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Observations of an Expat: China Goes Big Bang

There are certain reasons for China wanting to go Big Bang. One is American success in constructing an effective anti-ballistic…

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Politics of Fertility…

This policy change responds to a cratering fertility rate and looming demographic crisis that isn’t confined to China, but replicated…

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‘Pregnant’ male rat study kindles bioethical debate in China

There may be some limited applications where trans-woman wants to be able to gestate a child. Pregnancy in males is…

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Never-withering Light – The Mystic Poetry from China

The devil is coveting the diamond of heaven. There is a golden kingdom whose light is like wine inside the…

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Peace Process in Afghanistan: Role of Global and Regional Actors and Implications for Pakistan

Once again, it would be Pakistan hosting millions of refugees from the neighboring country; in other words, it’s Pakistan’s land…

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Observations of an Expat: Happy Birthday CCP

Chinese have much in common with arch enemy America. They both claim to be anti-imperialist while having created contiguous empires.…

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China has eliminated malaria

China is the 40th country—and by far the most populous one—to be certified malaria-free. The last three countries awarded the…

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Yuan Longping – Crop scientist whose high-yield hybrid rice fed billions

In the summer of 1961, Yuan discovered a stalk of hybrid rice in the wild. In 1964, he and a…

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Observations of an Expat: Feed Me, Says Kim

Kim has closed the border with China to contain the pandemic. As a result trade with Beijing has dropped 80…

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Traffic…. Part One

An estimated 25 million people worldwide are victims of forced labor and forced sexual exploitation. By Nazarul Islam Human trafficking…

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