03/01/2024 No. 201
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By Sheng-Wei Wang
September 1, 2014

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):







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