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Doing a business event in the Gobi Desert


It is something in China, about which very little is known in Europe – the business meeting, which builds relationships impossible to break. Often, though, it is also impossible to form, and must be made in a different way, which I will try to explain here. I had the pleasure to get to know Kuba Zwoliński, … Continue reading

China Secretly Conducts Second Flight Test Of New Ultra High-Speed Missile


China recently conducted the second flight test of a new, ultra-high-speed missile that is part of what analysts say is Beijing’s global system of attack weapons capable of striking the United States with nuclear warheads. The latest test of the new hypersonic glide vehicle (HGV) known as Wu-14 took place Aug. 7 at a missile … Continue reading

Five Chinese weapons of war America should fear


American bimonthly The National Interest asks in its recent article titled “Five Chinese Weapons of War America Should Fear” –  “China’s economy is on the rise – and so is its military. Should Washington be concerned?” and says: In the last twenty years, China has quickly ascended from a regional to global military power. A … Continue reading

China: DF-21C aircraft carrier killer missiles show their strengh in Gobi Desert


PLA Pictorial: Draw your bow for shooting on a horse in the vast desert, a great general once said. In midsummer, a certain unit of the Second Artillery Corps went fully out with all its equipment to the Gobi Desert. The unit relied on its missile command information system to merge into one exercise the … Continue reading

Dust in Eastern China


When the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Aqua satellite captured this natural-color image on March 14, aerosols were thick over Beijing and the Bo Hai Sea. Although dust hung heavy over the plain, some mountain peaks (such as those of the Taihang Shan) rose above the dust and haze. Dust had been blowing through China for several days … Continue reading

In China, signs that one-child policy may be coming to an end


China could be considering relaxing its harsh one-child policy because of women like Hu Yanqin, who lives in a village at the edge of the Gobi desert. When Hu married a construction worker seven years ago, she knew she was going to have only one child, although the area where she lives, the Jiuquan region … Continue reading

Mongolia: can’t live with China, can’t live without China


Mongolia and China have never exactly gotten along. For the past millennium the two countries invaded and ruled each other in turn. In the thirteenth century, Kublai Khan swept into China and founded the Yuan dynasty, putting Mongolians on the Chinese throne for nearly a century. Then in the 17th century Mongolia was conquered by … Continue reading

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