I saw Gone Girl last Friday and enjoyed the film up until I realized what horrible people it centered around. Not flawed human beings, but monsters. 730 more words
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My native country, Brazil, is in the process of electing a new head of state—and there is a possibility that the nation will choose to wobble from the Left to the Right. 1,155 more words
At the end of the preface to the first edition of my book Tiananmen’s Tremendous Achievement, I tell readers my intention in writing the book: 672 more words
In other articles in this blog, I have been proposing a view of NATION that includes three parts: the people, government, and culture. Under this scenario, CULTURE plays the role of HEART; the people play the role of stomach; and the government plays the role of brain. 832 more words
The Crystal Monkey is now for sale in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Thailand. Check out http://nohrden.com/Crystal_Monkey/Purchase.html to find out how to order a copy from these countries.
Today happens to be the anniversary of the ‘Double tenth’ event that I had discussed in my previous post! （加油中国）. This will be a short post written in Mandarin, talking about a film that I watched to gain insight on Chinese history (particularly the formation of the People’s Republic of China) called ‘The Soong Sisters’, which in Chinese is called: 宋家皇朝 or 宋家三姐妹 (Sòng jiā san Jiě mèi)。 我们今天看了“宋家皇朝”，它讲的是关于中国现代历史，宋家三姐妹的故事。她们叫宋蔼龄，宋庆龄和宋美龄。她们都又美丽又出色。她们一个爱钱，一个爱，一个爱她的国家。 我被这部片陶醉。我觉得这个故事很有意思，而且那些的演员演得非常真实，感人。 如果你想看中国近代的历史片, 世界我祝你好运 从欣妍。
China has been dominating the media for a number of years. Apart from the occasional problems with unrest in peripheral regions, most of if the media stories are positive, raving about the high speed of economic development in one of the world’s most populous nations. 765 more words