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Tian Yi

I moved to the US in 1992 to pursue a graduate degree in science. Not satisfied with Darwin and Einstein, I jumped over to the business world in 1998 and stayed there for 6 years. Unable to emulate Steve Jobs, I moved back to Beijing in 2004 to embark on writing and film-making. Currently I travel between the US and China. You can find some of my random observations of the cultural complexities in our increasingly globalized world on BloggerBlogger and MSN Spaces.

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Latest posts by Tian Yi

The Law of Love in China

Too Many Rights in The Prison?

China's Tiny Step towards Facing Its Past

Democracy on Tabloid?

Marxist Class Analysis in Hong Kong

How Many Parents Can Toby Have?

All Quiet on The Chinese Front

The topic of Internet and press censorship in China continued to draw heated debate after the US congressional hearing on this issue last week. Rebecca MacKinnon wrote a comprehensive review...

Political Posture on China in the US Congress

The Threat of China, Inc.

Racism in China and South Korea

Gulag for Those Who Talk in North Korea

How to Take a Stand on Censorship in China?

Taiwan's International Relations, a Detailed View

The Benefit of Owning ICBMs

Kimchi-Based Anti-Bird-Flu Air-Conditioners

Hong Kong, Here Comes The Pollution

The Famous Director Goes to Court

No Chinese Arrested for Internet Writing?

Panda Remorse

Korean Husbsters

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