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(People's Daily Online)

13:30, November 07, 2011

★ Read: 'I want my girl to have a better life'

1. Posted by Kathy at 2011-11-05 06:11:14
I have a 13 year old son and at this age everything seems so difficult and against them. It is hard as a parent to try to make a living and going to work everyday our teenager feel like their parents are never home and never there for them. It is difficult being a parent but they will understand one day what we do and did for them. But, I try to find ways to let my teenager know that he is very important to me and when I can spare the time to talk to him, I stop for a moment to actually listen to him. If your child is not with you but living with the mother-in-law, I would send cards and notes to her to tell her that you are thinking about her. (More)

★ Read: Experts weigh in on China's economy
2. Posted by Liang1a at 2011-11-05 04:18:13
China’s economy has no future unless it can shift from exports based on cheap labor and cheap yuan to domestic development based on indigenously owned technologies and the urbanization of the farmers while making China energy self-sufficient. Otherwise, it is a matter of time before Chinese economy collapses. (More)

★ Read: Online rumors dangerous to social order
3. Posted by Wake Up at 2011-11-05 19:29:45
Government watchdog should play an important role in such case by tracking down those bad apples and punish them accordingly.
Today’s China has no fear when facing superpowers overseas. The real danger comes within as rumors, civil disobedience, ... is created, stirred up by western governments, news media and any hostile element. As vast majority Chinese living standard has been rising rapidly, Chinese people have the duty, right and responsibility to condemn and isolate those bad apples and to pump more positive energy into the social system.

★ Read: Calls to boost nursing care for the elderly
4. Jen Yang at 2011-11-06 12:25:34
This is only a moot idea as an ageing population is a reality. Is it possible to build "Autumn Communities" for the elderly with fully self-sufficient facilities. Visits by school children, volunteers, and visitors are a special feature to foster "caringness". People (like the only child who has to care for her crippled parents) can be gainfully employed in such "not-so-lonely" communities. (More)

★ Read: Marchers protest against high jobless rate in London
5. Posted by I am the 99% at 2011-11-06 22:03:42
Yes, it is the elite ( 1% of the population ) in the West that create so much problems for the 99% of the population. In fact it is this same 1% ( the elite, rich and the powerful ) that control the media and TV stations in the West that brainwashed the 99% of the population. After brainwashed the 99%, these 99% are the one that are sent to the war zone to kill the innocents and to die for the 1% objectives. The 1% ( and their children ) were NEVER EVER send to the war zone at all !! (More)

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