The Federalist: Campus Race Warriors’ Demands Will Hurt Asians

It may be coincidental that the photojournalist the University of Missouri social justice warriors attacked in public was Asian-American, but their reaction wasn’t. Concerned Student 1950 tweeted, “It’s typically white media who don’t understand the importance of respecting black spaces.”

Liberals have a long record of minimizing and ignoring Asians in such movements. At Claremont McKenna College, protesters shouted down a student of Asian heritage for saying people should be judged on the content of their character rather than their race.

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China Travel Writer Blog: A Chinese Student’s View on #BlackLivesMatter

Indeed, the fate of African-Americans is linked with the fate of America. In America, they can legally claim their rights. They can even use “illegal protests” to seek their lawful rights and benefits. This can only be done in America. Racial discrimination will of course not end in America, but after an act of discrimination happens, there is only America and a few other democratic countries where you can use freedom of speech and the law to appeal. If you cannot believe, go ask how many black people immigrated to China. Those 100,000 blacks living in Guangzhou have no way to answer “yes.”

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China.org.cn: Trump campaign becomes uglier

More than a few people have felt alarm bells go off when they heard Trump’s incendiary attacks on ethnicities. John Kasich’s campaign released an ad that featured a Vietnam veteran paraphrasing German Pastor Martin Niemoller’s poetic warning about the Nazis. (Trump has attacked Vietnam veteran John McCain for having been captured and taken POW.)

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China.org.cn: Don’t cower in the face of terrorism

However, if you must risk dying, then what better way to go than drinking wine on the streets of Paris? The French used a nice motto during their revolution: Vivre Libre ou Mourir.

Americans used the phrase, too, in relation to their revolutionary war. General John Stark, asked to give a toast for the anniversary of a famous battle, sent his toast by letter: “Live free or die: Death is not the worst of evils.”

I’ll drink to that.

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