- Jun 4, 2013
There's already much talk about countries relying on China less and less. Pissing everyone off probably isnt going to improve that
True and China would probably we worried about that if the people in these countries or the governments had any genuine power, unfortunately that isn't the case.There's already much talk about countries relying on China less and less. Pissing everyone off probably isnt going to improve that
The previous company I worked for (now a competitor ) is a multinational but still very Japanese dominated at the top. After local plants closed in my country, they were already in the process of building plants in places such as Thailand, Indonesia. This was a decade ago, the word was, production and labour for them were already more attractive than the Chinese plants, infrastructure which were comparatively more established. By the time I started our inoirts on non premium product and some midrange ones, were already coming via these countries.There's already much talk about countries relying on China less and less. Pissing everyone off probably isn't going to improve that
The whygurs didn't get the coverage it should, however. I do believe HK shook people up enough, as that what seemed to be a taste of what to come to others in the future. Although hasn't it been moire politically stable since? I know local l reps won big as opposed to the CCP backed candidates.True and China would probably we worried about that if the people in these countries or the governments had any genuine power, unfortunately that isn't the case.
China has done a lot of awful shit for years and the world turns a blind eye as market forces dictate that we look the other way and keep doing business with them. Look at what had been happening with Hong Kong last year, yeah some people supported Hong Kong a few countries governments even condemned China but they didn't stop doing business with China.
As long as it in the interest for businesses to keep working with China these corporations will continue to do so and support politicians in countries that share their world view. The news cycle will change and we will forget what China has done as we are outraged by the next thing that the media or governments use to distract us from how bad things have gotten.
It's more like the USA and China choosing their "friends",rather than the other way round. Pakistan because of its location has always been vital to the strategic interests of both countries.That along with the history of conflict between India and Pakistan and China's aid to Pakistan in the form of building infrastructure and helping them develop nuclear weapons, I'd think Pakistan more likely siding with China. Not every country sees China like the west does as there isn't the history of conflict or political differences, it's easy to forget that as we tend to look at the world from only our own perspective.
tl;drAccount of the battle from that world-famous Indian newspaper of record ,: The Deccan Chronicle.
Wonder if Indian soldiers ,during their neck-breaking reign of terror, also punched a few Chinese noses into their brains , ala Iron MIke circa '86 .
Can't wait for the Bollywood movie of this. I can just imagine it now and they sing and dance there way into the Galwan valley on a mission to avenge their fallen CO.
Well Chinese martial arts have been exposed for a while now vs mma. Highly doubt their military close combat training differs much from traditional Chinese martial arts. Their weaponry remains to be truly tested though...If that's the standard of their military I say let's invade China and India lol, I've seen better fights outside pubs.