(52) Nan Bujin
, Kindai bungaku no Chosen taiken [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (Tokyo: Benseishuppan, 2002), 55.
It is a common strategy for a Chinese politician to convert his or her bureaucratic constituency into a factional power base, so that an independent kingdom (dull wangguo) or a mountain stronghold (shantou) is created, wherein interests and loyalties are so tightly bound that "you cannot stick a pin in" (zhen cha bujin
), as Mao realized in September 1965, when he tried to force Peng Zhen to criticize (his own vice-mayor) Wu Han for the latter's play Hai Rui's Dismissal.
NOT sure about the starting line-up, possible weaknesses are covered on the bench and should see Wales through without too much embarrassment.
WELL I am quite impressed by this bit of news.
Musicians from the 1920s to the present day are also wanted, and the following keep fit groups: gymnastics, circuit training, aerobics, army cadet drill display, cheerleading, yoga, bujin
ryu, Chinese Qigong, gentle exercise and gym tots.