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The Beauty of Chinese Classical Music: Part I
Chinese classical music is not frivolous or simply enjoyable - it is the essence of sublimation.
So Long, and Thanks for All the Spam Links!
“Someone had to go through the storerooms and dust off the Chinese tchotchkes, you mug!” I respond, pre factum.
Must-Reads for the Chinese Anglophile
Who Should Read ? Any Chinese woman married to a “businessman”.
Silhouettes of Peking
Peking tires me, everything here is just a bit rotten. There are no real Chinese and the sight of all the round heads to which modern ideas have fitted that great invention of this century, the bowler, makes me sick.
Red Descendants, Too.
Herein, a peep at the Hongerdai whose lives most closely resemble storylines from Dynasty.
The Red Descendants
It’s true meaning is that you are short of the minimum standard 170cm mark, short of cash, and enhance your looks with cut-rate dye jobs, and an iPhone that everyone but your fellow diaosi knows is fake a mile off.
Dogs and Chinese Not Allowed
The park existed for many years before it occurred to any Chinese that they should be admitted.
China's Richest Village
Socialism has successfully incorporated nasty western economics and produced a community where everyone is rich.
Chinese Scandals - Sexy Enough For You?
This scandal will have as much effect on the party’s stability as Bill Clinton’s spare DNA had on his.