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The Confucianists obfuscate and hide; we face the truth



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Openchinanow

Mon, 18 Jan 2010 08:46:54 +0000

Closed systems are well-defined and profitable, but only for those who control them. Open systems are chaotic and profitable, but only for those who understand them well and move faster than everyone else. Closed systems grow quickly while open systems evolve more slowly, so placing your bets on open requires the optimism, will, and means […](image)


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Beichuan: a vision of hellchinanow

Sat, 17 May 2008 21:02:10 +0000

China has, cautiously, welcomed some foreign input. When Mr Wen first visited the town he spotted an American doctor, Brian Robinson of the Heart to Heart aid outfit, walking with other volunteers along the road and he ordered the car to stop. He embraced the doctor, thanked him and told him to go to Beichuan […](image)


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Silent suffering of quake victims – CNN.comchinanow

Sat, 17 May 2008 20:50:48 +0000

Perhaps the most poignant experience came while we were talking to the local party secretary in Che Jia Va, who gave us directions and pointed out various landmarks — all the while keeping a stoic face. The town was once home to 13,000 people, and 3,000 are still missing, he says.(image)


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China’s Holistic Censorship Regimechinanow

Sat, 17 May 2008 20:48:41 +0000

In fact, conflating the interests of the Chinese Communist Party with the interests of businesses operating in China is what makes China Inc. work. For the last 30 years, China has been building a social system that establishes an identity between business and broader political or social interests. Does this work well in promoting the […](image)


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Sichuan Earthquakechinanow

Mon, 12 May 2008 18:35:28 +0000

A school in Chengdu from www.drumsnwhistles.c posted with vodpod(image)


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“We Are Not Free”chinanow

Fri, 09 May 2008 05:43:55 +0000

“It’s as if they want to change the way we are,” said a lama about the Chinese authorities. Monks in Tibet are struggling to continue practicing their faith in the face of huge political pressure.(image)


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Tibet’s history, China’s powerchinanow

Fri, 28 Mar 2008 22:27:14 +0000

Whenever there is any domestic turmoil in China, the government’s instinctive response is always to lay the blame on external anti-Chinese influences “meddling in China’s internal affairs”. Yet it is very clear that the Dalai Lama has played no direct role in instigating the current wave of riots and demonstrations across the Tibetan plateau. It […](image)


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The Cry of Tibetchinanow

Fri, 28 Mar 2008 21:41:46 +0000

The recent troubles in Tibet are a replay of events that happened two decades ago. On Oct. 1, 1987, Buddhist monks were demonstrating peacefully at the Barkor — the famous market street around the central cathedral in Lhasa — when police began beating and arresting them. To ordinary Tibetans, who view monks as “treasures,” the […](image)


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Time for Beijing to walk the talkchinanow

Wed, 26 Mar 2008 21:20:10 +0000

Much of what Barack Obama said on US race relations in his already-famous speech could apply to China’s race- related disturbances in Tibet. But there is slim chance a Chinese version of Obama will rise anytime soon and say it.(image)


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