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As a centuries-old country , China has its own social culture and belief .If we accept a double nationality ,it is difficult to control the security.Find yourself which country you belong to ,and then dedicate yourself to build your motherland.
So if a Chinese adapts American citizenship, he loses his social culture and beliefe? I don't think so. Also, in terms of security, I don't see any advantage if you forbid double citizenship: you can force soldiers to have only one nationality, but as you know, there will always be spies.
I would never dedicate myself to build any country - I build myself. So currently, my assistant is Chinese, as he is well-educated, knows Chinese culture and knows how to deal with things in China.
My education I do in Europe, because universities are heavily subsidied by governments here (I pay less tuition than I paid in China for a leading university here) so I profit.
Even in the future, I want to invest much more in China, as salaries are much lower there - why should I only build up things in Europe, just because my passport says I'm Swiss? Why should I serve a country instead of myself? Sorry, but this is just not how the world works
So did you dedicate yourself to build China? Do you give all the money you earn and you don't absoluetely need for living back to the government?