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Posted 8/30/17 , edited 8/31/17
China is buying over American companies. And at the current rate it is going where America does not know Chinese and all other countries know English, China is sure to make a manual of America. So who is in favor of importing Chinese businesses in America? I mean we could use some of the services available, and have them provide English services for us


P.S Nvm, it should be on an equal and humane treatment, that's how we've been doing it, least I want to see is another Bali Island, sigh
P.S Keep up the good works guys, Fred has got a meeting to go
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Posted 8/31/17 , edited 8/31/17
i dont understand you english.

the 19 century belonged to the british.
the 20th to the USA.
the 21st to china.

look at the UK today, and that is us in 30 years.
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nemoskull wrote:

i dont understand you english.

the 19 century belonged to the british.
the 20th to the USA.
the 21st to china.

look at the UK today, and that is us in 30 years.


So you guys given up already? And what happened to UK?
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Well, I don't wish it to be commonplace. China is fairly notorious for, uh, skirting regulations slacking off on quality... That, and I favor local businesses a bit. I'm not terribly fond of monopolies, much less, this.
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Cardamom_Ginger wrote:

Well, I don't wish it to be commonplace. China is fairly notorious for, uh, skirting regulations slacking off on quality... That, and I favor local businesses a bit. I'm not terribly fond of monopolies, much less, this.


I have a Chinese programmer working in the project and I must say his work is top notched. These days we are bombarded by factory customer's requests. Ie, if they want the entire PDM system warped, it's better be warped by tomorrow.

Most of you guys are probably tired of the old and dirty Chinese walking around the street, kind of shady, and I can't blame you for that or them. After all Americans have their head held up high and ready to tackle the next task. Chinese are, let's say they got the next thing to worry about in their head .

In terms of economy I would say having a few Chinese branches in America is not a bad idea in terms of efficiency and speed. The problem is as immigrants move in to the city would be rather crowded. Taiwan rank 17 in population density and we chose to abandon the rural areas in search of work in the city making it even more crowded and dense. If that is what you are worried about then right, Chinese should follow the immigration regulations.

After all my Chinese programmer friend's talent might be an exception, but China is improving, and he might not be the only one. Those who goes to the foreign land are among the top in their society. Ready to create miracles
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We've had some incidents, such as toxic pet foods being shipped to us and killing our animals, and I admit that I'm a bit skittish, as a result. In general, I'm all for some Chinese businesses. Big American companies smother our smaller businesses as is, so I don't to put much more pressure on our "Mom and Pop" joints. As long as there isn't some market takeover and our safety codes and laws are followed, I'm okay with it.
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Cardamom_Ginger wrote:



We've had some incidents, such as toxic pet foods being shipped to us and killing our animals, and I admit that I'm a bit skittish, as a result. In general, I'm all for some Chinese businesses. Big American companies smother our smaller businesses as is, so I don't to put much more pressure on our "Mom and Pop" joints. As long as there isn't some market takeover and our safety codes and laws are followed, I'm okay with it.


Toxic pet food, na FDA won't let that slide lol. Good to know you are optimistic about it
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Posted 8/31/17 , edited 8/31/17

nemoskull wrote:

i dont understand you english.

the 19 century belonged to the british.
the 20th to the USA.
the 21st to china.

look at the UK today, and that is us in 30 years.


Looking at all the movies on Netflix stamped with the Shanghai Film Association logo song you aren't that far from the truth.
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