China’s navy commissioned 17 new warships last year, the most of any nation. In a little more than a decade, it’s expected to have three aircraft carriers, giving it more clout than ever in a region of contested seas and festering territorial disputes.
All of the toddlers in the room ran around by themselves, ditching their parents to go play and wander around. But not David.
The United States’ debt has been a current event for several decades now. Rumors continue to circulate about how China will own the United States or about how the government is going to collapse because of the national deficit.
But as citizens, we have a duty to look at the facts, not trust rumors on the Internet.
We all wish we were a little bit different.
Be it taller, shorter, thinner, bigger, smaller or whatever, there is always something that could be changed for the better. For China, wishing you were smarter could be a thing of the past.
An expert on America’s relationship with China will give the annual lecture for the Laura Blanche Jackson Endowed Memorial Lectureship in World Issues at 7 p.m. in the Paul W. Powell Chapel of George W. Truett Theological Seminary.
The portrayal of a young Asian woman speaking broken English in a Super Bowl ad being run by U.S. Senate candidate Pete Hoekstra against Michigan incumbent Debbie Stabenow is bringing charges of racial insensitivity.
On Oct. 13, a 2-year-old girl was run over twice by a van and once more by a truck on the streets of Guangfo Hardware Market in Huangqi of Foshan, a city in central Guangdong province in southern China.
The business world is changing but, for some reason, the business of Baylor is not.
From playing with orphans in Kenya, to viewing a cultural dance in Cairo, or walking along the Great Wall in China, learning a language can provide new opportunities and adventures.
For those brave enough to spend four weeks without the English language, Baylor in China has proven to be a rewarding program.