Americans would like to know more about their competitor, an emerging great power that they have never seen before. Knowing more about China will enable America to be more proactive in global competition and in handling the Sino–U.S. relationship.
Ever since the 1990s, America’s economy has been developing quickly, its colleges have had plentiful financial resources and its power has been increasing. America’s higher level education practically became the model for the world. But within the United States, the gap between the rich and the poor has been [Read more]
Just as American automakers like Ford and General Motors toasted recent bounce backs in their car sales, anti-Americanism has reached the verge of a massive eruption in no place other than Toyota’s home country, Japan. The Japanese believe it was extremely unfair for the United States to make such a big fuss out of [Read more]
... it is evident that America has an ever-increasing sense of crisis about losing its number one status.
My daughter just turned six this year. Last year she joined me in Philadelphia; I studied at the University of Pennsylvania and she went to a nearby public kindergarten. Kindergarten in the United States is similar to kindergarten in Mainland China. My daughter has been attending kindergarten for over seven months now, [Read more]
Britain's role as a bridge between the United States and European Union has diminished...