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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

Joint-Declaration Advocating Press Freedom in China

Law-ful in China

Hong Kong Refuses to Be Sales-taxed

In Defense of Piracy

Despite The Missiles

South Korea Embraces Super-Bowl MVP

Stealing Candies on Valentine's

Korean Going for The Top

The “Official” View on China's Reform

A Near Sighted Attack on The Chinese Way?

It's Not Just The Propaganda Department

Google and Microsoft in China, Revisited

The Cost of Unification

Carl Icahn is Coming to Korea!

The Koreans vs. Those From Overseas

Lesser of Two Evils

Collectively At Hyundai In China

Taiwan Strikes Back, With Pixels

Which Is Better – A Boy or A Girl?

Who Is “Better”?

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