Sun Xi

Sun Xi

Sun Xi, a China-born alumnus of the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore, is an independent commentary writer based in Singapore.

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Opinion | No one wins in the West’s politicisation of the Covid-19 origin probe to attack China

The US and its allies have too casually dismissed the findings by a joint WHO-China team that found no evidence of a lab leak. The work to trace the origins of Covid-19 should be a matter for science, not politicians who appear bent on pinning the blame on China.

The US and its allies have too casually dismissed the findings by a joint WHO-China team that found no evidence of a lab leak. The work to trace the origins of Covid-19 should be a matter for science, not politicians who appear bent on pinning the blame on China.

27 Jun 2021 - 1:30AM
Opinion | Even after 40 years, China can still learn from Singapore

The city state, a key role model for a modernising China, remains far ahead in social development and governance and continues to have lessons to share.

The city state, a key role model for a modernising China, remains far ahead in social development and governance and continues to have lessons to share.

20 Dec 2018 - 6:35AM
Trumponomics is winning in Washington and global supply chains feel the pain

The course the US-China trade dispute takes will be unpredictable, but we can count on the impact on global production networks to be negative. Some are already scrambling to adjust.

The course the US-China trade dispute takes will be unpredictable, but we can count on the impact on global production networks to be negative. Some are already scrambling to adjust.

6 Aug 2018 - 2:02AM
20 Jul 2018 - 2:55PM
20 Jul 2018 - 2:54PM
23 Mar 2015 - 5:01PM
Central is not Tiananmen, thankfully

It's debatable whether the ongoing five-day class boycott by students in Hong Kong should be compared with the May Fourth Movement of 1919 in Beijing.

It's debatable whether the ongoing five-day class boycott by students in Hong Kong should be compared with the May Fourth Movement of 1919 in Beijing.

26 Sep 2014 - 2:24AM
Blame game can't solve Southeast Asia's haze crisis

The more than 20-year-old cross-boundary haze malady has hit Singapore again, but this time the situation is much worse, with pollution levels breaking several records.

The more than 20-year-old cross-boundary haze malady has hit Singapore again, but this time the situation is much worse, with pollution levels breaking several records.

25 Jun 2013 - 5:22AM