Ding GangDing Gang is a senior editor with People`s Daily.
Expertise : International Relations; Sino-Japanese Relations; Sino-U.S. Relations
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Senior Reporter of People’s Daily. From 1990 onwards, Ding Gang has served as People's Daily in Sweden, Belgium and the United Nations correspondent, deputy director of the International Department, the Asia Pacific Center branch (Thailand) chief reporter, and Central branch in Latin America (Brazil) chief reporter. Hired as a Senior Consultant by Global Times in 2006.
Japan can still offer lessons for China
On the last day of my recent Japan tour, I visited Kitakyushu Eco-Town. The tour guide presented our delegation with a map of the eco-town: 500 kilometers northeast is Tokyo and 500 kilometers southwest is Shanghai....2018-05-10
Yasukuni Shrine film still relevant 10 years on
During the trip to Japan last week, I attended a meeting in an office of Japan`s Niconico, a Japanese video sharing service on the web. One of the topics of the meeting was related to the first documentary on this subject since the end of World War II....2018-05-03
How China, Japan can cooperate on B&R
The Belt and Road initiative was heatedly discussed at the ongoing China-Japan high-level think tank-media dialogues, reminding me of the European Coal and Steel Community, an organization set up in 1951 by six European countries to regulate their industrial production under a centralized authority....2018-04-26
Globalization’s role in China-Japan relations
Since the middle of 2017, China-Japan relations have been improving, but fundamental problems still exist and relations between the two countries remain uncertain....2018-04-20
Can India keep momentum of opening up?
India is pursuing rejuvenation of the nation. This goal can only be achieved through continuous reform and opening up, but it also requires an increased ability to adapt by resolving the impacts brought on by opening....2018-04-12
Ding Gang: India’s decolonization spirit cannot be forgotten
India is an independent country created by colonists. The Indian people from various ethnicities have gradually reinforced their consciousness of national identity through their resistance movement against the British colonists....2018-03-29
Sino-Indian border row a wound from history
Visitors to India are often amazed by the colorful cultures of diverse ethnic social groups and geographical regions. Sometimes they even ask: "Are we in the same country?"...2018-03-23
Is the Taj Mahal part of Indian culture?
Like all other tourists from China, I looked forward to seeing the Taj Mahal, described by Indian poet Rabindranath Tagore as "a teardrop on the cheek of time." On the way from Delhi to Agra, I visited the Hindu temple of Akshardham. The Hindu shrine lingered in my memory as I strolled the compound of the Taj Mahal. The stark contrast brought into my mind the rift caused by religion....2018-03-15
"2016: G20 and China"
This book from the "history" of the G20's past and present, a comprehensive discussion of the G20's origin and role, agenda,