Paper Tiger Bites

1998 Asian Financial Meltdown Video with English subtitle: China-US financial war in Hong Kong by 巫师财经, a Chinese financial advisor  As it is explicitly explained in the video, Asian Financial Meltdown was a crisis initiated by the U.S. single-handedly, with the purpose to suppress the development of the new economies in Asia, in particular, Japan and China. When commenting on the […]

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Chinese Organizations Funded by NED

It is reported by Chinese media Liaowang Weekly that Hong Kong protesters are getting paid $700 per day just to show up. Violent actions and recruiting others get big money — up to $7000. NED openly admits on its website that it funds anti-China groups in Hong Kong   (Source: @CaliCali200) The National Endowment for Democracy (NED) is a U.S. non-profit soft power organization with […]

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The Hong Kong Problems

Hong Kong’s Problem with It’s Educational System Hong Kong’s educational and legal systems are in a big mess and the students are free to publically show Nazi salute. The guy in the right is the president of the student union at Hong Kong University. Hong Kong’s Problem with Its Legal System As Hong Kong‘s legal system is based on Common […]

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China’s Lunchtime Nap Culture

Taking a short nap after lunch is a distinctive Chinese way of living, which is believed to generate positive health benefits. Chinese kids are trained to take a nap at school. After initial resistance, they eventually have developed a life-long noon nap habit. Chinese during lunch break. A typical Chinese classroom during lunch break. COMMENTS FROM MINDS.COM Eric People in […]

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A Warmonger Monkey

This is not a fairytale but a real incident occurred in a zoo in Guangdong Province. A tiger and a monkey were neighbours with their territories separated by steel bars along the border. One day when the tiger quietly took a nap, the restless and insecure monkey somehow became more vicious, more aggressive, more inclined to take risks to come […]

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Tu Youyou – First Chinese Woman Won Nobel Prize

84-year old Chinese scientist Tu Youyou received Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in Stockholm on December 10, 2015, Tu Youyou won Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine and gave a speech in Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm. She is the first Chinese scientist from the mainland and the first Chinese woman from anywhere in the world to receive a Nobel Prize. […]

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The Climate Is Changing

The Sun Is Setting in the West According to Daoist concept, the earthly existence is a shadowy reflection of the celestial reality. The dark mass looming on the western horizon is not gigantic hills, but a massive piece of cloud. A scene of yin-yang division between the dark west and the rest of the sky that is rather bright appeared in the […]

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Pandas Not In Black & White

China found a white panda in Sichuan Province in April 2019. The first panda donning other coloured coat, instead of in a trademark white & black outfit, was discovered in 1985 in a bamboo forest in Shaanxi’s Qinling mountain area, the third major habitat for giant pandas after Sichuan and Hubei. The latest field inspection carried out between 1999 and 2003 puts the panda population […]

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