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    I wonder how the UK fares these days?


    (Australians are now the richest people in the world
    The Credit Suisse Global Wealth Report found that the median personal wealth per Australian adult was a massive $409,055 (US$273,900) - making Aussies the richest people on the planet.)

    https://au.finance.yahoo.com/news/australians-are-now-the-richest-people-in-the-world-001758078.html


    Mean/ Median/ Mode. Do your homework. Look up Gini co-efficient too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    I wonder how the UK fares these days?


    Australians are now the richest people in the world


    The Credit Suisse Global Wealth Report found that the median personal wealth per Australian adult was a massive $409,055 (US$273,900) - making Aussies the richest people on the planet.

    https://au.finance.yahoo.com/news/australians-are-now-the-richest-people-in-the-world-001758078.html

    That's because all those chinky billionaires are there.

    You don't really understand all these complicated words like "average" and "median", do you, you thicko.


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    Much, much more than you baby 'arry. GIYF- Gini co-efficient.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    HK has the world's third highest net worth per person 'arry (not to mention the world's highest longevity). Thought you might be tickled to hear that.
    They live in cages 13 square meters per person. I guess they can tickle each other very well

    Our chickens have more room

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    Anything from cages in Mongkok & Yaumatei to mansions on the Peak & Shek O, Herman. And all things in between. No, HK is not 'equal'- far from it. It has a high Gini coefficient.

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    In part five of the China series, we're exploring the massive Xiangyun International (祥云国际) project.
    The 1800 acre abandoned residential and commercial development is located in the heart of Shijiazhuang, a city 5 hours southwest of Beijing with a population of 11 million.

    According to local news, Xiangyun International was meant to be known as the "Venice of the Orient".
    Expansive plans called for theme parks, luxury hotels, high-end business offices, tourism exhibitions, leisure and entertainment, and environmentally-friendly residences.
    Investors poured 17 billion yuan into the development – an equivalent today of $3 billion US. However, construction was stopped in 2014 due to investment issues and eventual bankruptcy.

    The other 5 parts explore more of the same ...

    Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago ...


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    How China became home to the world's tallest ghostscraper.


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    That is so lame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    That is so lame.

    Well he is a dick.

    That looks like Winnie the Pooh.

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    Some more acorns being planted:

    China, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan sign document of cooperation on joint railway project: NDRC

    By Global Times Published: Sep 24, 2022 12:10 AM

    "Officials from China, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan signed a document of cooperation on a railway project during the 2022 annual summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), marking "phased progress" with the China-Kyrgyzstan-Uzbekistan Railway, according to a statement published by the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) on its official WeChat account on Friday.

    According to work plans discussed by the three sides, the feasibility study for the railway project is underway. Relevant work formally started on August 2, 2022 and was implemented by more than 180 technical experts from China Railway First Survey and Design Institute.

    So far, workers have finished the route survey and mapping work for key plans, while geological exploration and other work is being carried out in an orderly manner according to the established work plan, the NDRC disclosed.

    If the project progresses smoothly, it is expected that the field survey can be completed by the end of the year, and all the feasibility studies will be completed by the end of June 2023 as planned.

    The railroad has made positive progress this year thanks to efforts launched by the three countries. Recently, Chinese experts arrived in Kyrgyzstan to do survey work for the railroad, the NDRC revealed earlier.

    Under the initial plan, the railway will be the shortest route to transport goods from China to Europe and the Middle East, cutting the journey by 900 kilometers and saving seven to eight days of travel time."


    China, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan sign document of cooperation on joint railway project: NDRC - Global Times

    Microsoft, other US firms expand in China, defying decoupling push


    By Qi Xijia Published: Sep 22, 2022 08:07 PM

    "US technology giant Microsoft announced on Wednesday plans to expand recruitment and upgrade its campuses in China, following a series of recent moves and plans of major US businesses, including chipmaker Nvidia, to expand their presence in the Chinese market, despite the US decoupling push.

    Microsoft said that it will expand its recruitment in China next year to bring the total number of employees to over 10,000, according to a notice on the website of the company. Microsoft already has more than 9,000 full-time employees in China, and 80 percent of them are research and development specialists and engineering technicians.

    On the basis of expanding recruitment, Microsoft plans to upgrade its campuses in Beijing, Shanghai and Suzhou, East China's Jiangsu Province over the next three to five years.

    Microsoft said that since it entered China 30 years ago, it has witnessed and participated in the rapid development of China's information industry.

    "We will continue to strengthen our confidence and determination to develop in the Chinese market and expand investment in human resources, campuses, education and the local ecosystem to find new opportunities in China, boosted by China's accelerated development of the digital economy," said Hou Yang, chairman and CEO, Microsoft Greater China.

    The move by Microsoft signals that the US business community still sees China as an ideal market and is willing to expand its operations and cooperation in China despite the US' intension to decouple from China, Liu Dingding, a veteran analyst in the technology industry, told the Global Times on Thursday.

    The announcement by Microsoft, one of the first technology enterprises to enter China, has injected confidence in the industry, which rebutted foreign media reports that foreign investors are leaving China as a result of the US' decoupling push, Liu said.

    "Decoupling is not likely to happen as the industries in both countries have long been closely intertwined," Liu added.

    Nvidia Corp Chief Executive Jensen Huang said on Wednesday that he continues to see a large market for Nvidia's data center chips in China, despite US restrictions on exports of two of its top chips to the country, Reuters reported.

    He said that the rules leave "a large space for us" in the Chinese market.

    "So our expectation is that for the US and also for China, we will have a large number of products that are architecturally compatible, that are within the limits and that require no license at all."

    US carmarker Tesla also optimized a production line at its Shanghai Gigafactory on September 1, BJNEWS reported. With an investment of 1.2 billion yuan ($169 million), the expanded line will add 4,000 jobs, taking the total staff at the factory to 19,000, according to the report."


    Microsoft, other US firms expand in China, defying decoupling push - Global Times

    Chinese companies form JV, to explore rare-earth resource in Laos

    By Global Times Published: Sep 23, 2022 01:29 PM

    "Xiamen Tungsten Corporation (XTC), China's largest producer of Tungsten products, announced that it has signed an agreement to form a joint venture (JV) with rare and precious metal manufacturer Chifengjilong Gold Mining Co (Chifeng Gold), and the JV will focus on rare-earth resource exploration in Laos.

    Industry observers said the move represents Chinese companies' fresh diversification effort in sourcing rare-earth minerals - the bulk of which isreliant onimports from countries such as Myanmar - amid supply chain disruption, skyrocketing bulk commodity price and other rising global uncertainties. Participating in the resource exploration of foreign countries will drive up their local rare-earth industrial chains, while ensuring the security of the strategic resources supply and giving a boost to China's competitive industrial advantage in global sphere, analysts said.

    The new JV has a registered capital of 60 million yuan ($8.45 million), with XTC accounting for 49 percent of the investment and Chifeng Gold accounting for the remaining 51 percent, according to an announcement XTC sent to the Shanghai Stock Exchange on Thursday.

    Under the agreement, XTC will be responsible for providing support to rare-earth exploration in Laos and assist the JV's access to domestic policy support, and Chifeng Gold should provide assistance inacquiring an exploration license in Laos and applying for local preferential policies. Rare earth is an indispensable element in the production of high-end technology such as smartphones, computers, military equipment, satellite and aerospace technology.

    The set-up of the JV will make full use of the two companies' advantages, and is conducive to optimizing XTC's rare-earth industry plan, strengthening the source of supply of rare earth and improving its core competitiveness, XTC said. The other company Chifeng Gold has acquired several mineral resources in Africa and Laos, according to media reports."


    Chinese companies form JV, to explore rare-earth resource in Laos - Global Times
    A tray full of GOLD is not worth a moment in time.

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    They cannot even feel the World slipping away from their fingertips. Because they cannot even feel the World.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    They cannot even feel the World slipping away from their fingertips. Because they cannot even feel the World.
    Of China, this is so true.

    Sad, but true.

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    Chinese Investment Contributes to Hungary’s Growth

    Mariann Őry 2022.09.23.

    Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó met his Chinese counterpart in New York. Bilateral relations are mutually beneficial and Chinese investment is key to growth, he said.

    "Large-scale Chinese investments can allow Hungary to maintain its growth, while Europe appears on the brink of recession, according to Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó, who met Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi.

    Speaking on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly’s session in New York on Thursday, Szijjártó said that it is Hungary’s national interest to maintain the cooperation with China based on mutual interests and respect, because Hungary benefits greatly from it.

    According to the Minister, China is going to be the largest investor in Hungary this year. Chinese battery producer CATL recently announced a 3000 billion HUF investment in Eastern Hungary, the largest ever investment in Hungary.

    Wang reassured his Hungarian counterpart that Hungary’s stable political and economic status, and competitive investment environment is appreciated by China.

    Szijjártó recalled that the bilateral cooperation between their countries has always been based on mutual respect. The Hungarian Minister pointed out that China has never set any political criteria regarding economic matters. Their mutually beneficial cooperation is based on this mutual trust, he said. Szijjártó stressed that Hungary continues to respect the One China principle."


    Chinese Investment Contributes to Hungary's Growth

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    What lovely bedfellows they make.

    Xi, Orban, Putin etc.

    Yeah, I'll pass, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    What lovely bedfellows they make.

    Xi, Orban, Putin etc.

    Yeah, I'll pass, thanks.
    Yes, dictator scum the lot of them.

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    It makes one wonder why you are less happy with your own governments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    It makes one wonder why you are less happy with your own governments.
    You are far from stupid, so stop being so disingenuous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    You are far from stupid, so stop being so disingenuous.
    Eh? He's a bit of a thicko.

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    What’s wrong with the USA?

    Jerry Grey

    China has been, variously described as a rising power, a sleeping dragon and a collapsing economy. Most of the rhetoric is driven from the US. Inside their government, both the Senate and Congress have anti-China hawks, their State Department seems to see a threat at every turning point and their military seems to believe that a defensive People’s liberation Army is a bad thing as it threatens US interests. Books reports and documentaries are created about mass dissatisfaction which extended academic research seems unable to identify.

    In short, “experts” think it’s about to collapse, people in power think it’s a huge threat but academics who study China understand China’s rise is peaceful and solidly based.

    On the other hand, there are a lot of things to criticise the US about. They even provide statistics to help us. Many in the US see this as one of their best features; they say they’re open about their problems and can accept criticism.

    It’s certainly not true that the US accepts criticism. In a country that claims it values freedom of speech, they simply suppress it, this was evidenced by the a few days ago on Josh Rogan’s show. He clearly stated Facebook have the ability to suppress or block information; on that occasion, it was because the FBI asked them to.

    Americans can openly criticise, which is good and even insult their leaders which Chinese see as bad, they can vote but nothing an individual does will make a change.
    In the 1950s and 60s the “American dream” was a dream worth pursuing but, during the latter half of last century things started changing. Imagine for a moment if the 1950’s and 60’s incredible infrastructure and growth had continued. What the USA was doing then is what China does now, invests in the health and wealth of its nation so that its people benefit and expanding investments overseas for mutual benefit.

    In the last few years particularly, there have been some sinister and dark changes. When you search online with the right questions and do a little digging, it’s easy, and terrifying, to find how deep and how bad the rot is.

    A recent article in called GDToday, called “The Dark Side of the Beacon” relates to Human Trafficking abuses and whiles the US prides itself on being a “beacon of democracy” and a “protector of human rights,” the GDToday article points out, it’s downright dark. Especially for the victims.

    Every year the number of human trafficking cases increases. This is a multi-billion-dollar global crime business, according to the United Nations, it’s worth about $150 billion annually. And, in the US, thanks to their transparency, we know it affects tens of thousands of people, from as young as 1-year-old.


    When we look deeper the Human Rights issues in the US are so starkly different from the perception it portrays as a “beacon”. Frighteningly different. Here’s what we can find if we take the time to search.

    They speak badly of China’s police as authoritarian, yet Chinese police officers don’t kill people: in the last 5 years only 2 people on the mainland have been shot by police, one in 2019 and one in 2018 and both were using vehicles intent on killing or injuring others. In the first 7 months of this year alone the number in the USA was 631 and 40% of them were Black Americans. In five years, the number is over 5,000 and, sadly, increases every year.

    They accuse China’s government of being authoritarian when the USA, with 4% of the world’s population holds over 20% of the entire world’s prison population. The USA has 655 people per 100,000 incarcerated, compared to China’s 121/100K.

    The number of Black prisoners in the US prison system at 1240 per hundred thousand is 5 times greater than the proportion of whites. In every US state and in every category, whites are imprisoned less than Black and Hispanic/Latino Americans.

    They accuse China of Intellectual Property theft when their own science is years behind. At the same time, their FBI advises that US IP theft is not just growing but already massive, requiring the formation of a Property Rights Coordination Centre in the USA

    They allege China won’t share space technology and science when they have legislated to stop NASA sharing with China.

    They accuse China of propaganda while they budget 300 million dollars a year for negative media reports on China and have proposed a further half billion a year.

    They speak of corporate crime in China while it was the USA which almost brought the world to its knees, and created global financial crises through corporate crime which, for the most part, remain unpunished. And closer inspections reveal US corporations are directly responsible for all, not just some, of the worst corporate crimes in human history.

    They claim to support a free market economy while they sanction over twenty countries, hundreds of companies and thousands of individuals.

    They talk of “inhumane lockdowns” in China, where people are regularly delivered free food, free Covid testing and free hospital care if tested Covid positive. More than a million of their own population have died, compared to less than 6,000 in China and 70 million Americans face an uncertain future due to long Covid complications.

    They praise this medical system but charge so much that over 530,000 people declare bankruptcy every year because of the costs

    They speak of themselves as being the land of the free point to spurious allegations of human rights abuses while locking up thousands of families and separating children from their mothers on their borders. They can arrest and imprison suspects without trial, rendition them to “black sites” where they are able to use torture techniques which are legalised but renamed “enhanced interrogation”.

    They accuse China of military proliferation when only one Chinese military site exists overseas and it is used in cooperation with US troops in the same region, Djibouti. While at the same having over 750 bases and 200,000 troops stationed overseas.

    They allege China is militarising the South China sea when they have an American “self-defense force” including two of their own, and two other aircraft carriers as well as about 70 other ships sailing off or near the coast of China.

    Their military, with the exception of the National Guard can’t operate inside USA due to the Posse Comitatus Act but, when they do, it’s to defend the government against the people. While Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) enjoys massive public support because of the help they provide in times of disaster or other need.

    US accuses China of using forced labour, a claim which remains unproven while using their own incarcerated prisoners as almost unpaid and involuntary employees in a legalised (under their constitution) system of slavery.

    They speak of freedom of speech whilst locking up lawyers for finding guilt in their oil executives and journalists for reporting international crimes committed by their military. Crimes which the International Criminal Courts can’t investigate or prosecute because they’ll be sanctioned, or even invaded if they do.

    They boast of their liberty and freedoms but have shot and wounded over 115,000 and over 45,000 people died last year alone from their private guns.

    They have the world’s best universities but American people can’t afford to study, or, when they do, they incur a lifetime of high interest debt which they can never default, even through legal bankruptcy.

    They claim to be the world’s police but have a murder rate of 7/100K; with some cities (new Orleans) as high as 35/100K and Detroit with more than 65 per one hundred thousand compared to China’s 0.5/100K.

    They claim to bring peace and democracy in a War on Terror but, over 20 years, killed 929,000 people and created 38 million refugees.

    40% of US citizens don’t have enough food but they spend billions on their own military and gift many more billions to Israel and several other countries.

    They spend billions on drug enforcement every year while the number of drug addictions and drug related deaths increase; last year over 100,000 people died of drug overdoses and there are 39 million known illegal drug users, more than 10%.

    They are the richest country in the world with a per capita GDP that is 436% of the world’s average but a poverty rate of 11.4% and over half a million people living on the street.

    1% of the country’s richest people hold 15 times more wealth than the bottom 50% and 10% of them own 90% of all the stocks as well as 70% of all the money

    They claim to be a country of equality but white Americans hold 85% of the wealth while black Americans hold just 4.1%. The rest is shared amongst Native Americans, Asian and Hispanic Americans.

    Their 20 year war on terror has killed several major leaders such as, Gaddafi, Hussein and Bin Laden and yet there is strong evidence that all three of these dead enemies were once allies of, or created by, their own intelligence community.

    In other words; America is not declining, it has declined! Recovery of social and physical infrastructure, without great leadership seems unlikely. The only questions that remain are: how much further can it fall, and when will people start noticing?


    https://jerry-grey2002.medium.com/wh...a-b6a421f4cd32

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    More snivelling chinky sycophant drivel. Our resident snivelling chinky sycophant laps it up.

    When Jerry Grey, a British-Australian living in Guangdong, China, went on a cycling holiday to Xinjiang in the late summer of 2019, he was blown away by the region’s spectacular scenery and architecture. A particular highlight of his trip was visiting Turpan, the ancient oasis city in the east of the region, where he admired an 18th-century mosque with the tallest minaret in China.
    Grey, 62, who visited Xinjiang as a tourist, said he couldn’t find any traces of the sprawling concentration camps he had read about in the press. “I never saw one,” he said. “That doesn’t mean they aren’t there. It’s a huge place, but we did cycle down some very, very long stretches of open road.”
    Grey, who is a former London Metropolitan police officer, admitted that he found Xinjiang’s surveillance network and continual police checks oppressive. “It was a pain in the butt,” he said. “But at no stage were they ever abusive.”
    I asked him if he would willingly live under a draconian regime of surveillance and arbitrary detention like the one that operates in Xinjiang, controlling the region’s Muslim population under the guise of combating terrorism.
    “Would I like it? Course not. I wouldn’t like it at all,” he said. “But would I move? Probably not. If they said to me, ‘You can’t use a VPN and you can’t use your Twitter account,’ and things like that, then I might consider it. Because my lifeline to the outside world is through the internet.”
    Despite Grey’s acknowledgement of heavy surveillance in Xinjiang, he has devoted the past five months denying the existence of detention camps in the region, citing his bike ride as evidence.

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    He lives there. You don't. He has been to, and bicycled through Xinjiang. You haven't. He was an ex- London bobby. You weren't. He was in London during the Troubles. You were not. He was in fact one of the first uniformed Police officers on site after the Hyde Park bombing. It left him traumatised. What experience have you had of Terrorism?

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    When a large % of your citizens are farmers or rural employees of some description, it's good to see them happy.

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    A glimpse of China’s largest hydroelectric project along Lancang River: from being responsible neighbor to biodiversity protection vanguard


    By Zhao Yusha

    and Cao Siqi in Pu'er Published: Sep 25, 2022 08:58 PM

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    "Hydropower station has become an increasingly important bulwark for China when the country is striving to achieve carbon neutrality before 2060. Located in one of China's most water and biodiversity rich province Yunnan and being the largest hydropower station in the Lancang River basin, the Nuozhadu hydroelectric station not only serves as the country's important clean energy provider, but also takes up onus of helping downstream Mekong River in easing their droughts and preventing those countries from suffering from floods.

    Moreover, it is also a creative practitioner of China's "green development" philosophy as it set the standard of creating animal rescue and plant protection sectors within the station. Those make Nuozhadu hydropower station not only a clean energy producer, also a rainforest-style garden that is contributing its own fair share for preserving the country's biodiversity."


    A glimpse of China’s largest hydroelectric project along Lancang River: from being responsible neighbor to biodiversity protection vanguard - Global Times

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