Category Archives: China

Surveillance and Freedom of Speech: Should the U.S succumb to an 1984 type of Society?

Put simply, surveillance is a systematic way of searching for a flaw in a pool of data and when a camera is pointed at somebody, they knowingly change the ways that they act and even think while they are being watched. The idea that you are being watched is suggestive that you are already guilty […] Continue reading

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Insightful ideas provided by General Hayden

The former NSA and CIA director, General Michael V. Hayden, was interviewed by Chancellor Nicholas Zeppos and Professor Jon Meacham. Before going to the lecture, I thought that the interview’s going to be a debate of “Security versus Privacy.” However, it is more about political views and the current direction of the United States. During the […] Continue reading

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Cryptography for different types of people

In the era of rapid technological advancement, the use of cryptography has become an important factor in protecting corporate employees and their customers’ personal information and privacy. Actually, not only the corporates use the cryptography, we can also see the cryptography appears in our daily life. In Chapter 1 of The Code Book, the author […] Continue reading

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Sudan: China, Transitions, and Darfur

Bashir and China Special Envoy To Africa Meet China’s special envoy to Africa met with President Bashir to discuss bilateral relations. The special envoy praised Sudan for its continuing relationship with China, for its protection of Chinese workers, and its positive stance towards the situation in South Sudan. As China is one of the largest… Continue reading

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Sudan: Investment, Human Trafficking, National Dialogue

More Investment from China? The Ministers of Finance and Oil held talks with China to discuss further development projects in Sudan. Both have agreed to the importance of cooperation, and China reiterated its commitment to helping finish the Khartoum International Airport. However, with a deteriorating economy, China may withdraw its support. Only time will tell… Continue reading

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China and Senegal: Friends or Competition?

A Fishy Future It may be the last straw for local fish-drying and curing businesses. The trade, traditionally plied by women, is essential to preserve the seafood, which is sold on to consumers inland. But today they will not be able to buy a single crate of fish. The situation has deteriorated significantly since Chinese,… Continue reading

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Unenergized Bunny

After only a few months on the lunar surface, the Chinese Jade Rabbit rover has malfunctioned. This represents a major setback for China’s young space agency and demonstrates how difficult extraterrestrial missions are. It really is amazing that the Cold War of the ’50s, ’60s, and ’70s was able to produce such amazing progress on […] Continue reading Continue reading

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Tanzania: China, China, and more China

Tanzania Becoming the New Chinese Province in Africa This articles highlights the successful past and continuing trend of increased Chinese investment in the country. It describes how the relationship began between President Mao Zedong and Julius Nyerere and how recently China has committed to two new massive mining projects, one for iron and the other… Continue reading

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Back to the Han Dynasty

Writing science fiction can be frustrating at times. Behind every novel piece of technology or grand conception must stand firm, well-established scientific principles. For example, the existence of modern-day tyrannosaurs in the film seriesĀ Jurassic ParkĀ finds root in modern DNA replication and cloning techniques. Nowadays, sheep are the most genetically complex animals to be cloned, but […] Continue reading

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