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West’s Hong Kong color revolution still making a mess of the place and totally backfiring. China Rising Radio Sinoland 190720

By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: a sign posted in a Macanese taxi driver’s car. It says, “Solo Hongkongers supporting dogs are not allowed to ride”, with the obvious suggestion that they are in fact dogs. “Solo” in this case means the rioters, who do not represent the moral majority, thus they are isolated. At…

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Confucius, Laozi and Buddha are humbly winning against the imperial West, in troubled Hong Kong. China Rising Radio Sinoland 190708

                            By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: left to right, a depiction of the famous allegorical story of Confucius, Laozi and Buddha each tasting vinegar in a vat, and the interpretation of their results. Today’s Hong Kong could be represented by the…

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Graça Pacheco Jorge, magical and mysterious Macau – the Anti-Hong Kong. China Rising Radio Sinoland 190522

By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: Macanese native Mrs. Graça Pacheco Jorge reflecting on her amazing life and the rich, colorful history of her home.       f you find China Rising Radio Sinoland‘s work useful and appreciate its quality, please consider making a donation. Money is spent to pay for Internet costs, maintenance,…

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60 Seconds over Sinoland: China’s 360-degree, zoomable, quantum satellite photos will knock the eyes out of your sockets!

By Jeff J. Brown   Pictured above: Shenzhen atop the Ping’an Finance Center, looking towards Hong Kong. Using China’s amazing quantum satellite program, you can zoom in, see people smiling, read car license plates and then move around 360 degrees to explore some more. Amazing…   f you find China Rising Radio Sinoland‘s work useful…

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Taiwanese separatists are so Sino-screwed, one way or another. China Rising Radio Sinoland 181114

By Jeff J. Brown Above: this political cartoon from The Economist was published when pro-reunification Ma Ying-Jiou was Taiwan’s President, through 2015, but the fundamental dynamics have not changed since pro-separatist Tsai Ing-Wen took his place: Baba Beijing and the People’s Republic of China hold all the cards.  Note: When finished reading, listening to and/or…

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