When Beijing Was Burning Xi was Playing Personal Games 

A great fire destroyed Rome for six days in the summer of AD 64. Famous Roman historian of that time, Tacitus, recorded that 70 percent of the city was destroyed and half of the city’s residents were displaced. Roman ruler Nero was accused of being indifferent, ineffective, and careless. The end result of this neglect … Continue reading When Beijing Was Burning Xi was Playing Personal Games 

Tumbling Evergrande Caged Tech Giants: China Much Desperate More Dangerous 

An ancient Chinese stratagem advises military leaders: “Loot a burning house.” The trick is easy and self-explanatory — attack when your opponent is most vulnerable. China has given, this and many other hideous ancient wisdom, paramount importance in the quest for ‘Pax Sinica’. After the 2008-09 financial crisis, Chinese firms ventured out to procure discounted bargains … Continue reading Tumbling Evergrande Caged Tech Giants: China Much Desperate More Dangerous