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Originally posted by souvenir at 2010-3-29 00:37
according to reuters, Shanghai's government has spent $45 billion to upgrade transport and infrastructure and $700 million on renovating the historic Bund riverfront promenade. In just a year, the ...
the chinese leadership's directive in the charting of a course of national defense, in science and technology, and in space exploration, is definitely second to none and something all chinese can take deep pride...
but, in areas such as the unnecessary "WANT" of attention from the global community, i.e., this http://wire.antiwar.com/2010/04/ ... -ties-with-china-2/ and this http://jiangshuai.com/%E5%BE%90% ... C%E6%8C%A4%E7%AC%91 , on the expenses of greater needs as this http://news.xinhuanet.com/englis ... 5/01/c_13274879.htm then, the chinese leadership, "or the chinese animal as a whole", is something else Man... here, we are blind, def, and mute to the dire needs of millions, and that just don't rym well for me.
but between social needs and national defense and if one is the cost and the other is the reward, then i rest my case because national defense id first priority that overides all else my book.
i mean why beg or buy attention when it unnecessary to do so and when attentions given are more truer and more authentic if it comes naturally and direct from the heart rather than from what's a banker's signature?