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09/01/2014   Robert Kagan’s manifesto of neo-conservatism
By Binghe Shui Translator Sheng-Wei Wang
Not long ago, when I talked about the situation in Ukraine in the US-China Forum (http://www.us-chinaforum.org) I mentioned a lady Victoria Nuland who is the US Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs.
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09/01/2014   Nearly 270,000 Chinese students studied in the U.S., with a continued surge of the number of students from the mainland of China
By Donghui Yu Translator Sheng-Wei Wang
According to the latest statistics released on November 11, 2013, by the American Institute of International Education (IIE), in the 2012-2013 academic year, there were 265,500 students from the mainland of China, Taiwan and Hong Kong studying in American universities.
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08/01/2014   China unfettered: redefining the rules of the seas
By Lee Kuan Yew
“China unfettered: redefining the rules of the seas” by Lee Kuan Yew
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In this publication, we offer 1) “Robert Kagan’s manifesto of neo-conservatism" by Binghe Shui; and 2) “Nearly 270,000 Chinese students studied in the U.S., with a continued surge of the number of students from the mainland of China” by Donghui Yu.

 

In the Music Section, we have “The Tennessee Waltz” and “I Went to Your Wedding” sung by Patti Page (1927 - 2013):

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ZmBcpwJa6o

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vWNlNGd2tus

 

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