Monthly Archives: July 2014

Just Another Random Vent

The Chinese government has been fighting air pollution for years, without seeing much improvement so far. Finally, they are humble enough to call IBM for the rescue, expecting Americans to save them. No, they are not feeling ashamed. Instead, they … Continue reading

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How To Be A Hobbit?

Don’t get me wrong. Hobbits are extremely peaceful creatures. How China can make it to $25,000 on GDP per capita, effectively half of the Western standard, is the big question to answer for the Chinese Communist Party when it comes … Continue reading

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World Peace With BRICS

Well, before I leave Las Vegas and go back to Montreal, let me write one last post about BRICS. True, all Western powers have operated aircraft carriers. True, aircraft carriers are important in maintaining world peace, especially against small and … Continue reading

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What Should BRICS Do?

The purpose of the establishment of BRICS is to create a balancing force against the Western powers, nearly all of which rising from colonialism instead of cheap labor. The balancing power in turn creates many development opportunities for the developing … Continue reading

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What Is BRICS?

Las Vegas is way too hot and dry, so that explains why I was staying at the resort all day yesterday to have plenty of A/C inside and outside of my body. I even left the water in my bathtub … Continue reading

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China Is Investing In Its Sweetheart Again

If you take the least two exploited continents in the world, excluding Antarctica, and put them together, then you have a sweet, sweet heart shape in your mind. That’s where China is going again, by trying to build a railway … Continue reading

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The Other Side Of Las Vegas Boulevard

Well, it takes about a day to go through every hidden corner of just one side of the street, the French way. Today, I tried the same exploration on its west side, and it turned out to be a much … Continue reading

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