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  • Cut the Crap: Real Asian Ginger Tea
    Cut the Crap: Real Asian Ginger Tea
    **For the how-to pictures, please go to the Facebook page called Fusion Asiana**When it comes to the beverages of Asia, tea reins supreme. Tea's throughout Asia are an important part of any celebration and dinner. They also hold a very...
  • Bat-winged dinosaur had feathers, but could newly discovered proto-bird fly?
    Bat-winged dinosaur had feathers, but could newly discovered proto-bird fly?
    A newly discovered dinosaur not only had feathers but, according to researchers, it also had membranous wings like a bat. Some say that, even so, there is no proof the creature could fly. But Chinese paleontologists led by Xu Xing at China's...
  • Chinese handymen play real life Legos as 57-story skyscraper built in 19 days
    Chinese handymen play real life Legos as 57-story skyscraper built in 19 days
    The Broad Sustainable Company in China has laid claim to being the fastest builders in the world today, as the company assembled its resources to raise the awe-inspiring Mini Sky City.The blustering “look-at-me” project is located in...
  • Beijing has waged a clandestine war against it s 24 million Uighur Muslim population....
    ISLAMIC PARADOX: China Views Security, Islam, and the 21st Century War on Terror
    Currently there is a conflict brewing in the mountainous region of Teshair. The Ugyher people are descendants of Russian-Mongol nomads who settled XaiJiang province where they settle as ethnic minorities many of which are Muslims. Islam has...
  • Lunar South Pole
    What would China get out of a joint lunar program with Russia?
    Russia has made a number of pronouncements about its plans for space exploration, including a vow to land cosmonauts on the lunar surface by 2030. Space observers, noting the fragile state of the Russian economy and the skimpy funding that the...
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    Japan looks to strengthen military ties with United States
    Japan’s military hasn’t had much of a regional presence, much less a global one, for about 70 years. During World War II they had one of the strongest navies and air forces in the world, to say nothing of their army. A combination of...
  • Gallup's confusing survey concerning respect for various country's leaders
    Gallup's confusing survey concerning respect for various country's leaders
    It may not be to the left-leaning mainstream media’s delight, but to millions of Americans it is. In a Gallup poll released Wednesday, when it comes to international approval of leadership, the world's residents think U.S. leaders are...
  • DNA
    Chinese scientists first to genetically modify human embryos, critics lash out
    In a move that is both groundbreaking and extremely controversial, a group of Chinese scientists released a study detailing their experiments with genetically engineered human embryos. Editing the DNA of humans has long been considered an ethical...
  • Tiger Woods plans to play Jack Nicklaus' Memorial Tournament
    Tiger Woods set to jet to Asia for golf promotional tour
    Nike Golf athlete Tiger Woods will visit Asia from April 24–26 to help stoke local interest in the sport of golf and inspire athletes in China and Japan.The 14-time Major champion makes his first stop in Shanghai on April 24 before he...
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    Chinese Cities have Gross Air Pollution
    More than 90 percent of the cities in China failed to meet the Chinese government’s national air quality standards during the first three months of 2015, according to a report released Tuesday by Greenpeace East Asia Air.Air monitoring...
  • VW takes aim at China, while Chinese automaker puts it sights on Europe
    VW takes aim at China while Chinese automaker puts its sights on Europe
    While China’s Geely Automobile is setting its sights on European markets by selling a small (yet-to-be-named) SUV in the UK, Portugal, Italy, Spain and several eastern European nations by 2017, Volkswagen debuted its C Coupe GTE concept at...
  • An argument for open immigration
    An argument for open immigration
    Let's face it, the main reasons for our current immigration policies are based on xenophobia, an unreasonable and illogical fear of strangers. Both racism and fear of terrorism are part of that xenophobia, but instead of helping America these...
  • Nicolas Maduro, during a visit to China to seek financial assistance.
    The strategic alliance of Iran, China, and Russia in Latin America
    Washington D.C. – It is no secret that the in the present-day China and Russia enjoy a significant amount of influence in Latin America. Likewise Iran has strong friendships that continue to be nurtured with the building of religious centers...
  • Cancer hotels becoming big business in Beijing
    Cancer hotels becoming big business in Beijing
    Fast rising lung, breast and bowel cancer rates in China have led to the development of a cottage industry to provide “hotel” rooms for patients undergoing treatment in Beijing and Shanghai so they can be nearer to hospitals. Actually...
  • China Warns Dalai Lama He Better Reincarnate, Or Else
    China Warns Dalai Lama He Better Reincarnate, Or Else
    About two weeks ago the religious leader of Tibetan Buddhism decided he might not be reborn. Consequently, The Chinese Government is furious.The Dalai Lama, being the revered head of Tibetan Buddhism, a Nobel peace prize laureate, and etc.,...
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