North Korea does it’s annual late summer saber-rattling while the US and South Korea run their annual pre-autumn laps on the peninsula. Everyone’s in an uproar and “this time” it could be dangerous—again. Back to school.
China’s market slows while it’s naval activity rises. Chinese business is no longer the talk of town, though banking is as Beijing goes liquid. 400 deep pockets lost $182B USD to China’s sinking tech.
Taiwan’s election season continues to heat up. In this week’s episode of old school v democracy, DPP Mayor William Lai threatened to close the KMT-Nationalist-controlled Taiwan Control Yuan if the Control Yuan tries to close him, but not Speaker Lee who was found guilty in a lower court of buying the votes that gave him his speakership. Apparently, the Control Yuan is not even a Constitutionally legal entity. China does is own gossip among Americans about the DPP. So, it’s clear how important the Taiwan 2016 election will be.
…From tech in the China market
Source: Pacific Daily Times
- S. Korea leader to attend China’s celebrations of WWII end (dailymail.co.uk)
- N Korea threatens to attack US: Ask to stop military exercise with S Korea (theoslotimes.com)
- China voices ‘deep concern’ about situation on Korean peninsula (koreaherald.com)
- N. Korea sets new time zone to be free from Japan’s colonial legacy (english.kyodonews.jp)
- Twin Typhoons Churn Toward Taiwan, Japan, Korean Peninsula (thesurvivalplaceblog.com)
- The World Stands On the Edge of World War III In Multiple Locations (thecommonsenseshow.com)
- Cadence of Conflict: Asia, June 6, 2015 (chinadailymail.com)
- Cadence of Conflict: Asia July 20, 2015 (chinadailymail.com)
- Cadence of Conflict: Asia, August 17, 2015 (chinadailymail.com)
- Cadence of Conflict: Asia, May 11, 2015 (chinadailymail.com)
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