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Why is this joker Chinese President Hu Jintao here? Is he trying to flaunt his new might in front of us and our president? Is he trying to position himself with the American people in a good light so that his country can with others try to take over ours? What is his true intention the little Bill Gates loving communist? Let's hope that his intentions are valid, only time will tell, with someone playing power politics. He needs to pack up his posse and get back to his Geisha.

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by LovesEssence

Who's to say...
Who's to say what his true intentions are. It may very well be that he's checkin out the new technology here and wanted to bring somethin back to China, or it may be somethin entirely different. Who's to say what will happen in the future between America and Chian.

On another note, when it comes to China, it seems to me that many Americans are unsure of what to think of the Chinese. There are many who believe that it's the damn Chinese who's "taking away all our jobs" and what have you; then again there are also many who don't see them in such a negative light. But it also seems that many Americans see Asians as "they're all the same" (ie telling the Chinese president to take his posse back to his geisha). Ever since WWII, America has kept an eye on Japan and so we seem to have a familiarity with the Japanese, their culture, the way they work, what have you. But the mistake is viewing the Chinese as the same as they are. Although the Chinese may be Communists, they are in fact, MUCH more like Americans than the Japanese. The Japanese tend to value the good of the community. Unlike the Japanese, the Chinese are really capitalists, like Americans. They'd much rather go out and start their own businesses to make the bucks. I may dare to even go so far as to say that the Chinese are more capitalistic than Americans. In the past decade, China has evolved so rapidly and heading towards a capitlistic kind of state and I'm fairly sure we will see more of this within our life time.

I meant no offense by my comments and you are certainly entitled to your opinions, but it's just my opinion that matters such as this should be approached with an open mind.

( Posted by: FurryNippleRing [Member] On: April 26, 2006 )

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