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    Brexit thiêt ra là Breturn chứ gì.

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    Danh khả danh vô thường danh (Đạo đức kinh):

    Caste-based area names to be changed across Indian state to 'increase unity'
    https://www.theguardian.com/global-d...increase-unity

    In the same way Indian surnames reveal the caste to which a person belongs, neighbourhoods have acquired names based on the caste of the community that predominates.

    For centuries, villages have been organised on the basis of caste, with strict segregation that confines the lower castes to the fringes. Some towns, too, have certain areas inhabited by the members of a particular community.

    The Maharashtra government has decided that, for a country that keeps promising to eliminate the caste system, to have neighbourhoods and roads named after a particular caste is undesirable.

    Places in Maharashtra, home to 125 million people, will be renamed after well-known social workers or local activists so that no caste is indicated.

    Despite efforts to erase the caste system, it remains resilient. Earlier this month, a dalit (formerly known as an untouchable) youth in Gujarat was assaulted after being asked his caste by co-workers, and giving the name of a higher caste. His other “offence” was wearing his shirt unbuttoned. Trying to look fashionable if you are a dalit is a crime in the eyes of some upper-caste Hindus.


    The question of surnames is something everyone is aware of. Upper-caste Hindus who do not know someone’s caste, and know that it is politically incorrect to ask directly, will try to find out a person’s surname so they can “place them” in society.


    Some people from lower castes have abandoned their surnames, going only by their first name, as a gesture of rebellion against being instantly branded the moment they utter their surname.


    Last year the elected councils of 24 villages in Haryana state near the Indian capital decided that no one could use their surname. Instead, they could use the name of the village as a surname.

    In Chennai, Sneha, a lawyer, has refused, as a matter of principle, to state her caste on any official document for 35 years. Finally, she obtained a certificate from the government stating what she wanted, namely, that she belonged to no caste.
    Cái hay của thói bảo hủ là nhiêu đó.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ốc View Post
    Brexit thiêt ra là Breturn chứ gì.
    Trường hợp cô bé đó thì Breturn là phải. Còn theo nguồn
    tin TV số 1 của Đức hồi 3 tây tháng Sáu năm nay thì số
    dân Anh xin nhập tịch Đức
    mỗi năm, đã tăng lên 15%. Tức
    là năm 2019 có 16 ngàn 600 người Anh xin nhập tịch Đức
    (con số cao nhất tính từ năm 2003).

    Cũng theo nguồn tin này, số lượng nhập tịch Đức lớn thứ nhì là
    16 ngàn 200 người Thổ Nhĩ Kỳ cũng rời bỏ Erdogan và xin nhập
    tịch Đức cùng năm. Đứng thứ ba là Ba Lan với 6000 đơn xin nhập
    tịch Đức khi chán ngấy thói độc tài của chính quyền hiện tại. Hai
    quốc gia đáng kể còn lại là Lỗ Ma Ni với 5800 người và Một Rắc
    với 4600 người quyết định bỏ quốc tịch mình và tìm quê hương
    mới ở xứ Phổ.

    Còn lại là lượng người ngoại quốc chia đều xuống 183 quốc gia
    xin nhập tich Đức năm 2019.

    Cho nên đối với người Anh, khái niệm Breturn và và Brexit không
    biết loại nào là "chủ lưu" (main stream).
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    Kéo nhau đi kiểu đó thì gọi là Brexodus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ốc View Post
    Kéo nhau đi kiểu đó thì gọi là Brexodus.

    Vexodus



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    Ừa mấy ông bà già còn nhớ chuyện đi tàu há mồm vào lam. Đi tàu mà há mồm sao không sợ bị gió vô bụng?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ốc View Post
    Ừa mấy ông bà già còn nhớ chuyện đi tàu há mồm vào lam. Đi tàu mà há mồm sao không sợ bị gió vô bụng?

    "Đây là con đường tự do của bạn" <<=== đau bụng hay là chết, dĩ nhiên người ta chọn cái đau bụng.
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    China to leapfrog U.S. as world's biggest economy by 2028, report says


    Employees work on photovoltaic products at a renewable energy company in Tonglu, China, on Wednesday. China will overtake the United States to become the world's biggest economy in 2028, five years earlier than previously estimated due to the contrasting recoveries of the two countries from the COVID-19 pandemic, a think tank said. | AFP-JIJI

    London – China will overtake the United States to become the world’s biggest economy in 2028, five years earlier than previously estimated due to the contrasting recoveries of the two countries from the COVID-19 pandemic, a think tank said.

    “For some time, an overarching theme of global economics has been the economic and soft power struggle between the United States and China,” the Centre for Economics and Business Research said in an annual report published on Saturday.

    “The COVID-19 pandemic and corresponding economic fallout have certainly tipped this rivalry in China’s favor.”

    The CEBR said China’s “skillful management of the pandemic,” with its strict early lockdown, and hits to long-term growth in the West meant China’s relative economic performance had improved.

    China looked set for average economic growth of 5.7% a year from 2021-25 before slowing to 4.5% a year from 2026-30.

    While the United States was likely to have a strong post-pandemic rebound in 2021, its growth would slow to 1.9% a year between 2022 and 2024, and then to 1.6% after that.

    Japan would remain the world’s third-biggest economy, in dollar terms, until the early 2030s when it would be overtaken by India, pushing Germany down from fourth to fifth.

    The United Kingdom, currently the fifth-biggest economy by the CEBR’s measure, would slip to sixth place from 2024.

    However, despite a hit in 2021 from its exit from the European Union’s single market, British GDP in dollars was forecast to be 23% higher than France’s by 2035, helped by Britain’s lead in the increasingly important digital economy.

    Europe accounted for 19% of output in the top 10 global economies in 2020 but that will fall to 12% by 2035, or lower if there is an acrimonious split between the EU and Britain, the CEBR said.

    It also said the pandemic’s impact on the global economy was likely to show up in higher inflation, not slower growth.

    “We see an economic cycle with rising interest rates in the mid-2020s,” it said, posing a challenge for governments which have borrowed massively to fund their response to the COVID-19 crisis.

    “But the underlying trends that have been accelerated by this point to a greener and more tech-based world as we move into the 2030s.”

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    Tập xử thần tử:

    China sentences top banker to death for corruption and bigamy
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...ion-and-bigamy

    Lai Xiaomin, previously chairman of one of China’s “big four” state-controlled asset management firms, China Huarong Asset Management Co, had pleaded guilty to the dozens of charges. He had been accused of soliciting almost 1.79bn yuan ($276.7m) in bribes over 10 years, a period when he was also acting as a regulator. The Tianjin court said Lai had abused his position to obtain the “extremely large” bribes, and the circumstances were “particularly serious”, including taking bribes to get people jobs, promotions or contracts.

    He was also found guilty of bigamy, for “living as man and wife” with another woman and fathering children, and of embezzling more than 25m yuan in public funds.

    The case has shocked China. Lai reportedly had safes and cupboards full of cash inside a Beijing flat he nicknamed “the supermarket”. He was also said to have held gold bars and luxury cars, a bank account in his mother’s name holding hundreds of millions of yuan, and more than 100 mistresses to whom he gave properties developed by a real estate subsidiary of Huarong, the Chinese Media group Caixin reported.
    Bắt hết đám tham nhũng đem xử tử thì chắc Tàu còn chừng 10 người.

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    Coi tin chuyến bay Nam Dương chợt nhớ đến chuyến bay Mã Lai... :-(


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