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宋教仁遇刺百年纪念
 3 March 2013, 07:28
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A hundred years ago today, a young man stood surrounded by friends on a railway platform in Shanghai. Song Jiaoren was heading to Beijing to form a new government. He was to lead the largest electoral block in the new national Assembly.
Song never made it. Shortly before 11 o’clock on the night of March 20th 1913, an assassin slipped behind him and fired two shots at close range. Two days later Song, the man who would have become the first democratically elected premier of China, had died in a Shanghai hospital at the age of 30.


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中国官场小说
 4 February 2013, 03:19
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Huang Xiaoyang’s series “Second in Command” the hottest of China’s red-hot “officialdom novels” so named because they bring readers into the rarified the world of Chinese bureaucratic politics.


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中国官场小说
 3 February 2013, 07:31
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Huang Xiaoyang’s series “Second in Command” the hottest of China’s red-hot “officialdom novels” so named because they bring readers into the rarified the world of Chinese bureaucratic politics.


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有趣的统计
 3 January 2013, 07:34
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US now imprisons more of its citizens than any other nation in the world.US has only 5% of the world’s population , yet nearly 25% of all prisoners in the world are in the US. The US was incarcerating more than 2.3 mil of its citizens in jails around the nation. China, has 1.6 million people in prison which means US ( 300 mil) imprisons 700,000 more of its citizens than China (1.3 billion).


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