Monday, June 4, 2012

Snow in June

We weren't planning on mentioning the Tiananmen Square massacre anniversary this year... but then some bizarre news showed upon the internet.

Firstly, the Shanghai Stock Market fell 64.89 points today - "6", "4", "89" - the exact dates of the Tiananmen Square massacre.

Secondly, it hailed heavily in Beijing.  The saying "Frost in June" in Chinese culture relates to the notion of the heavens crying due to a great injustice.

Were the numbers at the Stock Market an omen?  Did the sky shed tears for the horrible injustices inflicted on the Chinese people by the corrupt Communist Party?

Is China reaching a breaking point?

Man Yung hopes that that the days of the Communist Party are numbered.

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