Thursday, December 31, 2009
A young girl shows her handmade New Year Red Lanterns---Children learning to make New Year Red Lanterns in Zhongsheng Kindergarten in Lianyungang, Jiangsu Province
Red Lanterns sell well for New Year Via Xinhua News Agency
Children draw their New Year hopes in Northern China
Via Xinhua News Agency
More photos here Children greet New Year with Sports Meeting
Via China Daily
Monday, December 28, 2009
Chinese Demonstrators outside the U.S. Consulate in Hong Kong hold signs urging that President Obama to demand that China release Human Rights Activist Liu Xiao Bo arrested for organizing academic professionals and calling for democratic legal reforms.
Chinese Activists should not expect much "Hope-n-Change" from the Obama Administration, in February Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said that money is more important than human rights.
A Chinese Undercover Police Thug, pulls down a sign from supporters of Liu Xiaobo, outside the Court House where the Human Rights Activists was on Trial just before Christmas---Liu who was on Trial just before Christmas, his conviction was all but certain by a Chinese Kangaroo Court, was sentenced to 11 years in Prison.
On the 06 January, I wrote here that China began a huge crackdown on writers, artists, intellectuals and others who dared to sign a charter calling for democratic reforms.
More here Via China Digital Times
Thursday, December 17, 2009
CNN Jack Cafferty says, "...The Chinese instituted a policy limiting the number of children each family can have 30 years ago and they claim that since that time, they have prevented 400 million births and saved carbon emissions to the tune of 18 million tons a year....every nation should adopt China's One Child Policy..."
More here Jack Cafferty all but endorses Global One Child Policy to Fight Climate Change Via NewsBusters
Friday, December 11, 2009
Paper Cuts created by Yang Yi, in China Hejin, Shanxi Province.
The Tiger symbolizes such character traits as bravery, competitiveness and unpredictability---Tigers love to be challenged and will accept any challenge if it means protecting their loved one or their honor.
Year of the Tiger begins 14 February, 2010
More here from Chinese Zodiac
Related: Vivid Tiger Paintings Greet Year of the Tiger Via Sina
Thursday, December 10, 2009
As goofy as China's "One Child Policy" is---China now claims that its policy of population control helps to slow global warming.
More here from Xinhua News Agency
Monday, December 7, 2009
A young girl looks out of her sparse classroom in China, Fujian Province, more than 3,000 children in Fujian, Yunnan and Shannaxi Provinces have tested positive for lead poisoning.
A most terrible human tragedy. Childhood lead poisoning can lead to permanent brain damage no region of the brain is spared from lead exposure.
Lead poisoning in China have stirred many Chinese to anger as deaths and related illnesses have shaken the very foundation of villages.
More here from China Digital Times
Related Post: Many Villagers Decline Offer to Escape Lead
Friday, December 4, 2009
Internet Cafe in China, Changzhi, Shanxi Province
China shuts down Yeeyan website which translated Guardian stories.
Related Posts: Would you consider leaving China because of Internet Blocks? Via Danwei
Former Chinese Journalist Comments on Beijing Media Control
Via The Epoch Times
Comrade Obama: "The rise of a strong prosperous China can be a source of strength for the community of nations." Via Bluegrass Pundit