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23 thoughts on “Made in China – China’s Tech Revolution technology china”

  1. Nada como confiar en el gov de una nacion para formalisar inversiones solidas sin las blablaletas de otras adonde solo les interese el su bolsiyo y no el cresimiento industrial⚡

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  2. China's market is big enough for self sufficiency and internal eco system. It has 2millions technical graduates. How not to be technological advancement? Whole of western world is still not as big as China.

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  3. I showed my friend who works as a longshoreman in a US port a video of the automated 5G shipping port that runs 24/7 and he about crapped in his pants.

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  4. As an American who has lived in China and spent significant time there, it's not a great place to live for a myriad of reasons:
    1. Repression.
    The CCP completely stifles anyone or anything that does not promote "homogeneity" – This means if you are part of the LGBTQ+ community, you cannot be open and transparent. You cannot promote any LGBTQ+ ideals/clubs/parties/events etc. It's completely forbidden.
    Church and religion is quasi-banned. There are churches and different religious groups but they are few and far between and must seek approval by the CCP. Even then, you are not free to worship as a congregation. Religion is essentially banned.
    Race is most definitely a thing. Unless you are Han Chinese, you will be racially profiled by people, police, the CCP, companies, business owners, etc. Many restaurants openly forbid foreigners. If you're an ethnic minority in China, you will be forcibly removed from your house and sent to internment camps to be beaten, raped, sometimes killed, and forced to give up and renounce your religion, family, and culture. In many instances, you will be moved into forced labor and forcibly married to a Han Chinese.
    2. Lack of privacy.
    China has no fundamental laws, rules, policies, or understanding of human rights and privacy. You are monitored everywhere you go and can be forcibly taken hostage by the CCP at any given moment for no reason at all.

    China's economy is booming because the Western world is and has allowed them to. But it ultimately doesn't matter because they don't understand the rule of law or human rights and were already seeing it kick them in the butt. They cannot design or manufacture tech as advanced as the United States. Their space program is decades behind. They have no social safety nets in place, etc. Beyond that, is their lack of understanding. Their image around the globe is in tatters because of it.

    I'm so incredibly happy that I don't live in China! USA USA USA

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  5. Anytime a western report is made on China, you can bet 99% of them are wrong. This one called 'Made in China – China’s Tech Revolution' is no exception. First, clearly it is yet another American propaganda (disguised as a documentary) accusing China of stealing, copying everything. The racist overtone strong. It rejects China government the CCP, the very power and wisdom that propelled China to exceed all western countries including the U.S. This is yet another report that cannot comprehend how China has not only performed far exceeding any and all of the western nations, it has out-innovated them. Like just all western reports, it cannot accept the China governance and civilization have beaten western 'democracies'. And beat them hands down – just take a look at how COVID-19 have been managed. It presents a explanation of how China succeeded that is quite wrong. But the real reasons are incomprehensible to most of the western minds because they have not studied China, or learned from it.

    How many reports and analysis have been published on China from the western world the past 40 years? Literally thousands. How many can say it has been right? NONE. None predicted what actually happened, explained how it actually happened. And none will predict it right going forward.

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