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China prepares for the next stage

There appear to be a gathering number of signs that China is entering a new policy phase of its economic and financial development.

First, currency… 643 more words


China's Central Asian push continues with $46bn Pakistan deal

Interesting to read of China’s Central Asian focus (or ‘Western Development Strategy’ – 西部大开发) expanding still further with a $46bn commitment to investment in Pakistan… 263 more words


Premier commentary

Lionel Barber’s latest interview with Li Keqiang in the FT raises a couple of interesting points.

First of all, Li seems to view US post-crisis economic policy as a kind of Keynesian over-extension, which really needs to be cut short in favour of “structural reforms”, describing himself as only half-convinced that the US and others using these tools are doing the right thing. 279 more words


China: A cyberwarring state

Bill Gertz,  The Washington Times

China’s strategy of large-scale cyberattacks is motivated mainly by the goal of keeping the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in power, in addition to gaining economic secrets and planning cyberattacks in a conflict, according to a new report by the Center for a New American Security. 418 more words


Epoch Times' "Essence of China" Featurette

In our new condo, as opposed to my old apartment, residents don’t get the Toronto Star. We don’t even get the Scarborough Mirror, for which I had worked as a paperboy back in my youth. 425 more words


Why Is Constitutionalism Impossible Under the CCP?

By Xiaokai Xiang

Published: July 8, 2013

The fundamental irreconcilability between constitutionalism and a Leninist political party. 

Recently, China’s state-owned media has issued a number of articles bombarding constitutionalism, starting a war of words. 1,797 more words

Analyses And Opinions

Hong Kong 香港大游行: What the education protest is about from a parent's perspective!

via Vivian Poon:
各位, 我係圓玄小學既家長, 大家好~~

English Translation By Cecilia.W.Yu:

Ladies and Gentlemen,


I am one of the Po Leung Kuk primary school parents.  Today I went to a”PTA meeting”. 1,356 more words