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Ttongsul: Waste Not Want Not

Ttongsul: Waste Not Want Not

Ttongsul is the name of a medicinal wine, which is prepared traditionally in Korea. Ttongsul is also popularly known as the feces wine. Feces are the main ingredient used to prepare this medicinal wine that makes it unique from all other wines. Though it is called a traditional wine of Korea, its existence and use […]

China’s President Xi Mending Country’s Political Divide One Funeral at a Time

China’s President Xi Mending Country’s Political Divide One Funeral at a Time

Following his crackdown on corruption which strained his ties with senior officials, China’s

President Xi Jinping is on the road to rebuilding political bridges and gathering support ahead of the 19th Party Congress in 2017.

China Angry Over Taiwan’s Visit To Japan

China Angry Over Taiwan’s Visit To Japan

China has recently expressed its anger at Japan because the opposition leader of Taiwan will be visiting Japan. China is enraged because they are of the opinion that Taiwan should not be offered any kind of platform for promoting their wrong views. The Democratic Party in Taiwan is of the opinion that the people of […]

Predicting The Future Of Unstable Chinese Economy

Predicting The Future Of Unstable Chinese Economy

China seems to be facing tumultuous times of late as there are a lot of problems coming up. In the last 2 decades, the nation has managed to avert any major financial crisis, but it looks like the days ahead are going to be really hard for the nation. The way the Chinese stock market […]

The Most Purposeful Questions On the Stability Of China

The Most Purposeful Questions On the Stability Of China

China seems to be in a volatile economic and political situation right before the US summit. The world is becoming an anticipating spectator of the oscillating economy of the country and waits for the outcome of this event. Last year China was almost sure to surpass even the US as a rising economic power, but […]

Story Of The Pipa

Story Of The Pipa

The roots of music go as deep as time in our history. Pipa is a musical instrument that originated in ancient times. It is a lute with four strings, which is played with a plucking movement. It is believed to have descended from instruments in Western and Central parts of Asia. It reached China through old trade […]

Tibet Could Be the Opportunity Xi Jinping Needs

Tibet Could Be the Opportunity Xi Jinping Needs

The political and economical drama from China are stirring the international silence. People and the leaders from countries like the US and EU are fretting over the question of the security of both business and men. The world is witnessing how the expression of Tibet in writing and speech is troubling the people and leading […]

Rowena Xiaoqing He’s Tiananmen Exiles: Voices or the Struggle for Democracy in China stirring the hearts and minds of today

Rowena Xiaoqing He’s Tiananmen Exiles: Voices or the Struggle for Democracy in China stirring the hearts and minds of today

China presents itself in a more questionable state as the first hand memories of a regretted day comes back to life with the release of Rowena Xiaoqing He’s Tiananmen Exiles: Voices or the Struggle for Democracy in China. Seen from the seventy years old eyes of a Chinese national living in the present where the […]

Hope For Stable Financial Markets Rise Again As China Picks Up Its Economy

Finally, there is some hope for an empowered financial tomorrow. The optimistic data from China has opened ways for good news coming in from all directions. This Monday brought the feed of some positive development China has had after this August and the market of the second largest economic is seen back on gaining its […]

China’s Presidential Elections Pull U.S. Back into Taiwan Issue

China’s Presidential Elections Pull U.S. Back into Taiwan Issue

The United States will be further drawn into the Taiwan issue in the wake of President XI Jinping’s summit with President Barack Obama, according to Richard C. Bush III, Director of the Center for East Asia Policy Studies. China is preparing for January’s presidential and legislative elections. Leading in the polls is Tsai Ing-wen pose […]

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