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九二共识是两岸维持和平的基础,再与蔡英文磋商

来源: 作者:蔡家声 时间:2016-05-06 18:41:46 点击:45
台湾候任的蔡英文将于5月20日正式上任。
她在竞选中至选后都一直重申要继续和大陆政府“维持现状”,并协商发展“可持续的和平协议”。这个心愿是好的,也在一定程度上使她赢得了大选。可是她要如何“维持现状”?如何去协商一个海峡两岸可持续发展的“和平”呢?这个就要看她的智慧所在,看她是否会汲取李登辉和陈水扁所犯的错误的教训了。李登辉执政时抛出了“两国论”,违背历史,违背绝大多数海峡两岸人民的意愿,也违背了中华民国“总统”的宪规。
两国论制造“两个中国”论,导致海峡两岸协商机制熔断,引发不必要的台海危机,最后以失败告终。陈水扁执政时推出“正名制宪”、“入联公投”的幻想,要把台湾从中国大陆分裂出去,这也是违背了台湾是中国一部分不可否认的历史现实,他那样做也违背了绝大多数海峡两岸人民的意愿,也违背了做为“总统”的宪规,说不好听的就是“叛国”的“总统”!
1992年10月28日至30日,大陆海协会和台湾海基会在香港就一个中国原则问题进行讨论,达成了一定的共识,最后在新加坡的辜汪会谈中形成了历史性的“九二共识”。这一个共识的核心,是两岸均坚持一个中国的原则,对双方长期存在的政治分歧以求同存异来处理。
“九二共识”的历史事实构成了两岸关系现状的共识涵义。两岸领导人需要共同承认和维护好维护“九二共识”。在马英九执政的八年期间,两岸从对立到互相尊重,互相交流,互相协商,互相加深了解,总共签署了破历史记录的23项协议。
新加坡习马会更见证这“九二共识”的魅力。两岸事务主管部门建立了重要的联系沟通机制,开通了两岸热线,两岸各领域的交流合作达到前所未有的可喜局面!两岸商贸来往和人民的交流普遍化等。这些情景应该让两岸领导人深感自豪的,他们为两岸人民打通了心,打通了情。蔡英文,当你5月20日登上了中华民国领导人的宝座后,应该知道怎么做才对得起两岸的绝大多数人民的心愿吧?


Dr Ka Sing Chua

President
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Read below article for an impartial view of the South China Sea dispute by a Canaisdian lawyer


American Aggression against China
Christopher Black
7 February 2016
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On January 30th the United States committed a deliberate act of aggression against China when it sent the guided missile destroyer USS Curtis Wilbur within the 12 nautical mile territorial limit of one of the Paracel Islands in the South China Sea. The islands are claimed historically by China, though Vietnam also has filed claims to the islands under the Law of the Sea Convention. The Americans state that Taiwan also claims the islands but since Taiwan is just a province of China I will ignore that claim here.
The Chinese have the superior historical and present claim and the islands have long been administered by China. Chinese forces, either Kuomintang or communist, have occupied them since 1946. The Chinese have both civilian and military facilities located on the largest of them, Woody Island, including a hospital, a bank schools, an airport, a seaport and a town hall and have built a large sea port on Duncan Island. The islands are also popular with Chinese tourists.

The territorial disputes were settled long ago when the French tried to incorporate the islands into their Vietnamese territories but after the Sino-French War of 1884-85 France recognised the islands, as well as the Spratly Islands, as Chinese territories. In 1933 the French stabbed China in the back and seized the islands but were then displaced by the Japanese in 1938.
The islands reverted to Chinese control at the end of the Second World War. There was a brief war between Vietnam and China over the islands in 1974 but the Chinese succeeded in maintaining their control of the islands. The Vietnamese still contest this but the fact is that China’s historical claim and influence on the islands dates as far back as the 7th century A.D. and has been continuous since that time.
The law that applies in this situation is the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) which was negotiated between 1973 and 1982 and came into full force in 1994. Almost every country in the world has become a party to the Convention except for the United States which has refused to sign due to concerns it has about certain sections dealing with deep sea mineral mining. However, the United States has always recognised the Convention as a codification of customary international law and therefore has accepted the 12 nautical mile territorial limit, allowed all nations, including itself, as the law.
It is well to keep in mind that in 1988, President Reagan issued a proclamation extending American territorial waters to 12 nautical miles for national security purposes. Further, the United States was a party to the negotiations regarding modifications to the treaty that were made in 1994 and once again affirmed, at that time, that it recognised the Convention as general international law.
In May 2007, President Bush recommended that the US Senate ratify the Convention. In January 2009 at her senate confirmation hearing, Hillary Clinton argued, before the Senate, that the Convention be ratified. She argued for it again before the US Senate Committee on Foreign Relations in 2012 and both the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Martin Dempsey and the Secretary of Defence, Leon Panetta, joined her in urging a quick ratification of the Convention, as did several senior generals and admirals. However, the Republicans succeeded in blocking ratification until today, on the grounds that any law that limits the ability of the United States to do what it wants in the world is against American “interests.”
Nonetheless, the point is that the United States recognises that all nations are entitled to claim a 12 nautical mile territorial limit as China claims over the Paracel Islands. Even if the competing claim by Vietnam was valid the limit still applies. Yet the Americans now arrogantly claim that they can go where they please and do as they like and that these limits do not apply with respect to these islands, or, in fact, to any Chinese borders.
The American government, as reported by CNN, stated that it sent its war ship into the 12-mile limit to challenge “excessive maritime claims that restrict the rights and freedoms of the US and others.” Who the others are was not stated. The statement was absurd on its face since no nation can send its war ships into another nations 12-mile limit without permission of that nation. To do so is considered a hostile act, an act of war.
An American military spokesman for the US government, Commander Bill Urban, told CNN, “This operation demonstrates, as President Obama and Secretary Carter have stated, the United States will fly, sail and operate anywhere international law allows. That is true in the South China Sea, as in other places around the globe.”The absurdity of his statement and the American position lies in the fact that international law does not permit them to send their warships inside any other nations 12 mile limit without permission of that nation and they know it. Once again, the Americans display a contempt for international law, and an arrogance towards the rest of the world, that seem to be without limit.
The American government and media bragged about the fact that “neither China, nor Vietnam was notified of their (US) intention to send their war ship inside the 12 mile limit.” The only right foreign ships, and in particular foreign military vessels, have to pass inside the 12 mile limit is in a case of “innocent passage” that is when a ship is merely transiting the area and it must be with the permission of that nation. But no war ship can pass inside territorial waters in a show of power or for any hostile reason whatsoever. But this is exactly what the American ship did, crossed into Chinese territory with hostile intent.
So, while the Americans blow hard about complying with international law it is they who, once again, vigorously violate it. The Chinese government has rightly and strongly protested this hostile act. Foreign Ministry spokesman, Lu Kang, stated the next day that the “United States is …pursuing maritime hegemony in the name of “freedom,” which was opposed by all developing countries and added that the American action was “both dangerous and irresponsible.”
The United States is pushing China to respond to its aggression but the Chinese have exercised a great deal of restraint over the years in the face of a series of American provocations from spy planes over-flying its air space to a series of naval exercises in the Pacific and South China Sea that are clearly aimed at China and are all part of America’s “pivot to the Pacific,” a shifting of the concentration of its military forces to confront China, in fact a preparation for war on China. The question is how far the Americans are willing to push.
But they are pushing everywhere, like bullies on a drunk, roaming down a street beating and shoving aside anyone they meet. Recently the Iranians detained two small American patrol craft attached to the American fleet in the Persian Gulf that entered Iranian waters. The presence of those boats in those waters at that time has given rise to a lot of speculation about their purpose but no answers, except the obvious one of preparing for hostilities of one type or another. The Americans continue to press Russia in the Black Sea using both naval and air forces and are openly committing aggression against Syria by sending their military units into Syria, allegedly to fight ISIS, without the permission of the Syrian government.And, at the same time as their ship violated Chinese territorial waters, the Americans blasted Russia by claiming Russian planes had violated Turkish airspace, a claim the Russians vehemently denied and labelled the claim what it was, a provocation.
The double standards, the hypocrisy, the constant barrage of absurd statements by American officials about international law as they ravage it, are enough to make anyone doubt their sanity. But unless we can talk about a national psychopathy with respect to the United States and the elite that governs it, and there is a lot of evidence that we can, we are forced to realise that the world is faced by the threat of a gangster nation, a nation that lives for one purpose only, conquest and domination of the planet.
Once again the United Nations proves itself either a useful tool of the United States and its dependencies or completely irrelevant to what is going on. Once again democracy is shown to be an illusion as the desire of all the peoples of the world for peace and cooperation among nations is ignored and worse, the desire for peace is called unpatriotic or treasonous; and the puppets in the mass media are as guilty as their puppet masters as they manipulate the minds of the citizens they claim to inform and stir up the hot blood of war.
And so we wait, sweat dripping off our brows, our faces grim, our muscles tensed wondering where the next blow will fall, when the next provocation will take place, when the fuse will finally blow and annihilate us all.

Christopher Black is an international criminal lawyer based in Toronto, he is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada and he is known for a number of high-profile cases involving human rights and war crimes, especially for the online magazine “New Eastern Outlook”.


From the Editor

The dispute of Senkaku or Diaoyui islands' ownership between China and Japan is concerning many people in Asia and around the world. On one hand Japan claims that she has the sovereignty over them because they have been under her legal administration since the end of World war 2. While China claims that they belongs to China from the historical perspective. Japan under the Peace Treaty at the end of World War 2, supposed to return the ownership of these islands back to China. But for some unforeseen circumstances, with the eruption of China civil war, China failed to claim them back formally from Japan.

Who actually owns this island is the burning issue.

We hope that it will be resolved one way or the other through peaceful negotiation. Failing that, we suggest that the case be decided in the International Court and tribunal. It is better that way than trying to fight it out militarily. It is not worth having the war to determine the ownership of these islands. As the destruction will be far worse than the benefit for either side. Moreover if a war is declared , its implication will be unmeasurable in term of its influence with the development of China and Japan. Its disastrous effect will not only affect China and Japan but will extend to all Asia countries and the world like Europe and US etc. No one is an island anymore. The war will bring enormous economic disaster, humanity hardship and suffering for many many people, not confined to the Chinese and Japanese.

Cover design for this issue was done by our webmaster James Yin. Thank you James.

Let us hope that the leadership of China and Japan are wiser than that.

Note:
we are looking for a bilangual Editor and Assistant Editor to assist us in compiling our regular Emagazine etc. It is voluntary contribution without monetary remuneration. If you are interested, please contact Dr Ka Sing Chua at contact@huaren.org or kchua@huaren.org

I would like to take this opportunity to again thank my special assistant Dr Yit Seng Yow for patiently help to compile our Emagazine and many other voluntary contributors. Without them, we would not have our regular Emagazine for you to enjoy.


The Abe administration’s arrogance of power moment

BY KOICHI NAKANO AND NANCY SNOW - SPECIAL TO THE JAPAN TIMES - JUL 16, 2015

On the cusp of the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II when Emperor Hirohito made his historic speech of surrender, the Abe government is attempting to drive through the Diet 11 security bills that will forever alter the landscape of Japan’s postwar history. The nation that does not wage war will be no more if it gets its way.
Guided in its efforts is a military-industrial complex that is salivating to get Japan to share the burden of fighting with its closest ally, the United States. Japan has recently expressed interest in joining the North Atlantic Treaty Organization missile-building consortium, a move in seamless alliance with this New Normal for Japan, a normal that we believe threatens global security.
As scholars from Japan and the U.S., we oppose the new security bills and call on anyone who is unfamiliar with what’s happening to get informed. What we have here is legislation without representation; at its worst, tyranny.
In clear violation of Article 9 of the Constitution, which famously renounces war as a sovereign right of the nation and the threat or use of force as a means of settling international disputes, these bills would provide for Japan’s Self-Defense Forces to cooperate actively with U.S. and other foreign military operations overseas. If adopted, Japan will be able to use military force even when it is not attacked, under the name of collective self-defense. Let us not mince words: this spells the end of Article 9 without ever formally amending it according to due process of law.
We cannot believe any assurances from a prime minister who thinks nothing of the constitutional ban and popular opposition that these security bills will strictly limit Japan’s military role. This legislation opens the door to virtually unfettered government discretion over the use of force that violates Japan’s fundamental principle over six decades of an exclusively self-defense posture.
The Japanese people, having been the only population to suffer atomic bombs, are overwhelmingly in support of maintaining peaceful relations with the world. They wish to protect the sanctity and heritage of Article 9. A nation that renounces war is part of Japan’s peace national brand, and has allowed Japan to develop as a world class economic and culture power with a strong mandate for humanitarian assistance, disaster relief and development aid.
Should these security bills get passed, Japan will no longer be able to advocate for a peace and nonviolence paradigm in national security. Our view is that Japan’s peace Constitution should not be altered but should continue to serve as a model for other countries. It should certainly not be “reinterpreted” arbitrarily by the government of the day.
Article 23 of the Constitution guarantees academic freedom, and it is within this guarantee that we, as public scholars in Japan and signatories to the Association of Scholars Opposed to the Security-related Bills, are speaking out. One of us is an Abe fellow at Keio University and former Fulbright scholar at Sophia University; the other is a political scientist at Sophia University who received the Friend of the Free Press award this spring from the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Japan.
We stand with the growing political protests from scholars, students, lawyers, workers and mothers that are coalescing against a government displaying total disregard for democratic speech and assembly. Japan is the closest Asian ally to the U.S. and we take this binational alliance of democracies literally and to heart. We oppose this government fait accompli that refuses to listen to citizen debate, discussion, or dialogue. We call on the Abe government to observe the democratic and constitutional due process before it does irreparable damage to the national character of postwar Japan.
The Abe government has shown no concern for the Japanese people. It is attempting to circumvent the Constitution by ramming the security bills through the Diet without the constitutionally mandated process for a constitutional revision (Article 96) requiring a two-third majority of both houses of parliament and a majority support from the people in a special referendum.
We write, backed as we are from thousands of scholars and millions of Japanese who share our opposition, to object to the security bills in principle and process. Our objections are marinated with affection, concern and care for Japan and the Japanese people.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s administration cannot claim to have a popular mandate for imposing these changes, even if we leave aside the unconstitutionality of the bills. It has a large majority in both houses only because of record-high voting abstention rates, a divided opposition, a muzzled media, the bias of the first-past-the-post system, and the enormous disparity of the value of the vote that has been repeatedly ruled to be in a state of unconstitutionality by the courts.
In reality, only one in four voters actively voted for Abe’s Liberal Democratic Party. The prime minister has, nevertheless, said that within 20 to 30 years he will be vindicated; thus, public opinion, which he seems to view with disdain, is dismissed. We believe that the Japanese people deserve more credit and respect than what they are being shown by their government.
These security bills stand against Japan’s well-deserved human security reputation in the world. Human security puts people’s needs and rights first, and views security within the prism of a multidisciplinary understanding of the world that involves development studies, education, science and technology for good, and peaceful international relations.
The United Nation’s Human Development Report of 1994 argues that global human security is about promoting “freedom from want” and “freedom from fear” for all people. With Japan’s growing poverty indices, aging population and record-breaking national debt, these security bills, if passed, will likely lead to greater insecurity just at the time when Japan itself is seeking to become a bigger player again on the world stage. Before Abe flexes his military muscles, indulges himself in historical revisionism and preaches to China about the rule of law, he should observe the principle of rule of law at home.
By turning a blind eye on Abe’s arrogance of power moment, the U.S. risks not only aggravating the regional tension and rivalry in Asia-Pacific, but also antagonizing the Japanese public, who came to embrace the postwar values of constitutionalism, democracy and peace.
Koichi Nakano is a professor of political science at Sophia University. Nancy Snow is an Abe fellow and a visiting professor at Keio University.

China warns Japan against ‘crippling regional peace’ after passage of security bills

AFP-JIJI, JIJI - JUL 17, 2015

BEIJING/SEOUL – China on Thursday urged Tokyo to avoid “crippling regional peace and security” after the Lower House passed bills that could see Japanese troops fight abroad for the first time since World War II.
“It is fully justified to ask if Japan is going to give up its exclusively defence-oriented policy,” China’s foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said in a statement.
“We solemnly urge the Japanese side to … refrain from jeopardising China’s sovereignty and security interests or crippling regional peace and stability,” Hua said in the statement posted on the ministry’s website.
Hua described the passing of the bills as “an unprecedented move since the Second World War.
Japanese forces launched a full-scale invasion of China in 1937 and the wartime history between the Asian powers still heavily colors their relations today.
Beijing — which is also embroiled in a territorial row with Tokyo over disputed islands in the East China Sea — regularly accuses the government of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of showing insufficient contrition for the conflict.
Hua referred to the 70th anniversary of Japan’s defeat in its conflict with China, which Beijing calls “the Chinese People’s War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression.”
“We solemnly urge the Japanese side to draw hard lessons from history,” she added.
The vote on Japan’s military marks a victory for Abe and other nationalists, who have ignored popular anger in a bid to break what they see as the shackles of the U.S.-imposed Constitution.
China’s official Xinhua news agency condemned the move, saying it meant “a nightmare scenario has come a step closer for Japanese people and neighbouring nations.
If passed, the bill will “tarnish the reputation of a nation that has earned international respect for its pacifist Constitution over a period of nearly seven decades,” it said.
Meanwhile, South Korea also reacted to the passage of the bills — although in a muted manner.
A South Korean Foreign Ministry spokesman on Thursday called on Japan to stick to its Constitution.
Japan should conduct discussions on its defense policy while adhering to the spirit of the pacifist Constitution, and in a way to contribute to regional peace and stability and in a transparent fashion, the spokesman said at a press conference.
The spokesman reiterated Seoul’s stance that actions that could affect security conditions on the Korean Peninsula and the national interests of South Korea should not be taken without consent from the country.
But the spokesman stopped short of directly making a comment criticizing the Lower House approval of the security bills or showing concerns over the development.
South Korea hopes to continue close consultations with Japan while keeping a close watch on upcoming deliberations on the bills at the Upper House.


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Chinese language - 10 major advantages 漢語的十大優勢,本文是對華語最全面科學的闡述!

Can China be contained?

China’s the reason why U.S. needs the TPP

「珠江三角洲」科學技術變革時代來臨的一些思考

Revised China 56 Ethnic Groups - Understanding China

何为中国的“软实力”?

Chinese migrants unfairly blamed for Australia’s property shutouts

The oppression of a civilization

Collaborating with China is in America’s national interest

送秋一首诗——澳洲秋天最后一日的早晨

My oped in Australian: The case for constitutional recognition

Australia should stay away from South China Sea

New Book on 'Migrant Remittances in South Asia'

Berlin's tough repentance lesson for Tokyo

The Skirmish in the Spratlys Beating Uncle Sam at His Own Game

Commentary: New wave of China-bashing irresponsible,harmful to Sino-U.S. ties

真失望,艾伯待还在盲目追随美国

“中等收入陷阱”并不存在

中国驻澳大使马朝旭撰文:维护南海的和平与稳定

最绝望的堕落—写给中国知识分子

如何解决难民潮这个国际大问题?

Book on 'Asian Migration Policy'

Pauline Hanson Again!

Australia should stay out of the South China Sea

突然觉得祖国真不容易

Australia should not follow the US into an ill-considered adventure in the South China Sea

Obama is sowing discontent in S.China Sea

Difficult for US to be objective in South China Sea: Duowei

China update

U.S. meddling in South China Sea unjustified, unprofitable

Stop Calling China a Currency Manipulator

中美并未进入南海军事冲突倒计时

U.S. Rebukes China on Efforts to Build Artificial Islands

What Australians really think about a rising China

Defence secretary Dennis Richardson's Blamey Oration

New Book on International Migration and Development in South Asia

History backs China's firm stand on islands

Correctly understanding Japan’s postwar history

Beijing’s Formidable Strategy in the South China Sea

让讲真话不再费力

中国人。。你要自信!

中泰開鑿克拉運河打通亞洲財路

More than 450 scholars urge Japan to address history issues

「莫言有言」:與大師共進晚餐

全澳华人侨领高峰论坛在黄金海岸圆满举行
2014-11-27 09:40:09 来源:澳洲《联合时报

谈谈澳洲联邦预算案

解密以色列如何成强国

US and Australia dangerously deluded about future

Japan’s ‘whitewashing’ of World War II history rankles some U.S. veterans

Divided loyalties: US bomber comments send unfriendly vibes to China

Proof the U.S. is rotten to the core

中美两国应学会“友善与共享”

Abolishing the world’s worst weapons

US should reflect on its own human right record

澳門與澳門大學新時代的縮影:澳門年輕學子與澳門大學知名教授的論壇

这二胡拉的,把老外全镇住了!看看什么叫掌声根本停不下来。

‘Father of Singapore’ Lee Kuan Yew

西方缺席的俄罗斯二战结束纪念日

美国对华的文化战略

台大校长:好成绩不是好人才

China and Australia Will Grow Closer

历史的纠结

乔良:中美博弈

中国社会需要一致的是非观

领袖是人不是神——从毕福剑事件聊起

从澳纽军团纪念日想到世界和平

美国种族问题依然难解

Understand the real China from the speech of China President, Mr. Xi Jinping.

Drug mules, death penalty and justice

<<亮丽人生>>

李克强:中国无意挑战国际秩序

How China is upsetting the old global economic order

Should Asian Americans be Ac2ve in US poli2cs?

Awakening China's 21st century dragon

From National Institutes of Health to the University of Macau: The Transition of a Top Scientist Chuxia Deng (鄧初夏)

傅莹:与FT共进午餐

Abe's omissions in Jakarta were 'unwise' step backward, historian says

Should Asian Americans be Ac2ve in US poli2cs?

拥抱观念新世界

中美减排声明展示领导力

中美应避免两败俱伤

U.S.-China 21: The Future of U.S.-China Relations Under Xi Jinping

莫言在东亚文学论坛上的演讲:哪些人是有罪的

警惕Reclaim Australia的游行示威

切勿用TPP制衡中国

Is American MIGHT creating a better world? What is the evidence?

澳門學子一談

Pleasing the emperor

Do YOU Have a GENIUS Level I.Q?! Find Out With a Few of The Most Fiendish BRAIN-TEASERS Ever!

村山敦促安倍70周年谈话继承“反省”

水秉和 :持有美国密芝根大学的政治学博士学位; 终生为联合国中文秘书处高翻 ,退休后卜居拉斯维斯.

Abe gets negative reviews ahead of U.S. visit

Kevin Rudd: "Are China & The US Doomed To Conflict?"

Towards a Community of Common Destiny and a New Future for Asia

聯合報民意論壇

亚投行搞乱世界格局

马云德国演讲

向前总理弗雷泽先生致敬

一带一路清楚解释

李光耀

Martin Jacques: The West should learn from China

U.S. forfeiting its leadership in global finance to China

修正版[三月新貼☆心水子頁]分享: 墨爾本僑功勳錄

這有意思 ... 你認識這個’口’字嗎? 那麼你認識多些’口’字嗎?

Beijing lashes out at Washington’s ‘pirate-style sense of insecurity’

Obama's Libya Debacle

BBC News - The palace of shame that makes China angry

Witnessing China's transformation: American Dr. Nathan Congdon - CCTV News - CCTV.com English

The Ripple Effect...BEAUTIFUL! YOU'LL LOVE THIS!

陆克文:勿恶意揣测中国 澳美应加入亚投行

今日焦点:让“新乡村运动”重塑故乡

Kevin Rudd on How the US and China Are Correcting Their Trust Deficit

Britain's election fix | Generational change in Timor-Leste | Death in Buenos Aires

中国国家主席习近平发表2015年新年贺词

A Memorable Evening with a Giant

Japan’s public diplomacy is expensive and errant

With focus on wartime past, Japan's global PR message could misfire

And you wonder why I call Australia home?

中国过于担心“西方价值观”?

Why is the US constantly sowing discord in South ChinaSea?

中国一定要建立自己的社会学理论

“建太多”、“借太多”困扰中国

中国一路一带

THE TRUTHS ABOUT IRAQ INVASION

李克强:中国经济不会硬着陆

中国要治贪官污吏,还得靠法

Shaping China's influence

莫言在东亚文学论坛上的演讲,越听越精彩,有人说这篇该获诺贝尔奖

今年达沃斯必须关注中产

达沃斯的逻辑

法治社会要开放言论自由

Lima: the not-so-bad news

中国创新不足吗?

2014 Nobel Week Highlights

中日领导人须面对面商磋钓鱼岛争端

盼早日圆海内外华人的“中国梦”!

路在何方

小时候的故乡

领导人你干什么 ?

Should China/Hong Kong follow UK’s democracy?

Should the UK monitor Hong Kong’s governance?

Racial Divide: The Tragedy of America's First Black President

成功大學「雅韻山河」會議前言

听李世默说中国和西方 ERIC LI - A TALE OF TWO POLITICAL SYSTEMS

Discussion on current Hong Kong issue

那 一 年 的 七 月

It's time to share China's side of the story

Is America Ready for China as an 'Equal Brother?'

The Oppression of a Civilization...

第七屆兩岸四地大學學術交流研討會結語

McKell Institute Address – Inclusive Growth

Australia has ringside seat as Obama,
Xi stake claims on Asia Pacific

Australia and the China-US Relationships

赵朴初:宇宙规律

My article on the Hong Kong protest

A role for Chinese Australians in promoting Australia-China relations.

觀點:拒絕一國兩制 台灣不是香港

China banking on infrastructure

Whitlam in China

应重新评估中国式治理制度

反腐需厘清党纪与国法关系

中国依法治国的阻力与目标

Reflection of Times Higher Education 2014 World Universities Ranking

An appeal by President of Medical Association for Prevention of War

Why the campaign against Islamic State is doomed

The HKG Storm

福山的良治社会三要素

No US Democracy for China

Hong Kong's "Occupy Central" Fooling No One

观察香港问题的十个认识误区(上)

Washington Is Destroying The World - Paul Craig Roberts

北京有沒有理由預防香港冒出另一個李登輝?

如何理解新中国的巨大成就?

Can Civilization Survive "Really Existing Capitalism"? An Interview With Noam Chomsky

中国不会复制西方式法治

China is Hong Kong’s future – not its enemy

值得思考的當代人的鸦片

在纪念孔子诞辰2565周年国际学术研讨会暨国际儒学联合会第五届会员大会开幕会上的讲话

中国应带头打破气候谈判僵局

论民主化

Now is the time to act on climate change

墨尔本

CASS Column: Article For 20 September 2014

西方社会财富不平等的症结

Visit by Foreign Minister of PCR

Chinese in WWI

习已交代身后事

Raising a family of true Malaysians By – Prof Dr. Mohamad Tajuddin Mohamad Rasdi

留美学者致习先生的一封信

India vs. China 西方民主令印度永远落后中国 2014-09-01。 宋鲁郑

超越历史的邓小平

对澳议员辱华言论的冷思考

重估邓小平

Time For Honesty And Change In Obama's Failed China Policy

中国学术界不能只引进

一篇新文章《余登泰山〉

毋忘國恥 – 盧溝橋之七七事變

宋朝的艺术

一战爆发100周年的警示

快活−國畫古詩

A good article... China's unprecedented quest for a peaceful rise

根治腐败不能回避制度变革

Mr. Lee Kuan Yew- It's Stupid to be afraid

羅伯特·凱根的新保守主義宣言

Bamboo ceiling' blocking Asian Australians, says commissioner

Access Asialink July 2014 - Don't take China for granted says Ambassador, insights on agribusiness and events in your city

China UK new world order

汕頭大學2014年第九屆第二次校董會發言


钓鱼岛值得一争,但不值得一战

中国与日本由钓鱼岛引发的争端不断升级,大有一发不可收拾之势,有人说双方非打不可。因为双方继续固守各自的“强硬”立场,如有误判或意气用事,擦枪走火就极有可能。

日本与中国有千丝万缕的文化渊源,难道双方真的不能以文明之理来服人,一定要用“野蛮”的“武力”手段一决高下吗?

依笔者之见,退一步海阔天空,中日要重启理性对话的大门。即便真的谈不下去,也应该考虑让国际法庭来裁决。

如果国与国之间有什么争端不能解决,完全可以提交给国际法庭来和平解决。“法治”胜过“武治”,这应该是每一个有远见的领导人都知道的道理。我们已经看到,在法治不健全的国家,企图用武力来统治的政权最终都引火自焚。叙利亚就是崇尚“武治”,把一个好好的国家弄得四分五裂。

一个国家要长治久安,必须以法律来治国而不是以武力来治国,武力只能用来维护真理、惩罚犯罪的人。这是人类历史文明的基石。如果用武力来决定谁对谁错,那么胜者不一定是对的一方,而败者不一定是错的一方。这不但解决不了问题,反而会加深矛盾,搞得两败俱伤,都没有好结果。

中日如果开战,将影响整个亚洲甚至整个世界经济的命脉,世界第二和第三大经济国首当其冲,承受得起吗?

两国如果真的谈不好如何解决钓鱼岛的主权问题,大不了告上国际法庭,各自引经据典辩论公堂,看看最后真理在哪一方,哪一方才是钓鱼岛的真正主人。

我认为,钓鱼岛值得中日在国际公堂联合国主持下力争、理争,但不值得双方为之一战!



Dear Kasing,
This edition of the Huaren magazine is by far the best of any production I have seen globally.
Obviously, the standard of the magazine, as judged by the caliber of the authors and the content, is sophisticated and intellectual, has jumped leaps and bounds.
Please accept my personal congratulations to a publication, now in the leading edge of the Chinese Diaspora. Keep the standard up and keep it coming.
Congratulations, once again and well done.

Dr Anthony Pun,
National President
Cbinese Community Council of Australia.l

Grievance Debate - Chinese Acknowledgement

Chris Hayes MP – Adjournment – Multiculturalism 25 June 2013


Abe's Article 9 blitz alarms Asia

In Chinese:
https://www.academia.edu/6861711/Competing_Claims_to_the_Diaoyu_Senkaku_Islands_under_International_Law_A_Critical_Evaluation_Chinese_

In English:
https://www.academia.edu/6837859/Competing_Claims_to_the_Diaoyu_Senkaku_Islands_under_International_Law_A_Critical_Evaluation

And a companion paper is at:
http://japanfocus.org/site/view/3877


E-Magazine September 2013

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E-Magazine May 2012

E-Magazine January 2012


Chinese Ethical Beliefs

One World, One Dream

China’s 56 Ethnic Groups - Understanding China

A civilization state

New Paradigm of 21st Century Higher Education in East Asia : Governance, Accountability , Autonomy and Globalization

Speech about Governance, Accountability and Autonomy in Higher Education at Macau University International Forum

The U. S .Founders and China


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