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Olympic Results : Everything You NEED to Know

August 2, 2008 | Author: | Posted in Sports

The 2008 Beijing Olympics are right around the corner. With all the buzz around the Olympic games, the big question remains where can you find up-to-the-date Olympic results? If you’re an avid sports fan like myself, you don’t want to miss one moment of the action that is about to happen in Beijing. The Beijing …

What is New in My Book?

July 30, 2008 | Author: | Posted in Writing

Some of what is new in my book, RETURN TO THE MIDDLE KINGDOM, reveals historical details about China unknown in the West, or even in China itself, for that matter. For example, I highlight my late father-in-law Eugene Chen’s role in the “Russia-oriented” policy of Sun Yatsen. Eugene was the key, the historical hinge, that …

Going Global: Is it Right For Your Small Business?

July 23, 2008 | Author: | Posted in Business

Have you been feeling the itch to send your small business global? Many are in your shoes–seeing the benefits of business expansion but also fearing the risk of taking products abroad. Although exporting your products may expand your business and bring higher sales, the task may seem daunting to a small business with fewer resources …

Various Telecommunication Services Including Calling Cards

July 14, 2008 | Author: | Posted in Computers and Technology

Considering the lifestyle of the global people in the present world, can you ever imagine life without telecommunication networks or telecommunication services? Yes, it is really tough since the telecommunication services have already come to be an integral part of the lives of even the common people in the world. If you feel interested about …

Calling Cards Frauds and You

July 14, 2008 | Author: | Posted in Computers and Technology

Calling cards are an indispensable accessory in the information age where communication is of primary importance for professional survival. However, the worst side of using a calling card is that the frauds are also aware of the importance of these cards and are making a wrong use of them to serve their own selfish purposes. …

Types and Facilities of Calling Cards as One of the Telecommunication Services

July 14, 2008 | Author: | Posted in Computers and Technology

We have to admit that it has come to be a dire necessity for the people who are traveling abroad, to have calling cards with them. In fact, it is noticeable that carrying calling cards during a long distance travel has become so common that it is no more thought to be something special or …

Working (Z) Visa In China: What You Need To Know

July 10, 2008 | Author: | Posted in Jobs

To work legally in China, you need the following: *Z-visa (aka working visa) *Foreign Expert/Work Certificate *Residence permit BEFORE LEAVING YOUR COUNTRY Before leaving your country, you need to obtain a Z-visa. The other two certificates are obtained in China. In order to enter China, you can apply for one of four different types of …

7 Adventure Holidays to Take Before You Die

July 8, 2008 | Author: | Posted in Travel

Overseas adventure travel is all about seeing jaw dropping sights and having unforgettable experiences. It’s no wonder that more and more people are getting drawn into the exciting world. But if you’ve never done any adventure travel and want to know what you’re missing, this really is the créme de la créme: 7 Adventure holiday …

Olympic Spirit Shattered by Chinese Official’s Remarks

July 8, 2008 | Author: | Posted in Society

At an official Olympic Torch ceremony, one of China’s leaders, while referring to Tibet said, “We can definitely smash the separatist plot of the Dalai Lama clique completely.” Hardly in the spirit of uniting humanity for the Olympics, he probably feels that he did nothing wrong. After all, the communist party in China always gets …

China and the 2008 Olympic Games

July 7, 2008 | Author: | Posted in Sports

My book, RETURN TO THE MIDDLE KINGDOM: One Family, Three Revolutionaries, and the Birth of Modern China, begins in the middle of the 19th century when China was nicknamed, by the Western Powers, as the “Sick Man of East.” When Eugene Chen (my late father-in-law), fought to get rid of this label, there were other …

Why Printed Mugs Work as Promotional Items

July 7, 2008 | Author: | Posted in Marketing

Every day businesses spend huge sums of money on marketing. But how many of those advertising decisions are effective? One thirty-second television advertisement run nationally would cost many companies their entire annual marketing budget. And though it might be seen by a large number of people, how many of them would even remember it by …

Finding it Difficult to Stay Within Your Budget? 3 Reasons to Consider Getting Out of Your Car Lease

July 5, 2008 | Author: | Posted in Finances

Today’s economic environment makes it very difficult for people to maintain their lifestyle. If you are looking to free up extra dollars each month, then you may want to consider the possibility of getting out of your car lease. Next to the dollars that you spend on your home, the dollars you spend on your …

Specialty Cruise Destinations: Bora Bora to Sharm El Sheik

July 2, 2008 | Author: | Posted in Entertainment

Bora Bora, French Polynesia Its beauty is almost mythical and you have a front-row seat. It’s an exclusive chartered boat, set off for an adventure through hidden lagoons, past untouched beaches and over coral gardens. Dock on the stunning island of Motu Tapu to explore the tropical beauty and enjoy a restorative Mai Tai. Finish …