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113 results for 'china'

China says yes to free markets, no to free currency regime

By Mritunjay, published on Nov 17, 2009

President Barack Obama on his tour to China has approached a very cautious approach. While raising issues of contention between the two nations, he has been subtle in his own right. He agreed to the importance of a stronger China while in a way also asking China to share the burden of being a regional leader.

President Obama today urged Chinese President, Hu Jintao to allow his nation’s currency, Yuan to rise in value following strains over trade between the two economic giants.

Mr. Obama while speaking after a summit in Beijing, made the U.S. expectations public. While voicing... (more)

Tags: china, obama, usa, business, us politics, world, economics, beijing, cny, dollar, dominique strauss-kahn, hu jintao, markets, news, reimbi, tech & biz, usd, wen jiabao, yuan

Those Which Persecute The Children Of God Will Have To Pay

By Andreas Klamm, published on Sep 1, 2009

By Andreas Klamm

HENAN / China, August 31, 2009. CHCHA President, Pastor “Bike” has issued his 4th OPEN Letter to President Hu Jintao in China according to reports issued by the international aid and relief organization China Aid ( Pastor Bike shared Christ’s love with the President: “The Christians in China were arrested, beaten and killed like lambs by your subordinates but they endure the hardship and love you like Jesus does regardless.” Though he assured the President that Chinese Christians would not avenge themselves,... (more)

Tags: new york, religion, jesus, china

A Christian Analysis Of Atheism, Part 2

By FMeekins, published on Aug 17, 2009 the very borders of hell.Unfettered by eternal external standards, those holding the reins of power in such societies had nothing to hamper the implementation of their most extreme policy whims, not even the value of innocent human lives. For example, Mao Zedong of the People's Republic of China slaughtered five million of his own countrymen in pursuit of his Cultural Revolution and related kinds of Communist nonsense.While the United States has not yet eliminated that many (at least among those fortunate enough to escape the womb alive), the Orwellian day is here when good will be... (more)

Tags: christianity, jesus, education, china

Dalai Lama Renaissance

By wolviela, published on Aug 4, 2009

...this project and to my surprise I not only learned something new, I became deeply happy for the director because I believe he may be doing something that many celebrities such as Richard Gere and Sharon Stone have be unable to do. I also learned that Taiwan, which is governed by the Republic of China, was able to watch the documentary entitled Dalai Lama Renaissance which is narrated by Harrison Ford. Not only did the people of Taiwanwatch it, but they gave it extremely positive reviews which of course raised red flags on the Mainland of China and the Communist government. In their... (more)

Tags: music, china

Jackson Clones, Radical Profs, & Eldercide

By FMeekins, published on Jul 29, 2009

...certificate.Some will respond that, as private enterprises, search engines should be able to establish criteria as to what information they will present as legitimate. However, should such a perspective continue to expand, what makes these tactics any more moral than those employed in Communist China were access to certain viewpoints is blocked in the name of the good of the social order?More importantly, how long will it be until not only access to websites questioning the government disappear but people as well? Certainly an awful lot of trouble to go to if our exalter Caliph has nothing... (more)

Tags: religion, healthcare, china, obama

Schmidt Happens!

By Ed Attanasio, published on Jul 21, 2009

...people out during the rehab like that and I'm living with it.

"Winning tonight is very exciting. But it's still a little frustrating knowing what I used to be able to do. I feel like I'm kind of handicapped. I want to challenge hitters with every pitch. That was my intimidation before, that I could blow it by anybody, and it doesn't work that way anymore. I was a bull in a china shop. Now I have to be cool and collected, throwing breaking balls with two strikes when I used to throw fastballs. It's like night and day."

(Portions of this article gleaned from


Tags: china

Called To A Higher Calling?

By baynurse, published on Jul 5, 2009

...Mrs. Palin, has a higher calling, she could not handle Alaska's problems, her personal problems, or her family problems, she spoke like a baffoon in her vice presidential run, which she thankfully lost to an amazingly brilliant man.  Yea, like I see Sarah P. making choices about Iran, Gaza, China, coups, Pirates, health care, the economy....   Miss Palin, who cleans your house, watches your kids, balances your checkbook, does the grocery shoppin, teaches your children geography, readin n writin, music appreciation, killin animals for fun and sport, bein all cute fer boys in a contest... (more)

Tags: facebook, music, iran, china

Religious Liberty And The Distribution Of The Bible

By Andreas Klamm, published on Jul 4, 2009

By Andreas Klamm, news correspondent

BEIJING /China. July 3, 2009. Religious liberty is one of those basic rights granted in the United States of America (U.S.A.) and in the Universal Declaration Of The Human Rights. On July 4, 1776 the Declaration of Independence has been signed by the Congress and in the United States of America people can celebrate the liberties and freedoms given to all people with a free will. Shi Weihan (38) , church leader of a Christian church in China has learned that claiming those elementary rights for religious liberty can lead in China... (more)

Tags: religion, china

Chinese Self-study Education Program Is Great!

By Mason, published on Apr 9, 2009

Look,Here in china,we havekind of self-studyprograms for nearly everybody in our motherland,there is not kind of restrictions at all,as long as you are law complying and wish to improve yourselves by studying on the side even you are on the job,just do it,it will benefit you a great deal.

In china,ifwe are being out ofreach of schoolin the time ofmiddle school for certain reasons,maybe due to poverty,indeed there are some of our classmates reallyhad not attended classes,just because of money.With this program,we can sign up for it andbuy the relevant books and going through exams as... (more)

Tags: environment, education, china

Environmental Cost Of Shipping Groceries Around The World

By Alex45, published on Feb 21, 2009

Correction AppendedCod caught off Norway is shipped to China to be turned into filets, then shipped back to Norway for sale. Argentine lemons fill supermarket shelves on the Citrus Coast of Spain, as local lemons rot on the ground. Half of Europe’s peas are grown and packaged in Kenya.

In the United States, FreshDirect proclaims kiwi season has expanded to “All year!” now that Italy has become the world’s leading supplier of New Zealand’s national fruit, taking over in the Southern Hemisphere’s winter.Food has moved around the world since... (more)

Tags: global warming, australia, environment, education, china, mexico

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