Japan’s Biological Warfare in China

Ishii Shirō handed over 8,000 bioweapon samples, and in return, he never went to trial but worked at Fort Detrick, the US Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases that develops bio-weapons, where a special lab had been allocated for him.

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A Man of Justice

A man reported to police, “Some terrorists threaten to throw me out of the house.” “That’s terrible,” said the cop. “Why do they want to throw you out of the house, sir?” “They say that’s their house and do not want me to stay there.” “Fair enough. How did you get there in the first place?” inquired the cop. “I […]

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Democracy and Dictatorship

Democracy or Dictatorship? The Corporate United States The essence  The Corporate United States The form COMMENTS FROM GOOGLE PLUS Jan 18, 2017 Mani Elliott What’s wrong with democracy? All Things Chinese Democracy without centralization, for a group, it could mean inefficiency; for a country, it might lead to anarchy. But this is still not the worst scenario. What’s truly nasty […]

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A Scholar’s Recount Of The Tiananmen Incident 1989

The following is an eye-twinness account penned in 2009 by 彩云舒, a Beijing scholar. English translation by Fish, photos and captions also added by Fish.  In 1989, I briefly returned to Beijing for a research project that was jointly carried out by China’s Science Academy and an overseas company and had an opportunity to observe the whole process of the […]

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An Eye-Witness Account Of The Tiananmen Incident 1989

The following is a Chinese language post penned by 老气横秋 who participated and witnessed the Tiananmen Incident 1989 and its English translation. Photos and captions are added by Fish.  May 18, 1989, Beijing factory workers joined the anti-corruption movement taking place in the Tiananmen Square initiated by university students. The corrupted officials were mainly referring to Deng Pufang, Deng Xiaoping’s […]

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