An inside look at the Japanese takeover of Shanghai's International Settlement, which began on December 8, 1941.
by That's Shanghai, 08 December 2017
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too bad you are a bunch of sycophantic ass-hats and don't realize 5G is NOT a "good thing" but rather just a vile tool of the emerging tyrannical technocratic trans humanist future. go fuck yourselves to death filth!
May 14, 2018 at 21:04 pm
I have been using the Apple Pay function - similarly as you describe...One question though - may be you have discovered the answer to - How do I get the 20RMB deposit back once I use up the value of the card I uploaded to Apple Pay?
May 1, 2018 at 15:44 pm
Having read both books, as it seems nobody else with a clear opinion on this matter has, it's safe to say that Lake's book doesn't base any of its content on Fincher's. They aren't about the same topic, despite what the titles may indicate. I wonder who is getting sleepless nights over these accusations, and also who is erasing whom? I also wonder whether or not we're to assume that a single person owns the topic of "Chinese women", of which there are 670 million? If there's a shred of evidence that Lake's work draws from Fincher's in anyway, it'd be nice to see, before any accusations are hurdled. THAT would be fair. Otherwise, it's clearly LAKE being abused here, and not the other way around. As for the accusation of " erasure of women of color", common sense might indicate that a book based on hundreds of interviews with Chinese women, and which cites numerous resources written by people of color, does not attempt to erase or silence women of color. If you followed the Twitter atta
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