The Grange Hill BBC drama series written for children in the UK – ran from 1978-2008 over 600 episodes – and featured various adventures of groups
The British landed on the then barren island of Kong Hong in 1841 as they were hastily mustering military forces in the area for yet
Original Article: 为什么西藏的民主改革发生在1959年 (Translated by Adrian Chan-Wyles PhD) Translator’s Note: The history of Tibet in the West is flawed. Since 1945 it has been the
When I wrote my Hakka martial arts article, I had communicated with a number of Mainland Hakka gongfu masters who all told me the same story – namely that their arts originated in Northern China. This is exactly what Master Chan had told me, and it seems to be a Western myth encouraged by ignorance of the subject matter, that suggests that Hakka martial arts originated in the South.
Who would have thought that the racist British newspaper – the Daily Mail (that openly supported Adolf Hitler prior to WWII) would have been at the fore-front of the British massacring of Tibetans in 1903-04!
In the 19th century, the Hakka people rose-up against the Qing Dynasty (Taiping Uprising), combining Missionary Christianity, with Chinese Cosmology – with a ‘new’ Chinese ‘Son of God’.