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"My cousin Chua, the rat, told me--" said Chuchundra, and then he stopped.
You're right, Chuchundra; I should have talked to Chua."
M2 EQUITYBITES-26 May 2010-SGI appoints Philip Chua as managing director and VP of Asia Pacific and Japan(C)2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS
From the conquest of Alexander the Great to the rise of the United States, Chua uses historical examples to support her premise.
"The people could not accept (the scandal), so to me and my family it was better for me to resign so that I am not a liability to the national leadership," Chua, a married man with three children, said.
Married with three children, Chua owned up and apologized to the country Tuesday after DVD copies of him having sex with a woman he described as ''a personal friend'' began surfacing in his home state Johor, which borders Singapore.
(7.) Chua KB, Koh C, Hooi P, Wee K, Khong J, Chua B, et al.
Chua's argument is that it is extremely dangerous to impose globalisation on these types of societies--almost exclusively found in the developing world--because the free-markets and democracy mantra will only exacerbate existing ethnic divisions.
AMY CHUA'S NEW BOOK IS NOT LIKELY to receive a warm reception at the Department of State, the World Bank or the International Monetary Fund.
Instead, Chua claims that "simultaneous" liberalization of the markets and democratization in the face of a resented market-dominant minority, leads to ethnic tension and violence.
Each of these terse explanations--"not America" and "revenge"--is a key watchword in Chua's sobering vision of a bitterly divided world and the often bloody intersections of free markets and fledgling democracy.
Chua's own first analytical foray - into the 'unexplored world of counterpoint' (p.