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Minax

A human being
Born and raised in China
Now permanently homed in Australia
Currently a law student, aspiring writer, freelance translator & interpreter, philosophical Buddhist…
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China and Tibet: Democracy in Exile

  12 October 2010

Being a Tibetan in exile is a loss that manifests in many forms: the loss of homeland and natural rights fall within that. To some degree, the loss is also a blessing in disguise. Exile bestows upon Tibetan refugees in Dharamshala a reinforced national identity, a free voice, the right to practise and spread their religion without fear of persecution and the right to vote.

China: From heroic to ignorant masses, and then…

  20 October 2009

The Chinese communist ideology has been eroding rapidly in the past two decades due to economic development. Traces of its revolutionary belief can still be found in political propaganda pieces published in the state owned media. Words like “the masses” marks the past ideological imprint. However, in recent years, the...

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