If China can become the main initiator of Asian cooperation mechanisms, it will be unnecessary to think about balancing the US against China. The next key step for China is to expand economic cooperation mechanisms to those in political and security fields.
Employment is high on the agenda in every country. Only when Chinese goods are cheap, well-made, and drive local employment can China’s image be improved.
Only by helping Myanmar achieve a unified government and by letting the Myanmese public enjoy the benefits of China’s investment there within the framework of a unified state can a solid foundation be established for China-Myanmar economic cooperation
The stability of Asia’s future security pattern depends on how well China can structure it.
The lack of understanding about WWII in some Asian countries is caused by a lack of appropriate education. As Asia enters a new era of development, these gaps in education are producing more and more problems.
In general, Asians know much more about Western culture than the other way round.
In order to achieve this, Asian countries need to make sure that their governments can execute policies in an authoritative manner in order to maintain the harmonious coexistence of different religions and ethnic groups.
If the Chinese authorities can overcome those attitudes through the campaigns, they can claim a world-class victory even without eradicating jaywalking.
The cyber world needs to abolish the outdated mechanisms and launch a reform to establish a new system which functions in a fair, reasonable and orderly manner.
People living in China may feel little heat over maternity tourism because the costs are borne by other countries. But if we cannot come up with the correct answer to this question, it will eventually be at our own expense.
This is not simply a question of whether we should take a tough stance toward Japan over territorial issues. Well handling relations with Japan is important for both China and the US sharing rights, and especially vital for China’s future position in the Asia-Pacific region.
The rich new comers may have never thought about their connections with the Golden Venture. But 20 years later, they are presenting a sadder story.
If China is destined to be the backbone of the region’s stability and development, then the nation cannot achieve this only through economic means. It needs to provide more political support and become further involved in such negotiations in order to prove its commitment to regional peacekeeping efforts.
Both China and the US will definitely pay great attention to each other’s activities. But as long as these activities help promote economic development of their neighboring countries and activate the whole region, they will generate healthy competition and should be encouraged.
Myanmar is situated between China and India, the world’s largest two developing countries. Its geopolitical advantages are notable.
Whether four aging Peter Pans are enough evidence for such changes is debatable. But no matter whether on Earth or Mars, it is good to know that the human spirit of embracing change and unknowns has never died.
The unfair global trade order has caused a dilemma similar to the colonial system.
In the future, the key for Malaysia’s stable development may be turning religious and ethnic conflicts into orderly competition under its elective political system, and pushing forward manageable reforms at a time of greater political awareness.