Chinese people have familiar priorities
I have recently been ruminating on the ever-present communication chasm which exists between China and the United States.
Here are two examples.
If you peruse the newspapers, your sense of what people in China think about everyday might include global economic policy, foreign direct investment, intellectual property issues, the RMB/Dollar exchange rate, international resource agreements and nuclear proliferation.
It might be worth it to pause just a moment and think about what your impression is of Chinese priorities, based on reading the news. List four or five of them mentally and then compare them with the list below.
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