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Post time 2017-1-13 15:27:13 |Display all floors
US President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama arrive to board Air Force One for travel to Chicago to deliver a farewell address, from Joint Base Andrews, Maryland, US, January 10, 2017. [Photo/Agencies]
US President Barack Obama did not forget to poke China even in his farewell speech in Chicago Tuesday evening, saying that "Russia and China can not match our influence around the world u ...

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Post time 2017-1-13 15:27:14 |Display all floors
The US govt internally could not resolve their own issues. Just looking at the horrific finger pointing between democrats and Republicans, you could surely realise how awful such cultures evolved within a democracy that expects respect. Plus media poking at fake news to misread the public does not synchronised within such form of honest evolution that being promoted.
In short, American should never never use cold war mentality to afraid chinese will surpass them in trade and strength, simply because Chinese is not a democracy state. Singing praises and acknowledged desire to learn and adapt to these changes would be more likely a bonus, and as any leader of nation, you will gain more respect. Deceiving the public will not boost your profile as the end result will only make US people complacent.

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Post time 2017-1-15 02:57:03 |Display all floors
I find this article very truthful. Americans are going through a cry baby phase. You cannot have major wars with the costs involved and eat your cake too. Bottom line is the USA and China have very much in common. Americans need to get better educated as this recent election certainly indicates. China is certainly a huge success story and it didn't happen on the shirt tails of the USA as some Americans believe. It happened because China made it happen and is owed great respect, dignity and honor. I'm afraid the new 'kid in town' is a snake and a bully. China needs to convey it will not be pushed around, respectfully. The USA needs to recover from a poor self image and blame the 'Black' guy for all it's faults. Like China, the USA needs to 'get to work.'

USA, peace

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Post time 2017-1-17 20:36:03 |Display all floors
The United States of America has a new sheriff in town.

The new sheriff (President Donald John Trump) speaks loudly AND carries a BIG STICK (to borrow and adapt a famous phrase used about the legendary President Teddy Roosevelt).

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Post time 2017-1-20 16:54:33 |Display all floors
USA culture was founded on  predatorily instincts, it survives on these instincts today. Unfortunately it must constantly kill nations and cultures to survive that is the living breathing nature of this social order, called the USA

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Post time 2017-2-5 14:06:24 |Display all floors
Why does China look to another country to speak about what value China contributes to the world?   China needs to take control of it's own identity by speaking first and speaking often.

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Post time 2017-2-23 07:36:38 |Display all floors
Obama may be faulted, but Trump is so much worse as far as toxic language and messages about China.  He makes China responsible for US economic problems.  He says that the US must "win," not cooperate for betterment.  He says that China is "eating our lunch" and making us "losers."  He has threatened, or promised, a 45% tariff on goods entering the US from China.   It would have serious consequences for both countries if he did that.  I doubt that he will actually do that because many wealthy interests in the US would lose a lot of money if he did. It would also hurt poor people in the USA (a rapidly growing part of the population) because the lives of poor people are made much easier by the availability of very inexpensive goods imported from China.  Prices would go up a lot if there were no more imports from China.  So I seriously doubt that Trump will keep that promise.  Nevertheless, his toxic rhetoric is alive.  

The Trump presidency may be a time of very difficult relations between the US and China.  I am glad for sites like this where we can learn about the Chinese viewpoint directly.  People-to-people communication will ultimately be the hope for world peace.

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