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Cadence of Conflict: Asia, April 7, 2015


When viewing China as a corporate conglomerate attempting a hostile takeover, with the goal of complete market monopoly in every sector, Asia’s conflict only starts to make sense. But the problem goes deeper. According to credible, anonymous reports, there are “mental health conditions” that are frequent in Chinese-Asian culture. Specifically is the belief that, “If … Continue reading

Prelude to Conflict: Asia, December 1


Taiwan’s landslide election was more historic than the Democrats’ whompping early November. The vote didn’t reject Taiwan’s KMT-Nationalist party as much as it rejected Beijing. One big factor ignored by media: Clearing HK demonstrators in Mong Kong two days before Taiwan elections solidified voters’ decision: The KMT’s de facto agenda of “Taiwan SAR” is unacceptable. … Continue reading

Prelude to Conflict: Asia, November 17


The week of deliberation, choices, and ring around the rosy. Someone sets an unpopular policy, someone else finds a way around. World leaders came together. Rhetoric repeats, “China can grow; China must learn.” Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement continues to wane as the world continues to react from all that Asian students have taught the world … Continue reading

Mass protests in Taiwan explode into Executive Parliament: Has “Asian Spring” begun?


The following article reflects the views of the author, and not necessarily those of China Daily Mail. Hundreds of students bypassed the barbed wire and fences surrounding the Executive Yuan building and seized control of yet another crucial arm of the Taiwanese government. Following president Ma’s unsavoury answer – “Students, stop this illegal sit-in so … Continue reading

China residents drink pesticide in Beijing protest


A dozen people protesting the demolition of their homes in central China drank pesticide in Beijing in a desperate bid for attention that underscores the failures of a decades-old petitioning system. The 12 survived the protest Tuesday near a historic watchtower in the heart of China’s capital after police sent them to a hospital where … Continue reading

China’s top ten protesters listed by Tencent News


On December 30, 2012, Tencent News, a Chinese news website owned by China’s largest Internet service company Tencent, published a list of China’s 10 most important protesters in the past two years. Although the piece was soon censored on the Tencent News website, the introductory summary went viral on Chinese social media and the blogosphere. As soon as a … Continue reading

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