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A zero-sum mentality about China-US relations is reflected not only in the thinking of some US politicians, but also in a new survey conducted by the Pew Research CenterAccording to the survey, 78 percent in the Philippines have a positive view of the US as of this spring, down from 92 percent who expressed positive sentiments in 2015The US government, lawmakers and pundits have generally expressed negative views of Duterte since he took office last JuneBut Filipinos also share positive views of China and its leader, President Xi JinpingFully 86 percent have a favorable view of Duterte himself; 78 percent support his handling of the illegal-drugs issue; and 62 percent say that the Philippines government is making progress in its anti-drug campaignIn 2014, the Philippines was still led by Aquino IIIBut the Philippines, and indeed all the countries in the region, should be encouraged to have good relations with both China and the US, a real win-win situation for not just the three countries involved, but for the region and the worldAUCKLAND - New Zealand's parliamentary elections on Saturday yield no clear winner as tally ended in the wee hours of Sunday, leaving the third largest party with 7The negotiations may take days or weeks before a deal is struck between the future governing partnersWinston Peters, the party chief of the New Zealand First Party, however, refused to say which party he would side with8 percent votes or seven seats in the congress would just make enough seats to form a government if they can successfully get the New Zealand First Party on boardThe New Zealand First Party has garnered nine seats, making it the indispensable coalition partner for both the National Party and the Labor Party to form the governmentThe ruling National Party has secured 46 percent of the party votes, which transfer to 58 seats in the 120 member Congress in an Mixed-Member Proportional voting system, with the opposition Labor Party lagging behind at 35BEIJING - China on Friday urged all relevant parties to avoid any action that may increase tension on the Korean Peninsula after the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) said it might test a hydrogen bomb in the Pacific Ocean"Only if all sides bear their due responsibilities, can the peninsula nuclear issue be truly resolved and peace and stability restored to the region"The DPRK knows well that China opposes its development of nuclear weapons and nuclear tests, Lu said"What parties concerned should do now is to strictly and comprehensively implement UN Security Council resolutions and make positive efforts to resolve the issue through dialogue"The current situation on the peninsula is severe and complicated," Foreign Minister spokesperson Lu Kang said at a daily press briefingThe minister said that if there is any change needed, it is the denuclearization of the peninsula, and that would be more comprehensive, thorough and irreversible"Whatever changes may take place, no matter how long it will take, and whatever difficulties we may face, China will stay firmly committed to denuclearizing the peninsula and moving toward talks," he saidKono said Pyongyang's nuclear and missile programs have posed a practical threat to regional peace as well as Japan's security"We call upon the US to honor its 'Four Nos' commitment, and we call upon all parties to play a constructive role in easing tensions," Wang said"We urge the DPRK not to go further on along a dangerous direction," Wang saidIf Japan only discusses sanctions in the absence of dialogue, and even resists dialogue, it will be considered as violating the resolutions"There is still hope for peace, we must not give up," Wang said during his speech at the UN General Assembly on ThursdayTwelve years have passed since a joint statement was issued from the Six-Party Talks, signed on Sept 19, 2005, Wang said, but things that follow the progressive trend of the times never become outdated and decisions on the right side of history never become obsolete"There should be no new nuclear weapons state, whether it is in the north or south of the peninsula, whether it is in Northeast Asia or other parts of the world," Wang addedForeign Minister Wang Yi urged Pyongyang not to go further in a dangerous direction, and said there should be no new nuclear state in either of the Koreas or elsewhereWang said sanctions and peace talks are both part of the Security Council resolutionsThe remarks came as rhetoric and even personal name-calling has flared up in recent days between Washington and Pyongyangsitemap