Problems in China

China is a true miracle. We went from almost bankrupt and starvation under Mao Ze Dong back to becoming the second strongest country in the world. China is still ascending, and will one day once again become the greatest country in the world. But currently, China is experiencing many problems. The problems in China need to be overcome if we want to rule the world. Here’s the list of the problems.

  1. China’s environment. Nowadays, many Chinese people are destroying the environment for the sole purpose of making money. Why? Because after being poor for over 50 years, the Chinese people have a great desire to become rich; at any cost. However, this problem can be fixed. Once China experiences long term prosperity, the people will start to care for the environment.
  2. Water. China has always been a country that doesn’t have enough water. This is a big problem. With 1.4 billion people, water is the lifeblood of the country.
  3. Transition from industrial to high tech. Everything is made in China. But a country cannot truly be the best in the world if they depend on manufacturing (low labor wages). China needs to transform into a true, high tech, innovation country. But this problem is already being solved. Many things are now being made in Vietnam, Thailand, etc. Wages in China are rising. This will force China to transform from manufacturing to high tech. Also, once China makes this transition and there are less manufacturers, the pollution will be reduced, and the environment will get better.
  4. Food safety. Many bad asses in China are selling poisonous food because it’s cheaper, and they can make more money that way. This is pure evil. Those people who are selling poisonous food are killing people for money! But the Chinese government is fixing this. They’re placing capital punishment on those who conduct in this illegal activity. This is the right thing to do.

As you can see, there are many problems in China. None of these were created intentionally, but bi-products of China’s economic development. All will be healed in the future.

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