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Chinese man chains his 2-year-old boy to lamppost outside Beijing mall

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Chained: Two-year-old Chen Chuanliu is regularly padlocked to a tree while his rickshaw driver father touts for customers in Beijing No escape: The padlock securing the toddler At first sight it seems the ultimate in child cruelty – a two-year-old boy chained to a lamp post to stop him getting away. Yet his parents say this is the only way they can guarantee not to lose him. His father Chen Chuanliu... 

China Warns US Relationship Turning Increasingly Sour

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Chinese FM Yang Jiechi China’s Foreign Ministry warned again today about the possibility of worsening ties with the United States, slamming the Obama Administration for its plan to meet the Dalai Lama in a pending visit. The Chinese spokesman cautioned that the US should “realize the high sensitivity of Tibet-related issues” The Dalai Lama visit is far from the only incident in recent weeks causing... 

Former Malaysian leader: Jews cause world’s problems

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Malaysia’s former prime minister accused America’s “Jewish lobby” of preventing President Obama from ending the war in Afghanistan. Local Malaysian media reported that Dr. Mahathir Mohamad, who ruled the Muslim nation between 1981 and 2003, told the Conference for the Support of Al-Quds on Jan. 21 that AIPAC was hindering two of Obama’s key election promises: ending the war in Afghanistan... 

Animal rights advocate says: “Korea Should Stop Eating Man’s Best Friends”

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Dogs in a case are waiting to be slaughtered at Moran Market in Seongnam, east of Seoul. Moran Market is the largest dog meat market in South Korea. (click to enlarge) Abuse of Dogs Still Rampant in S. Korea, China. A shocking case of animal abuse in Seoul’s largest dog meat market, revealed recently, has left many people in South Korea and China horrified and angry. The abuse of hundreds of... 

Traditional Chinese Dish, Specialties, Cousine

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China, a civilized country? Maybe… but some Asians would eat just about ANYTHING that moves. Most of the world diseases and viruses came from Asia and Africa but some of you didn’t know why. What’s this for a reason? Where are the animal rights groups now?   Read More »

Chinese Export Dead Chicken - Photo Gallery

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Are you seeing more and more food from China in your supermarket? Have you noticed you can’t buy a single package of fish that isn’t from Asia? Do you think your food from those countries is processed in a sanitary manner, and thus safe to eat? Unlike the U.S., Canada, and Europe, China does not have laws regulating food processing. Many companies are using Hong Kong addresses for products... 

US Rejects Treaty to End Korean War

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US officials today rejected the latest North Korean call to sign a peace treaty, saying that they are “not going to pay North Korea to come back to the six-party talks.” North Korea abandoned the talks in early 2009 after the US pressed an additional round of condemnations against them through the UN Security Council. Shortly thereafter, North Korea successfully tested a nuclear weapon. North... 

Intentional Poisoning: Feds probe cadmium in kids' jewelry from China

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Moving swiftly, U.S. product safety authorities say they are launching an investigation into the presence of the toxic metal cadmium in children’s jewelry imported from China after disclosure of lab tests showing that some pieces consisted primarily of the dangerous substance. The promise to “take action as quickly as possible to protect the safety of children” followed by hours... 

Christians In Tajikistan Face Uncertain Future As New Law Forces Churches To Close

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Islam, the so called “religion of peace and tolerance” banned Christianity… again! Devoted Christians in several areas of Tajikistan faced uncertainty Tuesday, January 5, over the future of their churches after the former Soviet republic introduced a new religion law that the United States has criticized as highly restrictive. The Religion Law, which came into forces on New Year’s... 

China choking off supplies of Rare Earth Elements to rest of world

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A neodymium magnet, commonly used in motors, loudspeakers and other appliances. Neodymium is a rare earth element. Neodymium is one of 17 metals crucial to green technology. There’s only one snag – China produces 97% of the world’s supply. And they’re not selling. Britain and other Western countries risk running out of supplies of certain highly sought-after rare metals that are vital to a... 

Global Warming: An Effect of Weather Manipulation

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Chinese Weather Rockets We are being told to reduce our carbon footprints in an attempt to reduce the catastrophic effects of global warming. Will this do any good? Until we know the past and future effects of Global Governmental weather manipulation on our climate we cannot take steps to save our planet. For the past twenty plus years, the planet has been subject to increasingly unusual weather patterns. Governments... 

The new Chinese Fastest Train in the World is A LIE

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Again, we see the conventional mass media going hysterical and yelling about a fantasy-like super Chinese train that reaches 245 mph! They call it “world’s fastest train” but it’s not. It’s a lie! Fastest French train set a new conventional rail record, with a speed of 574.8 kmh (357.16 mph) in 2007! Fastest Japanese maglev train set the world record 581 km/h (361 mph)... 

The Pollution in China Exposed! - Photo Gallery

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October 14, 2009, the 30th annual awards ceremony of the W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund took place at the Asia Society in New York City. Lu Guang (卢广) from People’s Republic of China won the $30,000 W. Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography for his documentary project “Pollution in China.” Lu Guang (卢广), freelancer photographer, started as an amateur photographer in 1980. He was... 

Australia threatens Japan over whaling program

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Japanese Whaling Australia’s prime minister threatened legal action against Japan on Friday if it does not stop its research whaling program that kills up to 1,000 whales a year. Prime Minister Kevin Rudd’s comments came as the Australian Broadcasting Corp. quoted Japanese Foreign Minister Katsuya Okada as saying in an interview that Japan has no plans to halt its killing of whales in the... 

China to overtake the West in the Auto-Industry

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“In recent years, China has become the world’s fastest growing automotive producer,” according to a new report (pdf) from the Congressional Research Service. “[China’s] annual vehicle output has increased from less than 2 million vehicles in the late 1990s to 9.5 million in 2008. In terms of production volume in 2008, China has surpassed Korea, France, Germany, and the United States,... 
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