When China Rules The World
AZN

Toronto, Canada

#2510 Jan 27, 2013
straa wrote:
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And all the opinion polls show that 'at least' a massive 75% of Scottish people will vote to stay with britain, so keep dreaming, and smoking that opium we so happily sold you
Nobody thought the USSR would breakup. Yet it did.

Don't be surprised if the newly independant Scots shove your ass onto the next India bound flight.
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE

Delta, Canada

#2511 Jan 28, 2013
big boasting Brits...

Poor white pupils perform even worse than children who have English as a second language

By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
UPDATED: 10:46 GMT, 26 April 2011

Poor white schoolchildren perform even more poorly than pupils who have English as their second language, an analysis of exam results has found.
Pakistani, Bangladeshi and black youngsters all outperform their white English classmates from deprived backgrounds.
Black British pupils score the equivalent of one A* higher than a white child from the poorest 20 per cent of the population, an analysis of three million sets of results revealed.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-13806...
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE

Delta, Canada

#2512 Jan 28, 2013
^ Brits are nothing but talking TRASH....these days

so sad... the ancestors must be rolling in their graves... on what has become of their retarded descendants...

use to be you could count on a Brit to be well spoken and well educated

well there is one I know of but he is a ex Brit living in China now..

I hope he never has to go back and see what a mess the UK is becoming

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Hidden tigers: why do Chinese children do so well at school?

Children of Chinese origin, whether rich or poor, do incredibly well in school – but hardly any studies have been done to find out why

This showed not only that British Chinese youngsters are the highest performing ethnic group in England at GCSE, which has been known for years. It also showed that this group seemed to be singularly successful in achieving that goal of educational policy-makers everywhere: a narrow performance gap between those from the poorest homes, and the rest.

Further evidence of the success of pupils of Chinese heritage came through the world's most well-known international testing study, Pisa. This found 15-year-olds from Shanghai, China, easily outperforming those of all other nationalities.

The domestic statistics show that, at GCSE, children of Chinese ethnicity – classed simply as "Chinese" in the data – who are eligible for free school meals (FSM) perform better than the national average for all pupils, rich and poor.

Not only that, but FSM Chinese pupils do better than those of most other ethnic backgrounds, even when compared with children from better-off homes (those not eligible for free school meals).

http://www.guardian.co.uk/education/2011/feb/...
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE

Delta, Canada

#2513 Jan 28, 2013
AZN wrote:
<quoted text>Nobody thought the USSR would breakup. Yet it did.
Don't be surprised if the newly independant Scots shove your ass onto the next India bound flight.
Indians are cry babies... too worried about what China is doing when they should be worried about what India is doing economically

or

like gang raping women on a bus.... hehehehehe

but the problem is although Chinese all over the world are taking over economically, market dominant minorities...

Indians where ever they go are not well liked at all...

here in Canada... where there is a large Indian... population... these days they cant walk down to the next block without getting beat up... by the Indians living on that block of all people...

kind of like your LA gang turfs...
Anonymous

UK

#2514 Jan 28, 2013
Why do Chinese never contribute or invent anything in the worlds, you say you have good students, so where are they, what are they achieving, what have they invented, nothing, absolotely nothing, western students contribute far more than Chinese ones, and everyone knows it
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE

Delta, Canada

#2515 Jan 28, 2013
Fri Jul 1,11:06 AM ET

VANCOUVER (AFP)- Young Indo-Canadian and South Asian deceased men dominate police files in Canada's westernmost province of British Columbia like no other ethnic groups.
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And the province is setting up a special police task force following the deaths of 90 men in extreme gang violence since 1992.

Spokesman Shinder Kirk said 50 officers have joined the task force in recent weeks from the federal Royal Canadian Mounted Police and municipal forces. By fall, it will be at full strength at 80 investigators.

The move came after a plea for help from community leaders, citing extreme concerns from local people over "what was happening in their community, involving their young men," according to Kirk.

The spokesman said there has been a major attitude shift from past practice of trying to avoid publicity to openly talking about the problem.

Balwant Singh Gill, president of an association of 36 Sikh temples in British Columbia, a leader in the fight against gang violence, said: "Its come to a point where its the responsibility of not only parents, but of police, teachers, councilors' and social workers."

Officially the task force will investigate any gangs, but Kirk said its first focus is Indo-Canadian and South Asian gangs.

Almost all the victims died in the metropolitan area around this major port city of Vancouver.

The Canadian government has also announced funding for a committee to study the causes of Indo-Canadian youth violence.

A typical case is that of Saranjit Gary Rai, who was 22 in 2001 when he was "shot to death, execution-style, by a single gunman in a hair salon," Vancouver police said.

Another is Robby Kandola, 31, "a well-known underworld figure in the Indo-Canadian community," who died in a 2002 drive-by shooting outside his highrise apartment in the upscale city centre, police said.

Solving the problem wont be simple. Big money can be made growing marijuana, smuggling it across the US border and bringing back cocaine and guns.

And there are many theories about why a disproportionate number of Indo-Canadians are involved. "One theory is the cultural issue, where sons are favoured more than daughters and allowed more freedom and get away with more," said Kirk.

"Then theres the nature of the culture, in which young people are expected to live in two worlds. Theres confusion. They ask, what am I, Canadian? Indian? Indo-Canadian?"

Some, however, deny the problem lies within the culture. After one young man was charged in a kidnapping in May, his prominent Sikh father blamed the Hells Angels motorcycle gang, accusing it of using young Indo-Canadians in organized crime.

A spokesperson for the biker gang dismissed the comment as "nonsense."

Political science professor Shinder Purewal said the ethnic gang members come from families in all social-economic brackets.

Gangs exist in all other cultures and cities, he said, but the extent of the murders among Indo-Canadians here is extreme. "Its really a unique phenomenon that these people are killing each other."

And while only a tiny percentage are in gangs, Purewal said, the sensational murders have given the entire community an "image problem."

Gill agreed. "Our reputation is being tarnished by the murders and violence."

http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20050701...e_0507...
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE

Delta, Canada

#2516 Jan 28, 2013
straa wrote:
Why do Chinese never contribute or invent anything in the worlds, you say you have good students, so where are they, what are they achieving, what have they invented, nothing, absolotely nothing, western students contribute far more than Chinese ones, and everyone knows it
Cows In China Are Now Producing Human Breast Milk

Amidst all the concern going around that cows' milk is bad for you, Chinese scientists have found a way to fix the problem: By genetically engineering cows to produce human breast milk. Is soy milk just not in favor yet?

Researchers at the Agricultural University in Beijing managed to produce milk with the same healthful properties as mothers' milk. The milk itself was taken from a herd of 300 transgenic cows bred after inserting the human milk-making gene into bovine embryos. Safety tests are still being administered, but taste testers have described the product as "sweeter and stronger" than the regular old cow stuff and the scientists hope to see it on the market in three years.

http://gizmodo.com/5810080/cows-in-china-are-...
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Delta, Canada

#2517 Jan 28, 2013
Scientists working on new X-ray technique
By Zhang Kun (China Daily)
Updated: 2007-07-05 06:50
SHANGHAI: A new technology is being studied that will produce clear pictures of veins and soft tissues which are invisible to ordinary X-ray scans.

Third-generation synchrotron radiation technology is being studied at the Shanghai Applied Physics Institute of the China Academy of Science. It will play a very important role in detecting the early stages of breast and lung cancer.

According to Xiao Tiqiao, a scientist involved in the project named "Shanghai Light Source", the new technology will be ready for use in 2009.

"The new light source can distinguish objects as small as micrometers, while traditional techniques only allows you see things in millimeters. The resolution can be increased by millions of times," Xiao said.

The technology, being independently developed by Chinese scientists, will improve scientific research in cancer prevention, and there will be a big demand for its application, Xiao said.

www.chinadaily.com.cn/china/2007-07/.../conte... ...
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Delta, Canada

#2518 Jan 28, 2013
March 1, 2011

China's Homemade Supercomputer May be the Most Efficient Ever
As processors hit the power wall, performance per watt means everything.

Dawning 6000 chassis with 10 Godson 3B-powered blade servers installed
China’s home-grown supercomputer, the Dawning 6000, finally has a launch date: Summer 2011. In terms of raw performance, the machine is not going to be a record breaker, but it will be the first machine in the Top500 to be powered entirely by chips designed entirely by China’s Institute of Computing Technology. Long term, they could be a major threat to Intel, AMD, NVIDIA and their ilk.

Weiwu Hu, lead architect of the Loongson line of chips, announced the launch of the forthcoming supercomputer at the International Solid State Circuits Conference held last week.(Technology Review has been covering the development of this supercomputer for over a year, since the first intimation of its construction in January 2010.)

What’s new as of Hu’s latest announcement is the scale of the machine: 300 teraflops, achieved with 3,000 of the 1-Ghz, 8-core Godson 3B chips. That’s a far cry from the #1 position on the world’s list of the top 500 supercomputers, currently occupied by the 2.56 petaflop Tianhe-1A machine, also built in China, but with Intel CPUs and NVIDIA GPUs.

The absolute power of the machine might not matter much, however, because as the platform matures, performance per watt will become the dominant metric, as it has for all other high performance systems (and even the chips in your laptop and cell phone). As HPC Wire reports,“[T]he Godson-3B appears to be a very power-efficient design, and the upcoming Dawning machine could rival even Blue Gene/Q systems for performance per watt supremacy.”

This efficiency is achieved because of the relatively low clock speed of the Godson 3B – only 1.0 GHz – and the chips reliance on the MIPS architecture, which is also used in set-top boxes and is making its way into the smartphone market.

http://www.technologyreview.com/view/423168/c...
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE

Delta, Canada

#2519 Jan 28, 2013
straa wrote:
Why do Chinese never contribute or invent anything in the worlds, you say you have good students, so where are they, what are they achieving, what have they invented, nothing, absolotely nothing, western students contribute far more than Chinese ones, and everyone knows it
why are you stupid?

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America Trains Foreign PhDs, Canada Employs Them

The Find: The two top feeder schools for American PhD programs are now Chinese universities, but don't think that just because America trains so many foreign students it will then employ them;

instead Canada is trying to attract those that can't get a visa to work in the States.

The Source: The Economist's Free Exchange blog.

The Takeaway: We wrote last year about the calls of business leaders from Bill Gates to Michael Bloomberg to increase the flow of highly skilled immigrants into the U.S., but it doesn't seem like the issue is going away. The Economist's Free Exchange blog points out that,

If you are a PhD student in America, there's a good chance that your undergraduate degree came from Tsinghua University in China. That's because Tsinghua and Peking Universities are now the top feeder schools for American PhD programmes.... The increasing dominance of Chinese doctoral students does add to the popular perception that America will someday suffer a shortage of scientists and engineers.

Do these budding scientists and engineers stay in the States after graduation? Not as many as businesses would like. The New York Times reports on the difficulty companies face in getting the H1-B visas used to bring in highly skilled employees for three year terms: "Last year, the agency received enough petitions to cover the annual quota on the first day applications were accepted. About half of the total petitions filed were rejected because the supply of visas had run out."

Plenty of companies, including Microsoft, have complained that they're suffering because they can't get visas for all the highly educated personnel they want to hire. But one group is benefiting from their troubles: Canadian employers. The immigration website for Alberta, Canada is advertising the province as an alternative, permanent home to those frustrated by the temporary U.S. H1-B visa.

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-505125_162-306405...
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE

Delta, Canada

#2520 Jan 28, 2013
A 2008 study by the Georgia Institute of Technology concluded that within the next decade or two, China would pass the United States in its ability to transform its research and development into products and services that can be marketed to the world.

“As China becomes more proficient at innovation processes linking its burgeoning R.&D. to commercial enterprises, watch out,” the study concluded.

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/01/07/world/asia/...

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#2521 Jan 28, 2013
AZN wrote:
<quoted text>The US can have the driver's seat, as the US is driving itself over the fiscal cliff. China will be driving it's own car.
You're one of those fools who still believe that China's economy survives solely because of selling cheap goods to the west.
That may have been the case in the beggining. But China's rebalancing efforts have been geared towards getting it's domestic market to becoming the engine for China's growth. So that dependance on exports can be reduced to managable level.
China has learn't from past experience that export markets are not dependable forever. The Asian financial crises of the late 1990s and the global crash of 2008 have been eye opening experiences for China's economy.
The Chinese are no amateurs when it comes to being enterprising. They had been successful traders and merchants when the west was still trying to make ends meet by scratching a living out of the land.
Besides how do you explain China's strong rebound, at a time when demand for China's exports have been in decline?
And America's military might is overstated. Otherwise why haven't American forces invaded Syria by now? The way they invaded Iraq.
Surely the almighty American military can't be afraid of a few Russian warships patrolling off the Syrian coast.
First during the asian crisis of the 1990s investment into the then very cheap export sector and demand for chinese exports stayed very strong worldwide. Plus a lot of the chinese economy i those days was largely state owned so the surplus that China enjoyed in those days was used subsidiese these sectors, only smaller private owned companies were affected so the economy in general was not hard hit.

Jesus Christ do you read anything other then yahoo news and cartoon network programe guides you imbecile. You say all these fibbles of a china that has a domestic market and decreasing export sector, surely you are made...please google it out and come back I refuse to argue on clear points.

Your own government stats show that your economy is export led, at your CCP jerk off convertion the new president/King as well as the last said they would focus on getting the export dependency levels below domestic demand because everyone knows that they are not healthy.

But all these over idealic leaders you have have done is shrink the domestic growth rates which keeps reducing.

The reason why the China has with stood the economic flasterfxck happening all over the world is because they decided spending almost $500 billion every year for the last 3-4 years stimulus packages. Can they keep this up...no, because they keep ending up building so much apartement blocks, subways and high speed trains going nowhere.

More modern apartments require better maintainance and hence require higher rents and thus leading to people requiring higher pay which in turn leds to high costs of production. FYI china is hugely dependent on cheap labor goods so this has led to a decrease in competitivity. They also do not add to the domestic demand in anyway but instead decrease it as seen in the last two years because when the cost of renting or buying a house is higher people spend less on consumer goods.

These also lose value over time and require more and more capital to maintain, thats why the stimulus plans of the first few years of the downturn but as more and more building were built they have reduced in effectiveness. China needs a domestic market to have a balanced economy, otherwise I fear it will pop.

Its a bubble and it will burst soon, why do you think alarm bells are ring all round the world on the drastically slower growth the expected china had genius?

READ A BOOK AND STATS ON SOMETHING BEFORE REVIEWING YOUR IGNORANCE

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#2523 Jan 28, 2013
RayH wrote:
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U.S. will change driver's seat in 2030, according to its own experts.
As for domestic consumption in China, don't you worry about that. There are good reasons China is expecting 8.4 % economic growth this year, and it's not from the West.
No it's 7.4 dummy and foreign-invested enterprises account for 58–60% of China's imports and exports. Investments tend to flow out of an economy after the investment has matured and they tend to stay to stay out of the hands of most locals.

Thats why your "we will rule the world songs" are laughable to most people who know the stats. domestic consumption is high but its from the construction projects that once finished will deterioate in value and have no outwards properties to permanently keep people's wages up.
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE

Delta, Canada

#2524 Jan 28, 2013
dreadman82 wrote:
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IGNORANCE
no one listens to you because... you keep espousing...a system that is broken... and to defend against that... you imply a sovereign debt default, is a normal course of business and the USA has skilled workers...

not so easy, when you have vulture funds these days... and the "class action happy American people" themselves, who stand to lose 10 trillion dollars USDs that they have directly or indirectly invested in their Government Bonds...

not to mention how much worth they lose as their dollar and Real Estate holdings take a dive...

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Argentina is cautionary tale as U.S. debates debt limit

Creditors are trying to seize the property of Argentina, which defaulted on its bonds in 2001. Could the same thing happen to the U.S.?

You know all those warnings about how America's addiction to deficit spending is going to make us look like Greece?

Stop worrying. The bigger concern should be that America will look like Argentina.

That could happen, theoretically, if the threatened refusal by Republicans in the House to raise the federal debt limit leads to a default on U.S. government bonds. How bad would it be, you ask?

Think about this: Because of lawsuits over Argentina's 2001 default on nearly $100 billion in sovereign debt, President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner rents a private jet for state visits abroad. That's because she fears that her presidential plane (dubbed "Tango 01") would be seized by creditors the moment it landed at a foreign airport.

In October, the creditors came this close to grabbing an Argentine naval frigate, the Libertad, when it put in at port in Ghana with 220 crew aboard. Ghana detained the training vessel for about two months, until an international court ruled that, as a military asset, it was immune from seizure.

QUIZ: Test your knowledge about the debt limit

The creditors, which include Elliott Management, a hedge fund that also has been a big investor in Hollywood, have also taken steps to go after personal assets of Fernandez and members of her Cabinet. They've succeeded in freezing Argentine central bank assets in the U.S., and in 2009 even tried to attach a dozen Argentine dinosaur fossils on exhibit in Germany.

In short, it's a mess.

Now think of the United States in a similar situation. President Obama can't fly Air Force One to a summit meeting for fear that a bill collector will take the keys. The carrier Enterprise gets detained at Okinawa. The family car of a low-level consular official gets pulled over and impounded in Beijing. The Obamas' checking account gets attached by a hedge fund.

This may sound far-fetched, and the international debt experts I've consulted say it is far-fetched.

But the U.S. government itself has said that some U.S. court rulings against Argentina — such as those allowing creditors to seize Argentine property here — could backfire against the U.S. The State Department and Treasury said in a brief last April that they're concerned that the rulings could encourage foreign courts to "issue like orders against the United States and its property abroad."

That would undermine the principle of sovereign immunity that protects U.S. diplomatic personnel, embassies and military assets overseas.

Experts in international finance say a U.S. bond default, even if "technical" and even if it lasts a day, puts us in uncharted territory. After all, Argentina also thought all the existing consequences of its post-default settlement were far-fetched. Its settlement, which involved trading its defaulted bonds for new ones on which it has kept up payments, was drawn from the standard textbooks on Third World default settlements.

http://articles.latimes.com/2013/jan/15/busin...
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE

Delta, Canada

#2525 Jan 28, 2013
lets not forget. the derivative bets the too big to fail western banks have run up... but that is discounted.... since you dont believe in that either...

dreadman82

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It would be hard to overstate the recklessness of these banks. The numbers that you are about to see are absolutely jaw-dropping. According to the Comptroller of the Currency, four of the largest U.S. banks are walking a tightrope of risk, leverage and debt when it comes to derivatives. Just check out how exposed they are...

JPMorgan Chase

Total Assets:$1,812,837,000,000 (just over 1.8 trillion dollars)

Total Exposure To Derivatives:$69,238,349,000,00 0 (more than 69 trillion dollars)

Citibank

Total Assets:$1,347,841,000,000 (a bit more than 1.3 trillion dollars)

Total Exposure To Derivatives:$52,150,970,000,00 0 (more than 52 trillion dollars)

Bank Of America

Total Assets:$1,445,093,000,000 (a bit more than 1.4 trillion dollars)

Total Exposure To Derivatives:$44,405,372,000,00 0 (more than 44 trillion dollars)

Goldman Sachs

Total Assets:$114,693,000,000 (a bit more than 114 billion dollars - yes, you read that correctly)

Total Exposure To Derivatives:$41,580,395,000,00 0 (more than 41 trillion dollars)

That means that the total exposure that Goldman Sachs has to derivatives contracts is more than 362 times greater than their total assets.

To get a better idea of the massive amounts of money that we are talking about, just check out this excellent infographic.

How in the world could we let this happen?

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^ill tell you who people like dreadman82

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#2526 Jan 28, 2013
AZN wrote:
<quoted text>The US can have the driver's seat, as the US is driving itself over the fiscal cliff. China will be driving it's own car.
You're one of those fools who still believe that China's economy survives solely because of selling cheap goods to the west.
That may have been the case in the beggining. But China's rebalancing efforts have been geared towards getting it's domestic market to becoming the engine for China's growth. So that dependance on exports can be reduced to managable level.
China has learn't from past experience that export markets are not dependable forever. The Asian financial crises of the late 1990s and the global crash of 2008 have been eye opening experiences for China's economy.
The Chinese are no amateurs when it comes to being enterprising. They had been successful traders and merchants when the west was still trying to make ends meet by scratching a living out of the land.
Besides how do you explain China's strong rebound, at a time when demand for China's exports have been in decline?
And America's military might is overstated. Otherwise why haven't American forces invaded Syria by now? The way they invaded Iraq.
Surely the almighty American military can't be afraid of a few Russian warships patrolling off the Syrian coast.
The fiscal clif does not exist and I will not rewrite the reasons why again because I am tired of writing it over and over again.

The rebound by the way compared to the money invested has been weak. The domestic demand you are talking about government stimulus payments and not from consumers. Big difference because government intervention is a bubble basically.

The US will not invade Syria because they don't want to make an all out war that would cost US lives and that of their allies over the freedom of people who will as soon as they have a domcracy concerntrate on hijacking planes and blowing things up.

Russia is also pretty scary though because of their very large assenal, one nuke is enough to make any superpower think twice.
China fall

Anonymous Proxy

#2527 Jan 28, 2013
The question should sound like this: When does the fall of China happen? Not so long, I guess.
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE

Delta, Canada

#2529 Jan 28, 2013
dreadman82 wrote:
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No it's 7.4 dummy and foreign-invested enterprises account for 58–60% of China's imports and exports. Investments tend to flow out of an economy after the investment has matured and they tend to stay to stay out of the hands of most locals.
Thats why your "we will rule the world songs" are laughable to most people who know the stats. domestic consumption is high but its from the construction projects that once finished will deterioate in value and have no outwards properties to permanently keep people's wages up.
Oft-quoted, Dong Tao, a heavyweight economist at UBS in Hong Kong, once said:“A Barbie doll costs $20, but China only gets about 35 cents of that.”

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another argument for dreadman82.... about where China spends its money

as western governments especially the USA has been printing money and pumping no less than 600 billion a year into own economy simply to keep it afloat... for the past 5 years

conveniently forgetting China had tightened and taken money out of the system for the 2 years prior

and unlike the USA... China actually has reserves it can tap into...
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE

Delta, Canada

#2531 Jan 28, 2013
China fall wrote:
The question should sound like this: When does the fall of China happen? Not so long, I guess.
probably well after the USA goes down first...

probably start to decline... when all the Chinese business elite buy up your country for cheap after you default...

and they can find cheaper labor in the USA than in China

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#2533 Jan 28, 2013
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE wrote:
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Oft-quoted, Dong Tao, a heavyweight economist at UBS in Hong Kong, once said:“A Barbie doll costs $20, but China only gets about 35 cents of that.”
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another argument for dreadman82.... about where China spends its money
as western governments especially the USA has been printing money and pumping no less than 600 billion a year into own economy simply to keep it afloat... for the past 5 years
conveniently forgetting China had tightened and taken money out of the system for the 2 years prior
and unlike the USA... China actually has reserves it can tap into...
China's stimulus plan-$6oobn
US stimulus plan-$800bn

China economy~$7tr
US economy~$12tr

China's growth rate-in decline
US growth rate-increasing

And about that surplus, with your $2tr USD bank write offs it you will need more money then that sister clown. Find some more silly you can paste you parrot that types

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