Miniharm’s Top 10 Moments of 2014

Tuesday, December 30, 2014
APEC

It’s been a whirlwind year in China. Here’s a look back at 10 moments that made us smile.

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China Creates Ministry Dedicated to Reminding the World That Japan Is Bad

Monday, December 15, 2014
Ministry of Japan Is Bad seal

NANJING — To commemorate the 77th anniversary of the Nanjing Massacre, China’s State Council has established an entirely new ministry dedicated to reminding the world that Japan is bad.

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U.S. Tech Leaders Welcome Man Responsible for Blocking Their Sites

Wednesday, December 10, 2014
Mark Zuckerberg and Lu Wei

BEIJING — This week, photos surfaced which show American tech leaders rolling out the red carpet to welcome Lu Wei, the Chinese official responsible for blocking their sites, keeping their sites blocked and perhaps blocking them in the future.

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STUDY: U.S. Now More Racist Against Blacks than China

Friday, December 5, 2014
Eric Garner protests

WASHINGTON, D.C. — According to a new study by the NAACP, China is no longer the most racist country when it comes to discrimination against black people. Due to the high-profile cases of Mike Brown and Eric Garner, which sparked protests across the country, that distinction now belongs to the United States.

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China, U.S. Agree to Focus on Environment Shortly Before It Collapses

Monday, November 17, 2014
Photo © Getty

BEIJING — In an unprecedented step toward curbing climate change, Presidents Xi Jinping and Barack Obama agreed last week to focus on the environment shortly before it collapses entirely.

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Leaders of China, Japan, Philippines and Vietnam to Settle Island Disputes with Fight to the Death

Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Aquino and Xi

BEIJING — Hailed as one of the biggest success stories to come out of APEC, the heads-of-state of China, Japan, the Philippines and Vietnam agreed on Tuesday to settle their territory disputes in the South China Sea with a classic, no-holds-barred fight to the death.

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Yao Ming Shot by Poachers

Tuesday, November 4, 2014
Yao Ming

NAIROBI — Former basketball star Yao Ming has been shot and killed by ivory poachers in Kenya, sources confirmed yesterday.

The longtime anti-poaching activist was reportedly feeding on vegetation near one of his preferred watering holes in Aberdares National Park when he was ambushed by hunters, who shot him three times with a high-powered rifle.

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PLA Navy Withdraws from North Sea After Scotland’s “No” Vote

Tuesday, September 23, 2014
PLA Navy

LONDON — Britain’s Royal Navy reported Monday that frigates belonging to the People’s Liberation Army Navy anchored near British waters had turned back for their home port in Qingdao after the Scottish referendum on independence returned a decisive “no” vote.

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China’s New World Map Claims Hawaii, Most of Micronesia

Wednesday, August 27, 2014
World map

BEIJING — In a move that will surely escalate tensions, China’s Ministry of Education has released a new world map in which China claims large swaths of the Pacific Ocean, including Hawaii and most of Micronesia.

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The Chinese Are the Cause of All the World’s Problems and I Have a Tiny Penis

Monday, August 25, 2014
Clive Palmer

by Clive Palmer

Dear reader, by now you’re probably aware of my little bust-up with our slanty-eyed friends to the north.

A state-owned company refused to pay royalties so I called the entire country “bastards” and “mongrels.” Fair dinkum, as we Aussies say.

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