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    Yeah, China is very poor. But new car sales in China are twice that in EU. At per capita level, China's new car sales have reached more than 2/3 of that of EU, or four times that of Romania. Did you buy a new car in the UK? You probably don't own a car or you bought a second-hand car like AXA did. More than a half of world's new electric cars were sold in China last year.

    China's electricity consumption is more than twice that of EU last year. At per capita level, it is also at more than 2/3 of that of EU, or twice that of Romania.

    Urban air conditioner penetration rate is more than 100% in China now. Last year 50 million air conditioners were sold in China. China's air conditioner penetration rate is aleady at the same level as the US and is ranked among top 10 three years ago.

    Chinese are the largest group in luxury product consumption. Chinese consume more luxury products than Americans or Europeans.

    1/3 of world's smartphones are sold in China.


    In about 15 years, China will match the EU in every important index of living standard, which includes calorie and protein intake, per capita electricity consumption, per capita living space, car ownership rate, per capita transportation infrastructure, college attending rate, etc. China is already not far away in most indices.

    If you can't remember these numbers, then just remember that China builds a France every year and China add industrial capacity that is equivalent to that of UK every year.
    Last edited by ablium; 11-10-2017 at 06:08.

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    Yet a chinese who earns 60$ a month means he is not a poor chinese in the eyes of his government.

    Hooray for the chinese people, they have big bridges, small penises and they can live with 2$ a day. Great nation, the greatest. Totally not losers. We know it's going to be China first, but can we say EU second?

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    Chinese actually make 60 cents per month, so you can have a great feeling of being a millionaire in front of a Chinese. Go to become a porn star and show the world your big penis. This is an easy way and the only chance for you to become a real millionaire. A migrant worker making petty money at a non-skilled job has no other chance to become a millionaire in a foreign country.
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    “Rather than assuming make sure before you speak about the fact.”

    You know nothing, little man.

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    Too bad they don't want to spend any money to make the little chinese people happy. It's hard to be happy with a small penis and 60$ a month as poverty line.

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    Do you want to impress me and convince me that you are a highly-paid skilled worker in the UK with what you write?

    Intelligence might be an abstract concept, but it is palpable in the words that one talks and writes.

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    Red China goes green.

    More than 50% electric cars are sold in China.


    2/3 of world's solar panels are made in China.
    Last edited by ablium; 11-10-2017 at 22:57.

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    China uses artificial intelligence for facial recognition everywhere.




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    This video by an Australian tourist in Nanjing is pretty good. Nanjing is a 2nd tier city in China. Nanjing means south capital in Chinese. In the history, several dynasties and Republic of China had established their capitals in this city. However, these dynasties and Republic of China were short-lived, so some superstitious Chinese believe that this city is not ominous to be the capital city. That was one of the reasons that Mao chose Beijing instead of Nanjing to be the capital of The People's Republic of China. (Beijing means north capital in Chinese. Tokyo means East capital in Japanese and Chinese.)




    There were over 120 millions of Chinese visiting foreign countries last year. China's domestic tourism industry also experienced a huge development in last a few years. You got to see how big table meal looks like nowadays in China at the end of the video.
    Last edited by ablium; 14-10-2017 at 23:51.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ablium View Post
    There were over 120 millions of Chinese visiting foreign countries last year. China's domestic tourism industry also experienced a huge development in last a few years.

    According to the same article from Bloomberg,

    "Only 4 percent of the Chinese population hold a passport, compared to 35 percent of Americans" - 2016 figures again.
    Make a simple math and that leaves you with 56m passport users, and is pretty absurde to say everyone who has a passport left the mainland last year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MosSpanac View Post
    According to the same article from Bloomberg,

    "Only 4 percent of the Chinese population hold a passport, compared to 35 percent of Americans" - 2016 figures again.
    Make a simple math and that leaves you with 56m passport users, and is pretty absurde to say everyone who has a passport left the mainland last year.
    I trust Bloomberg. There are several possible explanations. It never said 120m unique visitors, so maube some of them travel more often. Also there is a possibility that they don't need passports from some neighbouring countries, like Malaysia, Taiwan, etc. but they still count as foreign countries. I may be wrong about the second one, but there must be an explanation for those numbers.
    Common sense is not so common after all.

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    Un articol interesant despre strategia si potentialele probleme ale Chinei.

    In China, a Strategy Born of Weakness - Geopolitical Futures

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