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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Photographs: Historic Dangkou Town in Jiangsu Province China by R.P. BenDedek

On May 30, 2015 my School took the foreign teachers on a day trip to Dangkou Historical Town in Wuxi. It was a pleasant outing with about four other foreign teachers; two volunteer English teachers and two Japanese teachers.

I’ve not published an article about the trip before nor posted photographs but as I was looking for a photograph to use in another article today, I decided to use one from Dangkou. That then prompted me to publish these photos.

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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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Looking at the NEWS April 11, 2018 A Different Look

Liberal in tolerance but
Alt-right in protecting freedom of thought and speech.

Take the Mote out of YOUR eye

I’ve been publishing ‘Looking at the NEWS’ on a Friday but this week I am doing something different. Not only is the publishing day changed, but the way in which I present the NEWS. Let’s start with this:

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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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Truth and the Destruction of Chinese Churches

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Today a friend emailed me a link to an article about the violent abuse perpetrated by Chinese police against God fearing Christians in Henan Province.

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The Oral/Verbal Presentation of a Speech – English as a Second Language

Recently author and writer M.M. Justine spoke with me about her fear of having to give a speech and I shared with her some tips about speech writing and public speaking. I actually teach this in my Conversational English classes in China.

I recently re-presented on this new site one of my teaching articles specifically about writing speeches. Today I am going to talk about the physical act of giving a speech – the public speaking part.

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Book One Photographs : Villages in Central China

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Xitang Water Town in Zhejiang Province China (with Video)

Last week my former foreign affairs liaison officer called me and invited me to go out with him on Saturday. I agreed and reorganized my plans for the day. I had no idea where we were going or why, just that I had been invited and it would be impolite for me to refuse. The funny thing was that while speaking English he three times named the place to which we were travelling but I didn’t recognize it.

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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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