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You are correct I live like a king in China on my 2,000 USD a monthly retirement. In the USA I would ...

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It's not a very intelligent question, whoever deal with america they will be worse off.
Human lives mean little when those in the WEST see a bigger gain through war

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It's not a very intelligent question, whoever deal with america they will be worse off.

That is why China will become the new world leader in trade.
Countries are tired of "one sided" dealings with America.

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Boston101 Post time: 2018-8-16 05:33
So far it seems the trade spat is rattling China’s leaders and its economy. In the meantime, the US ...

Have a look at this article to see how clever humpty trumpty is.

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1626548377 Post time: 2018-8-18 14:14
It's not a very intelligent question, whoever deal with america they will be worse off.

re:  " whoever deal with america they will be worse off"

A rather silly move by uncle Sam...

   Limiting the flow of Chinese nationals into US universities and laboratories might indeed prevent domestic IP from heading to China.

    But it also ensures that China’s best and brightest students and scientists will remain in China.   Thank you uncle Sam.

Details are not yet known, but an unnamed US official who says that Chinese graduate students will be limited to one-year visas if they’re in high-tech fields, like aviation and robotics.  Meanwhile, Chinese nationals who work at companies that are on a special US Commerce Department list may also require special visa clearance from multiple US agencies.

On Feb. 14, admiral Harry Harris, head of US Pacific Command, warned lawmakers that “China’s impressive military buildup could soon challenge the United States across almost every domain.” He mentioned Beijing’s investments in the AI and hypersonic missiles.   If the US does not keep pace, he added, it “will struggle to compete with the People’s Liberation Army on future battlefields.”  The DF-17 is a terrible weapon America figures...




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emanreus Post time: 2018-8-19 15:06
re:  " whoever deal with america they will be worse off"

A rather silly move by uncle Sam...

China is bringing back their best and brightest.
America wants to shame them.
Many are finding the "American Dream" is just a myth.
The China Dream seems more likely.

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So far it seems the trade spat is rattling China’s leaders and its economy. In the meantime, the US ...

The only thing on course

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