHOTO: Sen Lin/CNSphoto In the face of new contradictions and challenges brought about by changes in environments at home and…

  • Overseas volunteer service creates special bond
    Overseas volunteer service creates special bond
    Time:09/30/2021 Hits:53

    FILE PHOTO: The tenth batch of teams dispatched to Laos under the Overseas Service Program of Chinese Youth Volunteers Since the “Belt and Road” (B&R) initia…