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Its highly commendable and inspiring that China talks up "Chinese Dream" to inspire.|
But does China have the "Qualitative Social Mechanism" to achieve that? Given that every service and product must be created by human, how can good results be achieved if the people are poorly equipped? To produce quality people, the people who design and administer the system must first have this mindset, then the ability and the system must be designed, inculcated and applied to be able to achieve this result. Are all these in position qualitatively speaking?
Does China lack inspirational leaders and inspirational leads? With 1.3 billion people, one will not disagree that over the last 20 years they've only seen Hu, Wen, Xi and Li, of course a little more from China's Politburo. But these are only about 7 characters or so and all of them from the same industry - national administration.
Compared to the US, they have Buffet (though his fortune really came from businesses rather than investments), Bill Gates, Larry Page & Sergey Brin, Mark Zuckerburg, Steve Jobs, Carly Fiorina, Rockefeller family, Ford family, Walmart family, movie stars & professionals of global stature and industrial leaderships for instance technological leaderships etc. Even just by the profession itself in US is inspirational. This means the system or mechanism itself inspires.
There is one good Chinese practice though - humbleness with low profile. So how does China wish to inspire, attract and guide its people towards the qualitative path while maintaining its traditional value of humbleness?