Wall Street Journal,Jan. 18, 2008: China closes in on US as largest web market. From 137 million to 210 million. A12: We are all Keynesians now. Such heading is similar to my past blog of aggregate demand and aggregate suppy to be intersected with inflationary and recessionary gaps that we are experiencing right now. The most important economic issue facing us is health care. Costs and rising prices (overall inflation)are the concerns of folks in USA and in China as well.Invest in China's Housing. On page W1: Americans acquire luxury homes in China.
The Economist magazine,Jan. 18, 2008 issue: Page 36 - Executions in China: The bullet or the needle(more humane?) The offences include murder and other violent crimes, but also smuggling, drug trafficking and many economic crimes such as bribe-taking, embezzlement and tax evasion. US Supreme Court began hearing a case brought by two condemned inmates in Kentucky, alleging that injections can cause agonizing pain, and thereby violate constitutional bar on cruel and unusual punishment. My comment: A bullet may be the fastest way to go?! Chinese folks believe strongly in the notion of "a tooth for a tooth " and "a life for a life." "Yi ming di yi ming" with "yi ya huan ya." What happened to the tiger in San Franciso Zoo? A human tooth cannot compete with the teeth of a tiger. This is supposed to be a joke with literal verbatim. Francis Shieh a.k.a. Xie Shihao. January 19, 2008