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2025: End Game China – The Balkinization


”Anyone attempting to split China in any part of the country will end in crushed bodies and shattered bones.” – Chinese President Xi Jinping on a state visit to Nepal in Oct 2019. The above statement clearly indicates the nervousness of the Chinese government. As they say, beneath every story; there is another story, and there … Continue reading

Cadence Column: Asia, May 7, 2018


This was week of talk. A delegation from Washington went to talk with China. Trump talked about talking nice while talking. Economic talking heads are talking about the talks and everybody’s talking about it. Once the delegation that went to Beijing to talk gets back, they will talk with Trump. Warren Buffet even had some … Continue reading

Prelude to Conflict: Asia, December 22


China made two well-crafted blunders which Beijing likely considers a success. China called for US arms sales to Taiwan to cease, then Xi went to Macau where democracy supporters could protest him more directly at the second inauguration of Macau’s CEO. Macau’s protest was reportedly led by Jason Chao (周庭希). Japan removed the most at-risk … Continue reading

China: Rich man walks free after killing a pretty girl in a joke


According to Guangdong popular daily Xinkuaibao, a rich owner of two property companies, He Feng, 35, is fond of playing jokes on people. Judging by the report, he is certainly rich enough to enjoy such pranks. Perhaps due to his wealth and love to enjoy fun with his friends, he has quite a few rich … Continue reading

Guangdong free-trade zone plans criticised


The three experimental development zones in Guangdong have agreed to set up joint conferences to solve problems ranging from vicious competition among them to overlapping of industrial strategies, but some analysts are sceptical about the drive. Nansha in Guangzhou, Qianhai in Shenzhen and Hengqin in Zhuhai , which have been written into China’s 12th five-year … Continue reading

Young rally for democracy in Macau


Hundreds of young people in Macau staged a rally yesterday calling for universal suffrage. They were protesting against their government’s legislative and election reform plans and “unprecedented” censorship of media coverage of the public consultation. Protesters said the media were portraying the public as having reached a consensus on the government’s proposals. And in a … Continue reading

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