The time is right for China

October 20, 2016

We would like to share our cherished ideas about publishing “Knowledge Is a Polyglot” – its gist, relevance and purpose: It is true that China has risen economically, politically and militarily; yet, it is also […]

On Chinese Parenting

February 17, 2016

Ah, Chinese parenting! It’s quite impressive. They do without God and religion. They worship someone else. The majority of traditional Chinese just don’t care for their child as a ‘free agent’. “The parents are sending […]

Pattberg: The Dangers of a New Confucianism

November 5, 2015

THERE have been rumors in recent months about the possibility of a revival of Confucianism in China. Powerful scholars, not without personal agendas, have called for a “Confucian constitution”. Some people have likened President Xi Jinping’s […]

In China: pity ALL the children

October 20, 2015

BEIJING – The British Economist magazine published a peculiar piece, Pity the children, on the “70m reasons to ease China’s curbs on internal migration.” The authors erroneously believe that easing bureaucracy would suddenly make 70 […]

Confucius School: Kindergarten…Already?

October 6, 2015

FONDLY remember our visit to Sihai Confucius Academy in Beijing (June 17, 2013). This academy is a private and boarding school that caters for children age 3-13 to learn – alongside the core subjects like […]

Why people laugh at Japan: Media sucks up to America

September 14, 2015

TOKYO – Since WWII, the United States have an ongoing “special relation” with defeated Japan. The US grip is so tight on Japan’s politics, economics, education, ideological indoctrination, and the military, that critics have called […]

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