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By Sheng-Wei Wang
October 1, 2013


 

In this publication, we offer 1) “U.S. film director Oliver Stone Hiroshima speech and more…” by William Oliver Stone and Peter J. Kuznick; and 2) “A German illustrates graphically Chinese and Western cultural differences” by China Review News.  

In the Music Section, we have the Ami Dance Music played in erhu by Yu Hongmei (阿美族舞曲/二胡--于红梅): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gyx8GSFvG2U

Enjoy!

 

*** Billy Lee, USCPFA-S.Bay Chapter Membership Director, sent in his organization’s website USCPFA-SBAY.BLOGSPOT.COM and invited people in the Bay Area to attend the Pot Luck/Lecture with speaker Mr. Ro Khanna on September 22, who talked on "What Can Silicon Valley Teach Washington about the US-China Partnership?”.

 

According to Billy, Ro knows Ambassador Gary Locke very well and was recommended to Billy Lee by Dr. Lester Lee, author of “A Tale of Two Democracies” (http://www.chinausfriendship.com/article1.asp?mn=342).

 

 

*** We thank Professor Peter Chung Chieh, author of “Hidden Agenda Over Diaoyu Islands” (http://www.chinausfriendship.com/article1.asp?mn=343) and “Tokyo Should Learn from Berlin” (http://www.chinausfriendship.com/article1.asp?mn=371) for drawing our attention to “U.S. film director Oliver Stone Hiroshima speech and The Untold History of the United States by William Oliver Stone and Peter J. Kuznick.

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