(THIS ARTICLE IS COURTESY OF THE CHINA HERALD AND THE NEW YORK TIMES)
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Understanding did not lead to agreement.
-Ian Johnson The Souls of China: The Return of Religion After Mao
‘You have to decide if you’re writing about practices to make money or if you’re writing about money.’
— Ian Johnson The Souls of China
It’s February 2017 and my friend asks me if I want to go and see Hacksaw Ridge. I’m not sure. The film has been getting some rave reviews amongst my Christian friends – a friend-of-a-friend has claimed it’s one of the best films they’ve ever seen, but I can take a guess as to why. 879 more words
A video showing pedestrians and drivers ignoring a woman struck by a taxi and then run over by an S.U.V. has left Chinese again questioning their societal values.. 7 more words