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Is China really out to rule the world? The Greentown ‘Ruling Class’


Is China educating an elite class of students with the plan of seeding them into positions of power in Western democracies? In his book Silent Invasion, Professor Clive Hamilton talks about a meeting in 2004 where Chinese Communist Party Secretary Hu Jintao instructed envoys from around the world that Australia was to be brought under China’s … Continue reading

In wealthy Chinese city, debt guarantees spark default contagion


A network of loan guarantees set up to improve companies’ access to credit in one of China’s richest districts is creating new risks of default as some debts sour, another sign of how private firms are bearing the brunt of an economic slowdown. Chinese media have reported on a credit crunch developing among steel and … Continue reading

Hangzhou kidney trade centre


According to Ming Pao’s exclusive report, there is a major kidney trade centre in Hangzhou, China where youngsters queue for sale of their kidneys with the mindset of making quick money. Some of them plan to use the money to repay credit card debts, others, buy motorcycles, still others fund girlfriends business or support their … Continue reading

Dried fruit is hit by food scandal


Preserved fruit is the latest addition to the mainland’s expanding list of unsafe foods, after an investigation by state television found that some were processed in filthy factories and contained excessive additives. Preserved peaches were found packed in bags that had been used to hold animal feed, and hawthorn berries were soaked in a pool … Continue reading

Ford announces major expansion in China production capacity


Ford announced its biggest industrial expansion in 50 years, as part of a US$5 billion plan to double production capacity in China by 2015, The Wall Street Journal reported. The automaker expects to be able to create 1.2 million passenger cars a year in China by that time, just under half the number it made … Continue reading

Bankruptcies ripple through Chinese developers


More Chinese property developers have filed for bankruptcy, the South China Morning Post reported on Friday Continue reading

Hangzhou China NAFLE Drama Competition


November 23 2011: While living in Hangzhou, China, I was invited to write and direct a play for the Year 7 “Ruling Class” students. The play won the Zhejiang Province Division of the NAFLE Drama Festival, and the students are now scheduled to participate in the National Finals of the competition, to be held in … Continue reading

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