in a country where everyone is atleast a 'chutputiya neta' and where politics flows in the blood, there will never be dearth of such catchy phrases which would tickle us, titillate us, and still convey the message they want to give in a healthy manner.
Corruption and its challenges, Causes of corruption, Consequences of corruption,Measures to reduce corruption.
Nuclear weapons have not gone away. They are still in the arsenals of combatant countries around the world, some acknowledged, and some unacknowledged. And that fact alone is extraordinarily scary.
Pearl S. Buck : Nobel Prize Author, Political Activist, Humanitarian. She spent half her life in China, experiencing intimate insights of the Chinese people. A social activist in the U.S. and Asia.
While the world is focused on change occurring in North Korea through external pressures, the real threat to Kim John Un's regime is internal. The people of North Korea are going through a reawakening precipitating the silent rebellion
Who is Chuwit Kamolvisit? He is the son of a Hong Kong father and a Thai mother, with an overseas education in America. After Chuwit earned a Master of Business Administration degree at a university in San Diego, he set out to make his fortune in...
“Marrying a woman is like buying a horse: I can ride you and beat you whenever I like,” -- Xu Rong, head of the Beijing’s Suicide Prevention Project
Michelle Obama, visiting China recently, joined the chorus of international voices calling for China to lift its oppressive restrictions on free speech and the internet.
Some of this was written years ago. Some of it was written more than eight years ago, actually. So much has changed, like my address. I no longer own a bike shop or an inn or a home. My address has changed. Some of my intimate friends have changed...
Landmines still plague Cambodia Srok Khmer. Many people die each year as a result of the remaining mines planted by the Khmer Rouge Regime in the late 1970's. This is the story of a man who was forced to plant them as a boy-or face death-and who removes them from memory, one at a time...