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China’s Economy To Overtake U.S. By 2028 Due To Covid – A False Praise That Could Rally The West Against China

One of the most popular questions being asked is exactly when will China overtake the United States as the world’s largest economic power. For such a simple question, it’s amazing how economists, analysts and experts have very different opinions or methodologies to arrive at the answer. Some said it will never happen, while others said […]

... written on Dec 29 2020

Five Eyes Alliance Plans To Teach China A Lesson With Economic Sanctions – But It’s Easier Said Than Done

Last month, China stunningly disqualified four pro-democracy Hong Kong lawmakers from its legislature for not being patriotic enough. Apparently, Beijing passed a resolution allowing the city’s government to bypass the courts and dismiss any politicians deemed a threat to national security. In response, all of the Hong Kong’s opposition lawmakers announced their resignation.   Effectively, for […]

... written on Dec 22 2020

How This Image Of An Aussie Soldier With Knife On Afghan Child’s Throat Sparks New China-Australia Conflict

An image of a grinning Australian soldier holding a bloodied knife to an Afghanistan child’s throat has sparked a new problem to the already souring relationship between China and Australia. The fact that the image, which appeared to show the soldier slitting the child’s throat, was posted by Zhao Lijian, a spokesman for China’s foreign […]

... written on Dec 01 2020

Printing Money – The Stupid Backdoor Deputy Minister Who Thought Malaysia Ringgit Is As Powerful As US Dollar

Why don’t poor countries just print more money? Likewise, why can’t the central bank print money and give the free cash to the people who have become jobless or under-employed due to Covid-19 pandemic? Those are excellent questions – if came from a curious kid. But coming from a deputy minister, it could only mean […]

... written on Nov 21 2020

Australia Hopes RCEP Will Fix Problems With China – But It Gets Worse As Beijing Reveals Three Issues With Canberra

Australia was hoping that by signing the China-backed Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) deal on Sunday, it will automatically fix, or at least improve the country’s strained relations with China. If only it was so easy. It would take more than an insignificant deal like RCEP, of which the direct economic benefits are limited, to […]

... written on Nov 19 2020

A Win For Biden Could “Reset” China-U.S. Relations – But China Is Well Prepared For Any Eventuality

China-U.S. relations over the next four years will depend on the outcome of the coming November presidential election, which is less than 30 days away. Therefore, whether the American voters realize it or not, they will not only decide the next president of the U.S., but also the future of China-US relations. It’s this reason […]

... written on Oct 09 2020

Someone Should Remind Najib That Under BN & His Leadership, Sabah Was Invaded & The Country Lost Two Boeing 777

As proxy war gets ugly between two allies – PPBM and UMNO – in the Perikatan Nasional backdoor government led by lame duck Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin, more heavyweights from Peninsular Malaya (as Sabahans like to call the West Malaysia) are being flown to the Borneo state of Sabah. One of them is none other […]

... written on Sep 19 2020

Warning To The U.S. – China Fires Nuclear-Capable “Aircraft-Carrier Killer” Ballistic Missiles In South China Sea

When China launches normal missiles, even in the South China Sea without destroying any enemy ships, it is bad news. But when the Chinese launch ballistic missiles, especially one that can carry conventional or nuclear warheads, it is very bad news. And Beijing had just fired two such missiles. Bloomberg, however, reported that four ballistic […]

... written on Aug 27 2020

Despite Trade War And Anti-Chinese Rhetoric, China Wants President Trump To Get Reelected In 2020 – Here’s Why

John Bolton’s memoir has sold more than 780,000 copies in all formats in its first week on sale in the U.S. As the 27th United States National Security Advisor from 2018 to 2019 who became one of the fiercest critics of President Trump, it’s not hard to see why his book – “The Room Where […]

... written on Jul 03 2020

Coronavirus Inquiry Backfired On Aussie – China Slaps Tariffs, Warns It Has The Power To Hurt Australia Economy

Australia was, and is still known as the United States’ “deputy sheriff” in the Asia-Pacific region. That perception was reinforced during John Howard administration, when the Australian prime minister became a key supporter of the 2003 Iraq War, a war started by President George W Bush under the pretext that Saddam Hussein possessed weapons of […]

... written on May 22 2020









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