I am interested in seeing how the end of the brain drain by America (see Taiwan, South Korea, and Japan as examples) combined with a possible brain drain BY China will affect the Anglo-Americans. Some 40-50% phd(s) earned in America are by foreigners, of which the Chinese and South Asians constitute a [at or near] majority.
These geniuses migrated because of better living conditions, research infrastructure, opportunities, etc. All of this is predicable except to those who erroneously believe that these geniuses flew to America for democracy . lol
@bugoutfever Well well, another “aggressive and expansionist” action taken by the Totalitarian Regime™. How will the professional con artists of the Western FREE Press™spin this. Perhaps, they’ll accuse Chinese coastguards of performing live organ harvesting.
Kudos to China for not being petty over the disputes. Let’s hope this leads to more cooperation and less confrontation, the later which only benefits America who gave Vietnam the following:
Nice. It’s good to see the natural evolution of Chinese excellence. This will be a very common sight as more people worry less about survival and explore the myraid of options that a developed nation affords them. I wonder how the Master Race™ will adjust. lol
Oh btw, for those who don’t know, Volvo is owned by a Chinese company.
The Chinese car maker Geely has signed a deal to buy Volvo from US car giant Ford for $1.8bn (£1.2bn).
@bugoutfever This is interesting. I wonder how USA will handle this along with the change with the more nationalistic/anti-imperial Rodrigo Duterte in the Philippines.
Maybe Asians can finally enjoy the peace they’ve yearned for since American Commodore Perry used gunboat diplomacy to pry open isolationist Japan and inflcit decades of war crimes and suffering against us Asians.
@bugoutfever It’s especially a problem because many Asian parents refuse/ignorant of these problems which means their children are sheep being fed to wolves.
Many of my respondents were not given lessons on how to deal with racist incidents; very few parents discussed this subject.
Many of my respondents lacked guidance from family, friends, or their community on how to cope with discrimination.