Hate crimes against Asian Americans on the US soil are becoming more commonplace. These racially discriminatory crimes are the consequence of prevailing far-right wing politics in the US. The far-right was born out of conservatism. It views liberalism and the left-wing political thought and forces as opponents. It also objects to moderate figures of mainstream conservatism.
The top US securities regulator recently adopted a politicized measure which widely believed to be a move targeting Chinese firms listing on the US stock market. As the nation signals no intention to redress its hegemonic approaches to confront China in near term, it might be time for some Chinese firms to ditch the politicized American financial market, returning back home or seeking new financial cooperation outside of the imperious US.
On March 22, 2021, the Seminar on "Internal and External Situations During the 14th Five-Year Plan" & Research Report release Conference (co-sponsored by Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China and Xiangshan Hall) was successfully held. Fang Ning, fellow researcher of the Institute of Political Science, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, delivered a keynote speech. Huang Ping, director of the Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macao Research Center of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, executive vice president of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Hong Kong; Yang Ping, President of Beijing Cultural Reviews and Chiarman of Xiuyuan Foundation; Cheng Yawen, professor of the School of International Relations and Public Affairs of Shanghai International Studies University participated in the guest discussion. The seminar was simultaneously broadcast live on multiple platforms such as Xiao E Tech, Baidu, Bilibili, Weibo, China.org.cn, and Capital News. Nearly 200,000 p
On July 25th, an international meeting in Opposition to the US-led New Cold War on China organized by scholars and activists from 48 countries voluntarily was broadcast live on Zoom, Facebook and YouTube simultaneously. The joint statement with 14-language version of "A New Cold War against China is against the interests of humanity" has attracted great attention from the international community. The event brought together 17 well-known scholars and opinion leaders from China, the United States, the United Kingdom, India, Russia, Canada, Venezuela, Brazil and other countries to participate in the speech. Vijay Prashad, Executive Director, Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research, is one of the initiators of the "No to the New Cold War" initiative.