Today is just a normal day.

Nothing too exciting going on here. Think I’ll grab a cup of tea and re-watch the latest Game of Thrones episode. (Man, how awesome was last weeks ending?!)

It’s just a normal, boring, every day kinda day today.

Well, have a good day then.

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Jean Knops · June 4, 2014 at 4:33 pm

Yes, May 35, a depressing day. I spend some time in China in 1986 and 6 months in China in 1988 as a student and decided not to go back. I did finally two years ago for various reasons. But I still do not quite know how to deal this day and its history. China is interesting, exiting and depressing all at the same time.

Anyhow, good blog, I check once in a while, keep it up.

Cheers, J. K.

E-Phoenix · June 4, 2014 at 10:51 pm

It’s very counterproductive and self-defeating for the Chinese government to withhold the information about Tiananmen from the Chinese people.

becky · June 9, 2014 at 6:36 pm

One student asked me why she couldn’t access google and I hinted at the reason. Then she found a 3 hour documentary on the subject and afterwards wrote to me with an extremely mad tirade against the government. One of the things she was so mad abut is that China makes a big stink to Japan that they don’t report the rape of nanjing with accurate history. So she saw the hypocrisy in her gov’t for crying foul to one country while doing the same thing with their own history.

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