The smell of Jasmine

I don’t believe that Jasmine Revolution will break out in China, because any suspicious move of assembly will be quashed by the government, and what is more, there are too many benefiting from the establishment. They don’t want to overthrow it. I like what a Chinese writer (慕容雪村)said: the flower season of the jasmine has… Continue reading The smell of Jasmine

China’s high-speed trains

China has, at 8,358 kilometres, the longest high-speed rail network in the world. In December 2010, the Guangzhou-Zhuhai express rail commenced trail operation, with the travel time between the two cities reduced to 30 minutes. And the high-profile Shanghai-Beijing express rail is scheduled for operation in June. Yet, ordinary Chinese people will have to face… Continue reading China’s high-speed trains

Confucius Peace Prize?

To smear and sabotage Liu Xiaobo’s Nobel Peace Prize, China has gone to the unthinkable extent. It threatens the Chinese living in Norway to stage protest against the award; and it creates a farce by staging an award called Confucius Peace Prize given to a six-year-old girl. According to the South China Morning Post, the… Continue reading Confucius Peace Prize?