1. There is absolutely no reason for us to believe that a brighter future for the world is an impossibility.
2. Meteorologists offer computer models leaving little doubt that this year's El Nino phenomenon has disappeared.
3. Facts prove the unjustifiability of claims that China will be unable to feed itself by the year 2020.
4. Previous explanations of the rising divorce rate in China are simply untenable. The fact is that many marriages were simply based on convenience and wives are no longer willing to accept the abusive domineering attitudes of husbands.
5. Claim that entering the Chinese market offers foreign companies an immediate road to profits are grossly misstated and have been proven wrong time and again. The key to entering China rests with the phraseology "vast potential market", and how long one is willing to wait for returns.
6. Parents are not wrong in enforcing good study habits, but they must not do so at the expense of stifling normal child development.
7. It is quite reasonable to assume that modern science and technology (S&T) will continue to advance. It is no less reasonable to believe that S&T will radically improve the way we live. However, the same reasoning cannot be applied to improving social interaction.
8. Belief in the wonders of modern medical science is quite understandable. It is also quite possible that our faith in the ability of scientists to find the key for prolonging life are well-founded. Yet, the wisdom of prolonging life remains in question when considering the already massive global population and projected future growth.
9. It is one thing to support euthanasia, but quite another to offer any justification for genocide.
10. Claiming the need for censorship is one thing, but rationally proving its redeeming values represents a quite different issue.