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Reject Beijing's Green Dam-Youth Escort

To Dell Inc.

Dear Sir or Madam:
 
For two centuries, America had been admired by the rest of the world as the “land of the free.”  And it is this freedom that fostered the information revolution.  Gave birth to Dell.  So that Dell's employees have great jobs.  Dell's shareholders get to enjoy great wealth.  Michael Dell made it to the Forbes 400.

Last Updated ( Sunday, 05 July 2009 16:11 ) Read more...
 
 

Hewlett-Packard's Profit Growth and Freedom of Speech

Dear Sir or Madam:
 
I have always had great respect for your venerable company, a legend of Silicon Valley, that was founded in 1939.  Aside from HP's melange of entrepreneurial drive and high social conscience, I am particularly impressed with co-founder, David Packard.  According to Jim Collins, the author of Built to Last, Mr. Packard was on the record for stating that "a company has a greater responsibility than making money for its stockholders."  In 1949, Mr. Packard, the then 37-year-old had the moral courage to openly state his view point to his elders in the CEO club.

Last Updated ( Sunday, 05 July 2009 16:10 ) Read more...
 


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Newsflash

Chinese officials yesterday gave high praise to the Chinese Nationalist Party’s (KMT) statement that both sides of the Taiwan Strait should implement the “one China” principle in their legal and political systems, and conduct cross-strait relations with the principle as its basis.

The remarks by Taiwan Affairs Office Director Zhang Zhijun (張志軍) came in the wake of President Ma Ying-jeou’s (馬英九) recent reply to Chinese President Xi Jinping’s (習近平) telegram congratulating him on his re-election as KMT chairman, in which Ma said: “Both sides of the Taiwan Strait reached a consensus in 1992 to express each other’s insistence on the ‘one China’ principle.”