Author Archives: Mary Howard

Chinese missiles place the US aircraft carrier in a hardship

Chinese troops are outperforming the United States in a missile race, especially anti-ship missiles and US generals are working out counter measures before carriers become obsolete. “We know China has the most advanced ballistic missile force in the world”, said … Continue reading

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IMF and WB warned of Chinese loans to poor countries

Multiply the spring session of the two institutions, in Washington, yesterday, April 11, 2019, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank (WB) warned: China is increasingly let poor countries borrow more and more. Therefore, the lending should be … Continue reading

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China spent more than $40 billion on mobile applications in 2018

According to the report entitled “The State of Mobile 2019” by App Annie, China accounts for nearly half of the total of 194 billion applications downloaded in 2018. According to App Annie, a mobile data research firm, smartphone growth is … Continue reading

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“My dream has always been to become Man United’s manager”

Solskjaer said that he always wanted to become the manager of Man United ahead of the confrontation with Arsenal on the night of March 10. Becoming a replacement for Jose Mourinho in the middle of December last year, perhaps at … Continue reading

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Challenging China’s illegal claim, Britain will command the largest carrier to the South Sea

The new carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth will be deployed by the British Navy to the South  Sea in the near future to challenge China’s illegal claims here. According to The Times, British Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson will announce on February … Continue reading

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China is ready for high-tech Cold War with the US

The US government announced on February 11 plans to strengthen the priority of developing artificial intelligence (AI), a move that Chinese observers warned could set the stage for a new Cold War. On February 11, President Trump signed an executive … Continue reading

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5 Stars Cannot Compete In China Because Of A Law Prohibiting Tattoos

With the prohibition of players showing off tattoos, Chinese football will discourage many stars capable of landing like Neymar, Dani Alves or Arturo Vidal. The new tattoo of Jose Mourinho Ramos shows off new tattoos that imply “storm” 40 Becks … Continue reading

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China Should Not “Wake Up The Beast” America

Commander of the US Naval Operations, Admiral John Richardson, will visit Beijing and Nanjing City, and meet his Chinese counterpart, Vice Admiral Judge Jinlong and the leaders of the Central Military Commission China. This trip from 13 to 16 January … Continue reading

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A Terrible Fired Back Of America If China Sunk Two Aircraft Carriers Carry Thousands Of People

According to Fox News, on December 20th, speaking at an industry conference of military, Admiral China Lou Yuan said the US was afraid of casualties so the easiest way to defeat opponents is sunk two American carriers, which more than … Continue reading

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Controversy About The Chinese “Flooding The Philippines”

“How many Chinese are working in the Philippines, both legal and illegal? The administration of President Rodrigo Duterte did not provide specific figures led many MPs of its country be angry. According to the South China Morning Post (Hong Kong), … Continue reading

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