Why Immigrate?

Why would you immigrate?

The reason is simple, political reasons.

Mainland China is becoming more and more totalitarian with no end on sight, this bothers me.

And then, some Chinese would brush it off like nothing and tell me, “Why would you even bother with politics? As long as you can live, politics isn’t important.”

It is important, and involving in politics actively in a democracy can subsequently change citizens’ lives, whereas in a totalitarian state it’s impossible. ...READ MORE

Is China Really Meritocracy?

Meritocracy originates from China, and was regarded as the top standard of political system of Ancient China.

However, today’s West look at CCP China as a political meritocracy system, opposed to their democracy system.

But my question is, is China really a political meritocracy?

If we can not figure out the reality of our political system, how do we even confirm that we are actually a meritocracy? A system that values talents and abilities instead of wellborn backgrounds and connections? ...READ MORE

The Chinese Conundrum

Chinese are this plate of loose sand with no unity and national identity.

Out of China, I feel this obligation to protect the Chinese identity no matter what form my country is in. The white people are not going to protect the Chinese identity, Koreans are not supposed to, Japanese are not supposed to, Mexicans are not supposed to. Nobody but Chinese are supposed to protect the Chinese identity.

And I think, even inside China, Chinese are supposed to protect the Chinese identity, even though most Chinese don’t have a sense of nationalism and cultural identification. ...READ MORE

Democracy in Canada

During my time stay in Canada, I witnessed a landscape with extraordinary sceneries, well organized systems of infrastructures and the embarrassing situation of the homeless.

For me, the west seems like a free land of all sorts of ideologies, and I don’t want to stress the term ideology much, as I’d like to think of the west has a democratic approach to groups of people in a society, and how, from that, a society flourishes. ...READ MORE

The Mohawk Guy

The weird Mohawk guy assumes the fact that China is going to war. From his trading records, that he sells massive amount of gold to HSBC is enough to tell that China is amassing these gold and preparing for a war. War burns a nation’s treasury, as much as paper money, a country actually needs more gold in order to power through the war machine. My country is likely to assault Taiwan in the next few decades if peace talk is unsuccessful.

On Leadership, and Dissection of Homeless Situation in Montreal

Whenever one talks about leadership, we think of a person walking in the front of all.

There are, many types of leaderships. This time, I want to document someone who is contagious, charismatic, persistent and intelligent.

Her way of leading almost reminds me of a rather original way of leading.

An old man in ancient China tried to remove a mountain in front of his house. He started by his own, and slowly, his action and motive attracted even more people to do the same thing and join his cause. All because this person kept doing it. Whilst you are consistently doing something, with a goal that is honorable or justifiable, people will hear your voice and subsequently join. ...READ MORE

Free Market as to Businesses

One entrepreneur once said, “Believe in Capitalism.”

The message is clear, believe in capitalism. But, why?

Modern world is built on the premise of massive production. Businesses across all industries are the primary reason of such high productivity.

Capitalism aims to produce the highest productivity possible in order to deliver the fluctuating demands of the market.

The idea of free market, is based on the clearance of state control, so as to let a market respond cohesively to inner and outer dynamic changes. ...READ MORE