Posts by: Kai Pan

  1. March 20, 2010

    Red Dawn 2010: Just A Movie? Or America’s Shame?

    Red Dawn teaser poster. Is the new 2010 remake of "Red Dawn" just a movie or more? Is it reckless propaganda and xenophobia? Is it part of the shameful face Americans show the world?
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  2. March 17, 2010

    Google’s China Exit: Nicole Kempton, Are You Serious?

    Google China building with PRC flag in foreground. A critical point-by-point response to the Huffington Post article "Google's China Exit: When Business and Human Rights Converge" from someone who actually cares.
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  3. March 14, 2010

    Laughing at White Privilege and White Guilt

    Louis C.K. Race plays an unfortunately large role in the divide between many Asians (such as the Chinese) and Westerners (usually referring to Euro-American Caucasians).
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  4. March 12, 2010

    Barbarism Towards Animals: Chinese, Japanese, & Australians

    The Chinese, as “a people”, are often categorically denounced by foreigners for their “barbarism” toward animals. If it’s not about…more »

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  5. March 10, 2010

    Chinese Believe Internet Access is a Fundamental Right

    Cat 5 cables. 4 out of 5 people recently polled, especially in China, say internet access is a fundamental human right. Has the internet really become that important?
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  6. March 8, 2010

    Nationalism Online: Chinese, Japanese, Koreans & You

    Nationalist Chinese in Korea? Or Just Proud Chinese? Is Chinese hyper-nationalism as pervasive as we think it is, or only because we think it is? Are they brainwashed drones or do they just have strong opinions?
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  7. March 5, 2010

    Agitated Americans & Gratified Chinese, Get Real

    American national flag with a Chinese communist star on it, from the Red Dawn remake. A China Daily news article puts things in perspective, hoping to calm Americans who fear the 21st century will be China's, and the Chinese who think likewise.
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  8. March 3, 2010

    Moral Absolutes Across Cultural & Socio-Economic Differences

    Evil China, Go to Hell! sign in Taiwan. There are no moral absolutes, only what we take for granted based upon our cultural and socio-economic background, which isn't exactly shared by the Chinese.
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