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  • Remembering Bruce Lee, Kung Fu and Tai Chi
  • Dragons’ whip their tails: Tai Chi for life By: Daniel Otero One of the oldest martial arts in the world; however, one of the
    ‘newest’ versions of self-defense styles in ancient China. Tai Chi is at the forefront of a 400-year old tradition, dating back
    to the days of the Ming General, Chen Wanting. Tai […] [続きを読む]
  • How pathetic & small minded can some people be
  • Calling the police against minorities only confirms one thing… America’s deepest fears, insecurities and prejudices are based
    on ignorance By: Daniel Otero Lately with the string of calls to 911 and the police about petty violations. Racism again is showin
    g its ugly head! It had happened for years. But now with You Tube, the rapidity […] [続きを読む]
  • Chinese rappers
  • Rappers Galore By: Daniel Otero Tuning into a CCTV channel, I could see and listen to my surprise, the rapper literary bouncing ar
    ound with his hip-hop momentum. His gold chain swung crazily, as his cap went popularly to the side. He pointed to the crowd with
    a “Hey, ho!” As the crowd addressed the singer […] [続きを読む]
  • U.S. Refugees
  • A country with a good heart, but lately… We are forgetting our values By: Daniel Otero The best and greatest social experiment o
    n earth, the United States began officially accepting refugees and immigrants by the 1840s. That’s why I love my country! Becaus
    e we are this beacon of hope and prosperity to the world! With […] [続きを読む]
  • Debate and humour about Tiger Mothers
  • The Quintessential ‘Tiger Mother’ By: Daniel Otero This concept began with Amy Chua, author of the book ? ‘Battle Hymn of
    the Tiger Mother’. Image from the New Yorker A woman who is a strict disciplinarian. Nothing to do with abuse, but her responsib
    ility as a mother is to give due diligence and protection to […] [続きを読む]
  • Super Moms Series 3
  • Chinese mother’s, let boys be boys By: Daniel Otero When I was growing up, my mom had some distinctively set of values to raise
    me by. Being a male child, it was important to instill that sense of confidence and identity when my father wasn’t around or bec
    ause he was out working late most of […] [続きを読む]
  • MTR’s troubles and woes
  • MTR’s really fouled it up this time By: Daniel Otero Breaking with all the traditions handed down by the former British-colonial
    system; the days in which the sticklers for procedure, safety and protocol are long gone. And it isn’t what the British handed
    down were always great, but when they implemented an infrastructure?it was with […] [続きを読む]
  • Suicide and Prevention
  • The middle-aged generation and the high rate of suicide By: Daniel Otero With the recent deaths of Kate Spade, fashionista and han
    dbag empress of the fashion world and Anthony Bourdain, international-celebrity chef; it’s noted the high rate of suicide affect
    ing the middle-aged generation. Presently, these string of deaths are largely due in part to: impossible […] [続きを読む]
  • Pansexual
  • Am I heterosexual, homosexual, bisexual or pan-sexual?: I’m really confused! By: Daniel Otero I grew up in a simpler time, when
    the norm was to have four-distinctive genders. These genders where the rulers of society for centuries; whether it was legal or no
    t to be gay. After all, ‘buggery’ was still considered a crime in […] [続きを読む]
  • Don’t be a hypocrite
  • Don’t say, “I love China!” and then behave like an utter idiot or slob By: Daniel Otero Often, I get these speeches. You kno
    w the ones, the typical lip-service from foreigners and Chinese who do nothing for a place. It’s not a majority, but when they c
    ome, they seem to come out of the woodwork […] [続きを読む]
  • From Sinner to Saint
  • Before being a saint, one has to be a sinner By: Daniel Otero “The only difference between the saint and the sinner is that every saint has a past, and every sinner has a future.” ? Oscar Wilde When we come into this world, we are born with that fresh-baby smell and the purity in […] [続きを読む]
  • Hollywood’s lack of traction
  • Hollywood is losing money, and badly By: Daniel Otero With the constant scandals which have plagued Hollywood in recent years. Peo
    ple are certainly tired of the actors, directors and producers. Their shenanigans have reached new heights and all the consumer wa
    nts is to be entertained. And not deal with a convulsing ‘real life-soap opera’. It’s […] [続きを読む]
  • Love or Hate the rising Dragon
  • Love or hate China, it’s your choice By: Daniel Otero As the global economy shifts more and more to the East, with this prosperi
    ty, China will receive millions of more visitors on a yearly basis. And boy, it’s growing! Some of these newcomers will stay to
    live, work and study. It’s the common trend sociologically […] [続きを読む]
  • Great reads, Chinese female authors (a critique)
  • A Chinese’s novelist great but tragic story By: Daniel Otero When talking about Chinese novelists, the majority often refer to Amy Tanand her classic novel, “Joy Luck Club”. Principally dealing with the 20thCentury’s turmoil in Chinese society, China’s coming of age from all its struggles into something of greatness and the immigration/adaptation […] [続きを読む]
  • A dedication to my Aunt Gladys
  • “She works hard for the money” By: Daniel Otero This song was performed by Donna Summer, one of the famous ‘Disco Divas’of the 1970s. “She works hard for the money” was one of her greatest R&B singles. It came out in 1983 and the melody tells one unique truth that hasn’t […] [続きを読む]
  • Bonita Brasil (Beautiful Brazil)
  • The Chinese coquette with Brazil By: Daniel Otero Vibrating with the rhythms of samba that draw to beaches in Ipanema, Rio de J
    aneiro.Came the sounds of this exotic rapid-lusty music through the documentary-styled programming in China. Further, Brazil has b
    ecome the main attraction for millions of Chinese tourist in recent years. It’s […] [続きを読む]
  • CPR
  • The ‘sudden’need for CPR By: Daniel Otero With the rapidity of action, in a mad rush, CPR (Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation)
    fever is taking hold of China. And organizations are more than ever investing in training and the purchase of defibrillators. The
    purpose in turn is to be able to respond to an […] [続きを読む]
  • Hero Pilot
  • A pilot’s true grit By: Daniel Otero With the growth of aviation, international and cross country flying in China. You are bo
    und to have accidents, whether it happens on the ground or in midair. There’s a possibility of an incident whether it’s big or
    small, 50,000 times to one. It depends how […] [続きを読む]
  • China’s sweet and sour
  • Shanghai’s sweet tooth By: Daniel Otero Let’s talk about Shanghai cuisine. One of the ‘newest’in China’s long history. Hedging along in vibrancy for the last four centuries. Indeed, it’s older than most country’s in the hemisphere. However, what influenced Shanghai throughout the past centuries? It has been mentioned […] [続きを読む]
  • Haipai culture
  • Haipai culture isn’t a sell out By: Daniel Otero Haipai fashion, culture, literary arts and cuisine came out in the 1920s Shan
    ghai with a bang! It was the fundamental infusion of east meets west, but for many Beijing writers at the time became extremely c
    ritical of Shanghai and its too liberal culture. […] [続きを読む]