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An America that does not know China

An America that does not know China

Before China opened its doors to the world, the author has already foreseen the China that we see now, but was left worrying at a trance, thinking that, “China’s transformation to a capitalist system is inevitable. Now, what should we do?” This has been the common concern amongst the elite and scholars of China at […]

The Decisive Role of Leaders at War

The Decisive Role of Leaders at War

A battle is a hostile fight between the commanding officers of both sides while a war is a fight between the highest leaders of the parties involved. The war between the Union and the Confederacy in the mid-19th century was indeed a fight between the Abraham Lincoln, the then leader of the Union, and Jefferson […]

Carrier of Information: Spies behind the Scenes

Carrier of Information: Spies behind the Scenes

A spy’s activities revolve around digging secret information in foreign land. If the spy’s location has been made public of is revealed, the spy will never be able to steal information. The number of years needed to fully cover the identity of one spy cannot be counted, not to mention the money needed to support […]

Noodles, Asia’s favorite

Noodles, Asia’s favorite

Men and women, young and old all over the world enjoy food made with noodles made into hundreds, if not thousands of different types. Especially in Asia, as many types of noodles rise to popularity, national cuisine of different countries becomes popular as well. For example, Vietnam has pho (rice noodles), Japan has udon (think […]

Chinese rapid growth: the culprit of stress?

Chinese rapid growth: the culprit of stress?

As the cold wind blows in Shaanxi Province in China, the mercury in the scales go down the negative. Posters that alarm citizens about the possibility of stroke can be seen everywhere. According to China Youth Daily, people who die because of cardiac arrest due to stress and overwork have been rising to up to […]

Arajuz: A Fortune of Happiness

Arajuz: A Fortune of Happiness

In our childhood, the acts of Arajuz , performed behind a huge box with red curtains to look like a mini theatre, were pushing us to laugh for hours. Defined by Dr. Abdul-Hamid Younes, an Egyptian folklore expert and historian, Arajuz is a type of indirect acting, with few characters, performed by wooden puppets, closer […]

The Endless World War III

The Endless World War III

War correspondents and history analysts are confused of the daily scenes they are facing in the Middle East: where Arabs are fighting their Arab neighbors, Muslims are battling against Islamists, Christians are helping the killers of Christians, and old enemies are flocking together with their own historic opponents. The Holy Lands of all prophets are […]

Peshawar School Carnage provoke crackdown on Afghan refugees

Peshawar School Carnage provoke crackdown on Afghan refugees

Thousands of Afghans in Pakistan have been arrested or moved from their homes of many years in the wake of December’s killing of over 100 schoolchildren in the city of Peshawar. The Afghans, the majority of whom are not registered refugees, have been targeted in a government crackdown announced immediately after the killings. Responsibility for […]

Salman of Saudi Arabia; A New King, an Old Policy

Salman of Saudi Arabia; A New King, an Old Policy

For the last few months, the dramatic fall in oil prices marked the Arab Gulf States with fear, anger and hostile actions. The unexpected slash of oil prices forced local governments in the region to take hard actions, as the International Monetary Fund estimated that the revenues of Saudi Arabia and its Gulf allies will […]

[Exclusive Report] Environmental Disaster in world’s 4th biggest Thar Desert: Thousands of Gugral trees dry up due to illegal extraction of resin

[Exclusive Report] Environmental Disaster in world’s 4th biggest Thar Desert: Thousands of Gugral trees dry up due to illegal extraction of resin

Like in the past, hundreds of kilograms of gum, illegally extracted from Camphora Mukal, the gum-producing trees, locally known as Gugral, by using poisonous chemical, were being transported in vehicles to Karachi this year too, as the conservators of forests and wildlife in Nagarparkar area of Tharparkar district of Sindh province of Pakistan, bordering India, […]

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