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Hong Kong, With Or Without Political Reform, City Needs To End Antagonistic Political Tactics

Alice Wu says it’s time Hongkongers demanded politicians end their antagonistic tactics which are crippling the city’s progress

By Alice Wu

A democratic culture is supposed to enable opponents, even enemies, to co-exist in a shared future. 564 more words

A Westerner's take on travels in China

In my previous job, armed with the title of Deputy Director – China, I embarked on over ten trips to the continent on business with the aim of selling electronic patient record software into the Chinese healthcare market. 2,501 more words



I had less than 15 minutes between 2 appointments and figure that The Taco Bar might be able to handle it.

Mission accomplished. In and out in 13 minutes and I didn’t starve.

Life In China

Is China Going to Be the World's Superpower Within a Few Short Decades?

By Pepe Escobar / TomDispatch February 22, 2015

BEIJING — Seen from the Chinese capital as the Year of the Sheep starts, the malaise affecting the West seems like a mirage in a galaxy far, far away. 2,723 more words

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The Home Show

Coalman on his round along the hutongs of Beijing. Click image for more photographs of Beijing.

Two tricycles approach each other along the valley, neither giving way. 1,389 more words


"Under the Dome": Shocking Documentary on Chinese Pollution

This documentary was posted just a few weeks ago. The creator was fully aware of the consequences and censorship in China. However, this documentary became viral in China, with over 150 million views. 526 more words


Malika Ayane - Lentissimo

This song is my recent addiction. I’ve been seriously craving to travel to Italy and discover all the beauty there. So I just started some research whether I end up there soon or not. 218 more words