What if Tomorrow I die? by R.P. BenDedek

Young people, especially males, never truly consider their own deaths, for inbuilt into their minds is a lack of appreciation for the frailty of the human condition. If they were as conscious of death as we older people, then they would probably never do anything daring or exciting.

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Facial Recognition Software, Coffins and Other Strange Things! by R.P. BenDedek

A KingsCalendar ‘In the NEWS’ commentary August 2, 2018

My dad once told me not to believe anything of what I hear and only half of what I see because most people have an incredible ability to deceive themselves and only believe what they want to believe. R.P. BenDedek

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The Hypocrisy behind Media Anti-China Campaign

From February 2003 to August 2017 this writer lived and worked in the People’s Republic of China and has always taken note of western prejudice toward this Communist country.

Over the last few years in particular there has been a lot of what I would call ‘scare mongering’ in relation to China in the Mainstream Media, and I have no doubt that it is politically motivated. It is not as it is sometimes portrayed, motivated by concerns for the people of China and their social issues.

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Shantang Street Echo Coffee & Bar for Tourists in Suzhou City

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As the title of this article suggests, today we are going to look at a particular place within the general area known as the Shantangjie or Shantang Street in Suzhou City, Jiangsu Province, The People’s Republic of China.

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Book One Photographs : Villages in Central China

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Book One : Photographs from Tanggu Tianjin China

Last year I published a PDF Book about my life in China titled Finding Myself in China: A Politically Incorrect Story. You can read why vanity publishers wouldn’t publish it and I have provided numerous excerpts for prospective purchasers to evaluate the book prior to making a decision to buy it.

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Book One Photographs: Honghu City Hubei Province Rivers and Canals

Last year, I finally managed in association with my webmaster to publish a PDF Book about my life in China. Although I originally set out to, I didn’t end up publishing it through one of those ‘self-publishing’ companies because it turned out to be a book which publishers wouldn’t touch.

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Book One Photographs from Chibi

When my book ‘Finding Myself in China: A Politically Incorrect Story’ was published, I began work on collating all the travel stories and interesting events from particular places (irrespective of when I was there) into a series of books that are part travelogue but which broaden the field of my life’s experiences in China – something which I could not do in the first book because it would have been too big.

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Book One Photographs: Yichang and Three Gorges Dam in China

Earlier this year, I finally managed to publish a PDF Book about my life in China. You can read why I published it as such rather than get a publisher to publish it in hardcopy.

I was in fact reminded in an email today Dec 17th 2016, of the extraordinary lengths to which these so called ‘self-publishing companies’ (who are nothing but fronts for ‘Author Solutions’ Publishing House in the USA) will go to extract money from would-be authors.¹

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The Book that publishers won’t touch – “Finding Myself in China” – is now on sale

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R.P. Bendedek has been publishing individual stories about life’s events in China since 2004. In 2007 he began writing a book to explain why he fell in love with China and how he came to change his attitudes towards life and politics.

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