03/01/2024 No. 201
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By Sheng-Wei Wang
July 1, 2020

In this publication, we offer 1) “In the US, China-bashing is rooted in myths of Western superiority” by Martin Powers; 2) “Columbus statue beheaded amid anti-racism protests” by Agence France Presse; and 3) “Why US-China decoupling is a dangerous mistake and tantamount to self-harm” by David Dodwell.


In the Music Section, we have Rivers of Babylon, Sugar Sugar, More Than I Can Say, Forever and Ever, Mississippi, Guantanamera and more:









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