August 16, 2010

Healthcare Knowledge As Catalyst For Change In China

Breath the Medcine. We are seeing today how a Chinese population more in tune with their healthcare needs is placing ever-louder pressure on China's government for change.
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August 13, 2010

Court Overturns Same Sex Marriage Ban, World Judges Democracy?

A wedding cake is seen during a demonstration in West Hollywood, California, May 15, 2008, after the decision by the California Supreme Court to effectively greenlight same-sex marriage. AFP PHOTO / GABRIEL BOUYS (Photo credit should read GABRIEL BOUYS/AFP/Getty Images) Did the passage of California Prop 8 banning homosexual marriages somehow contribute to "the world" judging democracy on its adherence to science and fact?
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August 12, 2010

Venting Doesn’t Help With Your “Life In China” Frustrations

Catharsis, or venting, doesn’t actually help you deal with your anger, frustrations, or other negative emotions. It apparently only reinforces them. Doh!

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July 24, 2010

Drunk Driving in Nanjing: One Year Later

Some of Zhang Mingbao's Handiwork It's been a year since drunk driver Zhang Mingbao ended the lives of five people in Nanjing and the police began a crackdown. Have we learned anything?
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July 22, 2010

As Christianity Booms, Is Religion Good for China?

Chinese Christians praying. While some Chinese recognize the contributions Christian missionaries have brought to modernizing China, is the growth of religion a good or bad thing for China?
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July 18, 2010

The Gate Debate: Communities, Villages & Crime

Beijing Gated Village (Photo: Associated Press) In response to rising crime rates, Beijing has instituted a policy of locking several lower-income neighborhoods overnight.
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July 15, 2010

“Muslim Honor Killing” of Noor Almaleki & Media Narratives

First Law of Media: offer the reader the opportunity to debate the conclusions, but force him to accept the form of the argument.

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July 12, 2010

Tang Jun’s Diploma Problems: Success vs. Honesty

invention_of_lying Business success story Tang Jun lied about his academic credentials, and China's commentariat are up in arms. But really, we're all to blame.
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July 10, 2010

Henry Blodget: Doesn’t Know Crap About The Google China Drama

henry-blodget-2-cropped How can the "#1 Internet & eCommerce analyst on Wall Street" be so completely ignorant yet confidently opinionated about Google's situation in China? Let's see.
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Google’s ICP License Renewed…Wow, That Was Easy

The Chinese government has surprisingly renewed the ICP license Google needs to keep, accepting a link when it was unhappy with an automatic redirect.

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