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Benny Chin
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Everyone has a price, some are cheap some are expensive. For US$8.7 Billion (1 Trillion Japanese Yen), you can visit Duterte's bedroom. You can also have a relation closer than a brother.... (to do what a brother would never dare to a sister).

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Although I am totally against Hong Kong youths who demand for an independent Hong Kong, participation by organized crime in Hong Kong politics is extremely disturbing. Their recent unlawful acts at the Hong Kong international airport has implications that the authorities purposely allowed it to happen. Triads usually intimidate their targets in the dark and equally effective in bringing their message to the public. Taking their participation to the open is extremely worrisome.
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Japanese youth and young adults also face similar circumstances but I believe they are staying put. The narrow gap in wealth and social status between the 'haves' and 'have-nots' is perhaps one of the main reason. What other reasons can you think of? Attitudes towards religion? Influence of Christianity? 
Why are South Korean youth fleeing to the US, Canada and Australia? @AJ101East finds out: http://aje.io/72ea
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The Coming War On China, the documentary by John Pilger in English with Chinese subtitles. 

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New reality show Trump recently signed up, starring Duterte, Putin and Trump is called The Three Stooges Turning the World Around.

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I find this funny and enjoyable, do you think some Chinese would think otherwise?

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A role model for the younger (and the older) generation, nor only for China.

Does AB1726 specifically targeting Chinese?
The following letter is suggested by the Silicon Valley Chinese Association, they suggest leaders of your local Chinese community to use your own letterhead, signed by your representing member and email to svcainfo@gmail.com

The form letter suggested:

Honorable Governor Brown:

Despite the strong opposition from many Asian American organizations, California legislature passed AB1726 (Bonta) this month. AB1726, in essence, is a duplicate of AB176 (Bonta) that you vetoed last year. We applaud your previous decision and we urge that you take the same action this time again.

Regrettably, AB1726 is equally divisive, unfair, unscientific, and infeasible. We believe that your concern over its predecessor bill AB176 holds true in this current case: “Dividing people into ethnic or other subcategories may yield more information, but not necessarily greater wisdom about what actions should follow. To focus just on ethnic identity may not be enough.”

AB1726 is clearly divisive and unfair. It does not stipulate the collection of similar racial data from any group other than the Asian Americans Pacific Islanders. The bill, for example, does not require Cuban Americans, or Mexican Americans to report their ethnicities other than the generic “Hispanic.” Similarly, it does not require Jewish Americans, Arab Americans or Irish American to report ethnicities other than the generic “White.” It is indisputable that those sub-groups within the Hispanics and Whites are ethnically and culturally diverse. Singling out Asian Americans for stratification is not only unfair to Asian Americans, but also to all Americans.

AB1726 is unscientific. It confuses ethnicities with national origins. For instance, China as a country officially recognizes 56 ethnic groups among its citizens, including, for example, Korean, Hmong, Muslim and Mongolian. So identifying oneself as “Chinese” or “Taiwanese” doesn’t disclose that person’s true ethnic and possibly cultural background. Furthermore, the impact of the citizenship of one’s ancestry -- and in many cases multiple citizenships within the family tree -- is not necessarily a deciding factor of that person’s genetic makeup, or socioeconomic situation and educational status. Therefore, such stratification tactic encoded by AB1726 wouldn’t have been a useful factor in allocating educational or health resources of California.

In addition to all the problems above, this bill cannot be realistically implemented. Besides putting substantial costs on California taxpayers, the system is not intended to, nor is it able to, monitor and verify the accuracy and integrity of the self-identified data generated under this bill.

California does not need a bill that could only divide our communities. California does not need more heightened racial tensions. Please veto AB1726.

Best Regards,

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The Permanent Court of Arbitration which recently provided service to the Philippines against China about the South China Sea is not related to the United Nation, although The International Court of Justice, a UN organization, is a fellow renter in the same building, namely the Peace Palace in Hague.
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