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How can Western capitalism beat THIS? That’s the rub, it can’t. China Rising Radio Sinoland 171022

By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above, communist-socialist China on the march in the 21st century. I feel honored and privileged to be living here and watching history being made every day, in fast motion. Whatcha gonna do about it, Washington-London-Paris? There’s not a damn thing you can do, Uncle Sam & Co. You can only…

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From poor peasant to PhD professor: Mobo Gao’s revolutionary upbringing during China’s Mao Era

      Downloadable SoundCloud podcast (also at the bottom of this page), as well as being syndicated on iTunes and Stitcher Radio (links below):     Most Westerners take for granted the privileged, middle class upbringing they have had. Pretty cushy for starters, compared to the 30,000 children who, to this day, die every…

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Mao Zedong: A Quick Review, 44 Days Radio Sinoland 15.5.10

    Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping, in 1959, working together during the tough times and drought of the Great Leap Forward (image by www.xinhuanet.com)   Join Jeff in Beijing for his 44 Days Radio Sinoland Show. He discusses news and events about China, at home and around the world – information you almost never…

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Mao Zedong: Ow! Or Wow? 44 Days Radio Sinoland Show 15.5.1

                    Join Jeff in Beijing for his 44 Days Radio Sinoland Show. He discusses news and events about China, at home and around the world – information you almost never see and hear behind the Great Western Firewall. China is way too important to not have…

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Beige Spirit (revamped)

  Beige Spirit (image by rubberontheroad.org)   I submitted my first every fiction work, Beige Spirit to a China writers’ collective. They liked it a lot but thought it was too long and the beginning way too slow. Now that I’ve rewritten it, I couldn’t agree with them more. Herewith is Beige Spirit, revamped to…

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Beige Spirit

A story of fiction…   It was not until many years later that Xiao Ding (Little Ding) understood exactly what happened during his parents’ lives. At the age of twelve-thirteen, all he sensed was that his time on Earth could have been worse, a lot worse.   Xiao Ding’s parents were members of a fateful…

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