- Indians strike back at China (updated with correct link)
- 1976 German language film clip of US pilots in Taiwan
- Japanese artist in Danshui
- Jewish lads and Asian ladies: a reprise.
- Giant bicycles' plan for world domination.
- Staying on message about Taiwan independence.
- China's Map world's view of the world.
- Laowiseass hits it again.
- Poagao muses on the elections.
- Taiwan moves up in press freedom rankings.
- Drums of Taiwan: Ju Percussion Group
- Dave's Landslide blog on slides from Megi
- Just for the sheer pleasure of it: John and Fish's Flickr Bird photos again. Incredible.
- No shit? US General says PRC military buildup is affecting balance in Asia
- Video of Japan Film Festival Incident of Beijing Bluster. Who is the actress in black?
- Taipei Times correctly notes that political talks with China are inevitable. The whole fracas with the AP was caused by KMT election concerns.
- The Kuokuang chemical complex is unnecessary. It's great that there is debate on this. Meanwhile the MOEA stolidly claims that hearings on the complex are unnecessary.
- Yet another media report on the F-16s for Taiwan.
- I like JapanFocus articles from time to time, but it would be great if they took cognizance of actual history. Another failure. So far I have not read a single article from right or left that points out that both Chinese gov'ts regarded the Senkakus as part of Japan until oil was found there.
- Changhua County Chief in India! Way to think ahead, guys!
- Suhua Highway improvement plans to be expedited in wake of disaster in which, sadly, 25 are still missing.
- Taiwan to build minesweepers. They are not as sexy as submarines, but deeply necessary.
- KMT Premier says he will "respect" wishes of legislators to visit Senkakus. Clearly the purpose of the Senkakus in KMT strategy is to peeve Japan and reduce its support for Taiwan.
- Another article looking at the way China's recent belligerance has changed the game in east Asia.
- BBC on Taiwan's soft power drive. But it dates from the Chen Administration, not the Ma Administration.
- Commercial bloggers cash in in Taiwan.
- US-Japan-ROK security dialogue
- China denies halting rare earth exports to the US
Chinglish: For pete's sake, can we get "to learn" corrected to the proper "Learn". Don't they have native speakers who check this stuff!? Also, enjoy the interplay of Taiwan and China in that little ad.
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