China General Information
I've loved China from an early age. I've still never been there, but China will be incredibly important. When the names of your washers/dryers, cars, stereo systems, computers have Chinese names, you'll know it's largely too late. There's nothing you can really do about it. It is indeed that many consumers.
I find the very fact that this site exists,China General Information
, as proof that change can happen.
The folks just came back from three weeks in China, and did nothing but rave about the experience. On the otherhand, they admitted to not seeing the country side, and said most of what they were exsposed to was 70 - 80 story buildings and great hotels.
And to an extent, this is good.
The folks also brought me a copy of -:| CHINA TODAY |:-
. This is the kind of present I like.
It presents a country that is well aware of the difficulties that lie ahead, and a fairly reasoned set of policy options which recognize the reality of many of the difficulties ahead, and appear to recognize the necessity of distributing the increased prosperity across geography and classes.
I don't know the credibility of the publication, but it's a good read. And all I've done is read the first thirty-some odd pages.
You know, from reading this, it looks like China becomes more popularly representative while we become more restrictive. Odd turn of events, if true...