Monthly Archives: November 2013

Air Defence Identification Zone in the East China Seas

China has recently announced an ADIZ (Air Defence Identification Zone) in the East China Seas. This is bound to generate controversies as part of the zone overlap the Japanese ADIZ zone.  Moreover the US as a global hegemon does not … Continue reading

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The Haitian example

Haiti is a Caribbean country that is situated within US backyard. It suffered a catastrophic earthquake in 2010. One would have thought that with  aids from the US and other Western countries,  it is well on its way to recovery … Continue reading

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Typhoon Haiyan – my thoughts

The big news of recent days has been the natural disaster in the Philippines caused by Typhoon Haiyan. Initially, the estimated death figure is 10,000. The Phillipines government has revised it down to over 2000. However, there a number of … Continue reading

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Enjoyable Chinese musics

Following Youtube videos, from Momo Kotaro are great for listening: Video 4: Video 5 (Black Duck’s Dian Sheng Collection 2006): Video 6 (Black Duck 2005)

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Indonesia – religious gaga

The Indonesians that I have known are rather staunchly religious. Most of the ethnic Chinese Indonesian that I have came across are believers of Catholicism or Christianity. This phenomenon might be attributed to their insecure feelings in being relatively prosperous minorities in the … Continue reading

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