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Bildungsroman of a Crinkled Warrior

Chaolin, the protagonist and narrator of the graphic story, was a distanced figure whom I knew of as my father’s Japanese teacher. I would only visit him during Chinese New Year in the Taiwanese countryside where he chatted about space travel with an amiable, crinkled smile. 27 more words

Creative Writing

WeChat begins censoring users ahead of China's National Party Congress

Expect to see plenty of censorship news coming out of China over the next week.

The country’s National Congress is a hugely influential political summit that takes place every five years, and includes the selection of central party leadership. 529 more words


German neo-Nazi, 88, is convicted again for Holocaust denial after claiming there were no gas chambers at Auschwitz

Holocaust denier Ursula Haverbeck-Wetzel, 88, arrives for her trial at the Amtsgericht Tiergarten courthouse on October 16

By Sophie Inge For Mailonline

German court on Monday sentenced an 88-year-old ‘Nazi grandma’ to six months in jail, the fifth in a string of similar convictions for the repeat Holocaust denier. 1,055 more words
Human Rights Violations

4 Key Las Vegas Shooting Witnesses Are Now Missing Or Dead

By Baxter Dmitry

Four key Las Vegas shooting witnesses are now missing or dead, and they all have one thing in common – their version of events contradicts the official narrative. 610 more words
Human Rights Violations

How Kirkus changed its review of American Heart after mob pressure

Yesterday I reported  that Kirkus, one of the three “biggie” reviewing services that vets books for libraries and readers before publication, had removed a prized star from one of its reviews: that of  1,684 more words