Opinion / Chen Weihua

Chen Weihua

Chen Weihua is the Chief Washington Correspondent of China Daily and Deputy Editor of China Daily USA. He has a particular focus on US politics and US-China relations.

Food trucks offer food for thought

[2017-12-01 08:01]

In New York, including glitzy downtown and midtown Manhattan, thousands of food trucks sell delicacies from around the world, from jianbing (Chinese crepe), hot dog, falafel, tacos, sushi and waffles to steaks, burgers, juices and desserts.

Foreign media outlets in US merit bouquets, not brickbats

[2017-11-24 07:29]

The recent move in the United States against foreign media organizations that receive government funding has raised serious concerns about press freedom and political bias against certain countries.

US politicians misleading public with China bashing

[2017-11-17 07:18]

At a recent China town hall held by the New York-based National Committee on US-China Relations, Susan Rice, the former US national security advisor, said China remains the most reliable whipping boy-after probably Hillary Clinton and Susan Rice herself.

Trump trip can pave the way for smooth ties ahead

[2017-11-10 07:55]

US President Donald Trump clearly had a good time on Wednesday, the day he and his wife Melania Trump arrived in Beijing. In his tweets, he thanked China and its leaders for the "beautiful welcome" and "unforgettable afternoon and evening at the Forbidden City".

It's vital to find the root cause of terrorism in order to fight it

[2017-11-02 10:55]

Fighting terrorism requires domestic and foreign policies to be formulated on sound analysis, not rhetoric that is only politically correct.

Chinese trust government more than Americans do

[2017-10-27 08:25]

A common misconception in the West is that the Chinese don't support their government and trust their leaders as much as people do in the so-called liberal democracies in the West. But findings can be surprising.

It's robots, not Chinese that are stealing American jobs

[2017-10-13 07:50]

During a recent visit to a Shanghai hospital, I was amazed to see a robot, instead of a human being, dispensing medicine.

Las Vegas carnage yet another wake-up call

[2017-10-04 09:41]

The Sunday night massacre on the Las Vegas Strip which left at least 59 dead and more than 500 wounded has shocked the entire United States, triggering a new round of national debate on gun policy while people are mourning the victims.

Tillerson's talk is a counterbalance to recklessness of Trump's tweets

[2017-09-29 07:42]

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will be in Beijing this weekend to prepare for President Donald Trump's visit to China and to discuss issues ranging from denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula to trade and investment

Trump's speech at UN sends out troubling signals to the world

[2017-09-22 07:29]

US President Donald Trump's maiden speech at the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday contained, to say the least, disturbing messages.

Tapping the full potential of agricultural trade with US

[2017-09-15 07:53]

My discovery on a trip last week to Bozeman, Montana, was not the Yellowstone National Park nearby, but the huge potential for China-US agricultural trade and cooperation.

Trump should stop issuing irresponsible trade threats

[2017-09-08 07:36]

After the Democratic People's Republic of Korea claimed to have tested a hydrogen bomb on Sunday, US President Donald Trump posted several tweets, including one declaring: "The United States is considering, in addition to other options, stopping all trade with any country doing business with North Korea."

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