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Monotony May be China's Real Weapon in the South China Sea — The Chinese regime has been gaining traction in its takeover of the South China Sea, but you wouldn't know this by reading the papers. The reason ties into an unfortunate trait in journalism. Basically, China is doing so much in the South China Sea that it's no longer news.

6 Advanced Ancient Inventions Beyond Modern Understanding — The universe is full of mysteries that challenge our current knowledge. In "Beyond Science" Epoch Times collects stories about these strange phenomena to stimulate the imagination and open up previously undreamed of possibilities. Are they true? You decide.

Need More Energy? Here's What You Should Eat for Breakfast — High energy snacks that are healthy and cheap to make are great to have available for hungry kids and parents alike. Sprouted grains make quick, simple meals that are as nutritious as they are delicious. Soak a cup of whole wheat berries in plenty of water overnight In a second container, soak a cup of raw hulled sunflower seeds in two cups of water.

All About Ginseng — Did you know there are different types of ginseng and they are all considered potent herbs for helping the body adapt to stress - both mental and physical. Ginseng is best known for its ability to stimulate your immune system and fight fatigue and stress.

4 Secrets to Baking Awesome Gluten-Free Holiday Desserts — Want to bake your own gluten-free desserts for the holidays? It's not as simple as substituting one type of flour for another, but it's not as hard as you might think! In a Care2 exclusive, Nicole Hunn, author of Gluten-Free on a Shoestring Bakes Bread: Biscuits, Bagels, Buns, and more, generously shares her secrets for homemade gluten-free desserts for the holidays.

Chinese Chicken Nearly Got Into US Public Schools — Kids in public schools might have been served chicken processed in China, were it not for an amendment included in the omnibus spending bill passed by Congress last week. "None of the funds made available by this Act may be used to procure processed poultry products imported into the United States from the People's Republic of China for use in the school lunch program," states the revised bill.

Seattle Police Hackathon Friday — Seattle could be at the forefront of 21st century policing if a hackathon planned for this Friday is any indication. The 1,500-strong police department, of which 700 are patrol officers, is making the unusual move of using the public as a resource to find technical solutions to some of the access and privacy issues that body-worn police cameras present.

On the Ball: The Case of Tom Coughlin: Staying or Going? — I remember when the Giants hired Tom Coughlin. It was early January 2004 and a friend of mine (a die-hard Giants fan) was so excited about the hire, he boldly predicted a division title the very next season-it didn't happen, not that Coughlin was necessarily to blame for Eli Manning's rookie year performance.

2014 a Big Year for Canada in Tennis, Basketball, Hockey — Looking at the year in sports for 2014, Canada made its mark in tennis and basketball while confirming its dominance in Olympic hockey. Outstanding individual performances and teams coming together to achieve greatness marked the year 2014. Canada has firmly put itself on the tennis map with the emergence of top-10 stars Milos Raonic and Eugenie Bouchard.

Human Rights Protesters Illegally Arrested During the EU-China Summit in Belgrade — Nine human rights protesters were illegally arrested in Belgrade, Serbia, yesterday evening just before the summit between China and Central and Eastern Europe countries. They are citizens of Bulgaria and Russia who had gone to Belgrade to hold a peaceful protest against the persecution of Falun Gong practitioners, the largest group of prisoners of conscience in China.
Dec 16, 2014

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What Xiaomi's Lacking Patents Tells us About its Culture — Xiaomi's rise to become the third smartphone maker in the world has a few quirks. Aside from the fact that spying software has been found pre-installed on its devices, it also lacks a strong portfolio of patents. In a recent article on Xiaomi, New York Times had a sentence on the state of Xiaomi's patents.