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Its all propaganda. They talk about Africans...
queerhairyvag: excentricyoruba: ~slow clap~ this. so. much.
=>A call for journalists to do their research in racism.– We need to train young journalists (and people in general) about older racial epithets
Cocktail Friday: Happy #CocktailFriday: Espresso... →
cocktailsonfridays: Another Friday, another #CocktailFriday. And it seems my little habit is catching on with requests and suggestions of what cocktail to enjoy coming forward. Tonight’s cocktail is thanks to the lovely @digellabakes or Danielle who after just giving birth to her beautiful son willnot be enjoying… #FF Happy Friday - Enjoy your drink with mucho gusto, whatever that...
Lauren Gundrum: What's up with the multi-blog... →
laurengundrum: I started using tumblr a while ago, but only just started using it regularly, and only just created a secondary blog (train, eat, enjoy). I thought it was really cool that I didn’t have to have a separate sign-in to have another tumblr. The whole concept of a universal log-in makes a lot of… I did the same thing and realized what they were telling from the start that the...
BYO projects: BITE Cafe: Open-Source Dining →
byoprojects: We’ve been working with Pilot Projects over the last few months on a few top-secret projects. As part of this work we’ve been swapping stories about cool projects we’ve worked on in the past, and Scott Francisco (Pilot Projects Founder) shared his memo for BITE cafe, a concept for an…
Joey Z: The Survival Guide to the Chinese Startup... →
joeyzhou: After my last somewhat controversial post about my view on China and its unique startup environment, many people had expressed interests in actually going there and see for themselves (which I totally encourage), and the question that came up frequently was about whether I knew.. Great post Joey!
Women are the rising stars in the New China -... →
The three wealthiest self-made women are from China, and 11 of the 20 female billionaires worldwide are Chinese. What accounts for this great success among Chinese women?
Chinese Values and Universal Norms | China... →
The internationalization of scholarship and of public debates in recent decades has occasioned the rise a significant new round of inter-cultural discussions related to universal norms and values. Yet there are clear differences in how these norms are understood and treated across nations/cultures and in different academic environments.
Ego, power, money & greed in excess are the main...
Following a previous post The Second Wife: Your replies only confirms again by implying, instigating a very clear distinction between the West and East thereby emphasizing on “formalization” as a form of acceptance on cultural historical grounds. Which I strongly oppose and dare to say you are misconstruing and making a cultural diversity error. Even in societies where extramarital...
Posted by shardsofchina in China, Theme: Sex &...
Sex in China – The Second Wife, corruption, the law and more Blog-post reply to Basti, Do you really think that the phenomena of having a mistress does not happen or ‘allow’ in Western countries with a Christian background because Christianity doesn’t allow having multiple wives??? Geeeeez, man GROW UP!! Over the last decades in US, Europe, Africa all over the globe so called...
Cecilia Liao: Former Stanford professor to teach... →
cecilialiao: Last year, Stanford Professor Sebastian Thrun offered an online course on Artificial Intelligence for any internet-connected students from around the world, and close to 160,000 people took part in the course. This year, Professor Thrun has quit Stanford and will be running a 7-week course…