03/01/2024 No. 201
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By Sheng-Wei Wang
May 1, 2010

In this publication, we offer 1) “Saving the US or Pursuing Balanced Growth?--China’s Dilemma in the Global Crisis” by Professor Ho-fung Hung; and 2) “Rethink the Real Estate Issues in China” by Dr. Hu Zipu.


In the Music Section, we wish you enjoy Yani’s Nightingale (夜莺):


"Nightingale" is a Chinese classical music and is full of modern electro-acoustic mood. It is characterized by the application of Western flute to produce an analog sound of the Chinese bamboo flute. Famous Greek musician Yani, born Yiannis Hrysomallis (pronounced Chrysomallis), composed "Nightingale” specifically for the Chinese people. This music is in line with the oriental pursuit of melody and mood of aesthetic characteristics.


The U.S. economy has shown clearer signs of recovery. Although domestic political sentiment has produced strains on the U.S.-China relations lately, our organization is optimistic that the two countries will see their collaboration from an angle of long-term strategic importance.

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