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Hu Jintao Calls Obama About Taiwan

November 16, 2008 // China Times - Taiwan - Chinese

Chinese President Hu Jintao called President-elect Barack Obama on November 8th to congratulate him on being elected President of the United States. During the conversation Hu Jintao expressed China’s hope that the United States will deal properly with the sensitive issues between the two countries, especially the [Read more]

History Will Not Forgive Bush

November 12, 2008 // UDN - Taiwan - Chinese (Traditional)

The encyclopedia is still going to read: ‘George W. Bush, 43rd president of the United States, who created a war in Iraq or who let the country be flooded by Katrina'

Obama Will Retain Bush's Taiwan Policy

November 10, 2008 // TVBS - Taiwan - Chinese

After Obama comes into office, Taiwan would most concern about the new government’s relations with Taiwan. Scholars from think tanks in D.C. believe that Obama would retain Bush’s policy. President Ma Ying-Jeou, in particular, should maintain frequent contact with the new administration. The Republican would soon [Read more]

Two Reasons to Break Into A Sweat For Obama

November 4, 2008 // China Times - Taiwan - Chinese

If Obama ascends to the office of the Presidency, there are two reasons why one may feel concern. First is his lack of administrative experience, and the other being his personal safety. These two questions have been the focus of many questions during the primaries and general election. The question of personal [Read more]

Obama Strides Towards Victory

November 4, 2008 // China Times - Taiwan - Chinese

Four years ago, Barack Obama was campaigning to be a senator from Illinois. While attending a meeting at the White House that summer, an Illinois Congresswomen, Jan Schakowsky, was wearing an “Obama for Senate” campaign pin on the lapel of her suit jacket. After shaking hands with Bush, she noticed that he did a [Read more]

American Political Reporter: Age 13

November 2, 2008 // NOW News - Taiwan - Chinese

There are only three more days until the presidential election in the United States. Not only adults are excited about the election; a teenage girl is also absolutely enthusiastic about politics. Though young, she is already the most popular young journalist in her school. She is not only insightful about politics; [Read more]

U.S. Master of Business Administration Ridiculed

October 29, 2008 // China Times - Taiwan - Chinese

Under the impact of economic depression and financial turmoil, the MBA, the Master of Business Administration, once a popular degree, is now ridiculed as “More Bitterness Ahead.” The “Time” magazine said, as the job market is in the doldrums, MBA graduates are no longer popular, and are not capable of leading the [Read more]
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