someone compiled a list of polls after last nite’s debate – kerry dominated. i hope this will last. i can’t wait for the third debate. of course lots to add to bushism calendar.. my favorite as of last nite is “internets.” and watching how bush describes his environmental accomplishment makes me want to wail. what… Continue reading after last night's debate
DAMN Liu Xiang! You make all Chinese esp. Shanghainese overly proud! The 21-year-old Chinese stormed to the men’s 110m hurdles gold medal before a capacity crowd of 70,000 at the Olympic Stadium in the 28th Olympic Games here on Friday. He clocked a stunning 12.91 seconds to equal the world record set by Britain’s Collin… Continue reading talking about hometown pride
i’ve been getting a few comments about how people don’t like Kerry here. none however provided any solid arguments. i used economy as my basis for arguing Bush is incompetent. tho i know most who commented probably can’t vote but it’s funny how so many people are treating this like a beauty contest. you are… Continue reading those who are anti Kerry
altho i can not vote, i can’t help to take interest in the hottest american political issue – 2004 presidential election of course. i always love political debates. after i’ve had 3 weeks of intensive american politics study, i now have a better understanding of american politics than ever. the biggest surprise i learned is… Continue reading bush or kerry
a piece of writing worth saving in my booklet. it is written by Tiananmen Square protestor Wang Dan (2), who spent years in prison following the crackdown. The publication comes from here which is blocked in china. i read a few comments about june 4 on BBC, apparently the sentiment toward the protest is still… Continue reading Learning the lessons of Tiananmen Square
SAVAGE FORM OF CAPITALISM: Chinese factory workers risk limbs to hold jobs BY TIM JOHNSON FREE PRESS WASHINGTON STAFF SHENZHEN, China — The Pingshan People’s Hospital in the thriving industrial city of Shenzhen has a ward devoted to hand injuries. In one room, Yan Kaiguo, 23, cradles his bandaged right hand. April 8, a machine… Continue reading natural selection?
By Ching-Ching Ni Los Angeles Times JIAXING, China – Until a few months ago, Zhou Yichao’s goal, to get a good job and support his widowed mother, seemed well within reach. He had just taken the public-servant exam and scored among the very top. His face-to-face interview could only help his prospects, as the 22-year-old… Continue reading Hepatitis B cause for discrimination in China