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The Three Daughters of Madame Liang

Lying awake in her bed, the cold moonlight slanting across the floor, she laughed softly to herself. Could any force, human or natural, destroy a people who believed themselves indestructible, had so believed for thousands of years and would so believe, perhaps forever?

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Literary Quotes

China buys influence in struggling socialist basket case Venezuela

Cash-strapped Venezuela has received a new pledge of $5 billion in financing from China, President Nicolas Maduro announced Sunday as his country struggles with an economic crisis. 108 more words

Global Politics

Non-family enterprise

How can someone in their right mind make the statement that a child’s education is a Non-family enterprise? Well that what Hillary Clinton seems to believe “ 138 more words


Old China time

A neighbor — a very fine artist — invited me along with two Chinese ladies to lunch. One was a 26-year-old Phd candidate at UCBerkeley, the other an older lady who is an architect and who has lived in the United States since 1980. 359 more words

Only the James Cameron buy-up? Is this still our country?

It’s not just the James Cameron buy-up…. Is this still our country?

 The contrast between two types of immigrants hit me recently – in relation to what is happening to us as a people. 1,188 more words

Communist China seeks allegiance with Hawaiian Independence Movement

This is an event NZ politicians presently pandering to the Chicom Generals need to ponder. Maybe even read the book-

Michael Pillsbury, a Pentagon consultant and author of the recent book 100 Year Marathon, said Chinese military hawks, known as “ying pai,” told him they are ready to provide arms to Hawaiian independence activists in retaliation for U.S.

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NZ Politics

Jung Chang - Wild Swans (1991)

Think of this as kind of a really life Amy Tan novel; the true story of three generations of Chinese women living in China from the fall of Imperial Rule through to the death of Mao Ze Dong. 333 more words