1979 Was The Year That China Saw The Light: China Had A BBi In 1979, But A Selfless BBi, Look At Them Today!

Ndindu

Village Elder
#1
Prior to the initiation of economic reforms and trade liberalization nearly 40 years ago, China maintained policies that kept the economy very poor, stagnant, centrally controlled, vastly inefficient, and relatively isolated from the global economy.

1979 Shanghai

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Since opening up to foreign trade and investment and implementing free-market reforms in 1979, China has been among the world’s fastest-growing economies, with real annual gross domestic product (GDP) growth averaging 9.5% through 2018, a pace described by the World Bank as “the fastest sustained expansion by a major economy in history.” Such growth has enabled China, on average, to double its GDP every eight years and helped raise an estimated 800 million people out of poverty.

2021 Shanghai

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China has become the world’s largest economy (on a purchasing power parity basis), manufacturer, merchandise trader, and holder of foreign exchange reserves. This in turn has made China a major commercial partner of the United States. China is the largest U.S. merchandise trading partner, biggest source of imports, and third-largest U.S. export market. China is also the largest foreign holder of U.S. Treasury securities, which help fund the federal debt and keep U.S. interest rates low.

1979 Diesel Trains

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2020 High Speed Train

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Chinese gov had their own BBi in 1979

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Sambamba

Village Sponsor
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Ni kweli. China has had unprecedented growth in the last 40 years. Their secret?

DON'T REINVENT THE WHEEL BUT RATHER IMPROVE THE WHEEL.

Look at their 5G, their trains. They copied most of that Tech from the Europeans and the Americans.
This is why I don't understand Africans like @Simiyu22 and @T.Vercetti who hate or criticise China for stealing and enforcing tech transfer from the West.

What path do they want Africa to follow if we want to be a high tech developed continent?
We accept the fact that Africa will never make semiconductors, computers, phones, machinery?

Or do they want Africa to be an agro based developed continent like New Zealand?

look at Indias model and understand why China pulled ahead despite being at par just 30 years ago..

When it comes to national interests, morality huwekwa kando. America followed the path too by copying British industrial designs and quickly developed.

Steal> copy>master >innovate.

Hakuna njia ingine.
 

Sambamba

Village Sponsor
#7
When you look at China's development and actions, don't wear a Western lens.

Look at China in the context of African history and development.
 

T.Vercetti

Village Sponsor
#9
This is why I don't understand Africans like @Simiyu22 and @T.Vercetti who hate or criticise China for stealing and enforcing tech transfer from the West.
What path do they want Africa to follow if we want to be a high tech developed continent?
We accept the fact that Africa will never make semiconductors, computers, phones, machinery?


Or do they want Africa to be an agro based developed continent like New Zealand?

look at Indias model and understand why China pulled ahead despite being at par just 30 years ago..

When it comes to national interests, morality huwekwa kando. America followed the path too by copying British industrial designs and quickly developed.

Steal> copy>master >innovate.

Hakuna njia ingine.




Is Kenya hacking into the Chinese Embassy at night to steal SGR blueprints or Expressway blueprints and then during the day they cancel the tender because they have what they want?

Is Kenya giving special laptops to the Chinese parliament so NIS can see all the national tenders, secrets and national security reports in China?

Has Kenya built a 5G network for the sole purpose of bugging all the world's key universities and research labs so they can steal all the cutting edge research?

Hio inaitwa wizi buda boss sio partnership.
 
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T.Vercetti

Village Sponsor
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When you look at China's development and actions, don't wear a Western lens.

Look at China in the context of African history and development.



How can you prepare a brand new Samsung phone today that will feature a foldable screen then three months before you launch your phone, China Huawei already has a similar product out of the blues???? :D:D:D


Kuwa serious bana hatuwezi ishi namna hio. Labda ni vile hujaibiwa innovation yako.
 

Ndindu

Village Elder
#11
How can you prepare a brand new Samsung phone today that will feature a foldable screen then three months before you launch your phone, China Huawei already has a similar product out of the blues???? :D:D:D


Kuwa serious bana hatuwezi ishi namna hio. Labda ni vile hujaibiwa innovation yako.
The US stole the ginnery & looms from English engineers. Stole gunpowder and armour from the Chinese
 

Tom Bayeye

Kinyozi wa Stima
#12
This is why I don't understand Africans like @Simiyu22 and @T.Vercetti who hate or criticise China for stealing and enforcing tech transfer from the West.
Wako brainwashed na america. Remember the cold war where everyone was suspicious of everyone? Hadi leo they believe the ruski babayagga is out to get them
 

Sambamba

Village Sponsor
#13
Is Kenya hacking into the Chinese Embassy at night to steal SGR blueprints or Expressway blueprints and then during the day they cancel the tender because they have what they want?

Is Kenya giving special laptops to the Chinese parliament so NIS can see all the national tenders, secrets and national security reports in China?

Has Kenya built a 5G network for the sole purpose of bugging all the world's key universities and research labs so they can steal all the cutting edge research?

Hio inaitwa wizi buda boss sio partnership.
Kenya's NIS not stealing Chinese engineering blueprints because they are stupid. They exist to serve politicians interests not advance national interests.
That's why you will still find the Chinese constructing roads and railways in Africa 70 years from now.

The NIS should be at the forefront of stealing tech and assisting Kenyan companies to advance.

We need to be like chinkus. Steal replicate export cheap to other African countries and drive the chinkus out of businesse . Not kukuja hapa lamenting how Chinese are stealing from sijui Korea sijui US.
 

T.Vercetti

Village Sponsor
#14
Steal> copy>master >innovate.
I have never heard of Japan's Toyota hacking into Ford or Chrysler to steal next year's car blueprints.

Similarly I haven't heard Ford or GM doing the same to Toyota or Landrover.

Na halafu China never shares research. They steal but they don't share. Same for Russia. You will hear Putin talk of hypersonic weapons but he won't share the know how with anyone.
 

Sambamba

Village Sponsor
#16
I have never heard of Japan's Toyota hacking into Ford or Chrysler to steal next year's car blueprints.

Similarly I haven't heard Ford or GM doing the same to Toyota or Landrover.

Na halafu China never shares research. They steal but they don't share. Same for Russia. You will hear Putin talk of hypersonic weapons but he won't share the know how with anyone.
Japan stole US tech in the 60s and 70s that's why they quickly caught up. You steal when you are coming from a lower base then when you reach tech parity R&D ina take over.

Plus no country or company willingly shares know how. You use that knowledge to maintain a competitive edge.

Ama unafikiria America itatupatia blueprints za kutengeneza ndege ndio we make a plane that can compete with Boeing?
 

Ndindu

Village Elder
#18
I have never heard of Japan's Toyota hacking into Ford or Chrysler to steal next year's car blueprints.

Similarly I haven't heard Ford or GM doing the same to Toyota or Landrover.

Na halafu China never shares research. They steal but they don't share. Same for Russia. You will hear Putin talk of hypersonic weapons but he won't share the know how with anyone.
Toyota Land Cruiser was copied from JEEP captured in 1941
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These trend has been going on for millennia. The Greeks and the Romans stole Chariot designs from each other many times in an effort to overcome tipping over during cornering.

Its only that the Chinese beat the BIG thieves the US at it.
 

T.Vercetti

Village Sponsor
#19
We need to be like chinkus. Steal replicate export cheap to other African countries...
Lmao, you are naive


The reason China steals is simply because they feel that they have a large army and nuclear weapons and therefore they are untouchable.

Kenya is not untouchable. If Kenya stole critical info from Ethiopia or TZ those countries would f**k Kenya up.

And what would be the point of stealing if you can talk na mskizane ni nini hio unataka???
 
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Ndindu

Village Elder
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I have never heard of Japan's Toyota hacking into Ford or Chrysler to steal next year's car blueprints.

Similarly I haven't heard Ford or GM doing the same to Toyota or Landrover.

Na halafu China never shares research. They steal but they don't share. Same for Russia. You will hear Putin talk of hypersonic weapons but he won't share the know how with anyone.
Today the US both steals designs or acquires companies from other countries e.g SKYPE was a small company from Estonia but was quickly bought by Microsoft, there are hundreds of such companies.

We can also say the entire US ICBM technology was stolen from Germans. The entire US space tech was also stolen from USSR and Germany's rocket technologies.
 

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