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Who Killed Wall Street?

October 17, 2008 // China Daily - China

So what will the post-mortem on Wall Street show? That it was a case of suicide? Murder? Accidental death? Or was it a rare instance of generalized organ failure?

October 14, 2008 // People's Daily Overseas Edition - China - Chinese

There are two kinds of solitude. One is solitude in obstruction, and the other is the toughness to be at the top. The former is the bitterness of helplessness, while the latter is the luxury of victory. If the Latin America in Marquez’s book is the former, then America in 20th century is more or less the latter. It [Read more]

A Brief Commentary on American Affairs

October 11, 2008 // Creaders - China - Chinese

A Brief Commentary on American Affairs After 9/11, The Iraq War wrapped up the U.S.’s Middle Eastern strategy of the Cold War Era by preventing the U.S. imported weapons of mass destruction from flowing from Iraq into Iran and Russia. In the days when the Iraq War reached the point of no return, Bush didn’t have [Read more]

U.S. Accusations Against China Are a Joke

October 11, 2008 // Huanqiu - China - chinese

U.S. Financial Turmoil Makes Its Accusation Against China a Joke The Wall Street financial storm caused by the sub-prime crisis is sweeping the globe. Many countries hope China will become a “life-saving straw” to help save the market. Reports from the Canadian media said that this crisis makes U.S. officials’ [Read more]
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