Monthly Archives: May 2010

No Downhill Please

Sun seduced me to run outside. Temperature seemed friendly, so I laced up and went. As an obsessive planner, I plotted my route first: go north on Olive, it turns into John, turn right on 15th, and turn right on … Continue reading

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Arizona stands among these united states like Ugly Betty in a cheerleader squad. They didn’t observe Marin Luther King’s birthday, they don’t change to daylight saving time, and now they passed the laws that are unfriendly to immigrants. Americans did … Continue reading

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China’s Domicile Registration System: HuKou

Years ago, I wrote about China’s HuKou systems. I compared that to U.S.’s immigration policy, only applied to China’s own citizens. Several weeks ago, the Economist had an article on the same subject. What saddened me most is its the … Continue reading

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On the road again

Was it a Willie Nelson song? Business trips are the time I read and write at personal level, since I am alone and had time for introspection. A colleague talked about her family. Her husband is in Utah operating a … Continue reading

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