2014年3月13日星期四

Ellen DeGeneres

Ellen DeGeneres : 對我而言,最重要是活得正直,不要屈服於同儕壓力,試圖成為你不是的那種人。熱情而有同理心地過生活,在某方面有點貢獻。
艾倫.狄珍妮:忠於自我 勇敢前行

萬作之花



まんさくの花(萬作之花) PREMIUM BLEND 純米大吟釀



2014年3月3日星期一

沉默

經常犯的一個錯誤是:太努力想要把自己的想法解釋清楚,卻忘了沒人想聽。

2014年2月27日星期四

Say goodbye to Taiwan

When China started its impressive growth in the 1980s, most Americans and Asians thought this was wonderful news, because all of the ensuing trade and other forms of economic intercourse would make everyone richer and happier. China, according to the reigning wisdom, would become a responsible stakeholder in the international community, and its neighbors would have little to worry about. Many Taiwanese shared this optimistic outlook, and some still do.
They are wrong. By trading with China and helping it grow into an economic powerhouse, Taiwan has helped create a burgeoning Goliath with revisionist goals that include ending Taiwan’s independence and making it an integral part of China. In sum, a powerful China isn’t just a problem for Taiwan. It is a nightmare.

Say goodbye to Taiwan

John J. Mearsheimer is the R. Wendell Harrison Distinguished Service Professor of Political Science at the University of Chicago. He serves on the Advisory Council of The National Interest. This article is adapted from a speech he gave in Taipei on December 7, 2013, to the Taiwanese Association of International Relations. An updated edition of his book The Tragedy of Great Power Politics will be published in April by W. W. Norton.