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At the end of the Ming Dynasty, the historian Tan Qian, after more than 20 years of painstaking efforts in writing, finally completed the chronicle 'Guoque.' (Image:  pixabay  /  CC0 1.0)

An Epic Masterpiece Reborn

At the end of the Ming Dynasty, the historian Tan Qian, after more than 20 years of painstaking efforts in writing, finally completed the chronicle Guoque. The joy of Tan Qian can only be imagined as he gazed at such…

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An Epic Masterpiece Reborn

At the end of the Ming Dynasty, the historian Tan Qian, after more than 20 years of painstaking efforts in writing, finally completed the chronicle Guoque. The joy of Tan…

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Did This 2008 Book Predict the Coronavirus?

In 2008, Sylvia Browne released a book called End of Days: Predictions and Prophecies About the End of the World in which she wrote about a pneumonia that would spread…

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Ni Kuang: The Revelation of Hong Kong (Part 2)

Ni Kuang’s science-fiction prophecy Chasing the Dragon, which was published in 1983, contains the following passage: “A big city, even the one that has an important position in the world economy,…

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Ancient Rhymes: The History of Tang Poetry

Between A.D. 618 and A.D. 907, China was ruled by the Tang Dynasty. Considered one of the high points of Chinese civilization, the period is also known as the “Golden Age”…

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A Shattered Chinese Dream

Mr. Wu Ningkun, an acclaimed Chinese translator and an Anglo-American literary research expert, passed away at the age of 99 on August 10, 2019, in the United States.  He is…

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China Is Now Censoring Books of Australian Publishers

After gaining complete control over Chinese society and censoring everything they don’t approve of, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is extending its censorship worldwide, with Australia as its number one…

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Book Review: ‘Claws of the Panda’

Rarely does a book release come at such an opportune time as Claws of the Panda. The topic it discusses is currently debated all across the world. In this aspect,…

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Book Review: Miss Lily’s Lovely Ladies

Miss Lily’s Lovely Ladies is a story based on true historical facts from 1902 to the end of  World War I in 1918. The author, Jackie French, felt inspired to…