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Kung Fu Karl - Hollywood

-I almost spit up my coffee... 

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Karl takes a look back to the days before he became a huge Hollywood movie star. He also looks at the decades afterwards, when he was a giant loser.

Episode Credits:
Written and Produced: LowBrow Studios
Artwork: Mike Parker
Animation: Chris Spry
Color: Stacey Silva

Chen Guangcheng in Exclusive Interview - CNN

-Interesting interview. But thanks to Anderson Cooper, his family is pretty much dead. 

Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng gives his first in-depth television interview to CNN's Anderson Cooper.

3 Chinese Basketball Brawl Videos: 2010 with Brazil, 2011 with Georgetown and 2012 with New Orleans

-See a pattern? 

October 2010: it started off with a bad foul from brazil which cause the chinese player a neck injuries,and the referee didnt call a foul on the brazil player

August 2011: A wild brawl broke out between Georgetown and a Chinese men's basketball team Thursday night, putting an immediate end to a supposed goodwill game that coincided with U.S. Vice President Joe Biden's visit to the country.

May 25, 2012: During an exhibition game in Jiaxing, Zhejiang province. According to spectators, a New Orleans Hurricanes player started the brawl when he struck a Chinese player.

1st Step To Getting Rid Of Chinese Accent-Learn Chinese

-Hilarious. His best video yet. 

Gotta learn some proper Chinese first before learning another language!





Watch 2 Singaporeans in the Ultimate Chinese Accent Parody!

-Pretty funny... 

Introducing the new aunties in the block and Munah's attempt at mastering the accent


China Tries To Make Australia An Offer It Can't Refuse

-Chinese kind of sounds like the muffled words of the Godfather, doesn't it?

The Far East: If there were ever any doubts about China's aggressive military intentions in the Pacific, its warning to Australia last week to choose itself a U.S. or Chinese "godfather" ought to remove all of them.

In what can only be construed as a direct threat to a top U.S. ally, Song Xiaojun, a "retired" Chinese general, told the Sydney Morning Herald that "Australia has to find a godfather sooner or later."

"Australia always has to depend on somebody else, whether it is to be the 'son' of the U.S. or 'son' of China," Song said, adding that Australia had best choose China because it all "depends on who is more powerful and based on the strategic environment."

Who Says Chinese Can't Dance? Di "Moon" Zhang, native of China, dances like a...

-This guy is DOPE!! 

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May 25, 1977: Star Wars Opens and the Chinese Government Lifts the Ban on Shakespeare, Star Wars dubbed (badly) in Chinese!

-The worst dubbed Chinese version of Star Wars EVER!

A new sign of political liberalization appears in China, when the communist government lifts its decade-old ban on the writings of William Shakespeare. The action by the Chinese government was additional evidence that the Cultural Revolution was over.

The Cultural Revolution among other things meant the banning of any cultural work--music, literature, film, or theater--that did not have the required ideological content. By the early 1970s, however, China was desperate to open new and improved relations with the West, particularly the United States, partially because of its desire for new sources of trade but also because of its increasing fear of confrontation with the Soviet Union. PresidentRichard Nixon's 1973 trip to China was part of this campaign. In October 1976, the Cultural Revolution was officially declared ended, and the May 1977 announcement of the end of the ban on the works of William Shakespeare was clear evidence of this. It was a move that cost little, but was sure to reap public relations benefits with Western society that often looked askance at China's puritanical and repressive cultural life.

Together with the announcement that the ban was lifted, the Chinese government also stated that a Chinese-language edition of the Bard's works would soon be available.

On this day in 1977, Memorial Day weekend opens with an intergalactic bang as the first of George Lucas' blockbuster Star Wars movies hits American theaters.

The incredible success of Star Wars--it received seven Oscars, and earned $461 million in U.S. ticket sales and a gross of close to $800 million worldwide--began with an extensive, coordinated marketing push by Lucas and his studio, 20th Century Fox, months before the movie's release date. "It wasn't like a movie opening," actress Carrie Fisher, who played rebel leader Princess Leia, later told Time magazine. "It was like an earthquake." Beginning with--in Fisher's words--"a new order of geeks, enthusiastic young people with sleeping bags," the anticipation of a revolutionary movie-watching experience spread like wildfire, causing long lines in front of movie theaters across the country and around the world.

Star Wars Section 10 Chinese Dub/Subtitles

8 Tweets from @readchinesemenu All about Chinese food, one dish at a time!

-I love the Sexless chicken. That's classic!

The Silk Road and Ancient Trade: Crash Course World History

-This guy should stick to history and not say silly things about how the economic boom due to the Silk Road only helped rich people. How idiotic. 

The Silk Road and Ancient Trade: In which John Green teaches you about the so-called Silk Road, a network of trade routes where goods such as ivory, silver, iron, wine, and yes, silk were exchanged across the ancient world, from China to the West. Along with all these consumer goods, things like disease and ideas made the trip as well. As is his custom, John ties the Silk Road to modern life, and the ways that we get our stuff today.


Asian X-Games and BMX in Shanghai: Biking Through Alleys, Avoiding Grannies!

-Cool music Too. 

At the end of April 2012 Marnold, Liam Zingbergs, Cooper Brownlee and Brock Olive visited Shanghai in China for the Asian X-Games. They then spent a few days riding around the city exploring and riding some good spots.

There were alot of issues with this trip, the main one being the airline losing all our bikes for a few days. rain and Brock slicing his shin open resulting in 20 stitches but we it was still fun and filled with alot of laughs.

Thanks very much to Kane and all the locals at for all there help.

Be sure to check the up and coming issue of 2020 for a feature article on the trip.

Filmed by: Cooper Brownlee, Marnold, Liam Zingbergs and Brock Olive
Edited: Cooper Brownlee.

Shanghainese Woman Held in Fetus Death is Free on Bond

-Sad story. 

INDIANAPOLIS – A Chinese immigrant who tried to kill herself by eating rat poison was free on bond Tuesday after more than a year in an Indianapolis jail on charges that she killed her 33-week-old fetus.

Bei Bei Shuai lugging a plastic bag full of her belongings and leaned on her attorney as she walked up a ramp toward reporters and friends waiting on the sidewalk outside the jail.

“I feel very happy,” the 35-year-old Shanghai native said moments before she broke into tears and hugged her friends.

Defense attorney Linda Pence said one of Shuai’s first moves would be to call her mother in China. Work on preparing for Shuai’s Dec. 3 trial, she said, could wait a day.

“Today is a day of celebration,” Pence said.

Shuai was 33 weeks pregnant when she ate rat poison on Dec. 23, 2010, after her boyfriend broke up with her. Shuai was hospitalized and doctors detected little wrong with the fetus’ health for the first few days.

The premature girl, Angel Shuai, was delivered by cesarean section Dec. 31, but she died from bleeding in the brain three days later after being removed from life support.

Prosecutors charged Shuai with murder in March 2011, arguing that a suicide note she wrote showed she intended to kill her baby as well as herself....
Woman held in fetus death is free on bond | The Journal Gazette:

3-yr-old on toy bike survives heavy traffic in China

-Neglect -verb: Fail to care for properly 

Surveillance camera captured images of a three year old boy riding his toy scooter at a rush hour on a busy road in the city of Wenzhou in Eastern China. After narrowly avoiding being crushed by several vehicles, the boy was spotted by a policeman who reacted quickly and whisked him to safety. Apparently he was in the care of his grandfather, who had gone to the toilet at the time of the incident. The policeman brought the boy back to his grandfather who had rushed out to find him.

CCTV footage has gone viral which shows a three-year old boy dangerously riding his toy bike through one of the busiest intersections in Wenzhou, China. The boy had somehow separated from his Grandfather.

Shanghai Cartoon Studio makes a Cartoon for kids! 快乐心心 First 3 Episodes!

-Silly but a good show! 


Chinese cartoonist Carol Liu Hong built her studio from scratch, doing post-production work for TV commercials and then, once she broke even, realizing her dream of creating cartoons for Chinese kids.

Breaking into a market dominated by state media companies has been tough — even more so now that Kungfu Panda creator DreamWorks Animation SKG and other big cartoon giants are launching their own local studios in China.

Liu has gotten some help. Seeking to nurture creative industries, the Shanghai government gave her studio, Shanghai Cartoon Communication Group, a choice location. But its success so far mainly stems from its ability to balance cartoon making with sales of related products, she says.

Her company has turned out about 10 cartoon movies, including "Kuaile Xinxin," or "Happy Sweetie," comic stories about a little girl aimed at 2- to 5-year-olds that won top prize for "excellent animation" from the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television last year.

Despite the challenges, "We are in a good period," Liu says.

"Every year, 20 million children are born here," she says. "Thanks to the one-child policy, each child tends to have six adults spending money on them, so the environment is very good."

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Ha Wenyi: Chinese Everest Climber dead, Media coverage

-Why? Just because it's there! 

Dr. Kenneth Kamler recalls his harrowing experience on a climb towards the summit of Mt. Everest in 1996 when a lethal 2-day storm kicked up. The event, documented by writer Jon Krakauer in his bestselling book Into Thin Air, would lead to the deaths of eight climbers and leave several others -- including Kamler -- stranded and fighting for their lives.

In this presentation, Kamler explores the effects of the disaster, the rescue, and the relentless drive of human survival.

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Kenneth "Ken" Kamler is a microsurgeon and mountain climber. Kamler was chosen by New York Magazine as one of New York City's best doctors in 2002. He is a microsurgeon trained at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center who also practices extreme medicine in the most remote corners of the world. He has served as chief high altitude physician for the NASA-sponsored research in human physiological responses to extreme altitude.

Into Thin Air: A Personal Account of the Mt. Everest Disaster

As covered in the book Into Thin Air by Jon Krakauer, in May 1996, Kamler was at Camp III on Mount Everest preparing for a summit attempt when a ferocious storm engulfed three teams of climbers returning from the peak. As the only doctor on the mountain when the storm hit, he treated the survivors as they descended from Camp IV.

A climber and doctor on many Everest expeditions, he has worked with National Geographic to carry out geological research and precision mapping using laser telescopes and global positioning satellite beacons. He appeared on ABC's Nightline in the first-ever live interview from Everest base camp. and has appeared many times on national television. Kamler lives in the New York City area.

登珠峰 Dēng zhū fēng Climb Mt. Everest
Some 200 people will attempt to scale the 8,848-metre (29,029-foot) summit this weekend when the weather is expected to provide the next safe window for the ascent, said Nepal tourism official Gyanendra Shrestha.

Everest overcrowding raises fears after four deaths - Telegraph:

“On that day, there were too many people to go climb the Everest, there were too many traffic jams,” her outfitter, Ganesh Thakuri, managing director of Utmost Adventure Trekking Pvt. Ltd., said by telephone Tuesday after he returned from base camp.

“When it was over 8,500 metres, she loses her stamina and she was very weak … They tried to get her to go back but [she] did not listen. She wanted to go to the summit anyhow. It took a very long time. It was 22 hours to go on top of Everest for her. On the way back down, she lost her energy.”

A similar crowd of 208 climbers headed to the summit last week, and four died Saturday in one of the deadliest days ever on the mountain.

Ha Wenyi of China, Eberhard Schaaf of Germany, Nepal-born Canadian Shriya Shah and South Korean Song Won-bin died on their descents from the summit, apparently from exhaustion and altitude sickness.

登珠峰,国内登山者最好走北坡That's what happened to four climbers last weekend. Dr. Eberhard Schaaf of Germany, Song Won-bin of South Korea, and Canadian Shriya Shah died while trying to descend from the peak. There are new reports today that the body of Ha Wenyi of China was also discovered, according to USA Today.

More climbers are attempting to summit the peak every year during climbing season between late March and the beginning of June. They spend weeks getting used to lower levels of oxygen at different camps at increasingly higher altitudes, carrying their packs. The Telegraph reports this year, favorable conditions for climbing to the top didn't occur until last Friday, which was later than usual.

尼泊尔官方珠峰南坡大本营的公务人员迪盆卓·鲍德尔上午告诉法晚记者,遇难的中国人是55岁的登山者Ha Wenyi(音:哈闻宜),他被发现在珠峰海拔8600米处遇难。至此,已经有4人遇难。陪同他的尼泊尔向导也失踪了,目前还未找到,不知是否已经遇难。


Geek Chic: Beijing's 'Micromouse' robot competition


China's National Micromouse Competition has concluded in Beijing. But just what is it all about? Report by Natalie Powell.


Ancient Chinese Weapons, Video from and from the Beijing Military Museum

-Yikes. Scary stuff.. 

Ancient Chinese Weapons (3:32)

Qin Shi Huang's army unified the seven provinces of ancient China by capitalizing on superior weapons.
Ancient Chinese Weapons in the Beijing Military Museum A leisurely walk through of ancient Chinese military history in the Beijing Military Museum. Photography by Alf of

十成: Shi Cheng: Short Stories from Urban China

-No factories, no urban fiction cliches! 

Shi Cheng (10 Cities)
Shi Cheng means "10 cities" and reveals the structural concept of this book, one in a series of story collections about groups of cities. The idea of the city as a "character" in fiction or film is very much of our times and conjures up notions of ceaseless noise and activity, the alienation of the individual in the roiling mass. These stories confound such expectations. Not only do they resist the noirish clichés of "urban fiction", they deny us any of the themes we might expect from China; children are not an issue here, nor factory life, and only one story touches on social organisation.

Shi Cheng (10 Cities)

Chinese with Too much Free Time: 1,000 Arm Bodhisattva 千手观音 Photos with Guns, Grenades and Gloves

-I love the grenades. FUNNY! 
Original Bodhisattva...


Here's the silly Photos.


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【爆笑恶搞动画】—卫生巾发展史 The Historical Development of the Female Sanitary Napkin - In Chinese

-You can learn a few things. 

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Watch a Chinese Gangster/Thug/Cool guy Attack Cop with Huge Knife, Girlfriend Attacks Cameraman!

-a bit shaky but very clear. This guy is a psycho! 

A thug on a scooter in China attacks a uniformed Chinese police officer with a big knife in the middle of the street in broad daylight.

Jerkin' in Beijing KOD and WHAT IS JERKIN'?

-Each one said "it's a blessing to be jerkin' in China." 

This year for the first time on the KOD battle stage, four members from various Jerk Crews were selected to form a super crew known as the Avengers, to perform a special showcase, during the final battles. We are very proud to announce that AF Gary, Davey Boy, Sick Nick, and Showtime, now known as the Avengers will be leaving for Beijing, China to represent the jerk dance movement happening all around the world.

When Vlado first caught wind of the jerk dance craze, we wanted to show our support for something positive, something that kids could do to channel their energy and creativity. Our goal is to empower our youth by encouraging them to embrace and showcase their talent. Many forms of street dance have all been originated from the U.S, and that is why, we as a community must continue supporting one another. Lets all send our support and wish the best of luck to all the U.S. dancers.

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What is Jerkin?

A documentary trailer that explores the artistry and meaning of "Jerkin" for some youth in San Francisco.

Made in the Advanced Digital Filmmaking class at BAYCAT, Fall 2010.

From Wikipedia:
Jerkin' or Jerk is a street dance from Los Angeles.[1] Since 2009, jerkin' has gained fans along the West Coast and is gaining popularity on the East Coast.[2]
The dance itself consists of moving your legs in and out called the "jerk", and doing other moves such as the "reject", "dip", and "pindrop".[3]

SHANGHAI IN 2 DAYS | Living as a Laowai E14

-Fun recap of a trip to Shanghai. 

A light-hearted series that gives insight to life in China, from the view of foreigners.

Episode 14: Shanghai in 2 Days.

In this episode we show you what you could do with two days in Shanghai, but you probably would come up with something better.

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Shot of the iPhone 4S and Panasonic GH1.

Story of the Staple Foods - A Bite of China(舌尖上的中国)

-Did you know Chinese food looked so good?? 


Chinese cuisine is unique. A pot of rice, a steamed bread or those ever-changing delicate staple foods are all the products of people's hard work and accumulated experience.

want more? Episode 1 here


How Facebook could destroy the U.S. economy along with China, Europe, Oil, 2012 elections etc. etc.

-Yikes. I'm getting off Facebook NOW! 

"You think I'm kidding? Not one bit. In fact Facebook is now one of my top-12 economy-killing triggers, any one of which could ignite a firestorm.
These include: euro zone ills, overpopulation, China, climate crisis, Peak Oil, Fed's cheap money, 2012 elections, austerity vs growth, high-frequency trading, extreme capitalism, and the Black Swan nobody ever sees coming till it hits, you know, a trigger like the 1914 assassination of an unknown archduke that ignited a world war."

Paul Farrell of Market Watch.

How Facebook could destroy the U.S. economy

Commentary: Too-big-to-fail mentality replays the dot-com bubble

NOBODY GETS HIT! The chaotic grace of a typical busy intersection in Kunming, China

-Just a typical day, just typical traffic. 

I shot this video at my favorite intersection in Kunming, China. I cross this spot every Monday, Wednesday and Friday as I travel between my Chinese tutoring and the swim club. There appears to be no method to the madness, yet it just seems to work. Perhaps it is a good microcosm for all of China.

Ryan Petersen

吴彦祖 Daniel Wu visits the University of Oregon

-What's with the duck? 

Chinese film star Daniel Wu (UO class of 1997) visited his alma mater this April. The Hong Kong actor, producer, and director was in Eugene screening "Overhead 2" for the CINEMA PACIFIC Film Festival.

The son of immigrants from Shanghai, Wu grew up in California and studied architecture at the UO. Wu started the University of Oregon Wushu Club in 1994. After earning his degree in 1997, Wu traveled to Hong Kong, where he began his acting career.

Underwater weddings in China

-This will take your breath away.
If he's not careful, she'll make him swim with the fishes.
You may now kiss the... well, uh... suck your wife's oxygen.

Two underwater weddings have been held at a marine park in China, with the couples being kissed by dolphins and spat on by walruses.

Think the Traffic in your area is bad? Think again. Watch the Insane traffic in Beijing

-Almost Suessian in its insanity! 

Filmed at the intersection of Chengfu Lu and Zhongguancun Donglu in Beijing tonight. It was raining pretty hard and the traffic light a block down was out, leading to this massive clusterf--k of cars and people and scooters and bikes

China firm buys AMC to form world's largest cinema chain

-This guy in the video looks 13 years old. 

AMC Entertainment Holdings, the owner and operator of the AMC Theater chain, is being acquired by Chinese company Dalian Wanda Group.

The deal is worth $2.6 billion and will ultimately create the world's largest cinema maker. The agreement includes a $500 million investment by Wanda to fund AMC's strategic and operating initiatives. AMC also assured its over 18 thousand employees that the acquisition will not affect employment levels at the company.

Gerry Lopez, Chief Executive Officer and President of AMC, said, "As the film and exhibition business continues its global expansion, the time has never been more opportune to welcome the enthusiastic support of our new owners. Wanda and AMC are both dedicated to providing our customers with a premier entertainment experience and state-of-the-art amenities and share corporate cultures focused on strategic growth and innovation. With Wanda as its partner, AMC will continue to seek out new ways to expand and invest in the movie-going experience."

China's Dalian Wanda Group and AMC Entertainment announced Monday a $2.6 billion deal to take over the U.S. theater group, forming the world's largest cinema chain, according to a new release on the deal.

The move is the latest in a raft of deals between U.S. entertainment companies and Chinese firms, linking the world's largest theater market with the world's fastest growing.

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New 007 Bond Movie SKYFALL starring Shanghai!! Official Teaser Trailer

-at :40 see Shanghai in all of her brilliance! 

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Didier Drogba to quit Chelsea for 'leap into the unknown' in Shanghai

-Shenhua tickets are going to go SKY HIGH!!! 
Drogba Top 10 Goals, mute if you want, just loud music.

Didier Drogba has confirmed he will quit Chelsea following his Champions League final heroics, according to reports in France. The striker has been quoted saying he informed his team-mates of his decision during the club's open-top bus paradeon Sunday after leading them to the greatest moment in their history on Saturday night.

Drogba, who has reportedly already agreed a deal to join Shanghai Shenhua when his Chelsea contract expires this summer, is said to have admitted he struggled to get the words out and burst into tears.

12 Chinese Baby Photos: Probably the CUTEST baby EVER!

-I dare you not to smile! 
 Nosy teddy bear. 
 heading out in the snow.

 Jiang Zemin look alike! 

 I've got my iphone in my pocket here somewhere....

 What's with my bracelet mom? 

Teddy just farted... ha ha ha.

 gosh it stinks.

 Minnie looks jealous. 

 Just Cute.

 Sup homies! 

Just chillin chillin.

Baby's name is Dang Dang.  Please contact us (chinastories888 at gmail dot com) if you are interesting in modeling.  The baby is in Shanghai and we can put you in contact with the parents.

Amazing Chinese Food Documentary: A Bite of China 《舌尖上的中国》Super Popular in China!

-Try not to drool. 

See the real Chinese life in this 45 minute program.  See the real countryside like you've never seen it.  For Chinese, this will bring them back to their childhood.  Really remarkably well done.

"'A Bite of China" has opened a window allowing TV audiences at home and abroad to learn about Chinese food and its culture with HD images from a human perspective.
There are a large number of food raw materials within China's vast territory. People have been collecting, picking, digging and catching these gifts of the nature all the year round.

Best YouTube Comments:
  • Chinese students studying abroad would like to say WE MISS CHINA while watching this documentary ...
  • I watched this episode during the midnight with my empty stomach, can you imagine the feeling?????????

Genghis Khan and the Mongols!: Crash Course World History

-Such barbarians... oh wait, they were... 

Mongols T-Shirt:

In which John Green teaches you, at long last, about the most exceptional bunch of empire-building nomads in the history of the world, the Mongols! How did the Mongols go from being a relatively small band of herders who occasionally engaged in some light hunting-gathering to being one of the most formidable fighting forces in the world? It turns out Genghis Khan was a pretty big part of it, but you probably already knew that. The more interesting questions might be, what kind of rulers were they, and what effect did their empire have on the world we know today? Find out, as John FINALLY teaches you about the Mongols.

The 100 Year Start Up in China: Evernote 印象笔记 comes to the Middle Kingdom!

-It's big in Japan, so I'm sure it will be big in China too.

Five Ways to Get the Best From Evernote

Watch the video to see Mr. Libin explain his top tips—but here they are in summary:

  • Use it on your computer and on your phone. “Make a note on both and watch the magic as they synch together.” 
  • Install the Web clipper. Works on all browsers. When you see something you like, click one button and record everything there.” 
  • Use its inbuilt character recognition. “Take pictures of something with a lot of text in it. Many people don’t know you can search for text in Evernote.” 
  • Use the email. “You can mail notes to yourself. Its an easy way to shoot information to it.” 
  • Read the blog

Evernote: Signups for New Chinese Service are "Off The Chart"


"Chinese Zodiac" Trailer starring Jackie Chan


Director: Jackie Chan
Stars: Jackie Chan, Oliver Platt, Caitlin Dechelle, Steven Dasz
Jackie Chan returns for his LAST action movie !!!!
Asian Hawk searches the world for a set of mystic artifacts - 12 bronze heads of the animals from the Chinese zodiac.

China and Capitalism Watch: Slovoj Zizek, NYTimes Attacks Capitalism like Xinhua, Response to "Fables of Wealth"

-Lots of hate out there for Capitalism... all based on MYTHS! 

"Most Dangerous Philosopher" - This is a summary of Slovoj Zizek's way of thinking with precise explanations which for me is easier to listen to where Zizek is not so manic. Slovoj Zizek is a self-described "Complicated Communist Philosopher" who is intrigued by the Stalinist phenomenon and the movie Kung Fu Panda. "I'm ONLY a communist in the sense that Communism addresses the problems of the commons. Nature out there is our common ground. I am not Communist at the level of answers." Charlie Rose does a wonderful job of keeping Zizek's rapid-fire mind on track and on topic. "Philosophers allow us to ask the right questions." Slavoj Žižek is a prolific author and former candidate for the Presidency of Slovenia in the Council of Presidents of Yugoslavia. Zizek acknowledged that China was moving toward Capitalism and paid homage to Li Quan Yu (or Lee Kuan Yew), benevolent dictator of Singapore, who, "Invented Capitalism with Asian values." Solutions can not be generalized. Solutions need to be evolved on the micro level, NOT on the macro level because then they are not really solutions, they are only superficial bandaids that only cover the wound to hide it rather than help heal the wound. This does not address all of the political compromises that make WORSE problems than any viable solutions provide for. Zizek also talks about the dangers of Zionist politics and the paradox of Zionist anti-semitism.

Slavoj Zizek on Kung Fu Panda...

The following is such a joke of an opinion essay.  There is so much hidden vitriol here of someone who was either laid off, cheated or had too many coffee machines made in China break down on him.  The quip about business school is hilarious because it so petty and silly.  Name one economic system where there aren't widows and orphans being robbed?  I love his point about ethics in Capitalism being optional, as if ethics in government or communism isn't.  Is anyone surprised this was published in the New York Times?  This could have easily been written by a no name in the Xinhua New Agency.  The author should stick to writing about Jane Austen, I'm sure he's better at it than writing about capitalism. editors.

Fables of Wealth -

"THERE is an ongoing debate in this country about the rich: who they are, what their social role may be, whether they are good or bad. Well, consider the following. A 2010 study found that 4 percent of a sample of corporate managers met a clinical threshold for being labeled psychopaths, compared with 1 percent for the population at large.

I always found the notion of a business school amusing. What kinds of courses do they offer? Robbing Widows and Orphans? Grinding the Faces of the Poor? Having It Both Ways? Feeding at the Public Trough?

There are ethical corporations, yes, and ethical businesspeople, but ethics in capitalism is purely optional, purely extrinsic. To expect morality in the market is to commit a category error. Capitalist values are antithetical to Christian ones. (How the loudest Christians in our public life can also be the most bellicose proponents of an unbridled free market is a matter for their own consciences.) Capitalist values are also antithetical to democratic ones. Like Christian ethics, the principles of republican government require us to consider the interests of others. Capitalism, which entails the single-minded pursuit of profit, would have us believe that it’s every man for himself."
Fables of Wealth -

Response to Fables of Wealth -
from Dinocrat » Blog Archive » When something can’t go on forever……:

This chart is remarkable. Even if China cooks its books, as is alleged, the country doesn’t seem to have had 
a recession in the last 30 years. GDP growth briefly dipped in 2009 to 6% or so, but is back around 10% again. To our knowledge this longevity of rapid growth without a recession is unprecedented in the history of major developing economies. (There are some anomalous growth rates in the early part of the chart that are due to China’s GDP being almost non-existent during the Cultural Revolution.)


-Hang in there! Friday's coming! 

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