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China Meets with India to Discuss Common Interests…

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Actually this should be called, China sucks up to India , they have no common interests nor collegiality for one another and this is just preventitive in nature. Or maybe that is too long of a title. But anyway, China and India still have land disputes, they are not friends….

From Xinhua,
“BEIJING, April 1 (Xinhua) — China on Thursday highlighted common ground with India in the run-up to Indian Foreign Minister Somanahalli Mallaiah Krishna’s visit to Beijing.

“We believe the two sides will take the opportunity of Krishna’s visit to carry out dialogue, promote cooperation and push forward China-India relations,” said Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang.

Qin told a regular news briefing that Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao and Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi were scheduled to meet with Krishna, whose visit would last from April 5 to 8.

Qin said the two countries shared common ground in tackling global challenges.

“China and India are both important neighbors and emerging economies,” said Qin. “The neighborly and friendly cooperation between the two countries is of great importance for the two sides to jointly deal with global issues and maintaining world peace and stability.

“We hope the two countries can deal with problems and challenges they are facing from strategic and overall perspectives,” said Qin.

“We are willing to work with India to boost strategic trust, step up mutually-beneficial cooperation, and further coordination in international affairs to promote bilateral ties,” said Qin.

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China News, Whats Hot

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Big

-Saying the US is kow towing to them

-Investment numbers

Moderate

-attacks on US consulate

-Drought

None

-Chinese sports

-Baseball

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Chicoms to World, Your Business Still Welcome- Unless You are Google

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This is from the chinadaily, and basically the Chinese are saying its just business as usual, that foreigners are still welcome- much of this comes from Google taking off, and some others. The truth is that this is like China creep, they lure yoiu in and then little by blittle take away liberties or drop little surprises on you. This is probasbly why the US has been talking to India quite a bit lately. Their culture matches ours more and probably is a good option as well.

“BEIJING – Foreign businesses in China are operating in an improving and maturing environment, with the government committed to its World Trade Organization (WTO) pledges, a former top trade negotiator has said.
“It’s just not true to say that China is getting tougher with multinationals doing business in the country,” Tong Zhiguang, who is also a former vice-minister of commerce, told China Daily on Monday. “Instead, I believe the Chinese government is taking a more active and open attitude toward foreign investment in terms of the policies concerned,” China’s former WTO chief negotiator said.

Tong made the remarks in response to complaints by a number of international companies about more business restrictions in China.

These complaints flared up after Internet search giant Google withdrew its operations from the Chinese mainland last month.

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Chinese Sayings…

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“There are many paths to the top of the mountain, but the view is always the same.”

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Chinese Sayings

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“One joy scatters a hundred griefs..”

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Journalists in China, a Ton- China Fact

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Total number of journalists in China: 700,000.”, the problem is that they all must basically say the same shit!

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Chinese Sayings

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Wonder what this means for the corrupt ruling regime…

“Wealth Does Not Pass Three Generations”

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Chinese Communist Party Member Held in Murder

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From the Yangcheng evening news

“WENZHOU, Zhejiang – A former Party chief of Ouhai district in Wenzhou has been detained for allegedly killing his mistress as well as for corruption, media has reported.

On Wednesday, officials from the Zhejiang provincial department of public security said that Xie Zaixing, former secretary of the Ouhai district committee of the Communist Party of China, was put into criminal detention by the West Lake branch of Hangzhou public security bureau on Sunday.

The Standing Committee of Ouhai District People’s Congress, or the legislature, deprived Xie of his qualification to serve as a deputy to the Wenzhou People’s Congress due to the allegations.

Yangcheng Evening News said Xie is suspected of choking his mistress, Shao Huiling, with a quilt during a quarrel at a hotel room in Hangzhou.

The Guangzhou-based 21st Century Business Herald reported on Wednesday that Xie was also alleged to have been involved in corruption during his previous term in office as the magistrate of Sanmen county.

The report said Xie had illegally transferred 37 hectares of farmland in a local village in April 2003.

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Chinese Executives, Tons of Ladies

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China has 680,000 business executives in major cities such as Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen, up 14 percent from 2007, and 35 percent of them are women, according to the 2008 China Business Executive Survey (CBES) carried out by China Market Research (CTR).

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China Fact

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The Cultural Revolution was a period of unprecedented turmoil in which society was virtually turned upside down. Students, in the form of Red Guard, went on a rampage. Schools and universities were closed, intellectuals and artists of all kinds were dismissed, persecuted, sent to labor in the countryside, or killed. Temples, monuments, and works of art were defaced and destroyed. All religious institutions were closed and religious workers were sent to prison or to work in factories or in the countryside. This was a time of suffering for all the Chinese people. Its effects are still felt in society.

http://www.miaoupg.com/facts.htm

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