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.
How will Brexit reshape China-EU relations?
Two major happenings have been reverberating in European media. First, the UK is in deep trouble over Brexit, which has caused political instability in the country. Second, this week's visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping to Italy and France has drawn headlines....2019-03-28
Ding Gang: Chinese investment can uplift Italian ports
The former residence of Marco Polo in Venice has been a must-see for Chinese tourists. This Venetian, who was born on September 15, 1254, is the most familiar Italian name to Chinese. He came to China with his father and uncle via the Silk Road in 1271. The Travels of Marco Polo has had profound influence....2019-03-21
Don’t allow religion to infiltrate education
Almost all emerging economies in Asia that became independent after WWII are grappling with religious problems. Opposing pulls among ethnic groups and religions born out of such problems are one of the principal reasons behind unrest and disputes between neighboring countries....2019-03-14
Nepal refuses to drift between China and India
International relations observers are more likely to see Nepal as a piece of bread sandwiched between China and India. The metaphor is often used by Western media in terms of geopolitics of the region....2019-03-07
Deindustrialization needs modern governance tools
Over the past two to three decades, almost all developed countries have experienced shakeout in industries, shrinking workforce and the substitution of human labor by machines, especially in manufacturing. The process has been prominent even in economies such as India and Brazil, which have not yet completed their industrialization. ...2019-02-28
Huawei’s uphill battle in going global
Whether Huawei is a Chinese company or a global corporation is a question worth pondering. Started as a Chinese company, Huawei aimed to go global, but never lost its national identity. Being global means the company's investments, technology, human resources, products and services as well as profits are derived from the international market. ...2019-02-21
Turkey gropes between West and Islam
Well-known Turkish writer Ferit Orhan Pamuk used the word hüzün to express the melancholy of modern Turkey. He used it to indicate the pain and sorrow over a loss....2019-02-15
Myitsone dam concerns Myanmar’s credibility
In response to a question asked by a student at a meeting with locals in Kalay Township in Sagaing Region on January 22, Myanmar State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi said an administration shouldn't terminate foreign-invested projects approved by its predecessor. If the government breaks a promise made by its predecessor, the country will lose its credibility and "no businessperson would want to invest in this country,"she said. ...2019-02-14
"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,