Cities are draped in smog for ever-longer periods and rivers are turning black, red and yellow as waste is dumped in. Meanwhile, algae merrily sprout, writes green business guru Allerd Stikker in his spiritually slanted assessment of China’s pollution crisis. 7 more words
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Opinion - The forgotten army of the first world war: How Chinese labourers helped shape Europe | South China Morning Post - John Gelmini
As Dr Alf says ,the story is moving and it is one we would never have known about in the West but for the South China Morning Post. 94 more words
The forgotten army of the first world war: How Chinese labourers helped shape Europe | South China Morning Post
This is an excellent article and a strongly recommended read from the South China Morning Post. Check it out!
Pity anyone who enters China’s penal system for any reason. Even “prisoners of conscience” – Uygurs, Tibetans, Christians and Falun Gong members – are systematically slaughtered inside, according to investigator Ethan Gutmann.. 7 more words
Despite its liquid nature the fiscal system is set in its ways – and it needs to change, say Italian economists Massimo Amato and Luca Fantacci, who address some problems buoyed by liquidity. 7 more words