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FairAndUnbiased

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There should be no private education.

Media, banking, telecommunications and education should be firmly under government control. These are the 4 areas the foreign vultures are looking to control China with using privatisation of these sectors.
Transport, energy, semiconductor and infrastructure too. First 4 are the brain of a country, the other 4 are the heart.

If you have no brain and no heart does it matter how big your biceps are?
 

Song Hong

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I guess the ultimate solution is what Mao say "People".

China must produce good quality and smart people with good character, and a sense of duty to serve the nations.

These smart people will put all their teaching materials freely on internet -- like Mr Li Yongle. Or they will open non profit class that somehow able to reach the entire nations, not just the urban.
 

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Transport, energy, semiconductor and infrastructure too. First 4 are the brain of a country, the other 4 are the heart.

If you have no brain and no heart does it matter how big your biceps are?
Should include software too. For example, software like search engine results can manipulate public opinion.
 

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Ccp changed the policy overnight. Everything now is unpredictable. Seems chinese are riding on nationalistic wave.
Not a good side at all.
 

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Of course this U.S. state propaganda mouthpiece makes some hyperbolic overdramatization and generalization to make ignorants afraid of China and feed trolls and haters with material to play along and complain and sneer at China for doing nonsensical and incomprehensible things American state propaganda just made up or deliberately spun to be misunderstood.

The regulations only
- ban foreign investment into Chinese private education systems that overlap with core subjects of the national curriculum
- ban education institutions from profit oriented selling of shares to investors
They do not ban commercial private institutions.

Here is some real news source:

They are doing the exact opposite of that coping mechanism phrase trolls keep parotting to rationalize Chinas success because it contradicts everything they like to claim about CPC incompetence and Chinese commmunism failing. They regulate and prevent captalism to take over control and direction of one of the pillars of the nation and create a dangerous dependence on whims of unregulated and unqualified private decission makers who may and by nature of capitalim are coerced not to prioritize the wellbeing of the nation but profits to create monopolies and fleece as much money out of people for as little "service" as possible rather than the mythos of providing quality and innovation.

The kind of capitalism where McDonalds and Coca Cola run kindergardens and schools in South American and end up turning the nation physically sick where the only one unscathed people are some profitering billionaire living in some mansion on some U.S. occupied island in the Pacific and other U.S. investors. The kind of capitalism where Amazon, Apple and Google use their monopoly to exploit small vendors or deliberately undermine their business if they try to be independent with every possible bad business practice they can get away with without, exactly, government regulation stopping them.
 

gambit

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There should be no private education.

Media, banking, telecommunications and education should be firmly under government control. These are the 4 areas the foreign vultures are looking to control China with using privatisation of these sectors.
I thought all those were tried -- and FAILED -- spectacularly and ignobly. But of course, now you are going to give us a list of things went wrong that now China will not repeat, ad nauseam.
 

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