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Originally posted by chinadaily at 2008-5-25 10:53
China has learned, bitterly, from the 2003 onslaught of SARS.
It will learn, more, and much more bitterly, from the 2008 calamity of the Killer Quake in Sichuan, I believe.
Though some may remain to refrain from being completely transparent, (perhaps to save face for some, perhaps acting as a Chinese clandestine way to reflect, reform and redo, and perhaps for other reasons), I would say the horrific tragedy will leave a long-lasting mark on China's Government: a government bent on improving its job, and delivering to its people.
My suggestion: Reflecting your past work deeply, keeping good management of China's economy, and earmarking more of the proceeds to rural infrastructure !!!!
The poor, the voiceless, the weak, the little, the rural folks deserve Better Treatment.
well said again moderator
I admit my knowledge on history, whilst better than the average joe, is not perfect, but I think i do know enough to extablish a rough idea of how the west and the east developed. I've got so much more to write on this, which I'll do down the track a bit when I get time.