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Rubio Proposes Strength as the Last Resort for Working Peace With China

Rubio Proposes Strength as the Last Resort for Working Peace With China

The campaigns of all the candidates in the run for the upcoming US presidential election are getting stronger and more heated. During a campaign stop this Wednesday, Sen Marco Rubio, a republican contender for president, expressed his straight forward outlook on how he pictures the relationship between the United States of America and China. The […]

Strain Between China and Taiwan Continues To Grow

Strain Between China and Taiwan Continues To Grow

People from the mainland of China and Taiwan both are finding themselves in a volatile situation. As the elections are drawing near, the likeliness of the fall of President Ma’s party becomes more visible with the approaching end of his term. His presidential period has already experienced protests in masses in the past two years, but […]

Korean American Missionary Released After Serving Nine Months

Korean American Missionary Released After Serving Nine Months

Peter Hahn, a Korean American missionary who was arrested last year has been released by China. The case sparked international outcry from Christian groups. Some sources have stated that owing to this crackdown, a lot of Christian missionaries have been forced out of China because their visas have been revoked. Those who were in support of […]

The Baffling Strategies Of Chinese Military

The Baffling Strategies Of Chinese Military

China has been in the news for the wrong reason again and their military strategies have been questioned. It was just last week when Chinese leader Xi Jinping announced that the people’s liberation army will see a soldier reduction by 300,000. This was possibly meant to signal that China had no intention of aggressive behavior towards the […]

The Great Collection Of Asian Rubbings

The Great Collection Of Asian Rubbings

There are as many as 2,602 East Asian rubbings among Harvard’s libraries. A larger majority of these rubbings are from China. Many different techniques were used for making these rubbings that were taken from a multitude of objects including ancient stone stelae, jade objects, tomb bricks, ceramics, roof tiles and many more which date back to both Qin and Ming […]