Why syncretism–and not separatism–is the key to prosperity, growth and abundance.
Debut author is not the first thing that comes to mind when we hear Obama’s name, but that’s what he once was.
I was born in 1985, possibly the most open and optimistic time in China’s modern history; the country was going through reform and opening-up. Diplomatic relationships with America, Japan and the rest of the word had never been better. Echoing the late Chairman Mao’s famous slogan, “Women hold up half the sky”, women were encouraged to participate in the labour force fully. I do not recall any of my friends’ mums not working.