It is hoped that the old and natural Hakka method of farming can become a blue-print for a ‘new’ type of agricultural process in New China, whereby the excesses and foolishness of modern ‘petroleum agriculture’ can be transitioned into the use of more natural farming methods that are assisted and optimised by the benefit of modern technology. This is a clever blending of the old and the new in the present time. The old Hakka method of farming might well serve as the natural basis of the future agricultural policy of New China.
Communist China produces woman fighter pilots.
The Hakka round house is the most well-known example of Hakka architecture and is often considered the first such structure to appear under the divine sky. Its structure has been likened to a mushroom sprouting out of the earth, or a UFO landing from the sky.
China’s tennis-ace – Li Na – celebrates making it to the Women’s Final of the 2011 Australian Open with a photo-shoot in Melbourne Park. Here, Li Na is proud to fly the Red Flag of her home country – communist China!
The famous scientist named Qian Xue Sen, (as far back as the mid-1990’s), proposed a ‘Great Compendium of Wisdom Studies’ school of thought. In the 21st century, the famous educator Gu Ming Yuan, the President of the Chinese Association of Education, developed the academic subject of Wisdom Studies. Within China there has been the development of the Chinese Wisdom Project Research Council, together with the emergence of the International Chinese Wisdom Society in Hong Kong, as well as the Zhangjiagang City Wisdom Studies Project, and other similar academic institutes.