All posts in " East Asia "

The Rising Tensions: Kashmir – Hong Kong – Korea

By admin / August 19, 2019

The War Cycle is by far on schedule. We have tensions rising almost everywhere. In Asia, we have the Kashmir Crisis as hundreds of people took the streets in Srinagar, the main Indian city, to protest New Delhi’s decision to lift the special status of the territory. In Hong Kong, there are fears that China […]


The Hong Kong Dollar Peg – When Will it Break?

By admin / March 10, 2019

Hong Kong’s intervened to support the Hong Kong dollar for the first time since August 2018 after the exchange rate fell to the lower end of its trading band against the greenback. The Hong Kong Monetary Authority bought HK$1.507 billion ($192 million) of their own currency during London and New York trading hours on Saturday. The […]


Political Scandals in South Korea Spark Demand for Resignations

By admin / November 7, 2016

Political scandal have rocked South Korea with essentially the same influence peddling that the Clintons do. However, instead of praising their president as Americans and the media do with Hillary, South Korean prosecutors arrested two former top presidential aides Sunday for exactly the same thing that Hillary does influence-peddling and tens of thousands of people […]


Taiwan v China: Is it Time for Confrontation?

By admin / July 26, 2016

The tension between China and Taiwan has been going on for decades. Historically, the Republic of China was a state established in East Asia from 1912 to 1949 on mainland China, which included Mongolia and Taiwan. It was preceded by the last imperial dynasty of China, the Qing dynasty, which was the last royal dynasty […]


China’s Reserves & the Flight of Money

By admin / June 22, 2016

All we have been hearing are claims that if China sends the dollar flooding back to America, the dollar will become worthless and hundreds of businesses will go broke overnight. The gold promoters put out such wild claims and have no idea what they are saying or the type of world that would unfold. It is […]


China Corporate Defaults: Good, Bad, or just Ugly?

By admin / June 10, 2016

A fertilizer producer in north China defaulted on bond payments, which is a positive aspect as the state governments are not so eager to bail out failed companies. This will be a positive step forward in transforming China into a major capital market. For now, it is still not ready for prime time. Of course, […]


India Joining Cashless Society – Pulling the Plug on Govt.

By admin / May 27, 2016

COMMENT: it is just chaos by politicians destroying the future. cashless society …how did u see this just amazing.I never thought it is coming to india as indians believed in hard MONEY sir. thank you for your knowledge i think in future u should create an AI to help the people show the path. Coz there is […]


China’s Deserts Expanding

By admin / March 5, 2016

According to statistics released by the State Forestry Administration, China has 2.6 million square km of desert that accounts for 27 percent of the country’s total land area. The desert areas are scattered among 12 provincial-level regions in north China. There is a serious problem on the horizon for China. Following the creation of the People’s […]


Moody’s Lowers Credit Rating of China to Negative from Stable

By admin / March 2, 2016

Moody’s lowered its outlook on China’s credit rating stable to negative. We have been warning that our models on China indicate that the bottom in the economy does not appear likely until 2020. This should be a 13-year contraction. So far, that forecast appears to be on target.