Zhang Lijia: Sex Abuse and China’s Children - 2nd May

BEIJING — When I was 13, living in the outskirts of Nanjing, China, in the ’70s, my math teacher molested all the girls in our class, including me. Under the pretense of checking my work, he would lean over me, … Continued

Parag Khanna: Corporations play huge role in helping communities: Academic - 29th Apr

SINGAPORE— Corporations, and not just governments, now play a huge role in helping communities and their leaders should take on a dual role as “CEO-statesman”, said academic Parag Khanna. “We’ve moved from a world in which we assume that Governments … Continued

Parag Khanna: National service for the 21st century - 26th Apr

“Switzerland doesn’t have an army, it is an army.” So described the American writer John McPhee the Swiss military in his famous reportage La Place de la Concorde Suisse. For over 200 years, conscripted Swiss men have trained to mobilise … Continued

Yukon Huang: Courting Asia: China’s Maritime Silk Route vs America’s Pivot - 26th Apr

U.S. President Barack Obama’s Asian tour is intended to revitalize his moribund pivot to Asia. That this strategic initiative is still alive despite the inevitable pull of events in the Middle East and Europe is attributable to China’s claims over … Continued

Parag Khanna: Globalist Parag Khanna Admits Alternative Media Influences Global Diplomacy - 17th Apr

To those who follow alternative media closely this will not come as a surprise. Up and coming globalist-in-training Parag Khanna recently stated that the internet has provided a tool for “Mega Diplomacy” by which “…any actor, whether it is… a university or a … Continued

Edward Cunningham: Doing Business in Asia - 15th Apr

Panelists Edward Cunningham, Gwynn Guilford, Ed Koehler, and Bruce Thomas share up-to-the-minute information and insights for multinationals investing and doing business in Asia. Asia Society Executive Vice President Tom Nagorski moderates the discussion. Source: March 25, 2014, Asia Society

Parag Khanna: Article on Sri Lanka by Parag Khanna Contains Some Inaccuracies, Miscalculations and Subtle Indian Bias - 15th Apr

Parag Khanna’s article in CNN titled How Strategic is Sri Lanka” is both refreshing and deceiving. While it contains a number of factual observations, it also contained a number of inaccuracies and miscalculations of geopolitical issues. Article link: How strategic … Continued

Yao Ming: “Yao urges lighter govt grip on sports system” - 11th Apr

Measuring 2.26 meters tall, basketball icon Yao Ming is the center of attention wherever he appears, even at the annual session of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference that concluded last week. Since the opening session earlier this month at … Continued

Ian Johnson: In China, “Once the Villages Are Gone, the Culture Is Gone” - 11th Apr

BEIJING — Once or twice a week, a dozen amateur musicians meet under a highway overpass on the outskirts of Beijing, carting with them drums, cymbals and the collective memory of their destroyed village. They set up quickly, then play … Continued

Alice Giusto: Organic Consumers Behind the Great Wall - 11th Apr

Italian native Alice Giusto is a certified health coach and holistic nutrition consultant living and working in Beijing, China. Her company, Well Being Nourish, serves foreigners and locals alike in Beijing, as well as clients around the world. We caught up with her in February to find out … Continued

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