Likely Not Much to Come of Xi Jinping’s Meeting With Obama

By He Qinglian on September 11, 2015
Source article in Chinese: 习奥峰会“咯牙”话题知多少?
This translation first appeared in the Epoch Times on September 14, 2015.

Chinese leader Xi Jinping’s upcoming state visit to the U.S. has many overseas media speculating on the potential topics to be brought up during the talks with President Barack Obama, from regional tensions caused by Beijing’s activities in the South China Sea, human rights issues, and cyber-attacks.

China Is Not Saving the World Economy

By He Qinglian on August 27, 2015
Source article in Chinese: 黄梁梦醒:中国并非拯救世界经济的“诺亚方舟”
This adapted translation first appeared in the Epoch Times on September 7, 2015.

Recently, the international community finally, and collectively, began to have a pessimistic view of China’s economy. Reasons for their pessimism vary. Some believe that Xi Jinping’s anti-corruption campaign has led to political instability and hence economic recession. Others believe that the Chinese regime’s intervention in the stock market directly caused an economic crisis.