美因茨05vs汉诺威96 www.hsutd.com US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo made a statement on Monday in which he accused China of “abusing human rights” and smeared China’s resolute measures to maintain national stability in the late 1980s. He also criticized China’s governance in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. The US has stepped up its attacks on China on human rights issues simply because Washington’s trade war with China is proving to be invalid. Now, the US has decided to impose more pressure on China over human rights issues.

In fact, the US has no credibility to hold the moral high ground. Its accusations are nothing but empty talk from a high-pitched speaker. Pompeo’s statement will not be echoed in Chinese society. Instead, it will reaffirm the Chinese public’s belief that current US administration is hostile to China, and Chinese cannot pin hopes on it.

Chinese are convinced that the US government is trying to deprive China of its continued development. Washington is treating interests of the US and China as a zero-sum game. It is well recognized that the rights of Chinese are mostly rooted in sustained national stability and development. The destruction of China’s stability and development is the ultimate deprivation of the rights of Chinese. The current US government is becoming the top hijacker of Chinese human rights.

Chinese are no longer so naive to believe the US is a protector of Chinese human rights. The US government always threatens to move jobs in China to the US or to Southeast Asia. They celebrate every sign that could be interpreted as economic downturn in China. Is that sincere compassion for Chinese human rights?

When Washington released information regarding trade war, it didn’t care about any negative impact it may have on China’s stock market or potential losses it may cause for Chinese stock investors. The US would rather see bigger losses on China to bring the country to its knees. The trade war launched by the US put the welfare of Chinese people at risk. Meanwhile, the same group of US politicians put on another face and made accusations about China’s human rights, as if they really care about human rights of Chinese people.

Under the campaign of “America First,” Washington has utilized its policies to eliminate the opportunity for social and economic development in many countries that will lead to the improvement of human rights. China is facing perhaps the most vicious and most hypocritical US government since its reform and opening-up.

In examining cases of China’s so-called human rights violations raised by some US elites, it is obvious that those cases often relate to Chinese dissidents. The purpose is to stir up political division within China in order to split the country. In other words, they are advocating specific rights so that they can disrupt China without taking any responsibility.

It is well recognized that the US vigorously pursues its self-defined human rights philosophy for vicious political purposes. Chinese are becoming increasingly aware of the importance of not accepting human rights issues raised by the US and not accepting US values for obvious political purposes. The improvement of Chinese human rights hinges on China’s continued economic and social development. Chinese know where to go and how to go, and do not need “teachers” that have vicious intentions.

If Pompeo really cares about Chinese human rights, he can order the US State Department to lift the newly-imposed visa restrictions for Chinese students. Those students have made a lot of preparations for studying abroad, which signifies an important step in their lives. Refusing their visas tramples their individual rights. Secretary Pompeo, who has the power to set visa policies, would make great contributions to Chinese rights if he could lift those visa restrictions.

The US offers its commiserations for human rights in China, yet in actions, it has been trampling on China’s human rights. It is time for Mr Pompeo and his colleagues to stop the self-contradictory moves.

It comes one day after China’s Ministry of Education issued an alert over studying in the US. It called on students and academics to “enhance their risk assessment” after an increase in visa delays and denials for those who have applied to study in the US.

When asked what signal the series of warnings is sending, Geng Shuang, a spokesperson for China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said at a routine briefing on Tuesday that it was forced by circumstances.

“China wouldn’t do it if it were not necessary,” Geng said.

Issuing the warning is what a responsible government should do under such circumstances, Geng stressed.

China is still positive in its attitude toward normal people-to-people exchanges between the two countries, but these exchanges should be based on mutual respect, Geng said.

Most Chinese people go to the US for study or leisure, and they had brought the US resources and benefits. The US setting obstacles for them shows the country’s ignorance and is destroying its reputation as a country that welcomes openness, Wang Yiwei, a professor at the Renmin University of China’s School of International Relations, told the Global Times on Tuesday.

Judging from recent US actions, it aims to cut off as many possible connections with China as it can, which leaves China with no choice but to fight back with countermeasures to protect its national security, companies and citizens, Wang said.

For about a year and a half, China has conducted 11 rounds of high-level trade talks with the US, based on the principle of mutual trust and reciprocity, hoping to achieve positive results. However, the US has been flip-flopping all along by raising tariffs.

China’s approach has always been principled and it has been forced to fight back.

“But we made our attitude clear at the very beginning that we are not afraid to fight. We will fight with every card we have if necessary,” Bai said.

The warnings from China’s cultural and education authorities came days after the Ministry of Commerce announced it would draft an entity list to counter US companies’ restrictive measures on either their Chinese partners or competitors that are made out of non-commercial purposes.

The countermeasures do not mean that China will become a stingy country as the US has. On the contrary, China will continue its policy of opening-up. “While the door in the US is closed, our door remains open,” said Wang.

Chen Qicai, the Party secretary of Tanxi Village, is extremely busy during weekends and holidays as he and his fellow villagers have to receive tourists who come to visit the beaches of the Beibu Gulf.

Chen lives in Tanxi village on the coast of Beibu Gulf in southern China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.

“The village remained undeveloped for a long time and more than 2,800 villagers lived by fishing,” Tan said.

Construction of the Bailang (White Wave) Beach in this village began in the 1990s and now it has become a 4A-level scenic spot.

“We have seen an increasing number of visitors as tourist infrastructure has developed. The number of visitors to Bailang Beach grows by 15 percent annually,” he said.

Besides Bailang Beach, more than 20 scenic spots have sprung up around Beibu Gulf, where efforts are underway to transform it into an international tourist resort.

Last year, six cities around the gulf, including Fangchenggang, Qinzhou, and Beihai, received 324 million tourists, up 28.1 percent year on year. Total spending reached 344 billion yuan (around 49.9 billion US dollars), up 33.2 percent year on year.

“The outstanding ecological advantage helps this region stand out as an international destination,” said Luo Zhen, a vice mayor of Fangchenggang.

Several years ago, the construction of a large shipyard was planned at the Sanniang Gulf in Qinzhou. The plan was later dropped to protect the habitat of Chinese white dolphins.

According to the long-term observation and calculation by Pan Wenshi, a professor from the School of Life Sciences under Peking University, the number of Chinese white dolphins was on the rise from 2013 to 2016, increasing by four to six dolphins per year.

Environmental protection efforts in Qinzhou have paid off. The number of tourists and total tourism consumption in the city have more than doubled in the last three years.

The neighboring city of Beihai has also taken measures to conserve the coastal environment. At Yin Tan, or the Silver Beach, authorities have expanded planting trees and issued a special regulation on the protection of the beach.

“Construction of non-public welfare permanent buildings within 300 meters from the coast is strictly prohibited. Land reclamation, enclosure of beaches and mangroves are also not allowed,” said Han Yunfei, deputy director of Beihai Tourism, Culture and Sports Bureau.

According to local authorities, a cruise terminal with a capacity of 100,000 tonnes is under construction in Beihai to further boost the tourism sector.

Customs authorities of East China’s Jiangsu Province recently seized 1,000 state-controlled psychotropic pills from India, which were widely taken by examinees as “smart pills,” especially those who are going to take the national college entrance examination on Friday.

Customs officers in Jinling district, Nanjing, capital of Jiangsu, recently seized 500 Ritalin and 500 Amodafinil pills in the mail from India, the General Administration of Customs announced on its WeChat account on Monday.

The pills are prescription drugs used for sleep disorders. They are widely considered as “smart pills” by examinees that can increase cognitive competence and attention and boost academic achievements in a short time.

The customs administration warned that healthy people will not actually become smarter after taking the pills. They will probably suffer from several side effects, including headache, nausea, insomnia and memory loss. Long-term use of the pills can even caused addiction.

“Do not trust rumors of ‘smart pills’ on the internet. And be sure not to illegally mail psychotropic pills in and out of the country,” said the administration, noting that patients whose pills have been seized can take the pills back by providing a prescription.

The announcement came amid reports on social media that many parents are buying “smart pills” for their children as the national college entrance examination approaches. Some illegal dealers even said there was a storage shortage, media reported.

A Global Times reporter previously reached a dealer surnamed Liu. Liu said the drugs he sold were smuggled from the US, Pakistan and Switzerland. US Ritalin is sold at 1,400 yuan ($209) for 50 pills; Pakistani Ritalin goes for 390 yuan for 30 and Swiss Ritalin 460 yuan for 20.

A growing number of overseas purchasing agencies have made it more difficult to crack down on smuggled drugs, Hua Zhendong, technical director of the China National Narcotics Control Commission’s national narcotics laboratory, told the Global Times on Tuesday.

The main ingredient in the “smart pills” is methylphenidate, a central nervous system stimulant that is a strictly managed psychotropic medication both in China and abroad.

Methylphenidate is a mild central stimulant compared with methamphetamine, but is still addictive, Hua said while noting that long-term use of the drug can cause anxiety and manic depression.

In China, stimulants like Ritalin can only be prescribed by hospitals to children under 14 years old and diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, media reported.

Short videos on Chinese social media went viral as they depicted shoppers shoving, wrestling, and fighting with all of their might, just to get the latest T-shirt from Japanese fashion company UNIQLO.

The T-shirt, priced at almost $15, along with the viral videos, had Chinese netizens calling the shoppers crazy and said they felt sorry for them.

The hashtag “UNIQLO cooperation collection T-shirt was snapped up” had over 440 million hits on Sina Weibo as of press time.

In one video, a group rushes toward a UNIQLO store. Their pace did not slow as some lost their cell phones during the sprint.

Another video depicts shoppers crawling through a gap as the door to one store slowly opened and scrambling to beat the other shoppers.

Fights and chaos escalated as shoppers made their way into stores. A few videos show people fighting over the T-shirts.

Shoppers who were able to get a shirt held on to them like trophies as they paid for them at cashier stands.

Store mannequins weren’t safe as the shirts were ripped from their plastic bodies and they were then thrown to the ground disfigured, missing arms and legs.

What makes this T-shirt so desirable is that it was designed by American graffiti artist KAWS.

Although KAWS has designed T-shirt for UNIQLO in the past, a rumor spread online that this latest release would be his last design for the Japanese company.

The National Business Daily reported that one shop owner said they weren’t sure if this was going to be the last cooperation between the two, but UNIQLO will not replenish the shirts in the short run once the first run sells out.

The online sales, which started on Monday, were sold out within seconds.
Many waited outside one shopping mall as early as 1 am Monday morning;, while others snuck inside to wait.

After online sales began, store owners seized upon demand and some charged upwards of $90 for one T-shirt.

Netizens said the shoppers should be ashamed. Some also said this was just a cheap attempt at marketing on behalf of the company.

Studying abroad was a dream for many Chinese youth 30 years ago, but it’s getting very normal for many middle-class families nowadays. Due to the different domestic and international environments, many of the 1990s generation in China received a very different impact from their overseas background.

Wang Xiao, 28, an anchor and journalist at Shanghai-based news portal website guancha.cn, who received high school and university education in the US, told the Global Times that he once had very high expectations of the US before he went there.

“But after I went there, I found that the US was far from being perfect,” he said.

Aside from problems like racism, gun use and abortion, which harm and divide US society, the low efficiency of the government, slow and poor infrastructure construction, and the inefficacy of labor unions in the US deeply impacted Wang’s impressions.

Wang believes the reason is that interest groups are limiting the reform and development of US society.

Allen Yang, 24, who is studying at a London-based university, echoed Wang’s views.

Four years in the UK didn’t make Yang admire the West too much, but instead, he found some disappointments, especially the dysfunction of the Western democratic political system that led to Brexit and the endless political struggles within parliament that failed to solve problems.

Yang was impressed by the reaction of his foreign classmates in the UK at a lecture when a professor mentioned China. The first word that came out from the students was not “panda” or “kung fu;” it was “opportunity.”

The West still enjoys economic and technological advantages in many areas, but aside from fast development and stability, China has something that is extremely attractive to the youth from China and other countries – potential.

“Living in the UK was not hard for me, but I will return to China when I graduate. The UK is nice but it like an ‘old man’ – rich and comfortable but with no potential. China is like a ‘young man’ who is not perfect, but still has big room for improvement and is full of energy and desire.”

Overseas Chinese students like Yang and Wang understand that no country is like China with a huge economy, great potential and fast development. More importantly, it is capable of maintaining safety and stability. Without the governance of the CPC, this would be impossible, they said.

Patriotism and confidence

According to data released by China’s education authorities in 2018, 83.73 percent of overseas Chinese students have returned to China. However, for Chinese youth living in the 1980s, the outside world was like heaven.

Many from the generation born in the 1960s and 1970s didn’t get a chance to receive comprehensive education due to the impact of the Culture Revolution (1966-76), and China was very undeveloped when they were young.

When Chinese youth in the 1980s encountered reform and opening-up and got the chance to see the outside world, they were shocked by the gap between China and other countries, and many middle-aged Chinese people share this feeling.

Song Luzheng, 50, a research fellow at the China Institute of Fudan University, said that the most fundamental reason why the youth today is much more confident is the firm economic or material foundation that the CPC has laid in the past three decades.

China’s immunity from peaceful evolution and ideological offensive launched by the West was weak in the late 1980s, but today its immunity is getting much stronger.

China’s successful development in many fields such as in the economy, military and science and technology led by the CPC proves the correctness of the path of Socialism with Chinese Characteristics to all Chinese people, including the youth, Chinese analysts said.

At the same time, because of the perceived decline of the West, as well as many failed cases of Westernization among developing countries, it is almost impossible for foreign forces to manipulate Chinese youth today, Song told the Global Times. “Western ideological offensives are less and less convincing in China.”

“Our [the youth’s] patriotism is shaped not only by education, but more by development, the concrete improvement in people’s living standards. The CPC is fulfilling its responsibility in leading the country on the right direction,” Yang said.

The China Youth Daily said in an article published on May 29 that the young generation makes countless posts on social media to show their support to the country and Chinese companies like Huawei in the ongoing trade war with the US.

Chinese youth feel “thankful” for the bullying and provocations from the US, as these can only make them more patriotic, more united, and also make them “more confident to push forward self-reliance innovation to make our country stronger,” the article said.

Tang Kexuan, 27, a PhD candidate at the Department of Electrical Engineering of Tsinghua University, told the Global Times, “Patriotism is instinctive for me. As a science researcher, I hope I can participate in the key research programs that our country needs desperately.”

China is facing some challenges, but “if you put it into the long Chinese history, the current situation is not the hardest one at all, so we are very calm. No need to panic,” Tang said.

Gao Beichen, 28, a financial practitioner who graduated from Durham University in the UK, said the financial sector is truly difficult at this moment.

“The trade war with the US is a ‘protracted war’ to some extent, and won’t end soon. So we have to prepare for long-term difficulties, and this is an obstacle that we have to deal with,” Gao noted.

During his visit to Beijing in late April, Russian President Vladimir Putin attended the second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation and received an honorary doctorate from Tsinghua University. Chinese President Xi Jinping kicked off a state visit to Russia on Wednesday. The frequent exchanges between the two heads of state have helped maintain the best China-Russia relations ever seen. Both nations support each other on issues involving respective core and major concerns and have benefited from the promotion of mutual development.

The year 2019 marks the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and Russia. The two sides have reached a critical period to consolidate previous achievements and move to further enhance bilateral ties. The high-level, highly-frequent and high-quality head-of-state diplomacy between China and Russia is unique when it comes to diplomacy between major powers. It not only demonstrates the great importance that both sides attach to bilateral relations, but also plays an irreplaceable strategic leading role in the cooperation between the two countries in various fields.

Looking back at the development of China-Russia relations this century, we can see that meetings between the two heads of state have played a critical role in every significant improvement in bilateral ties and the implementation of every key project. As such, Xi’s attendance at the St. Petersburg Economic Forum is sure to further inject new impetus for the development of China-Russia relations.

International public opinion once assumed that amid the China-US trade war, China and Russia will become alienated from each other. In fact, during his visit to Sochi to meet with Putin last month, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo did intend to drive a wedge between China and Russia. However, China-Russia relations have shown unprecedented stability, despite the unclear current international configuration and complex interaction between major powers.

This is because China-Russia relations are not about forming an alliance against third parties, but rather about promoting long-term social and economic modernization while respecting each other’s different development paths.

Confronted with rising unilateralism and protectionism, and challenges to the international system and international order, the strategic significance of China-Russia cooperation becomes even more important.

The two sides should further strengthen strategic cooperation in international affairs, distinctively advocate multilateralism and an open global economy, and play a bigger role in promoting world peace, stability, fairness and justice.

In 2018, bilateral trade between China and Russia reached $100 billion, which not only indicates that improving bilateral relations have substantially promoted economic cooperation, but also shows that China and Russia’s pragmatic cooperation has entered a new stage.

At the beginning of this year, China and Russia encountered some problems in bilateral ties. However, this did not negatively impact bilateral relations. Instead it urged the two sides to consolidate previous achievements and figure out new cooperative approaches for the next stage. There are various reasons accounting for why the two countries so quickly overcame the bottleneck, including the commitment of political leaders on both sides; the solid foundation built on achievements in comprehensive and pragmatic cooperation over the years; untapped ideological, spiritual, material and institutional potential; and continuous external pressure, such as pressure imposed by the US on both China and Russia.

Amid this context, the primary task now is to explore new facets of China and Russia’s strategic partnership and to cope with major strategic challenges. In addition to the mutual strategic support which has been promoting China-Russia ties this century, the convergence of political values, security factors and mutual development will become the driving force for the further improvement of relations between the two countries.

Related issues include ensuring sustainable economic development, improving living standards and the promotion of urbanization.

From the perspective of development, we can see that there are still many potential areas where China and Russia can work together to improve bilateral relations.

Although bilateral relations are the best they have ever been, the bright prospects of China-Russia relations are sure to shine even brighter in the future for all the world to see.

Chinese scientists have found a major lithium deposit in Southwest China’s Yunnan Province, estimated to contain more than 5 million tons.

There are approximately 40 million tons of proven lithium reserves in the world, the Xinhua News Agency’s Globe magazine reported.

A team led by research fellow Wen Hanjie from the Institute of Geochemistry under the Chinese Academy of Sciences found 340,000 tons of lithium oxide in a test site in central Yunnan.

They estimated the total amount of lithium to be in excess of 5 million tons. The lithium discovered is a new type in carbonate formation, the institute said on its website on Monday.

Lithium, a chemical element mainly contained in brines, pegmatite and clay, is viewed by some analysts as one of the most valuable metals in the first half of the 21st century.

The increasing reliance of the high-tech industry on lithium makes it an essential strategic resource for industrialized countries, analysts said.

The prices of lithium carbonate increased from less than 50,000 yuan ($7,236) per ton in October 2015 to 80,000 yuan per ton by the end of 2018. The value of the global lithium market is expected to rise from $60 trillion in 2017 to $100 trillion in 2025, the Globe magazine reported.

About 80 percent of lithium used in China from 2011 to 2015 was imported, Xinhua reported. The Institute of Geochemistry said on its website that it is urgently necessary for China to find new sources of lithium, as the country has abundant carbonate clay resources.

On Sunday, Kazakhstan will hold its presidential election. This is a significant moment, not simply because a new head of state will guide the country, but because it also marks the first time in almost 30 years a new president will be elected.

The upcoming election will be the most competitive and diverse in the country’s history. Seven candidates have registered with the Central Election Commission, including the first female candidate Daniya Yespayeva, from the Ak Zhol party.

Kazakhstan has taken concrete steps to improve gender equality and promote women’s role in business and politics. The senate chairwoman and deputy prime minister, and the minister of education and science are women, along with a quarter of the members of Kazakhstan’s parliament.

Another aspect of the election which experts have focused on is the fairness of the process. This is understandable, as according to some organizations and analysts, the region as a whole is still developing the necessary democratic institutions and mechanisms to ensure completely fair and open elections.

President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev promised the election would be transparent. Kazakhstan has always welcomed observers and their constructive feedback during previous elections, and this time more than 1,000 international observers from 10 international organizations, as well as foreign countries, are expected to be in Kazakhstan for the election.

The upcoming vote is not just important to Kazakhstan, but to our neighbors and partners all over the world. As is known, Kazakhstan has been actively participating in global affairs, including, most recently, the resolution of the Syrian conflict.

Elections in Kazakhstan are also relevant for Kazakhstan-China relations.

Thanks to the joint efforts of leaders of both sides, today relations between the two countries have entered a new era of comprehensive strategic partnership.

China is one of Kazakhstan’s principal trading partners. The dynamic growth of bilateral trade is evidenced by the increase in its volume from $432 million in 1992 to $19.88 billion in 2018.

Both countries are connected by crucial international energy corridors such as the Atasu-Alashankou oil pipeline and the Kazakhstan-China gas pipeline, which has annually increased the volume of hydrocarbon supplies from Kazakhstan to China.

Thanks to joint efforts, including Kazakhstan’s “Nurly Zhol” policy and the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) beginning in 2016, sustainable growth in bilateral trade has been achieved.

Our country, being the place where the idea for BRI was first announced, supports the initiative. An auspicious direction for the mutually beneficial partnership was the opening of the Astana International Financial Center (AIFC). AIFC has embodied the best models of financial centers in New York, Singapore, London, and Dubai.

The Bank of China, the China Development Bank, the Commercial and Industrial Bank of China and the Construction Bank of China have offices at the center which proves that relations between both countries are an example of mutually beneficial and effective cooperation.

At the same time, cultural and humanitarian cooperation is the basis for strengthening mutual trust, friendship and good-neighborliness.

Within the BRI framework, we work with Chinese partners to implement educational and scientific projects and have established cooperation between universities, held scientific conferences, translated books, and allocated grants.

In particular, China already has four centers on Kazakhstan in universities in Shanghai, Beijing, Dalian and Xi’an. In 2018, the Center for Economic Research of Kazakhstan opened at the Zhejiang University of Economics and Finance in Hangzhou.

In 2018, a unique exhibition Heritage of the Great Steppe: Masterpieces of Jewelry Art was held with great success within the framework of the international exhibition project Procession of the Golden Man in the Museums of the World, organized by the National Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Shaanxi History Museum.

The results of the presidential election will be announced on June 16. Close ties between Kazakhstan and China will continue. There is every reason to be confident about the future and the cooperation between both countries.

China on June 2 issued a white paper titled China’s Position on the China-US Economic and Trade Consultations, reverberating throughout international media and foreign entrepreneurs.

The paper has clarified the harm caused by the US-initiated trade war to the two countries and to the global economy as well, also revealed how the US poured cold water on attempts at consensus and went back on its commitments. More importantly, China has reiterated its solemn position. Many of my US friends also voiced support for China to obtain a fair and equitable consultation outcome in future trade negotiations.

The US has constantly imposed maximum pressure on China since it started the trade war. The paper listed three times when the US backtracked on trade deals, also a manifestation of US pressure. The US mistakenly anticipated that China would compromise under pressure, however, China has firmly adhered to the principle and bottom line, making such pressure in vain.

Drawing from recent statements made by organs of the Chinese government, including the China Securities Regulatory Commission, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs, and the Ministry of Commerce, China’s export-oriented enterprises and service industries are well-prepared for the trade war with the US.

China is able to withstand US maximum pressure, due to the country’s economic resilience, and Chinese people’s resolute determination. Suffering from a century of humiliation, the Chinese nation has been accustomed to such pressure, as shown in the War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression, as well as the Korean War or the War to Resist US Aggression and Aid Korea. The unity of Chinese people is a vital reason for the country’s fundamental victory in history.

Surpassing India in terms of GDP growth in the first quarter of 2019, China has regained the position of fastest-growing economy. China’s foreign trade volume reached 7.01 trillion yuan ($1.01 trillion), an increase of 3.7 percent year-on-year. Economic stabilization and the rapid advance of the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative indicate that China has prepared well for its future development.

I have done some research in certain regions with developed export-oriented enterprises, including South China’s Guangdong Province, East China’s Zhejiang Province, Jiangsu Province, and Shanghai. People’s judgment of the trade situation inside these regions has cheered me up. They believe that the more pressure the US poses and the more backtracks it makes; the more moral initiative China will have. Facing the extraordinary resistance of the Chinese economy, all tricks of the US hardliners will be exhausted.

In response to future potential shocks, local entrepreneurs have prepared under government guidance. Take a Guangdong company which exports electric welding torches to the US. It is now cutting costs through internal reforms and broadening its markets to Europe and Africa. To partly reduce dependence on the US, other manufacturers including those that make clothing, suitcase and bicycles are all preparing to diversify their markets.

I noticed that young workers in these factories are upset about the US, many saying that China must fight under pressure. The US maximum pressure has made China more united.

Although China is not willing to further expand the trade war into fields of finance, technology and even geopolitics, we must be prepared. The US has repeatedly violated the multilateral mechanism based on WTO rules. Due to the influence of hard-line hawks, the US is very likely to continue the trade war.

However, after the publication of the white paper, I believe an increasing number of countries and their peoples will stand up for justice. Time, morality and victory will eventually belong to China.