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Share My suggestions for the Chinese 13th Year Plan
2016-2-16 15:33
#This is the e-mail sent to the Chinese Premier # Nothing has been edited Ni Hao Premier Xi Jinping, My name is Ankit Khandelwal and I am from India. I am a regular reader of The China Daily. I am studying about China from past 3 years. I studied many online courses from Chinese universities and interacted many people from China. I have made strong ...
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Share Time to modify the criterion of classifying developing/developed countries?
2015-7-23 02:51
Initially, I thought of only writing about the my experience of observing Chinese history and culture. However, a recent article and my knowledge in Economics has diverted my focus to write a blog post on Economics. I have always studied that some countries are called developed nations and others are developing nations. I believe, this was in my 5th standard. The definition did not change until I have extensively studied Economics as part of my Zero Cost MBA(Envisioning 21st century glob ...
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  • Why you want to become someone else? Why cannot you be just yourselves? 2016-9-28 01:59

    I agree advisors need to share experiences good and bad, but also advise people to find and follow their own path.

    Like when people that are famous actors and actresses, tell people how they should vote
    well just because they know how to act and got lucky breaks does not mean they are the fountain of knowledge.
    Likewise as you say, just because the path was successful for them it does not mean it  will be for others

    They need to share their strategies that can be applied to your own dream or path and we must remember  paths take unexpected changes sometimes we need to follow those changes too.

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