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11/01/2018   US-China tensions: is war the endgame in the South China Sea?
By Collin Koh
A close encounter between a Chinese destroyer and the USS Decatur may have been an attempt by Beijing to keep tensions from crossing into an outright armed confrontation for which neither side is ready.
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11/01/2018   Are Trump's trade wars good, and easy to win?
By Sheng-Wei Wang
US President Donald Trump described China as a strategic "competitor" in his national security strategy released in December 2017.
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11/01/2018   So long American Empire?
By Peter Chung Chieh
I wrote Aftershocks in 2017 for the China-US-Friendship website before the inauguration of Trump to the Oval Office because I share the feeling of many, and wish to offer some comfort for those who felt the same way I did.
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In this publication, we offer 1) “So long American Empire?” by Peter Chung Chieh; 2) “Are Trump’s trade wars good, and easy to win?” by Sheng-Wei Wang; and “US-China tensions: is war the endgame in the South China Sea?” by Collin Koh.

In the Music Section, Jeffrey Li (李成宇) sings “The Cloud of Hometown” and more:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ULueq7wz00s&list=RDsVEZVFjv6q0&index=2

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=veIs0TQyaaM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FWnVVs1Wxo8

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zD8hERmRg30

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQGS7xlgLD0

A different Jeffrey Li. The stunning rock! A self-break!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1tt-l8X5H5c

Enjoy!

11/11華府作協第九回「寫·閱·評·聚」
 
為了鼓勵寫作閱讀、磨練評論技巧、欣賞多元意見、提升寫作能力,華府華文作家協會(華府作協)將於11/11(日)舉辦第九回的「寫·閱·評·聚」。活動文章限制在五、六篇,參與人數限制在12人以內,允許某些參與者不交文章、僅「閱·評·聚」,也歡迎非會員旁聽,額滿為止。

日期:11/11/2018(日)下午1:30-4:30
地點:Ingleside at King Farm
地址:701 King Farm Blvd, Rockville, MD 20850
費用:免費

參與資格:
一、華府作協會員,非會員可旁聽;
二、參與者必須事先email報名,投文者必須在11/3(六)前寄交一篇100字~2000字的文章,舊作、習作、初稿皆可;
三、參與者必須在聚會前閱畢所有參與者投交的文章(文章不記名)。
型式:聚會時,每位參與者輪流對所有文章提出個人的意見、及建設性的看法;葛芳女士會說個八~十分鐘的小專題「簡潔不簡單」;聚會時備有一只計時器及一座「交通號誌」燈,以掌控聚會時間與效率。
報名:請email金慶松(chin8673@yahoo.com)。欲加入華府作協者,請與華府作協會長陳小青聯絡(green_sea_all@yahoo.com)。

第八回的「寫·閱·評·聚」於10月6日舉行,有八人出席,周秀黎、海蒂女士雖是第一次出席,也能立即融入交流;「作者是主觀的,讀者也是主觀的」,是與會者的共識;會中也閲讀了名家朱立立的文章〈黃昏之戀.三老無猜〉,引起多元的觀點,熱烈的討論,超時的陳述,真是一場小眾卻高品質的學習聚會。

「寫·閱·評·聚」的夥伴們,勤樂寫,細品閱,中肯評,享歡聚。一般的文人相輕,「寫閱評聚」的文人相親,大夥們在寫作的道路上砌磋琢磨,刪補修改,相親相持,互助互學。

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