US President Joe Biden signs three documents, including cabinet nominations, in the President’s Room at the Capitol after his inauguration on January 20, as Vice-President Kamala Harris looks on. His proposed cabinet would be the most diverse in US history, if confirmed by the Senate. Photo: AP US President Joe Biden signs three documents, including cabinet nominations, in the President’s Room at the Capitol after his inauguration on January 20, as Vice-President Kamala Harris looks on. His proposed cabinet would be the most diverse in US history, if confirmed by the Senate. Photo: AP
US President Joe Biden signs three documents, including cabinet nominations, in the President’s Room at the Capitol after his inauguration on January 20, as Vice-President Kamala Harris looks on. His proposed cabinet would be the most diverse in US history, if confirmed by the Senate. Photo: AP
Chi Wang
Opinion

Opinion

Chi Wang

Why Joe Biden, man of contradictions, is just the president to unite a divided United States

  • What separates Biden from his predecessors are the intricacies of his character and career, which make him uniquely qualified to handle these extraordinary times defined by calls for unity and justice, healing and retribution, a return to normalcy and radical change

US President Joe Biden signs three documents, including cabinet nominations, in the President’s Room at the Capitol after his inauguration on January 20, as Vice-President Kamala Harris looks on. His proposed cabinet would be the most diverse in US history, if confirmed by the Senate. Photo: AP US President Joe Biden signs three documents, including cabinet nominations, in the President’s Room at the Capitol after his inauguration on January 20, as Vice-President Kamala Harris looks on. His proposed cabinet would be the most diverse in US history, if confirmed by the Senate. Photo: AP
US President Joe Biden signs three documents, including cabinet nominations, in the President’s Room at the Capitol after his inauguration on January 20, as Vice-President Kamala Harris looks on. His proposed cabinet would be the most diverse in US history, if confirmed by the Senate. Photo: AP
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Chi Wang

Chi Wang

Chi Wang, a former head of the Chinese section of the US Library of Congress, is president of the US-China Policy Foundation.