D.卡尔顿 罗西
D. Carlton Rossi


                               Clarion Call to Release John Chang

Justin Trudeau is set to visit China. The exact purpose of the trip has not been specified. This means that the purpose of the trip is not transparent. There has been no transparency about preparatory (predatory) closed-trade talks since the beginning. Coincidentally, the purpose and plans of the Canada Infrastructure Bank have been equally opaque. Isn't it obvious that preparations for the CIB fit like a glove on the trade sleight of hand?

Amy Chang who is the daughter of Canadian farmer, family entrepreneur John Chang has called for the delay of free-trade talks with mainland China until her father is released. Naturally, this request is from the heart, but it is also from the intellect. It makes eminent sense to delay indefinitely free-trade talks until John Chang is released. His civil case has transformed into a criminal case--as some suspect-- because he did not pay a bribe. Are bribes necessary to conduct free-trade with China? If so then it is not free-trade nor will it ever be. Canadians will never be able to trade freely under the threat of imprisonment where there is no recourse to rule of law. It appears rather that the Liberal government is trying to serve the interests of big corporations and ignore the interests of entrepreneurs who create the bulk of middle-class jobs in Canada.

There is only one logical, ethical and legal reason for Justin Trudeau to go to China in the coming week. It is to free John Chang. If Trudeau and his entourage go to to China for any other reason then it is misguided and misinformed. If they are not able to free John Chang then a lawsuit under the FIFA agreement would be in order. Why is Trudeau so vigorously trying to preserve one of the dispute resolution mechanisms of NAFTA and also request a panel review of countervailing duty of softwood lumber from Canada when it has not pursued the dispute resolution process of the China-Canada FIFA during the entire incarceration of John Chang, trumped up charges and kangaroo court conviction? Chinese concerns exercise the FIFA resolution process with impudicity while Canada negligently neglects to exercise its rights to resolve disputes because they wish to pacify Chinese bullies. John Chang is not smiling. Why is Justin Trudeau smiling?

D.卡尔顿 罗西

D. Carlton Rossi



                                                      The Chang Family

Trudeau urged to delay trade talks
until China frees two Canadians

Robert Fife and Steven Chase


November 28, 2017

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is being urged to postpone free-trade talks with China until the authoritarian regime frees two Canadians who have been detained for more than 20 months over a customs duty dispute.

Amy Chang, whose father and mother have been trapped in China since March, 2016, wrote to Mr. Trudeau on Monday, asking him to "directly help free my parents" when he meets President Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Li Keqiang next week.

"I am asking you to delay launching formal free-trade negotiations with China until my parents are back home safely in Canada," Ms. Chang wrote in the letter to Mr. Trudeau that was provided to The Globe and Mail.

"If your government cannot protect and defend honest Canadian business people in China today, how will you be able to protect and defend honest Canadians doing business in China after we have a free-trade agreement?"



                       Amy Chang   CEO   Lulu Island Winery

The Case of John Chang


A few Canadians know about the takeover of Black Hills Estate Winery, Gray Monk Estate Winery and Tinhorn Creek Vineyards by Andrew Peller Ltd.


All Canadians know about the wildfires which affected the Mendocino, Napa and Sonoma counties in California. It may affect the supply and taste of Napa and Sonoma wines for years to come.


                           John Chang and his wife Allison Lu

Almost no Canadians know about the current fate of the Canadian, family entrepreneur known as John Chang of Lulu Island Winery who was arrested and tried for alleged smuggling of icewine into China. His case deserves the highest priority of the Canadian government. Sadly, though, it seems that the case and human rights in general have been sacrificed on the altar of preparatory Canada-China free-trade talks. They sacrifice so much for so little.                             



Troubled waters: the South China Sea dispute

May 27, 2015

OVER THE SOUTH CHINA SEA (May 20, 2015) Sailors assigned to Patrol Squadron (VP) 45 conduct flight operations aboard a P-8A Poseidon over the South China Sea.

During the flight, the crew of the P-8A documented several warnings, issued by China’s People's Liberation Army Navy (PLAN), to leave the area.

The mission documented the continued expansion of reefs which have been turned into man-made islands with airport infrastructure in the South China Sea. VP-45 is on deployment supporting U.S. 7th Fleet operations in the Pacific. (U.S. Navy video/Released/)

Length of Video 12:00



                           The Selden Map courtesy the Bodleian Library, Oxford

Poetic Interpretation of The Selden Map

Historians deal with facts or at least as many as they can find. They piece together these facts gleaned from documentary evidence such as wills, acts of parliament, laws and speeches. Then, they try to interpret these facts to discern a particular pattern. However, history somewhat resembles the field of archeology where about nine-tenths of the evidence still remains buried.Therefore, the art of history and archeology tend to generalize about what might have happened around a few specific facts.

The origin of The Selden Map is uncertain and even the year in which it was drawn. Historians say that its creation lies between 1607 and 1619. The map depicts trade routes in the South China Sea at the time of the Ming Dynasty. The cartographer is unknown; although, a scholar whose name was John Selden saved the map for posterity by bequeathing it in a will. The map remained buried, so to speak, in a vault at Oxford until it was realized that it might have something to say about the territorial claims in the South China Sea.

Historians examine the trades routes and consider the accuracy of the map. They decipher the Chinese writing on the map. They look at the islands depicted and the coastlines displayed. They don't pay much attention to the flora since it might be regarded as just an artistic embellishment. They are not aware of any fauna. They might scoff at the idea that a person(s) or figure is represented on the map.

However, it might be argued that The Selden Map is much more than a cartographic representation of the South China Sea. It should also be considered as an artistic creation; so, it seems its artistic aspect should not be overlooked. Actually, if one considers facts alone, it may never have been used by an actual mariner or have been designed for that purpose.

D. Carlton Rossi has designed eight poems or images which are collectively called The Selden Poems. They represent the third series of image poems that include the Celestial Giza and Banpo Poetry series. Earlier, there was a "word" poem called El Entierro de Carlos, Infante de España which was filled with images and represents a poetic interpretation of El Greco's painting called El Entierro del Conde de Orgaz.

The poet does not wish to explain The Selden Poems. If he wished to explain them then he would have written the poems rather than used images from The Selden Map. An explanation is a kind of translation which is one step away from the original. If one wishes to really understand The Selden Map then one must look at the map rather than an explanation of it or a copy of it.

A copy of the map has been provided on the internet courtesy of the Bodleian Library at Oxford. It allows the viewer to examine the map in detail. This paper will look at several images which have not hitherto been highlighted on the map through The Selden Poems. The images may give the viewer some inkling of how the entire map might be considered from an imaginative, poetic, point of view. Those images are buried deep in the subconscious and are revealed through free association among other ways.


The first set of images is the compass and ruler. One might wonder why the ruler is not quite horizontal but is slanted downward. The slant may indicate the angle which geographic north differs from magnetic north. Is the reading on the compass done at that particular geographic location?


                            Inclination at Kyoto, Japan (2015)

It may be noted that the compass is roughly at the same latitude as Japan to the east. Scientists are aware that compasses off the coast of Japan point to Lake Baikal, Siberia to the west. "The reason why we have now westward declination in Japan is probably due to the presence of a strong, positive, geomagnetic anomaly around Lake Baikal in Siberia. The N-poles of magnetic needles tend to be attracted to the anomaly to show westward declinations around Japan."


                                       Lake Baikal, Siberia

A compass is usually held horizontally. In the northern hemisphere it will point in the direction of the north of the Earth which is the South pole of the Earth's magnet. However, the magnetic field is not only horizontally aligned but also vertically aligned. This means it not only indicates the direction of north and south but also "in or out" of the earth. In Japan, the very tip of the needle "dips" toward the magnetic anomaly beneath the surface of the waters of Lake Baikal where there is a rift formation. To compensate for this dip a modern compass is balanced at the other end.

The ruler which is present at the top of the Selden Map is obviously a way to measure distances on the map. The eight "X's" which are present are marked to facilitate the measurement of distances. It is conjectured though that the "X's" could stand for eight directions found on the compass.

                             The Big Dipper Asterism

Is it possible that the "X's" could represent the seven stars of the Big Dipper which is part of Ursa Major (the Bear)? Normally, the Dipper is considered to have seven stars, but there is another one present to the naked eye which is Alcor next to Mizar. These stars are Alkaid, Mizar-Alcor, Alioth, Megrez, Phecda, Merak and Dubhe. Alcor is either considered apart from the "canonical" or conventional seven or part of the binary Mizar-Alcor set. At any rate, eight "X's" do not equal seven stars.

The term "center of gravity" applies to a situation where there is a balance. For example, if one slips one's finger under a ruler at a point between both ends then one can balance it. This point is the center of gravity. It would correspond to the location of the infinity symbol. A line might be drawn upward from this symbol in the middle of the ruler to the point at the center of the directional compass. That point would be equivalent to the North Star.

The symbol though is not composed of flowing curves like a typical infinity symbol, but rather straight lines forming partial triangles and curves or partial circles capping the ends. Since triangles can be used to compose squares it seems to suggest to the poet an approximate way to square a circle.


The stars Dubhe and Merak found in the bowl of the Big Dipper point directly to Polaris. The axis of the Earth also points almost directly to Polaris. This is why the Pole Star(s) is often called the Lode Star. Obviously, though, the Earth's magnet is not attracted to the Pole Star, but is coincidentally and approximately aligned with it. The Pole Star has been used throughout history by mariners to find north.


The Big Dipper can also be used to calculate time. The poet is aware that cowboys on the open plains of the American Mid-West used the position of the Big Dipper to calculate two hour shifts throughout the night. For example, at 24 hours the Big Dipper is in the North and so Dubhe and Merak point directly downward to Polaris. The Dipper then shifts in what appears to be a counter clockwise direction so that time can be calculated in one hour increments on a twenty-four hour clock.

In the middle of the ruler is a special symbol which is a super "X". It has been converted into a symbol which resembles infinity. On either side of the infinity symbol is a triangle pointing north. This triangle may itself represent a mechanical compass used in geometry. If one were to press down the needle of this compass and turn the knob then one can form a circle. The apex of the mechanical compass is the center of this dry compass. Chinese mariners though using maps indicating trade routes who plied the seas actually used wet compasses or needles floating on water.

However, an inquisitive and intrepid poet of the seventeenth century who was off the coast of Japan might simply follow the direction of the compass to Lake Baikal. The mischievous monkey, Sun Wukong, or the Monkey King might also use the needle behind his ear in a compass so that he knows the direction of the Northern Sea which he can reach in a single bound. Then, he can test the intellect and ingenuity of the Dragon King of Wells and Springs.


The poet now wishes to draw your attention to an "L'image" poem of the Celestial Giza Series. It is called 天体精密機器. It is pronounced in Japanese as Seresutiaru no seimitsu kiki. This may be translated as The Celestial Precision Instruments. In other words, these tools are not only found on the top of The Selden Map, but may be imagined in the heavens. Were they seen by the ancients as instruments to build the structures at Giza and their celestial versions near the binary Polestar system of Draconis 11 and 10 at the top of the North Circumpolar Rectangle between the Big and Little Dippers? Today, the Polestar is actually a system of three stars rotating around a barycenter or the common center of mass.

There appears to be another mystery concerning the rectangle within a rectangle which is located to the right of the compass. Naturally, one assumes that the larger rectangle represents the map itself which is rectangular in shape. However, what does the smaller rectangle within it signify?

The poet guesses that these rectangles represent the bowls of the two Dippers. In other words, the smaller bowl of the Little Dipper is within the bigger bowl of the Big Dipper. If one combines the ruler with the large rectangle then one has the Big Dipper.

This would mean that the four stars of the bowl of the Big Dipper (which Chinese students prayed to for good marks in the distant past) combined with four stars of the bowl of the Little Dipper would add up to eight stars represented on the map's ruler.

The Big Dipper was recognized as the chariot of the Emperor. He was able to control the four seasons with it. One image of The Selden Poem series indicates the Emperor blowing the wind.

The south-pointing chariot carried a movable pointer to always show the south direction. According to legend the Yellow Emperor Huangdi invented the south pointing chariot around 2634 B.C. He used it to navigate through fog in order to find and defeat the enemy. 


However, one does not have to go through such mental gymnastics to get four stars within the bowl of the Big Dipper. On the ancient Dunhuang star chart of around 700 or the reign of Emperor Zhongzong of Tang (705-710) there are four stars in the form of a square within the big bowl. They represent the seat of divine justice. This gives a total of eight stars where four are within and four are without.


天体枢轴   copyright   D. Carlton Rossi
translated    The Celestial Pivot

Your attention is now drawn to two of The Selden Poems which are respectively called The Chinese Cardinal Directions (representing the five elements) and The Chinese Zodiac of twelve animals. Both poems are in a circular shape on rectangular backgrounds. One could place the circle of The Chinese Cardinal directions within a smaller rectangle at the center of the the larger circle of The Chinese Zodiac bounded by a larger rectangle. The images would rotate around a central point in the heaven corresponding to the barycenter of Polaris A, Ab and B or the Yellow Emperor. In other words, it is not nothingness at the center.

It is also imagined by the poet that the compass may represent our own Sun, too. The Sun is placed within the larger bowl. The Moon may be represented as the white disc on the left side of The Selden Map. It is smaller than the Sun. The letter "L' appears on it which might stand for the word "Luna" or Latin for moon or goddess. The Moon is surrounded by what appear to be rings and clouds. In other words, the Moon and the Sun would be rotating around their barycenter which is near the center of the Sun.


If the Moon covers the Sun one might also look upon it as an eclipse. A total eclipse of the Sun was centered on the Maluka Islands in the Banda Sea on June 30, 1601. It was preceeded by a volcanic eruption on Mt. Sinabung, Sumatra in 1600 which would have spewed ash into the atmosphere thus obscuring the sun; although, needless to say, there was no scientic connection between the eclipse and volcanic eruption.

To be continued regarding a possible North Sea image of Lake Baikal.

Full references will be added later.

D.卡尔顿 罗西
D. Carlton Rossi

revised 2017年12月08日


                                                             MAO Yushi


茅于轼 天则经济研究所荣誉理事长

November 13, 2017


Mao Yushi: reviewing "property can not be public"

Mao Yushi Tianzhi Economic Research Institute Honorary Chairman

November 13, 2017 

Three hundred years ago, John Locke, a British philosopher, said: Property can not be made public; power can not be privately owned. Today, three hundred years later, we revisit these words and deeply understand the profoundness of his thoughts. The splendor of this sentence can still illuminate human society so far and help many people wake up.


Because of public ownership, the state has established many public enterprises, called state-owned enterprises. State-owned enterprises should be owned by the whole people. However, in fact, Chinese citizens have not tasted the taste of business owners. Nominally state-owned enterprises are entrusted to the management of state-owned assets to manage. But in fact they have almost become the private property of these managers and have become the private property of the managers of a handful of State-owned enterprises through the public ownership of the wealth created by the people. Evidence is that state-owned profits do not have to be turned over and all are reserved for their own use. Until the first three years, it was stipulated that profits of state-owned enterprises should be submitted. However, its ratio is very low, requiring only 10% of the profits turned over to 30% by 2020. In fact, the initial state-owned profits are all turned over. But managers have no incentive to create profits. Therefore, the provisions may not be turned over to encourage the enthusiasm of state-owned enterprise managers. This shows that state-owned enterprises have been privatized. Owners of state-owned enterprises can not manage them, only privatization can encourage managers enthusiasm. State-owned enterprises deliver public assets to private pipelines through public ownership. Recently, the anti-graft campaign found that the problems of corruption and corruption are common in the big state-owned enterprises, and the private enterprises do not have these problems. It also shows that state-owned enterprises are the conduit for delivering public property to private individuals.



                                                             Terry Glavin

The Liberals are dangerously wrong on China.
They always have been

Trudeau is prepared for more of the same collaboration and connivance with this monstrous gangster state, only strengthened, and 'even greater'

Terry Glavin

National Post

December 1, 2017

Now that Canada has lately become notoriously and uniquely supine among the G7 countries in its dealings with the increasingly bellicose and tyrannical regime in Beijing, and with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau again jetting off to China, the usual background noise of humbug, half-truth and outright lies will be at full volume. It is very much an open question whether there is something either preposterously naive or scandalous and sinister underlying the Trudeau government’s unseemly enthusiasm for the Chinese Communist Party leadership, but for the moment, let’s set that question aside and just focus on the propaganda we’re being expected to stomach.

We can start with the premise for the visit, as articulated by Prime Minister Trudeau himself. “A strong relationship with China is essential to creating jobs, strengthening the middle class, and growing the Canadian economy.” This is of course the kind of boilerplate that anyone should be capable of recognizing as hogwash on methamphetamines, but never mind that. Let’s not even entertain any speculation about how loudly President Xi Jinping and his ministers will laugh at Trudeau’s comical claim that a “closer relationship” will mean “more opportunity to hold regular, frank dialogue on human rights issues like good governance, freedom of speech, and the rule of law.” Under Xi’s tyranny, Beijing has dropped all pretence that it is on some long march to the rule of law and democracy. But let’s not dwell on that.

Bizarrely, not even a mention of the Canada-China free trade agreement that Trudeau’s government has been so obsessively trying to convince us all to want. Never mind. Let’s look only at this: “I look forward to meeting again with China’s leaders to strengthen our relationship and set the stage for even greater trade and investment co-operation.”

So, more of the same collaboration and connivance with this monstrous gangster state, only strengthened, and “even greater.” And of course it’s all about “strengthening the middle class.”

Okay then. How’s that been working out?




Beware risks of business with China: former ambassador

Lynn Desjardins

November 30, 2017

A former Canadian ambassador to China says the Canadian government is not doing a good enough job of warning people of the risks of doing business in China. Chinese authorities have imprisoned Canadian wine producer John Chang for over 20 months and his wife’s passport has been confiscated because of a customs dispute. And his is not the only such case.

Former ambassador saw several cases a year “My specific concern related to cases of Canadian business people…who are involved in a commercial dispute in China that suddenly becomes… a criminal matter which leads to the intimidation and sometimes the imprisonment of a Canadian,” said David Mulroney, former ambassador and now president of the University of St. Michael’s College in Toronto.

“We need to have a comprehensive strategy that includes thinking about consular affairs—so, how to protect Canadians in China, thinks about cyber espionage, thinks about how China has a wider impact on our foreign policy…A free trade agreement should be one element in a very comprehensive and sophisticated foreign policy that I simply haven’t seen us developing yet.”

The department of Global Affairs currently features one line in its travel advisory for China that says, "Canadian business travellers have been detained and had their passports confiscated as a result of business disputes with their Chinese counterparts."

Mr. Mulroney said this caution is buried too deep in a multipage document and should instead be given prominent placement in advice offered by Canada to its citizens.

"The warning should be 'You may be caught up in a business dispute that morphs into a criminal dispute and you will be imprisoned or your passport will be taken away. And our consular ability to help you will be limited or none,'" the former envoy said.

Mr. Mulroney said incidents of Canadians detained in China over commercial disputes were increasing during his tenure in China but that many of those ensnared in such matters preferred to keep quiet about what happened either because they had relatives in China or wished to keep doing business in that country.

"It's an all-too-common occurrence and it's designed to intimidate the foreign party. … Suddenly a commercial dispute you would willingly fight out in court is now a matter of your own freedom – and it's very hard for people not to crumble under that kind of pressure," the former envoy said.

He said Ottawa is not sufficiently addressing what has happened to Mr. Chang and his wife or the implications for Canadian business.

"If a Canadian business person who has been a poster boy for doing business with China is wrongfully imprisoned that is a very difficult and very real issue," he said.


Listen to David Mulroney on Chinese risks
11:20 minutes



China’s Next Potential Boom Spot: The Places People Overlook

Michael Schuman
DEC. 1, 2017

Such change is luring urban entrepreneurs such as Zhou Jian. Mr. Zhou, a 33-year-old resident of Nanjing, a major city in eastern China, figured that large-scale farming would also need more money. In 2013, he founded Nongfenqi E-Commerce Company, which helps arrange loans for farming families from banks and other lenders.

Nongfenqi has since arranged about $150 million in loans, opened more than 100 offices spread around rural China and hired 800 employees. “The upgrading of the market allows businesses like us to serve these big farmers,” Mr. Zhou said.



                                                        Nathan Vanderklippe

The Globe and Mail

Nathan Vanderklippe

Alexandra Li

November 23, 2017

Canada is far less economically reliant on China than Australia. But its large population of Chinese immigrants has also made it a target for the United Front Work Department and other arms of the Communist Party and Chinese government tasked with exerting Beijing's influence abroad.

Everyday Chinese in Canada continue to show "a very limited degree" of political interest--but that, the authors suggest, provides fertile ground for united-front influence.

United Front Theory and the Frontier of Its Practice Professor Clive Hamilton, Charles Stuart University


                                             John Robson

Courting a Menace

Financial Post

John Robson

November 23, 2017

[China's economy] is "an instrument of state power. Chinese corporations investing abroad are tentacles of the state while foreign trade is a political activity, selling goods below their true value cost in labour and environmental degradation to earn foreign currency for geopolitical purposes.

The whole enterprise is profoundly misguided, and would be dangerous to the Chinese themselves even without additional problems of excessive debt, fraud, kleptocracy and demographic decline. But China's cavernous weaknesses are not reassuring for us because the most dangerous combination geopolitically is short-term optimism and long-term pessimism.

How is it that Justin Trudeau is still as starry-eyed about China as so much of the global jet set is about Trudeau? What does he think about China's misconduct abroad and at home, its economic fragility, repression and ham-fisted aggression? Does he think about it at all?"


Ms. Liu said that the Group is a private enterprise with "clear property rights and sound system". At the corporate governance level it is the first private enterprise constitutional system with implementation of ownership, decision-making power, the right to operate and parallel, mutual restraint. The board of directors and the board of supervisors as well as the chairman and general manager of the three committees are elected by election. The supervisor of the board shall adopt the system of family election succession. At the meeting, we all expressed our admiration for the private entrepreneurs who took root in rural areas. In particular, the system was designed over 12 years with the independence of the private enterprises and the family business tradition. It has "private, public rule and sharing".



"From today,dare to speak to the people; from today, dare to roar to the people; from today, dare to confront injustice." In addition, everyone encourage each other.


As a cadre, to dare to let subordinates write questions and expose the contradictions by allowing tears to fall on the summary. If everyone's summary is the development of the future-- a better future with no doubts and conflicts--and if you see the problem and/or are dissatisfied with the company and work and just complain privately then leadership will never hear them. What does that mean?

Of course, Sun Dawu is referring specifically to the required practice of writing a summary of performance (which includes himself as an employee). However, it does not take much imagination to apply it to accountability in the more general situation of China.




                                                            Fu Shan

The above picture is copyrighted by D. Carlton Rossi since it is a digital enhancement of the original. It shows the fish-face of the Yellow Emperor Huangdi who united the tribes at Fushan and drew the totem. On the right is the fish and in the middle is the crocodile. Together they make up the face of Emperor Huangdi in the poet's opinion. It is a place where heaven and earth meet. Fu Shan is the most sacred place in China. The mountain is under the custodianship of its official protector--SUN Dawu.


                                                          SUN Dawu 孙大午




                         SUN Dawu  孙大午    Mao Yushi  茅于轼 

Beijing Tianzheng Economic Research Institute:

Forward microblogging

Mao Yushi: All power needs to be supervised. The state's set up a safety committee concentrates a lot of power. The security of the country is more secure, but is personal security affected? The freedom of the individual has been so damaged. The concentration of power must be supervised accordingly; otherwise, the power of non-supervision is terrible to all--especially for those involved in political struggle.


专访茅于轼夫人:我从民国走来 最大成就是家庭

September 14, 2017









Video 13. 14 seconds


In more than 60 years of marriage, gentle, tolerant fellow lady Zhao Yanling did not turn around when Mao Yushi was in trouble.

Zhao Yanling's choice, as early as married Mao Yushi already made. As her husband put her heart on her career, she was academically weak and ill-tempered. She had to concentrate more on family and more trivial matters, serving her elderly people, taking care of her children, and dealing with all sorts of contacts.

She is not regarded as an intellectual with a heart to heart, rarely talking about the country affairs. Instead of doing things for the masses and the country like Mao Yushi, she follows the principles of husband and wife and life to support and take care of her husband carefully and patiently.

However, her logic of life supports and protects the logic of Mao's own family.

"Third party" acquaintance 

Mao Yushi was born in Nanjing in 1929. His grandfather Mao Zedong, served as deputy secretary of the Qingjiang and Zhejiang coalition revolutionary army headquarters; foreign grandfather Chen Xi 濂, when Guangxu Jinshi; father Mao Yixin, the famous railway mechanical engineering experts; two uncle Mao Yisheng, a generation bridge master; South Mao, Japan "returnees."

Like Mao Yushi, Zhao Yanling was also born in a big family in Jiangnan. Her grandfather and her grandfather were all merchants. Her father ran an egg factory in Zhangjiakou. She and her family live in the deep courtyard of Suzhou, living a lavish life, the family invited a number of nannies, hired a driver.


The evolution of the Private Entrepreneurs Constitutional System along with its practical application in the Dawu Group and its subsidiaries over the last thirty-two years provides a way to transition from the model of State Capitalism to Market Economy. Sun Dawu establishes an ideal city through Confucian values based on the family.

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