It's interesting to look at the world from a Chinese perspective, and sometimes it is a small detail that remind you that the world is not as global as you think. See below for the "anti-Twitter" version of the http://21st-century-frontiers.net/ But then the next moment things are more global than you think. The need for global risk assessment and a new global governance is growing and I think László Szombatfalvy's book could play a significant role here in China and beyond, especially if flanked by a supporting initiative. Visited The Central Compilation and Translation Bureau (CCTB) to pick up paper and a box sample for the Chinese edition, as little as I like it a book is also judged by its cover.
Reflections are only that, reflections, nothing more nothing less. Often these reflections are related to books I read, but occasionally also other things. These are often written very late, very fast, using notes from my mobile phone, so the grammar and spelling is horrible.