Category Archives: China

Big News out of China, part III

Big News out of China, part III In Big News out of China parts 1 and 2, I laid out the algorithm, essentially that Xi is attempting in recent years, to have his cake and eat it as too. Namely … Continue reading

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Big News out of China, part II

Big News out of China, part II In the first installment I quoted from a Chinese State Service outlining Xi’s commitment to increase imports, reduce trade barriers and convert the Yuan to a fully usable currency the world over. My … Continue reading

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BIG News from China

BIG News from China We live in a bizarre news bubble here in the United States right now. Our network news and most of the newspapers are locked in an ideological alliance with a single political party, the Democrats — … Continue reading

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Why I am in a good mood lately…

Why I am in a good mood lately… I’ve been worried about some things, admittedly far beyond my influence, for a number of years. Now you might ask, with things such as they are in the world, would I suddenly … Continue reading

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North Korea reaches new crisis level

North Korea reaches new crisis level For wars to start you need ingredients. Troops and equipment deployed, trained, with missions. CHECK Foreign/Leaders who have desperate economic situations. CHECK FLeaders who are killers by nature or unstable. CHECK A lack of … Continue reading

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China attempts to undo Hong Kong “Historical” Joint Declaration Because they are cowards

China attempts to undo Hong Kong “Historical” Joint Declaration Because they are cowards China better watch out. If the U.S. and other countries start ignoring historic declarations between China, and others, the way the Chinese do – China will be … Continue reading

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China’s Central Bank Makes Largest Single-Day Cash Injection in Five Months — PBoC chooses not to follow US Fed Move –Spain

PBOC pumps cash into the financial system to ease a seasonal funding squeeze The People’s Bank of China made its largest single-day cash injection into the financial system since mid-January on Friday. PHOTO:THOMAS WHITE/REUTERS . By Shen Hong The Wall … Continue reading

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Chinese Worried About Their Own Cultural Sense of Right and Wrong — This is a great, balanced, story — Spain

In this Saturday, June 10, 2017 photo, a website shows a frame from a video of a woman as she is run over by a car at a traffic junction displayed on a computer in Beijing, China. The grainy video … Continue reading

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N. Korea coal export sinks to zero after China import ban, now Xi must cut the gas pipeline shipments

AFP © AFP | China’s overall once-vibrant trade with the North, rich with coal and other mining resources, fell in April to a near three-year low after the coal import ban took effect SEOUL (AFP) – North Korea’s global coal … Continue reading

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Tillerson and Bishop Meet

Tillerson and Bishop Meet I think Rex Tillerson is doing a great job. I love Julie Bishop from Australia and have been writing for years about how key she is to getting anything done with Australia, and today I read … Continue reading

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