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The Risk of China: "stopping the reform at the half way"! [Copy link] 中文

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The most dissatisfaction is the deruption of justice and fairness in the reform. So, it could regather consensus if realizing the justice and fairness were the basic value and objective of the reform. That is to say, the building of democracy and law ruling society is the main task.
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Now, China need courage. China need to face the reality. China need to break those small loops (who focused on their own interests).
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468259058 Post time: 2012-1-9 11:58
China can launch the political system reform and other social system reform. It would turn into the  ...

The people need to guide their government, government do not listen easily, but they do hear you.
Small interest groups are doing what everyone should do, they are getting the ear of government, but small interest groups tend to be more vocal, more determined, whereas most of us just want to be left alone, we don't want to be bothered with details, we just want a quiet life, but this is our weakness, we allow self interested groups to get too much control, shape society etc.
people need to talk more about what they want, and do it calmly, but assertively too
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This post was edited by Ronny at 2012-1-9 12:22

I doubt China's reform will stop, it may hit a few bumps along the way, but the government has taken the road to reform very seriously, they may need helpful advice, The people are China's greatest think tank for reform. Other nations etc will just give advice on how to copy them, and China should fnd it's own way, listening to advice, and implementing things slowly to see the effect, if you do too much too soon, you will end up with more problems.
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many argue today's problems that abound in China are due to the unevenness of economic and political reforms... political reforms? who's to blame? ordinary chinese are cheating on their spouses with fabulous lies and poisoning their fellow compatriots with contaminated dairy products... I ain't saying political reforms shouldn't be pushed ahead... but ask ourselves first, ARE WE READY?

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mapleripple Post time: 2012-1-10 22:52
many argue today's problems that abound in China are due to the unevenness of economic and political ...

People all over the world cheat on their spouses .......

That is not political .............

A few from a billion plus have chosen to make money by poisoning their fellow compatriots via dairy products, although that was probably through niaivety   .......

Is that political .......... ?


Sorry  ........

That is too generalised to be rational ...........   

And I agree, I do not think that the Western style is the way at the moment ........

This should happen slowly to suit ..........  

And it must not necessarily follow the Western template  ..............










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Post time 2012-1-11 00:27:58 |Display all floors
Reforms need to make sense. Dangerous reforms should be avoided. Reform is not a linear process. It is multifaceted.

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