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Tiananmen Square & China – 23 Years Later

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in China, History

Hard to believe it has been over 20 years since that fateful day. They’re remembering the fallen in Hong Kong… The Hong Kong demonstrators massed in a downtown park, holding candles around a June 4 memorial and a replica of the Goddess of Democracy statue that was built in Tiananmen Square before tanks and troops […]

June 4th, 2012 | Permalink| No Comments »

China to Europe: ‘Your worn out welfare society and outdated labor laws induce sloth, indolence and penalize hard work.’

By mw | Related entries in Bad Decisions, Bailouts, Banks, China, europe

Jin Liqun explains with crystal clarity the prerequisite conditions for China’s potential role as a “white knight” riding to the financial rescue of the Eurozone. To whit – if it is not good for China, and it is not a good investment, China is not going to participate in the European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF). Then in explicit terms, with no BS, no mincing of words, and no diplomatic artifice, Jin Liqun lectures Europe on exactly the problem with the Eurozone labor laws and welfare state.

November 9th, 2011 | Permalink| 7 Comments »

Currency Envy

By donar | Related entries in Cartoons, China, Economy, Political Graffiti


November 17th, 2010 | Permalink| 4 Comments »

Thanksgiving tradition – precedented and “un”

By mw | Related entries in Bad Decisions, Barack, China, Economy, Fiscal Responsibility, Food

The administration that has initiated so much that is unprecedented in American politics, introduced an unprecedented new Thanksgiving tradition – carving up our currency for the holidays.

November 26th, 2009 | Permalink| 1 Comment »

Free the Yuan

By donar | Related entries in Barack, Cartoons, China, Economy, Obama, Political Graffiti


November 17th, 2009 | Permalink| 1 Comment »

Iran and the China syndrome

By donar | Related entries in Cartoons, China, Iran, Nuclear, Political Graffiti

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September 30th, 2009 | Permalink| 6 Comments »

Helium-3: Energy Godsend?

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in China, Energy, Russia, Science, Space, Technology, The Politics Of Film, The World, United States

I’ve been genuinely intrigued at how much fiction and reality have been intersecting recently. See, there’s this film called MOON and it follows the story of a guy working on the far side of the moon who figures out that there’s a lot more to his mission than collecting the natural resource Helium-3. It’s a […]

July 23rd, 2009 | Permalink| 4 Comments »

Tiananmen Twenty Years Later

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in China, History

There are few images as iconic as this, and none that serve as both a realistic and symbolic portrayal of the war China has waged against freedom and free thinkers. And while this one was snapped on June 5, 1989, I felt the need to share it today. Because as Americans we should remember Tinananmen […]

June 4th, 2009 | Permalink| 3 Comments »

China Puts North Korea Talks On Hold

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in China, North Korea, Nuclear

Looks like last week’s nuclear test angered a key ally too. From Bloomberg: China suspended government exchanges with North Korea after Kim Jong-Il’s regime last week tested a nuclear device and fired short-range missiles, Yonhap News said. China has halted plans to send officials to North Korea and won’t accept visits from Kim’s government either, […]

June 1st, 2009 | Permalink| No Comments »

North Korea Has Our Attention. Now What?

By Alan Stewart Carl | Related entries in China, Foreign Policy, North Korea, Nuclear, Russia

Well, North Korea has the world’s attention. Exploding a nuclear bomb and launching missile tests will do that. All that’s left now is for the world to respond. North Korea has long been a foreign policy conundrum, frustrating a long line of U.S. presidents who’ve attempted to stop the so-called hermit nation from threatening its […]

May 26th, 2009 | Permalink| 16 Comments »