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Debate on Strength and System
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My country, China, is now considering of a tough but necessary reform on the country’s political system. It is common admitted that China must transform to a new political system as long as the country wants to make a everlasting progress in... (more »)
Genetic Engineering - More Than "Designer...
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Genetic engineering should be considered a valuable tool to enhance the promise of huimanity, which is simply doing all the good we can for each other, rather than seen as something sinister undermining it. Humans are, by nature, social creatures,... (more »)
Do Chinese Love China?
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For this question, the answer is easy: No. Perhaps you were shocked at the time seeing my answer because you may think Chinese are really united and they often refute the criticize from other countries, especially western countries. But I am a... (more »)
Euro Mode Is Still Dependable
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For many years, economists and politicians in USA and China criticize that European mode of economy is a barrier of innovation in industry. They believe that over fair distribution of fortune and embracing social welfare has corrupted the passion... (more »)
Summertime Sadness Becomes Summertime Maturation
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I don't know about you, but as I get older, the news seems to get more tragic. Maybe it's because I am losing the naivety of a child. But also the bad news during the summer, when I was a kid, was shark attacks and their potential... (more »)
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For Ferguson This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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What to do when the government you think you elected to represent your interests wages war against you? What trenches can you find to lie in in suburban Illinois while military tanks patrol at 2 a.m. and throw tear gas to suffocate you?... (more »)
Feelings of a Pakistani!
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Life is a mixture of failure, disappointments, fear and what else, but one thing that we cannot deny is that despite all of this life is beautiful and filled with magic. We can say that not every experience of life is admirable or likeable, but... (more »)
The Ferguson Problem
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Note: I know that this can be a sensitive subject to some, and a very polarizing one. I will do my best to keep that in mind in this article. If you disagree or are offended by what I say, that is your own choice. I will do my best to mind... (more »)
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World War III?
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Taliban forces control a vast majority of the Middle East. Russia’s nuclear stockpile, which ready to arm at any moment. China’s military, which has about the same number of people as the whole United States. America’s highly trained combat... (more »)
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Cat and Mouse
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This summer vacation I went on a trip to Europe with my family. When we came back to America, the news was full of information about the Missouri shooting. This tragic incident made me think of the contrast between police in Spain and England, the... (more »)
Confessions of a Worried Aura
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This is going to be all of my opinions that I have ever had that genuinely depress me, or just plain annoy me. This is ACTUALLY me. Not a character that I conjured up. It's pretty much going to be a list of my problems with subtle... (more »)
Should Children Who Crossed the Border be...
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Over 50,000 children from Central and South America have reached the US border since October 2013. Nearly 70% of US citizens agree that these refuges should be helped. Currently, 25% of American children are in poverty. Adding another 50,000 is a... (more »)
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The Truth About the Minimum Wage
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It has come to my attention lately that there are many people who are in favor of increasing the minimum wage here in America. And while on the surface that might seem like a fine thing to do, even an ethical thing to do, I assure you it is a... (more »)
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JAC: The Real Need of India?
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Ten out of hundred judges are corrupt. One out of nine members of the bench is biased and being pessimistic we would like to talk about those ten corrupt judges who are corrupt or that one member who is biased instead of talking about those ninety... (more »)
The Boy and the Bombshell
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At the side of the gritty, sewage-washed dirt road lies a heap of what seems to be stained boys’ garments. There is a little more to the spectacle, however; the garments have an owner, but so lean has he grown that the garments nearly swallow... (more »)
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A Bit on Ukraine, A Lot on Blaming Russia
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It all seemed to start in the distant past, November 2013, when a trade agreement with the EU went south. "EuroMaidan has grown into something far bigger than just an angry response to the fallen-through EU deal. It's now about ousting... (more »)
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