Category Archives: The Myth of Chinese People

True stories about Chinese people, their lives, and their history told by a real common Chinese.

The Story of Rwandan Genocide — III


Just when I was translating this Chinese post last night, I found out that the blog link I provided in my first post of this discussion about Rwandan Genocide was not valid any more. I checked the blogger’s homepage and … Continue reading

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The Story of Rwandan Genocide — II


(continuing from the previous post) P11: Black Hawks were down, the legend of invincible American army was smashed, American glory fell into dust, and Americans were kicked out of Somalia. Just one month later, a humanitarian catastrophe was started, remembered … Continue reading

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The Story of Rwandan Genocide — I


A Chinese blog post about Western Interventions around the world Once NATO started the “no-fly zone” air campaign in Libya, Chinese official propaganda machine immediately started running its ideological campaign against the so-called “Western Interventionism”. Unanimously, Chinese official medias were … Continue reading

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Tales of Two Nations


This blog is a small display window for you to see a real China and its culture through the advantageous perspective of a common Chinese citizen who still tries hard to keep his conscience and principle alive. This blog is … Continue reading

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