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Archive for June 12th, 2013

Chinese Higher Education in a Pic

Posted by w_thames_the_d on June 12, 2013


China has about 50 million people living in the 21st century, 100 million living in the 1950’s and about 1,150,000,000 or 1.15 billion living in the stone ages.

Here is a Chinese village school today.

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Chinese Sleepover

Posted by w_thames_the_d on June 12, 2013


The communist party has stolen so much cash that the normal people are forced to live like this in most areas of China.

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Chinese Tourists-aka Menace to Society

Posted by w_thames_the_d on June 12, 2013


Whenever you let them out of their Mao induced cages, the Chinese spirit flourishes..

China, 5000 years of history and no civil progress…

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Netraveler, International Chinese Cyber Spy Ring

Posted by w_thames_the_d on June 12, 2013


The Chinese cannot innovate and communism does not lend itself to creativity so the Chinese steal…

Excerpt from wantchinatimes.com

Russian multinational computer security company Kaspersky announced that it has uncovered a large international cyber espionage network. The network is dense with Chinese hackers but has no evident link to China’s government, according to Duowei News, a media outlet run by overseas Chinese.

The firm found the network spans across 40 nations and areas and has attacked over 350 computer systems. Experts refer to the network as NetTraveler.

The network’s targets include government institutions, embassies, scientific research centers, military complexes and petroleum companies. Mongolia is the country most affected by the network’s attacks, followed by Russia and India, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, China, Tajikistan, South Korea, Spain and Germany, according to Kaspersky.

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