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
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
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
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
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