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This post was edited by sfphoto at 2018-2-25 08:13|
cmknight Post time: 2018-2-25 01:01
You will never have that with China's style of governance. There is too much open paranoia and fe ...
I beg to disagree.
Just look at the booming “English Schools” industry: no regulations, no standards, no nothing.
China needs a much more organized, institutionalized and systematic process of identifying, recruiting and rewarding foreign talents, entrepreneurs and investors. And I mean not just the foreign MNCs but foreign individuals who want to come to China for study, work, business and life, viz:
1. Any foreign atudent completing a Bachelor’s, Master’s or Doctorate program in any accredited Chinese university should be granted an automatic one-year working visa upon graduation without the need to resort to violating their student visas just to find work.
2. Any foreign entrepreneur who invest a minimum of USD 1 million should be granted an automatic one-year business visa to start a business in China. That foreign entrepreneur could source those funds from within China. So an internet entrepreneur who has succeeded in getting financing from China-based investors would be entitled to such a visa.
3. Any foreign scientist, engineer, artist or professor with exceptional achievements in the arts, sciences and technology as vetted by their peers should be granted an automatic one-year “genius” visa to pursue their respective fields in China.
As for openness, China should create a special-purpose VPN-based intranet for foreign residents in China. That way, they would be allowed access to foreign content anywhere in the world thus bypassing the Chinese firewall.