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Editor's Note: Liu Qibao, head of the Publicity Department of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, made a keynote speech at the Thematic Session on Think Tank Exchanges of the Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation on Sunday. The following is the full text:

Your Honor, Chairman Zeng Peiyan of China Center for International Economic Exchanges

Dear guests and friends ...

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China wants to reduce every sovereign nation in the world to the status of a tribute-paying satell ...

No little monkey. That's what the USA has been trying to do since the end of WWII.
If capitalism promotes innovation and creativity then why aren't scientists and artists the richest people in a capitalist nation?

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China must resolve the problem of left side driving on the road. A legacy from the British occupation in Asia.

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Kbay Post time: 2019-2-13 07:10
China must resolve the problem of left side driving on the road. A legacy from the British occupatio ...

To change H.K. to RHT  today is almost impossible, UNFORTUNATELY I must say...

In the late 1960s, the UK Department for Transport considered switching to RHT, but figured it too costly for such a built-up nation...
Today's road building standards, for motorways in particular, allow asymmetrically designed road junctions, where merge and diverge lanes differ in length...
      I'd have been the first one opt for a change; to drive on the proper side of the road, which in my opinion is the Right one...
   
    China adopted RHT in 1946.  Hong Kong and Macau continue to be LHT  while Burma switched to RHT in 1970...

   The Philippines was LHT during its Spanish and American colonial periods as well as during the Japanese accupation.  RHT was formally finalised on 10 March 1945...

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