A friend sent along the following TED Talk in response to the Time article “Why China Does Capitalism Better than the US.” The speaker, Martin Jacques, makes some very essential points in how the West must alter its analytical conception of China if it seeks to accurately and effectively play a role in the 21st century. Enjoy…
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Thanks for reading!
Want to give a quick shout-out to anyone who used to scroll through my former blog! It never quite made the leap over China's Great Firewall, but it is still out there: Milesfromhome.
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