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albrecht:
While we worrying, rightfully so I have a relative who still can't get to his house in Houston except in a boat- worst hit neighborhood, about hurricanes there are stirring in Zhongguo. And with the nuclear machinations in N.Korea, the apparent "problems" with our Navy, the Chinese eating up islands (and making new ones) etc. We should pay attention. The media keeps on about the Russians, not that I trust them (Russians OR the Democrat media.) but who is the, at least, potential, threat, you gweilos?
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-military/sweeping-change-in-chinas-military-points-to-more-firepower-for-xi-idUSKCN1BJ0U9

"Reuters reported this week that the 66-year-old Fang, who accompanied Xi to his first meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump in April, is being questioned on suspicion of corruption. "

Jackstar:


http://i.imgur.com/Qc3iquH.mp4





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Walks_At_Night:
I watch some Chinese television from time to time [I just do, okay?]    It has gotten very weird and kind of scary over the
past several years,   The news is very, very focused on their own military and those around the world.  There was a training accident at Fort Bragg today with a soldier killed and several wounded in an explosion.   It made the local news here because it is just down the road from the Raleigh area but a check of Yahoo News, Drudge and CNN show nothing about it on their main pages.   It was a big story in China however, followed closely by a bit showcasing the competence of their own special forces.  The US running dog special forces blow themselves up in training but look at our boys go!



Walks_At_Night:
A recent fire in Beijing has prompted the mayor and city to begin the process of pushing workers from other parts of China out:

Beijing steps up evictions in gentrification push



Looks like quite the mess:



albrecht:

--- Quote from: Walks_At_Night on November 26, 2017, 09:33:26 PM ---A recent fire in Beijing has prompted the mayor and city to begin the process of pushing workers from other parts of China out:

Beijing steps up evictions in gentrification push



Looks like quite the mess:




--- End quote ---
Even Ol' Mex knows to try to keep the sewage in canals and to open the manhole covers at night! But sometimes they still also blow up.
https://www.yahoo.com/news/septic-tank-centre-huge-china-blast-023051985.html

http://ecperez.blogspot.com/2009/04/day-city-blew-up-1992-guadalajara-sewer.html

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