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“Tyrants preserve themselves by sowing fear and mistrust among the citizens by means of spies, by distracting them with foreign wars, by eliminating men of spirit who might lead a revolution, by humbling the people, and making them incapable of decisive action…” ... Aristotle
A page-turner, this book does not disappoint. True-life stories are captured in this riveting tale of current events in China. Christians in China who persevere in the face of great danger are heroes in my book. Their government, not so much.
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Giving PE the respect it deserves - It’s just gym, huh? Well think again. It’s the only subject I know of that directly reduces a kid’s long-term risk of heart failure, diabetes, depression, anxiety, several cancers, and obesity — and at the same time enhances fitness, cognitive function, self-esteem, teamwork, and overall good health. Read more: http://thehill.com/blogs/congress-blog/healthcare/287309-giving-pe-the-respect-it-deserves#ixzz2NdWVDRcr
Yang started her journalism career by establishing the ﬁrst current-events TV program in China. She created and hosted many other groundbreaking shows, starting with the chatfest Yang Lan One on One. The popular Her Village, which now includes an online magazine and website, brings together China’s largest community of professional women (more than 200 million people a month).