Chinese New Year duo – Song Zuying and Celine Dion. February 11, 2013Posted by @Karen_Fu in change, China, Chinese New Year, creativity.
Tags: Canada, CCTV, Celin Dion, China, Chinese New Year 2013, creativity, 茉莉花，music, YouTube
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Happy new year of the black water snake! Saw this over on Facebook and thought I should share it. It may sound very controversial, but I think this is a very good attempt to blend in two vastly different cultures together while retaining each individual differences. An excellent blend of the east and west, Song Zuying brings in the passive yet strong singing style of the east to go along with Celin Dion’s vibrant resonance in a special style. The future will bring along many more western counterparts to cooperate with the mainland Chinese. The force is undeniably a fine change and hopefully will be one that speaks of a peaceful and creative symbiosis.- Karen Fu
NUS PRC scholar Sun Xu seeks help from the Chinese Embassy in Singapore pleading for second chance to 'repay' Singapore February 26, 2012Posted by @Karen_Fu in change, China, education, Singapore.
Tags: education, National University Of Singapore, Sun Xu, The Chinese Enbassy
Embattled NUS PRC scholar Sun Xu (孙旭) has sought help from the Chinese Embassy in Singapore on Thursday during its weekly reception for PRC students in Singapore, Lianhe Zaobao reported today.
Sun Xu reportedly approached the Chinese Embassy's Secretary of Education Mr Sun Zhi Ping (孙治平) for help, expressing his regrets over his 'inappropriate' remarks. He told the embassy official that he has already removed the offensive comment and apologized to Singaporeans.
Singapore ‘warns’ US on China bashing February 24, 2012Posted by @Karen_Fu in change, China, Economy, USA.
Tags: current affairs, poltics, reblog, singapore
Realism as S’pore ‘warns’ US
Behind The Headlines By Bunn Nagara
The city state has begun to adjust to emerging regional realities while pivoting on its pragmatic impulses, as always, while steering a steady course between China and the US.SINGAPORE’S political positions are nothing if not coolly calculated and calibrated. They are specially so when expressed in formal statements at high-level meetings.