- Dollars Slay the Dragon VI — DEI: A Mirror of Justice
- Dollars Slay the Dragon V — The Magic of US Debts
- Dollars Slay the Dragon IV — DEI: A New Type Of Cold War
- Dollars Slay the Dragon III — Whose Crisis Is This?
- Dollars Slay the Dragon II — the Broken Dream on Olympus
- Dollars Slay the Dragon I — the Beginning of the End
- Do Iraqis Really Hate Americans?
- The Story of Rwandan Genocide — III
- The Story of Rwandan Genocide — II
- The Story of Rwandan Genocide — I
- A Game Without Winners or Losers
- War Of Social Powers
- Social Engineering & Social Powers
- Uncertainty Principle of Economics & Economic Engineering
- What is Economics?
- Big Business vs. Big Government
- Who Is Killing Individual Freedom?
- Is Free Market Really Free?
- Chinese Business Environment: A Lawless Wild Wonderland
- The Missing “Comparative Advantage” in US-Sino Economy
- China Myth (15)
- Chinese History and Legends (1)
- Chinese Language, Art, and Culture (1)
- Letters to USA (24)
- People's Diplomacy (21)
- Political Economy of Knowledge, Innovation, and Human Development (9)
Category Archives: China Myth
Continued from the last post: Dr. Z continued his comments on DEI: “Beginning at the Nixon Shock, the Western DEI strategy has been going through a long fast development. More firmly believing in free market than others, Western ruling elites … Continue reading
Continued from the last post: Dr. Z continued to explain the key role of the US monetary system in its DEI strategy: “In the Western DEI strategy, Federal Reserve’s monetary policies played a key role. They worked as a handle … Continue reading
Continued from the last post: After Dr. Z asked me to think about whose crisis this financial crisis really is, I responded: “After listening to your analysis about this financial crisis, I feel as if you are implying this crisis … Continue reading
In the Christmas of 2008, an old friend, Dr. Z, called me as usual. We got to know each other in China in the late 1990s when he was still a mathematician in training. Later on, he moved to US … Continue reading
Related Old Post I still remember one special afternoon in 1992. At that time, I was a high school student living on campus. Since most students in our high school didn’t live on campus and it was a weekend afternoon, … Continue reading
First of all, I have to make an apology to all the readers who are willing to follow my blog here, for I have failed to publish any new post in more than three months. I had hoped to do … Continue reading