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China's young military leaders are destroying China

China is on the verge of destroying a geopolitical miracle. In 1980, its economy was less than one-tenth that of the United States. In 30 years, China rose to become No. 1,087 more words


SZ Daily: A holiday at Lianhua Hill

Kite-flying park

Posing in front of the Civic Center building, best pic I got


IF I was asked to choose my favorite place to relax in Shenzhen, I would say the Lianhua Hill area. 486 more words


China’s CCP Dynasty with a Core like an Emperor

I was invited by Linkedin to publish my post there yesterday. The following is my second post there. I am grateful that Linkedin provides me with a forum to make known my views to quite a few of its members. 1,374 more words

Huge discounts on Kindle version of Tiananmen's Tremendous Achievements is extended internationally

China Daily Mail contributor Chan Kai Yee has announced that 70% discounts on the Kindle version of his book are now in place until the end of June. 444 more words


Chris Hedges: The Rules of Revolt

Nonviolence requires—despite what those who advocate violence contend—deep reserves of physical and moral courage. State violence is defeated through the refusal to be afraid, even after violence is used by the state to stamp out protests, and through continuing acts of nonviolent resistance.

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Military Madness

Book Review: "Tiananmen's Tremendous Achievements" by Chan Kai Yee

Acclaimed author Chan Kai Yee has released an expanded second edition of his book “Tiananmen’s Tremendous Achievements,” released June 4 to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen Massacre. 368 more words


Will Narendra Modi be India's equivalent of Lee Kuan Yew or Deng Xiaoping?

Having taken over as India’s Prime Minister a couple of weeks ago, Mr. Narendra Modi and his ministers have some taken actions that inspire confidence. For example, work has begun on a definite plan to clean the Ganga and the Yamuna rivers. 392 more words