Former Secretary of State mentioned geopolitical and competitive elements between US and China,EXPRESS paper published Chinese influence on April 7, 2008 on page 8 to reinforce such rationale. China is becoming the No. 1 foreign economic clout in Laos. As migrants, money and influence roll across the frontier,northern areas of the country are beginning to look like a Chinese province. According to Deputy Prime Minister Somsavat Lengsavad, a Chinese firm was granted a renewable, 50-year lease to transform 4,000 acres of rice fields into a modern city, thus stimulating the business and investment climate of one of the world's poorest nations. Samsavat explained that when Laos fell short of funds to build a stadium for the Southeast Asian Games it will host next year,it turned to the China Development Bank. The bank offered a Chinese firm, Suzhou Industrial Park Overseas Investment Co, a loan to build the stadium in exchange for the lease.
Since Olympics will take place in Beijing,China in 2008 and Southeast Asian Games will be held in Laos in 2009,sports-minded folks would visit Laos from all over the world for sports' competition in Southeast Asia. Such competition would attract peoples from all nations regardless of politics as the Olympics. This view is shared by ordinary folks globally. Kissinger's reasoning of making effort at global cooperation especially between United States and China would be sound for sports competition or other collaboration without politics.
In the field of science,BioDuro has openings in Biology and Chemistry in Beijing for Beijing Laboratory, a newly constructed state- of- the -art facility comprising 300 scientists. BioDuro,Inc. is based in San Diego, CA USA E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com I was responsible for a Directory sponsored by the National Science Foundation in the interest of American scientists to contact Chinese scientists. Such work is published by Hoover Institution of Stanford University in 1970. This is another evidence of US-China cooperation and collaboration without politics as Kissinger stressed in his analysis for readers of the Washington Post,April 7, 2008 page A17.
Francis Shieh a.k.a. Xie Shihao,an avid reader to watch developments between two nations on both sides of the Pacific with the positive scenario for mutual benefit instead of self-destructive conflict as the former Secretary of State envisions. Tuesday,April 8, 2008