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    Headlines Bring Halloween Terror Every Day?

        (updated 11/31) There was a novel series and a movie called “Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events”. It was inspired by all of the headlines of terrible things happening to people for random reasons, author Daniel Handler thought it would be make […]

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  • Boonmlee Lee, 21, one of two men facing multiple charges in the shooting of five people at a traditional Hmong New Year's festival in Tulsa, Okla., Saturday Oct. 12, 2013.

    Mao’s Holocaust Deniers

    Mao’s Holocaust Deniers First we had the National Socialism apologists who denied that 6 million Jews were killed by the Nazis during the WWII “holocuast”. Now the New York Times tells us that leaders in China are alarmed that “historical nihilism” is an ideological threat […]

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    The Black Thai Speaking Asiaphile Buddhist Terrorist

    Navy Shooter A Black Thai Speaking Asiaphile Buddhist Terrorist You get that same feeling when airplanes hit the World Trade Center and Pentagon, or when an Korean went amok in Virginia Tech or when a Army psychiatrist suffers Sudden Jihad Syndrome at Fort Hood. Sure […]

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    Vietnamese Americans, Exposed to Agent Orange, Suffer in Silence

          By New America Media‘s Ngoc Nguyen SAN JOSE — After his eighth round of chemo, Trai Nguyen is exhausted, his body ravaged. The 60-year-old has a rare and aggressive form of cancer that he believes resulted from his contact with the defoliant Agent Orange […]

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    Asians Remember 9/11 NYC, Pentagon and Benghazi

          As America stands at the brink of bombing the daylights out of Syria’s chemical arsenal, what  have we learned about terrorism in the past year? Fort Hood Back in 2009 I wrote that Major Nidal Hasan’s martyrdom operation smelled a lot like […]

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    World Tai Chi & Qigong Day

    Earlier this year “Harvard Medical School Guide to Tai Chi” cited World Tai Chi & Qigong Day as indicative of the global invasion of the ancient Chinese health practices of tai chi and qigong. Harvard Medical School even held a series of Tai Chi as […]

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  • In foreground, completing the signing of the strategic partnership between Columbia Pacific and Sino-Ocean Land is Luo Jian (left), general manager of senior living business development for Sino-Ocean Land; and Nate McLemore (right), Managing Director of Columbia Pacific. In the background is Li Ming (far left), President and CEO of Sino-Ocean Land; and U.S. Ambassador to China Gary Locke (second from right).

    Cascade Healthcare and Sino-Ocean Land Open Senior Care Facility in Beijing

      SEATTLE – U.S. Ambassador to China Gary Locke and top Chinese government officials were recently on hand to celebrate the grand opening of a 60,000-square-foot senior living facility in Beijing built by Seattle’s Columbia Pacific and Sino-Ocean Land, one of China’s largest real estate […]

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    Chinese Lake Monster And Other Baffling Mysteries

    Chinese Loch Ness Monster Epoch Times reports this month that a worker took an awful picture of China’s Loch Ness monster in volcanic Tianchi lake. He was  reportedly at the volcano monitoring station at  Changbai Mountain to take measurements of the lake’s water temperature and retrieve gas samples […]

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    2013 International Conference on Sustainability and Environmental Protection, San Francisco

      The Chinese American Environmental Professionals Association (CAEPA) will host the “2013 International Conference on Sustainability and Environmental Protection” and environmental training workshops from October 10 to 13 at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel San Francisco Airport located at 835 Airport Boulevard in Burlingame, CA. They welcome […]

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    Companies Are Bringing Manufacturing Back to the US from China

        Since 1979 with Deng Xiaoping’s opening of the Special Economic Zones, American manufacturers have been moving production to China.  But now there is a trend to move some manufacturing back.  Find out what Blue Silk Consulting President Rosemary Coates is recommending for strategies […]

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