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March 2016 Issue

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Politics | by Li Teng, Yuan Ye | Calligraphers Association

Graphical Graft

Controversies surrounding one of China’s largest artist associations, the China Calligraphers Association, have sparked calls for its disbandment

Commentary | by Justin Yifu Lin

One Belt, One Road will benefit China – and the world

China’s principal global project is about more than short-term gain

Editorial | by News China Magazine

Promoting innovation remains the key for China’s economy

The bulk of China’s scientific expertise and resources is located in State-controlled research institutions.

Economy | by Min Jie, Li Jia | Economic Forecast


State Council economist Wang Yiming discusses whether or not China’s hybrid engine can successfully propel its economy forward during the transitional period of 2016

Economy | by Min Jie, Li Jia | Economic Forecast


The disappointing performance of emerging economies and the debt supercycle plaguing developed economies will continue to weigh on global growth in 2016. World players are trying to rewrite the rules of international trade and investment. Economist Yu Yongding analyzes whether or not China will submit to these external pressures

Economy | by Yue Wei, Li Jia | Economic Forecast


Reforming State-owned enterprises has been a three-decade-long process for China. Countless solutions have been tested unsuccessfully. NewsChina asks researcher Zhang Wenkui if this round of reforms, with its emphasis on diversified ownership, will be different

Economy | by He Bin, Li Jia | Economic Forecast


Manufacturing is shrinking in terms of its share in China’s GDP. While 2016 promises to be a time of change for the industry, its importance remains unshakable. Deputy Minister Feng Fei tells NewsChina what the upcoming ‘industrial revolution’ will look like. What old sectors will drop away, and what new industries will take their place?

Economy | by Yue Wei, Li Jia | Economic Forecast


To reform China’s capital market, one must look back at its origins. Professor Cao Fengqi explains how the market’s problems are rooted in its inception

Economy | by He Bin, Li Jia | Economic Forecast


Economists Wei Jianguo and Yuan Dongming express to NewsChina that Chinese enterprises going global through the One Belt, One Road initiative need to learn how to organize themselves in order to get a head-start in this challenging, yet-to-be-tapped market

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Society | by DAI Min | Fashion Designers


While they’re finding some success abroad, young Chinese designers say China’s budding fashion industry has work to do before it can flourish

Photo by Wang Fei

Environment | by Wang Yan | Winter Pollution


Beijing’s first two “red alerts” for pollution highlight the city’s infamous winter smog, which is mainly caused by indoor heating and vehicle exhaust fumes, neither of which can be mitigated in the short term

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Environment | by DAI Min | Biodiversity Decline

Saving Species

A new WWF report has detailed the massive decline in China’s wild animal populations over the past 40 years, a problem scientists, government officials and local communities are now working to reverse

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