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14:11, February 23, 2012

★ Read: Lingering drought disrupts lives of 6 million in SW China

1. Posted by ming at 2012-02-22 13:27:15
Government of China and domestic government must lead the local people in these areas to quickly grow more and more of local and tropical trees as forest. The late...the worst.!! (More)


★ Read: Is West genuinely trying to 'save' Syria?
2. Posted by Albert at 2012-02-22 03:46:08
Well written. It is very important to realize that at the heart of all decisions, Western countries ultimately do them based on their own interests. It is not a surprise therefore for them to support regime changes only in countries that they have a stake in while others that serve no benefit to them are ignored. Hypocrisy of the Western model. (More)


★ Read: Chinese bidder hits out at anti-Chinese tone in NZ farm sales controversy
3. Posted by PD User at 2012-02-22 08:40:08
Crafar farm is fast becoming a farce because the judge short changed the law that matters to foreign investments, which then feed the fuel to an already disillusioned local population about the way the world is changing - typified as the rise of China. Given that narratives on China over the past 200 years are dictated by Europeans and later Americans, there is nothing more dramatic than this unfolding change to the people around the world. There is no exception in today’s western democracy where individuals wants all the benefits and reject personal pains for all the benefits they want to have. The opinion poll and ballot box are the tools to keep their governments just doing that. Just go figure for how long this collective irresponsibility can last? (More)

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