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Robert Vance is a China based freelance writer and teacher who has traveled extensively throughout Asia and Latin America. He spent more than a decade as a radio broadcaster in the United States before moving to Asia to focus on writing about Chinese Culture. He has also lived and traveled throughout Mexico and Central America. He holds a degree in Spanish and International Studies from the University of Michigan. Presently, he is the senior editor at TeachAbroadChina.com which provides useful cultural information and tips for ex-pats living in the People's Republic of China. He also writes daily op-ed articles about Chinese culture and politics which appear on the website. His specialties include Latin American and Asian culture, Internet and Web content, politics, world travel, working abroad, and world affairs.

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Sex and Hypocrisy -- the Edison Chen Scandal The reaction to the Edison Chen scandal demonstrates hypocrisy in a society that is undergoing a quiet yet powerful sexual revolution.
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How a burning torch ignites the world's conscience The events in Paris yesterday show that the Tibet issue is not going away. But the Chinese government is not going to concede on Tibet because they have too much to lose.