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2013/09/20

Question: Where DID all of America's Plastic Garbage Go? Answer: China

-Plasticy and smelly... 

We all know that the U.S. imports over $400 billion dollars of clothing, toys, computers and other manufactured goods from China every year. Less well known is that the U.S.'s biggest export to China is our trash and scrap. Though the distance between your household recycling bin and the Chinese countryside might seem vast, you would be surprised at how quickly your empty yogurt container made that trip last year. This will be an informal, picture guided tour of the Chinese scrap economy, aka a peak at globalization's backside.

California's no. 2 export to China in 2012 was "waste & scrap." It was New York and Florida's top export to China.

Joshua Goldstein teaches history at the University of Southern California. Among the courses he teaches is the popular general education course "China and the World." Goldstein is the author of Drama Kings: Players and Publics in the Recreation of Peking Opera (2007) and many articles on Beijing Opera as a modern construction. He is also the co-editor (with Madeline Yue Dong) of Everyday Modernity in China (2006). He is currently at work on a study of the history of recycling in China.
http://youtu.be/pgx5mSTvt9U

2013/09/19

VIDEO: Ever See An Elephant Cry? Baby Elephant Cries in China After Its Mother Stomped On It

-WARNING: Might be disturbing images of momma elephant stomping.

Baby elephant 'cries' for hours after being stomped by mom Baby elephant 'cries' for five hours after mother tried to stamp him to death shortly after birth Keepers removed Zhuangzhuang ...
Baby elephant 'cries' for hours after being stomped by mom
http://youtu.be/0FCDXZ0obNE



it is so sad, baby elephat is suffering from internal injuries as well as starving , and elephant mom still keeps refusing to milk it. elephant mom also refuses to eat. .
http://youtu.be/WnAhZc3wL6A



Baby elephant 'cries' for five hours after mother tried to stamp him to death shortly after birth.

Horrified zookeepers were forced to intervene after a female elephant attempted to stamp her calf to death shortly after he was born.

The female elephant had stepped on baby Zhuangzhuang almost immediately after giving birth at a Chinese zoo on August 30.

But vets initially thought it was an accident. They removed the calf to treat his injuries and returned him to his mother two hours later - but she started to stamp on him again.

Keepers drove her off and took the little elephant away.

The rejected calf then reportedly cried for five hours as staff at the Shendiaoshan Wild Animal Natural Reserve Area, in Rongcheng, Shandong province, tried to comfort him.

He is now making good progress and has been adopted by a keeper.

'The calf was very upset and he was crying for five hours before he could be consoled', a spokesman said.

'He couldn't bear to be parted from his mother and it was his mother who was trying to kill him.

'They have made a good bond. We don't know why the mother turned on her calf but we couldn't take a chance.'
http://youtu.be/6-PmeDeaBZU

2013/09/18

Learn More About China's CCTV Than You Ever Thought You Wanted To Know!

-Not Close Captioned TV Surveillance! 

As China navigates the murky waters of a "third way" with liberal economic policies under a strict political regime, the surprising battleground for China's future emerges in the country's highest rated television network—China Central Television, or CCTV.

With 16 internationally broadcast channels and over 1.2 billion viewers, CCTV is a powerhouse in conveying Chinese news and entertainment. The hybrid nature of the network has also transformed it into an unexpected site of discourse in a country that has little official space for negotiation. While CCTV programming is state sponsored—and censored—the popularity and profit of the station are determined by the people. And as the Chinese Communist Party seeks to exert its own voice on domestic and international affairs, the prospect of finding an amenable audience becomes increasingly paramount.

Through a series of interviews with a fascinating cast of power players including a director of a special topic program that incited the 1989 student movement, current and past presidents of CCTV, and producers at the frontline of the network's rapidly evolving role in Chinese culture, celebrated media analyst Ying Zhu unlocks a doorway to political power that has long been shrouded in mystery.

About the Author

Ying Zhu is a professor of media culture at the City University of New York, College of Staten Island. The recipient of a fellowship from the National Endowment for the Humanities, she is the author or editor of seven other books, including Television in Post-Reform China and Chinese Cinema During the Era of Reform, and a co-producer of current affairs documentary films, including Google vs. China and China: From Cartier to Confucius. She resides in New York.
http://youtu.be/WiPHvggJgCA

2013/09/15

Shanghai Restoration Project Amazing Korean Folk Song Turned Beautiful Chinese Song "Little White Boat 小白船“ With Chinese and Pinyin Lyrics!

-Truly beautiful and haunting for the season! 

小白船 (Little White Boat) feat. Zhang Le (张乐)
Lyrics and music by 尹克荣 (Yin Kerong)
Originally a Korean folk song 반달 ("Half-moon") by 윤극영

From the album LITTLE DRAGON TALES:http://www.littledragontales.com
Music by The Shanghai Restoration Project:http://shanghairestorationproject.com
Video by Sun Yunfan (孙云帆): http://www.sunyunfan.com/

蓝蓝的天空银河里
Lán lán de tiānkōng yínhé lǐ 
Under the blue, blue skies in the Milky Way

有只小白船
Yǒu zhǐ xiǎo bái chuán 
Is a small white boat

船上有棵桂花树
Chuánshàng yǒu kē guìhuā shù 
On the boat is an osmanthus tree

白兔在游玩
Bái tù zài yóuwán 
And a white rabbit at play

桨儿桨儿看不见
Jiǎng er jiǎng er kàn bùjiàn 
The oars, the oars, are not to be seen

船上也没帆
Chuánshàng yě méi fān 
The boat, it has no sails

飘呀飘呀
Piāo ya piāo ya 
Floating, floating

飘向明天
Piāo xiàng míngtiān 
Floating towards tomorrow

渡过那条银河水
Dùguò nà tiáo yínhé shuǐ 
Past the Milky Way

走向云彩国
Zǒuxiàng yúncai guó 
Toward the colorful cloud kingdom

走过那个云彩国
Zǒuguò nàgè yúncai guó 
Past the colorful cloud kingdom

再向哪儿去
Zài xiàng nǎ'er qù 
Then where to next?

在那遥远的地方
Zài nà yáoyuǎn dì dìfāng 
In that far off place

闪着金光
Shǎnzhe jīnguāng 
Shines a golden light

晨星是灯塔
Chénxīng shì dēngtǎ 
The morning star is a beacon of light

照呀照得亮
Zhào ya zhào de liàng 
Shining, shining bright

晨星是灯塔
Chénxīng shì dēngtǎ 
The morning star is a beacon of light

照呀照得亮 
Zhào ya zhào de liàng 
Shining, shining bright

http://youtu.be/BZReRt0M7ho


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