Category Archives: China

The Chinese View Of Trump

Steve Sailer writes: From the Financial Times via Marginal Revolution: I have just spent a week in Beijing talking to officials and intellectuals, many of whom are awed by [Trump’s] skill as a strategist and tactician…He [Yafei] worries that strategic … Continue reading

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America Gets Smart With Chinese Students

With America headed towards inevitable military conflict with China, why on earth are we arming the enemy by allowing them to get educated here and steal our technology? From the New York Times: The American intelligence community, however, has increasingly … Continue reading

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JTA: This Jewish lawmaker wanted to keep Chinese immigrants out. Should a park be named after him?

From JTA: The elder Kahn, a Republican from San Francisco who served 12 terms in Congress between 1899 and his death in 1924, championed an extension of the Chinese Exclusion Act in 1902 prohibiting immigration by Chinese laborers. While doing … Continue reading

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Chinese Cheat Close To 100% Of The Time

Bloomberg: “Statistically we’re uncovering fraud about 70 percent of the time, but in China it’s very close to 100 percent. It’s pervasive, it’s across food groups, and it’s anything you can possibly imagine.” I wonder if this also holds true … Continue reading

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Moses Wouldn’t Expect ‘China’ to Change

Chris* writes: In fact, no rational observer since Hegel has doubted his incisive judgment that nothing fundamental has changed in China over a span of three-plus millennia (‘Lectures on the Philosophy of History,’ ca. 1830). Hegel didn’t make it perfectly … Continue reading

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