U.S. 'Narcissistic' Over Spy Killing Story: Eye on Chinese Media
It is “absurd” that the U.S. takes the moral high ground, whether it is catching spies or SENDING SPIES, Global Times, an English-language tabloid affiliated with the People’s Daily, commented about a report on China allegedly killing and imprisoning CIA sources. The report is "full of narcissism," and it’s worth noting that it comes at a time when bilateral relations are relatively smooth, the paper said. "Many American political elites are willing to see more friction," and they have found a new angle to stir up distrust.
In Other Reports:
BEST MAJOR: College students majoring in computer science find it easiest to get a job and are usually the top earners their among peers, thanks to the rapid development of the mobile internet and artificial intelligence, China Daily reported, citing research by MyCOS, a company specializing in higher education data analytics.
OIL REFORM: China announced a reform plan for the country’s oil and gas industry Sunday. The plan pledges better access for private capital to the vast state-controlled sector, which Xinhua News Agency said could unleash trillions of yuan in investment if the full industrial chain is open. THE CONTEXT: China’s oil and gas market is dominated by a trio of state-owned giants: China National Petroleum Corp., China Petrochemical Corp. and China National Offshore Oil Corp.
FREIGHT ROUTE: A bus-rail-sea freight route connecting the western province Xinjiang and India opened last week, reducing the cost of transporting goods out of China’s furthest-inland city, Urumqi, the region’s capital. Local specialty goods will be first transported from surrounding areas to Urumqi, before being carried to the eastern port city of Lianyungang, and then shipped to India, Xinhua News Agency reported.
— With assistance by Yinan Zhao