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Will the next Dragons of Asia about to rise?

Asia is now predicted to be the world leader in future, but who? China, India, or japan? This is still a question mark, isn't it? China is trying to expand its military power as well as its economic power to other countries in Asia, especially Southeast Asia. China recently focused on its military power and upgraded their army weapons to the most advanced technology. The world looks at what China did and lead to a conclusion that "China is a powerful nation". It is wrong. China though now are living with their famous fake glorious, China, in fact, struggles with their internal lands problems. More than 90% of China residents are under living standard. China's Government keeps the most of country's income to perform military affairs and government's benefits. Most of lands China occupied by now is infact belongs to many other countries. We could see that by many languages exist in China. China government goverment other ethnic resident by its military force. 2 millions Chinese ethnic govern 20 millions people of different ethic. For those reason above, China will never have the real power as its show-up to the world. China in fact have to keep their soilders at home to surpress their civillants. Suppose China involves in a war by now, it will serve as a chance for a rebel of pity residents all around the country, and China will be divided into many small countries as it was before due to lacking force to repress their civillants. China's soldiers actually don't have a strong national spirit as well. Another fact is that, China cheated on economy, most of its companies backe by China government. And China tried to keep their civillants pretty poor to provide a cheap labors which contributed to destroy the balance of products price in the world and especially the US. China, due to cheap labors, has steal all jobs from the US causing unemployment rates to rise. In a near future, US is predicted to leave China for its bad behaves on economy, as well as the most advanced countries around the world. China at that time will face high risk of corruption due to the stagnancy of its industries. China economic growth will freeze for at least 10 to 30 years if the world stop importing China products. China lives by sucking blood from the US because it can't stand by itself. China's civillants are too poor to make the economy to start moving. To start moving an economy, a country has to spend great a mount of money, such as a stimulus package the US just did recently. China had no potential to be a dragon of Asia, and its future is pretty dark. Most people around the world recognize China's products as a cheap but poisonous. Some other dislike China for its expansionism in both land and sea. Some hostile China for the key factor causing the economy crisis to the world. especially US,Europe Union... How about the potential dragon of the future? - India: a strong techonogy, great military, plenty of natural resources. India is now a self-sufficient coutry. Its infrastructures are sufficient to produce everything without foreigner investor. India, also have a very good relationship with Vietnam(the second Japan suspected) and most Southest Asia countries. India is mild, inversely to China's expansionism. - Vietnam: full of natural resources, adequate military strength. one of the strongest in Southest Asia military power. A fast recovery economy after few long term wars. Vietnam will be a self-sufficient by 2020(developed country). Vietnam possesses high tech tele-communication, has its own space satellites, 2 nuclear power plants currently in construction to meet the fast economy growing demand.

Asked By: Chinese - 12/5/2009
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India is a big possible a next Asia dragon with its most advanced technology in the world. however, I don't think Vietnam will be a dragon by 2020... More
Answered By: Mong - 12/5/2009
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