Idag skrev ett gäng med Kinakännare ett debattinlägg om hur de ser på Björklunds initiativ om mer kinesiska i skolan. Initiativet är bra, men det behövs mer, och överlag en förändrad attityd mot kunskaper om Kina. Sedan jag kom tillbaka från Kina har det slagit mig många gånger hur lite till exempel svenska journalister kan [...]Continue Reading "Det behövs mer kunskap om Kina."
A few weeks ago I was contacted by an advertiser that had found one of my youtube-clips and asked if he could use for an advertise for the Swedish Armed Forces. He told me that it would be about the flood disaster work the the Swedish Armed Forces do. So, to avoid the cognitive dissonance [...]Continue Reading "My video in an ad."
As we all have different views and perspectives of the world, we will probably learn different things from our experiences. I think that is quite natural, and therefor I was not very surprised by one group of “responders” to my expulsion, namely a few Swedish students with study experience in China. One of the first [...]Continue Reading "Response to a blogpost – part 3, A few Swedish students with China experience?"
Here comes the next post on the responses to my expulsion from China. And this is perhaps a bit extra fascinating. One of the Swedish nationalist blogs that wrote about me after my expulsion was the one by Lena Holfe (I hadn’t heard about her before). The blog main title is (my translation): “Save Sweden [...]Continue Reading "Response to a blogpost – part 2 “Freedom of Speech = Defamation = Attempted murder?”"
One of the most active kind of people to give response to my expulsion from China was Swedish nationalists. I got aware of several nationalistic blogs that I hadn’t heard about before and in the comments of many of the news articles, nationalists were also very active. I think I take up this ball now, [...]Continue Reading "Response to a blogpost – part 1?"
So, finally here, my “first” blogpost. This was initially meant to be posted somewhere around beginning or middle of August 2010, a few weeks before I left to China. I had kind of longed for it, felt the potential, but in some way it had also also frightened me, and it still does, especially after I came [...]Continue Reading "The first blogpost – a failure and how to blog."
October 30, 2011 at 15:00