Wan Lik Hang

Quanzhou and the Maritime Silk Road

An article in the Chinese journal, I-Feng, reminded me about China’s Maritime Silk Road.  I have written four blog posts about the overland Silk Roads and their varied history, purpose, and traditions.  The...

EV Myths

I am grateful to a friend for giving me sight of a compelling paper compiled by the UK’s Department of Transport.  Baroness Vere of Norbiton referred the paper to the UK’s House of Lords to dispel some of the...

The rich – poor gap

For years, governments and their citizens have expressed concern about the gap between the very rich and ordinary citizens.  The gap is getting worse.  And the COVID pandemic, like the financial...

Chinese philosophers

I have written more than one post on the philosophical background to Chinese culture and the influence this has on China, Chinese families, and the Communist Party of China today.  In this article, I go back...

Quanzhou and the Maritime Silk Road

An article in the Chinese journal, I-Feng, reminded me about China’s Maritime Silk Road.  I have written four blog posts about the overland Silk Roads and their varied history, purpose, and traditions.  The Maritime...

EV Myths

I am grateful to a friend for giving me sight of a compelling paper compiled by the UK’s Department of Transport.  Baroness Vere of Norbiton referred the paper to the UK’s House of Lords to dispel some of the myths...