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James Bradley tells it like it is on China Rising Radio Sinoland 180406

By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above, guest James Bradley on the left and China Rising Radio Sinoland host Jeff J. Brown on the right. Downloadable SoundCloud podcast (also at the bottom of this page), as well as being syndicated on iTunes and Stitcher Radio, (links below) [dropcap] P [/dropcap]lease join me today on China Rising…

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Headlines say it all. Baba Beijing’s vision leads its citizens into the 21st century. China Rising Radio Sinoland 180121

By Jeff J. Brown Day after day, week after week, citizens of China see headlines like this (in Mandarin of course), touting China’s never-in-human-history, record setting achievements, development and progress. The above article explains how Shenzhen is starting construction on five new urban metro lines, to be completed in five years. They just opened three…

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Tall Tiananmen Tales and the Little Red Pill – A China Rising Radio Sinoland classic for this June 4th

                    Neo taking the red pill of truth in “The Matrix”. Count me in. (image by matrix.wikia.com) As a service to China Rising Radio Sinoland fans around the world, herewith is a reprint of the classic article, Tall Tiananmen Tales and the Little Red Pill, featured…

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Behind the Great Western Firewall Is the Ugly Truth, 44 Days Radio Sinoland

The Great Western Firewall vs. the Great Firewall of China: different methodologies, identical results. (www.guardian.co.uk) A truth untold is a lie. A fact hidden is censorship. – Jeff J. Brown, 44 Days Radio Sinoland This is a plea to everyone reading, that we Westerners had better wake up before it’s too late. If we don’t,…

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Jeff J. Brown’s 44 Days MH370 television interview on Press TV and YouTube

      NOW IN 22 DIFFERENT LANGUAGES. CLICK ON THE LOWER LEFT HAND CORNER “TRANSLATE” TAB TO FIND YOURS! By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: in the mountainous no-man’s land along the border of Afghanistan and Pakistan? (image by Press TV.)     Thousands of dollars are needed every year to pay for expensive…

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