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Building Bridges and Mending Fences: A Chinese Dream for America    

By Peter V
1280 Views | 30 Comments | 11/27/2018 1:57:06 PM
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#2018-12-01 17:42:13 by WarmLifeGz7 @WarmLifeGz7


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Nice to see you again sir,  your appointment has been confirmed ... Your id already synched ...   down the hall and to the left ...  You know the routine .. 

Never underestimate the tenacity of those who ... have no idea of what they are doing ...   and You Dude are really good at it .... LOL

#2018-12-01 18:14:49 by paulfox1 @paulfox1


Or the world could just go back to free energy!

#2018-12-01 18:15:31 by roughdiamond @roughdiamond


i think its time for you to respectfully take your head from your aniss

China Followed by India are the real POWwers to be.....


#2018-12-01 18:21:07 by roughdiamond @roughdiamond


at last  someone with some plain, simple, no nonsencencal sence

apoligies for my spelling

#2018-12-05 01:07:07 by QinQL @QinQL


This is the website I read from the internet’’s about an ‘artificial sun’.

melcyan,I also got news that China is a participant of the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) project located in southern France. Other participants include India, Japan, Russia, South Korea and the United States, and the reactor is expected to begin testing in 2025

John,提到Fukishima, and ‘the rather careless genetic modification of human babies genes in China‘(这件事已经受到国内舆论的一致批评,中国政府也已经出动阻止), 我能理解你的担心和害怕。 不用说中国或世界的科学发展有多辉煌, 我也承认任何一项科学的探索实验都会有失败甚至事与愿违,就像福岛的核泄漏事故,还有美国载人飞船失事等,但人类对未知世界的探索未曾停止。美国载人飞船失事之后再次多次尝试并发射成功。比如机器人,有人就担心机器人会摧毁我们人类自己。这种担心不是说不要考虑,而是,既然考虑到了,科学工作者就会不断完善机器人的设计,毕竟机器人非凡的学习能力和工作能力都是在人类的设计中的。再比如说很多人喜欢猫猫狗狗,我就担心他们会咬人,得狂犬病而死,但他们就完成不担心,愿意充当猫猫狗狗的爸爸妈妈照顾好他们,和动物们像亲密朋友一样共度时光。

John,I can understand you when talking about Fukishima, and ‘the rather careless genetic modification of human babies genes in China’ (this matter has been unanimously criticized by domestic public opinion, the Chinese government has also been dispatched to stop). Needless to say, the scientific development of China or the world is brilliant. I also admit that any scientific exploration experiment will have failures and even counterproductives, like the nuclear accident in Fukushima and the crash of the US manned spaceship, human beings have never stopped exploring the unknown world. After the US manned spacecraft crashed, many more attempts were made and launched successfully. For example, robots, some people worry that robots will destroy us human beings. This kind of worry is not to say not to consider, but, since it is taken into consideration, scientists will continue to improve the design of robots. After all, the extraordinary learning ability and working ability of robots are in the design of human beings. For another example, To many people who are close friends with cats and dogs, but I am worried that they will bite people like me and die from rabies. 
In short, in the past 5 years, my daily life has changed so fast, hanging out and going shopping, I need not carry a bag with a wallet in , but just a mobile phone. A small pretty strawberry bag unfolds as a big bag to collect what I have bought from markets. The map is also useless. If the mobile phone is not connected to the network, the satellite navigation system can help me very well. China's high-speed rail extends in many directions.  The unmanned aircraft will first grab the courier's rice bowl, haha. Great, China! Great, the world! 

John, are you still threatening? I hope I would be one of Chinese scientists who is able to give you detail explainalations and guarantee our safe. 

#2018-12-13 21:52:33 by oldghost @oldghost

Mass poverty is a reality in America too.  It is easy to overlook, yet people keep on harping on about China's poor.   Compare the gini indexes of USA and China... not a big difference is there?

#2018-12-15 17:27:47 by anonymous18851 @anonymous18851

The globalists are proping up the PRC's president to lead the world. It won't happen as their every move is being thwarted. That's why Trump is playing hardball. The China will have to capitulate as globalism is being defeated all over the world and nationalism in the good sense is taking over.

#2018-12-21 11:55:53 by Map1 @Map1

I've commented on this before and told about  the Comparative Cultures that I taught at a university in the Northwest. It basically it comes down to worldview. America and formerly Europe has a Judeo-Christian worldview. My wife commented on this as we discussed faith in the US as she prepared for her Culture class. She observed during her time as a visiting scholar at a small college in the US, how helpful folks were, even if as I've found with my Chinese colleagues that "it wasn't their duty" She also understands that my homeland is one of laws and the Constitution is the supreme law. But I've seen how our rights have been eroded by a tyrannical government. I experienced this as an adjunct-faculty member at a large university in the South. My 1st Amendment rights, academic freedom and even the Creed of the university were severely curtained. I filed a formal complaint with the university president and Vice Provost. I also contacted  the American Center for Justice, which a public interest law firm that fights mainly for !st Amendment Religous Freedom. My President has done a lot to retore the freedoms of Christians via executive orders. He's also done more than any other president regarding the pro-life issue. He enlists the help of black pastors to revitlalize the urban centers. This is the ture hope for my  nation. We must return to our Reformational roots. I've been censored by Facebook 3 times as have thousands of  Conservatives and Christians. The midterm elections were lsot by Republicrat, establishment, globalist, Soros funded Speaker Ryan. He saw the writing on the wall and retired. It was also due to establishment GOP members not supporting true Conservative, Populist, Libertarian and Constitutionalist candidates. Finally, GOP candidates weren't allowed to post political ads on Facebook et al. Donkeys of course had free reign. In my home state of Califronia in Orange County GOP candidates were declared the winners, but then during the recounts, suddenly the Donkeys prevailed. They harvested ballots and committed election fraud. Project Veritas infiltrated the Betos campaign and the campaign manaager admitted that they were funnelling campaign monies to help fund the caravan. Soros is also financing them and the UN has been involved.

#2018-12-23 07:11:03 by LSTEED1 @LSTEED1

Since this is a political post, I will respond with the observation that politics has always been the Art of the possible. Will powerful forces oppose giving lots of money to the poor, but not building a world record bridge? Build the bridge. Will powerful forces oppose building the bridge, but not “feeding the poor”? Streamline the process for private industry to build the bridge, and try to explain that the poor in America have a degree of pride, and would rather have good jobs, or any jobs, than live off government hand outs. I did some research a while back on poverty in the US compared to the rest of the world. I found that the poverty line in the US is 7 times more money in comparative currency than the world wide one. This tells me that people will complain about being poor no matter how much money they actually have, as long as the people around them have more. I no longer believe “feeding the poor” in the US is worth the attention it always gets. Not only are the poor there 7 times richer than everyone else’s poor, private charities are inundated with donations of goods and sometimes money. I don’t think the USgovernment should be in the business of charity at all. That is the job of the people, and they are doing it! By comparison, what I have seen of China, though my perspective is admittedly limited, makes me think government focusing on infrastructure is a good thing there. I saw unreliable plumbing, horrible air quality, and open sewage running down streets in places. These are problems that have already been solved through most of America. I will add a small caveat here that in some very small, very rural places in America I have seen poor plumbing, though never open sewage or air quality issues to this degree. I think the average American is more empowered to solve their own problems than the average Chinese. This means that the Focus of the American government should be to get out of the way and let the citizens solve things, and the focus of the Chinese government should be to empower their people. Building national pride is one way to empower citizens, so there is value in building the bridge. Chinese women finding western men comparatively less attractive over time is a sign that what China is doing is working. In the end, the only way to measure success in the art of the possible is by asking if what is being done works or not. It is reasonable to say that China’s approach works for China, and the US’s approach  works for the US. Both pay a price for their success.


#2018-12-28 18:40:07 by JamesBlond @JamesBlond

Haha, it takes the comments of Chinese women here to keep a balance in the minds of western man. All I can say is that the east is now the lesser of 2 evils. What we really have to be concerned about now is the global infrastructure of 5G and Artificial Intelligence which is now global (or to Flat-Earthers- oval). Control and cull.

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