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As China obtains more power, camouflage becomes less necessary

It’s time for Hong Kong to start planning for life after 2047

By Peter Guy
South China Mornring Post

A protester wearing a mask of missing bookseller Lee Po stands in a cage during a protest against the disappearances of booksellers in Hong Kong after five men associated with a Hong Kong publisher known for books critical of China’s leaders vanished one by one in the past three months. 763 more words

A Map Redrawn by a Hidden Rakshasa Force

Report by Madhuksara Devar

Every now and then, there is a news story that is presented to the Aaiyyan World Foundation that we need to question: “Why is this in the news?” and “Who benefits from this news being broadcast?” 434 more words

News

HERE COME THE LOAN RESETS

Overheard a couple in their 20’s talking about Mortgages, so I waded in and told them a little of my background.  We chatted for a while and he pulled out a letter from his Lender. 234 more words

The Market

Was Yao Ming engineered for basketball?

Former Newsweek writer Brook Larmer claims that Yao Ming’s parents were hand-picked by the government to produce a tall basketball player.

Gimme the gist

Yao Ming is a former basketball player for the Houston Rockets and one of China’s most-cherished sports celebrities.  220 more words

Society