China

(Business Week) A New World Economy

Submitted by Editor on Mon, 08/05/2006 - 03:35

The balance of power will shift to the East as China and India evolve
It may not top the must-see list of many tourists. But to appreciate Shanghai's ambitious view of its future, there is no better place than the Urban Planning Exhibition Hall, a glass-and-metal structure across from People's Square. The highlight is a scale model bigger than a basketball court of the entire metropolis -- every skyscraper, house, lane, factory, dock, and patch of green space -- in the year .

Parental Alienation Syndrome: New Support Forum

Submitted by Unslaver News on Fri, 27/05/2005 - 17:07

www.Unslaver.com and www.Oz.Unslaver.com

are pleased to announce the first support forum for all people.

Parental Alienation Syndrome is starting to find footing in the Courts.
Custodial Parents are often the culprits of this disasterous mental abuse to the children of a broken relationship.

Research by dedicated Doctors globally have shown that the damage left by the use of PAS against another parent are lifelong and can end in the child being tormented to the point of committing crime.

The Boards will be loaded with articles and original stories in the next few days – all it needs now is parents prepared to talk about their ongoing or prior problems with exspouses/partners, Departments, Police or other entities associated with Children and You – the Parent.

(govtwatch4) Outlaws Saving Seeds!

Submitted by Editor on Wed, 24/11/2004 - 16:15

(govtwatch4) PUDDING
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CHEROKEE
cherokee@hctc.com
November 17, 2004
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CHEROKEE
November 16, 2004

http://www.financialsense.com/stormwatch/geo/pastanalysis/2004/1111.htm

Weekly Column - 11.11.2004
An American Pudding
by J. R. Nyquist

The November issue of "Global Gourmet" features an article titled "Power to the Pudding." It claims that a pudding renaissance is underway in Great Britain. This is not so strange, since a pudding renaissance is underway worldwide. There is the Iraq pudding, the Korea pudding, the Taiwan Straits pudding, the India-Pakistan pudding, the Iran pudding, the dollar pudding and so on. It seems we were lucky to be spared the pudding of a closely contested U.S. presidential election.

16 Queensland mining-related businesses are spending this week in China as part of a trade mission organised by the Queensland Government and Austrade, Premier Peter Beattie said today.

China Puts 700,000 Troops on Alert in Sudan

China, which President Bush has called a "strategic competitor", will see its demand for industrial energy more than double over the next 15 years. China's electricity demand has doubled within the last decade and is likely to quadruple by 2019. Could China's recent shenanigans in the region be a small baby step for an energy-hungry power getting restless?

UNEP News Release 2004/44

Submitted by Editor on Sat, 25/09/2004 - 00:08

World's top environmentalists arrive in Beijing for 20th anniversary of prestigious UNEP Sasakawa Prize

Nairobi/ Bangkok/Beijing - 24 September 2004 - A dozen laureates of one of the world's most prestigious environmental awards - the United Nations Environment Programme Sasakawa Prize - will share their fears and hopes for our environmental future in Beijing on 27 and 28 September.

Queensland Greens Senate candidate Drew Hutton is calling on the federal ALP to reject funding for the five proposed Brisbane tunnels or bridges if they win government at the forthcoming federal election.

(Greens-Media) Brown supports Beijing Tibet protesters

Submitted by Editor on Mon, 30/08/2004 - 23:47

The two protesters who unfurled a banner in Beijing today, saying 'No Olympics in Beijing until Tibet is free' are to be congratulated, Greens Senator Bob Brown said.

Quote: PARIS (RSF/Pacific Media Watch): As the Athens Olympic Games enter their final days and approach the closing ceremony, at which the Olympic flag will be handed over to the mayor of Beijing, Reporters Without Borders (Reporters sans frontières) today awarded China an additional gold medal - one for human rights violations.

(financialexpress) India, China To Strengthen Textile Ties

Submitted by Editor on Sun, 08/08/2004 - 18:51

NEW DELHI, AUG 6: India and China's cooperation at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) negotiations is strengthening with the two working closely in a number of areas including textile.

Kens Comment: I did say to watch China when Beattie put out the press release about the bauxite deal south of Weipa a week or so ago. China is squeezing the US financially and has made substantial bids for gas and oil from the fields to the north of Australia.

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