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  • War on extremist ideas
  • Extremism, now and then By: Daniel Otero I still try to fathom in my life what makes an individual hate another so bitterly. I me
    an, I’m not talking about just a simple case of people disliking each other, but a feeling passed down in hate and later, murder
    . Racism works [tragically] this way, it’s […] [続きを読む]
  • The Dichotomies of Asia
  • The contradictions of speaking conservatively and being overtly sexual By: Daniel Otero There’s a big difference in what we say and how we behave. For example, I’m a liberal and not conservative at all. Therefore, I believe in things like a woman’s right to choose, pacifism and conservation of our planet, […] [続きを読む]
  • Romanticism versus Reality
  • Romance & Marriage… By: Daniel Otero What’s causing 50 percent of our divorces and break-ups worldwide? Is it the lack of c
    ommunication, sex or romanticism? Well, for me, romanticism has been long dead. It was a movement at the end of the 18thCentury t
    o idealize what your “Romeo and Juliet”should be […] [続きを読む]
  • One Belt, One Road
  • China’s Belt and Road By: Daniel Otero Belt and Roadis to establish China’s New Silk Road for the 21stCentury across lands and through maritime expansion. With China’s growth slowing down, what economist have suggested to avoid a problem of inflation is to invest overseas. The positives of doing this would […] [続きを読む]
  • Wage discrepancy
  • Ladies, arguing about petty-feminist issues will not win the major battles By: Daniel Otero Several weeks ago, I was taken abac
    k as I read the news of a soap opera being filmed in China and soon coming out for release. Well, what’s so special about ‘ano
    ther’soap on television? It’s the fact […] [続きを読む]
  • True Rockers are no more
  • “The day the music died” By: Daniel Otero I’m a music lover, my affair with music goes as far back as the 1940s. Bands li
    ke Benny Goodman or singers with the smokey voices like Ella Fitzgeraldand NinaSimone always made my day! Internationally, I’ll
    listen to everything. Not only American; but sounds […] [続きを読む]
  • Inner City Mentality of People
  • Visa headaches By: Daniel Otero A good majority of foreigners will tell you the hellish experiences we’re placed under when g
    etting our visa done for the first time. It’s nightmarish, with a certain lack of sensitivity, professionalism and downright rud
    eness. In many cases the foreigners are often left wondering, why are we […] [続きを読む]
  • Crossing the streets of mess
  • Pedestrians & Drivers By: Daniel Otero In China I’ve often seen pedestrians who honestly don’t have a clue on how to glide
    their own roadways. A pedestrian ought to walk the sidewalk and the car is meant for the road. But with so many bikes on the walk
    ing path, nobody can […] [続きを読む]
  • NYTA add for Manspreading
  • ‘Man-spreading’ By: Daniel Otero Okay, ladies and gentlemen, let’s talk about the facts of life… I’m a ‘man-spreader’, yes, when I sit in the metro, I have the need to sit with my legs parted. There are some anatomical problems with a man sitting with his legs together. It’s a […] [続きを読む]
  • Tomb Sweeping Day
  • “Sudden Impact”of cultures By: Daniel Otero How lucky some of us are, blessed to think about those we love and the ones we
    have lost. Thoughts come to life about passed away family members. But they’re not those of the morbid kind. It’s to think of
    a person with fondness and […] [続きを読む]
  • Lifts from hell!
  • Elevator, lack of seasonal updates and dangers By: Daniel Otero One thing about China that any person takes their life into the
    ir hands, is taking the lift or automatic stairs. These two simple items are a hazard for any person living in this country. I d
    on’t know if it’s the […] [続きを読む]
  • The Chinese Schindler
  • Let’s compare Ho Feng Shan to Oscar Schindler By: Daniel Otero In the past, I’ve often been extremely critical about China
    not mentioning its foreign heroes. People, outsiders who served and did great things for this country, forgotten by the turmoil, r
    ush and selfishness of the 21stCentury. However, yes, times are […] [続きを読む]
  • Macao: More than meets the eye
  • Unexpected Macao By: Daniel Otero What made me fall in love with Macao? If you’re a man, the answer may be, women! Yes, I was watching a mainland Chinese t.v. show called, “Up Idol”; in which nine to seven female actresses, singers, models and musicians are placed together to strut their fashions […] [続きを読む]
  • T.V.’s comeback
  • Deja vu, the golden age of t.v. returns By: Daniel Otero In the 1950s a magical thing happened in America, millions were fascin
    ated by the coming advent of this new technology, the escapism of t.v. shows which distracted most away from the movies. Shows lik
    e “I love Lucy”and the “Honeymooners”came into the […] [続きを読む]