Here is something interesting I found on Youtube. For all the talk about China spreading propaganda and indoctrinating their children - you know teaching children about the greatness of their nation, their leader, their history ... about the importance of social harmony ... instilling hope for a better future - does the U.S. really look that different? … [Read more...] about Mmm, mmm, mm … Barack Hussein Obama!
Welcome to APHAFIC, the Association for Preserving Historical Accuracy of Foreign Invasions in China. This organization was started in San Diego by Nancy Lo, the current president, as a rebuttal to some of the historical inaccuracies coming out of Japan concerning the Japanese invasion of China in the early to mid 20th century. Nancy is wearing a floral dress in this photo. … [Read more...] about Association for Preserving Historical Accuracy of Foreign Invasions in China (APHAFIC)
This article was printed in the People's Daily on June 19th. Since this is a state controlled publication, whatever is published will usually have the blessing of the CCP leadership. Chinese President Hu Jintao and India PM Manmohan Singh recently appeared together at the BRIC summit in Russia. Things seemed friendly enough at the time. What has changed since then? And why … [Read more...] about India: Friend, Enemy, or Both?
漢節拼來一烈屍，危城罵敵蔡公時。 傷心我未磨新劍，直筆空題恭敬辭。 --- 白丁 The martyr’s name is Cai Gong Shi (蔡公時). Ji Nan (濟南) is a city in the Shan Dong (山東) Province. Here is a brief background of Cai before he was murdered by the Japanese. He was born in 1881 in Jiu Jiang (九江) of Jiang Xi (江西). When he was 18, he had risked everything to organize a progressive group called the "Beware of Stains” … [Read more...] about (Letter from bai ding) 五三濟南慘案 The Massacre of Ji Nan on May 3, 1928
Bai Yansong (here's his biography), the famed CCTV anchor, was on a trip to film his travels and observations in the US, when he gave this following speech at Yale University recently. (Here is the original.) It has a "commencement speech" style to it and is of general interest. Here is a translation for your consumption. … [Read more...] about My Story and the Chinese Dream Behind It