原文标题：How CHINA changed through the years
China, the world’s second largest economy will continue to see an economic boom.
The average saving rate for Chinese urban households has doubled in recent years, rising from 15 percent in the early 1990s to 30 percent in 2009. China and its enterprising people have come a long way to earn an enviable status globally.
Here are glimpses from China’s incredible success story
by French Cuisine (View MyPage) on Aug 08, 2011 10:24 PM
All hail the new supereconomy of the world – China. Jai ho!!
Excuses of India
by deepak kotnis (View MyPage) on Aug 08, 2011 10:04 AM | Hide replies
India will always give an excuse of no democracy as a negative to china and positive to india, but fact remains is , what the politicians do when in office for the people and not how they came to office. We focus too much on how they came to office and they dont care for the people who brought them there.
Chinese politicians may not be elected by ppl but they only work in the betterment of people.
Fact remains is that only 1 thing india can surpass china, producing babies.
Re: Excuses of India
by Zero h (View MyPage) on Aug 08, 2011 11:35 AM
and for a chinese you have to take permission to do that!!! If you think that is good, better you can migrate to that country. Nothing will be equal to your freedom. You can’t be happy if you are in a cage.
Re: Re: Excuses of India
by deepak kotnis (View MyPage) on Aug 08, 2011 11:28 PM
I dont need permission from a citizen of a 3 rd world county like u to tell me , where i need to migrate. The best shastra of all indian bloggers, migrate if u have a problem, but dont expect change.
Typical 3rd world INDIANS
Re: Re: Excuses of India
by deepak kotnis (View MyPage) on Aug 08, 2011 11:29 PM
Freedom again, u r such a fool. U go and see china, i promise u wont come back to ur slums again.
by Six Sigma (View MyPage) on Aug 08, 2011 07:35 AM | Hide replies
After 50 years- our train still have a hole in the ground that drops human waste onto our railway tracks!!
When a foreigner enters our broken, asbestos covered grimy stations – the first thing they see is Human Shi-t and Pi-ss on the tracks!!
India Shining !!!
There is nothing called India
by Lastman Standing (View MyPage) on Aug 08, 2011 01:35 AM | Hide replies
There is a geographic entity called the disunited states of Indian peninsula with the motto of “Corruption is our birth right”.
Re: There is nothing called India
by revulagaddasreenu (View MyPage) on Aug 08, 2011 04:20 AM
how do you know China is more united?, India stands 84 in corruption perception Index chinese are some 75 or so (oh the great difference after all is 9 places), mind you there is death penalty in china for severe corruption.
Chinese did good things because they didnt have the right to question. In India questions come first before the endeveour and we will be left with the question even after…
Re: Re: There is nothing called India
by Hari Narasimhan (View MyPage) on Aug 08, 2011 09:40 AM
China is a dictatorship and no one can beleive figures that a dictatorship projects..
The so called death penalty for corruption that you are talking about could as well be a ploy by the government to eliminate good people who do not dance to their tunes.
Right to question is a fundamental right, nobody should hold unaccounted and unbridled power.
Re: Re: Re: There is nothing called India
by revulagaddasreenu (View MyPage) on Aug 09, 2011 03:04 AM
but if you question everything without the sense of why you are questioning, what you will be left with will be questions only.
There is a choke and chees difference between mindless questions and transparency. every right has to be used judiciously, and ‘right to question’ is also no different. Many of us just question, but barely take the steps to answer the questions, some sort of qestion masters may be!
in any case what i was projecting was not the goodness of china, but why they are seemingly better than us. then we have our sort of problems and they have theirs.
too many pro China bits on Rediff
by John Lennon (View MyPage) on Aug 08, 2011 01:27 AM | Hide replies
Is Rediff Indian or Chinese? Asking since its the Indians who drive it. Guess China pays better – there’ve been too many ‘good China’ articles past few months.
Re: too many pro China bits on Rediff
by Amit (View MyPage) on Aug 08, 2011 01:30 AM
So whats your problem. If China is doing better than India that’s not rediff’s problem.
Re: Re: too many pro China bits on Rediff
by John Lennon (View MyPage) on Aug 08, 2011 02:04 AM
But why focus on a country all the time, the one that is ‘secretly’ the no.1 military adversary of India. China wants to grab Arunachal and some other parts.
One or two articles every 6 months on such a fast growing next superpower is okay. But not when it gets repeated like this.
Re: Re: Re: too many pro China bits on Rediff
by Golden (View MyPage) on Aug 08, 2011 04:35 AM
i know there are people who love to be blind and remain a fool…..
their hatred is so much that they just dont want to see their enemies getting any good, even if it is an open truth like sun…
such people are bound to die a fool’s death still they will feel that they are in the heaven….
we better keep such fools at bay and try to know the world in true colour as much as possible.
Re: Re: Re: Re: too many pro China bits on Rediff
by Zero h (View MyPage) on Aug 08, 2011 11:37 AM
and such people think their country is good even if they are living in Taliban era!!!
by Shareq Rezaur Rahman (View MyPage) on Aug 07, 2011 05:24 PM | Hide replies
Ah! the chinese. They all look the same! No need for democracy.
What is the truth?
by Nagarajan Viswanathan (View MyPage) on Aug 07, 2011 05:10 PM | Hide replies
No one at least in India will truly know the realities in China due all sorts of distorted information being floated about it?But it appears that it is rich,powerful,progressive,growing,advancing even faster than all the countries in the world?Its people seem to be
intelligent,talented,disciplined and hardworking?In future US may be owned by China?Are they happy?I don’t know?Why even we Indians are not happy as per on study?
Re: What is the truth?
by Amit (View MyPage) on Aug 08, 2011 01:38 AM
Dude, why do you say the information is “distorted”. The international media is well aware about how China is advancing rapidly. India is growing only in some sectors and a very few percentage of the population is getting benefited whereas in China it is growing in every index. Being ignorant does not help India in any way.
Re: Re: What is the truth?
by Hari Narasimhan (View MyPage) on Aug 08, 2011 09:44 AM
Amit, he is saying that the information is distorted because a dictatorship always distorts its figures.
Dont follow China
by sakthi (View MyPage) on Aug 07, 2011 04:30 PM | Hide replies
Chinese are slave but they dont know that, because they never experienced the freedom. Can any one in chinese media can rise the voice for Dila lama. But in India our lawyers argue for Kasab. Any one in China have a public presence organized for religion but India we can , there are lots of slavery in China but the govt kept Chinese in dark.We cant eat money or economy. Indian govt is corrupted, No proper functioning Still we are free and Im a proud Indian.
Re: Dont follow China
by vijay (View MyPage) on Aug 07, 2011 04:50 PM
Well said friend. No matter what the material wealth brings comfort, if the freedom of action and thinking is curtailed by a select group of persons not elected through popular vote, the result will be only despair generation after generation till democratic liberation sets in..
I am too a proud Indian tasting freedom
Re: Re: Dont follow China
by Amit (View MyPage) on Aug 08, 2011 01:42 AM
What do you understand by freedom – being able to vote some corrupt politicians year after year and living like a slumdog. Please enlighten!!
Re: Re: Re: Dont follow China
by Hari Narasimhan (View MyPage) on Aug 08, 2011 09:47 AM
Living an average life is better than living at the mercy of a goonda.
Re: Dont follow China
by proundindian (View MyPage) on Aug 07, 2011 08:06 PM
you seem to be a frog living in the well.
Re: Dont follow China
by Amit (View MyPage) on Aug 08, 2011 01:47 AM
Yes, you are free to spit on road, violate traffic at your will, kill someone in the name of religion, bribe the corrupt babus, vote for the most corrupt politicians as you are India.
Concrete and Steel
by shubhro ganguly (View MyPage) on Aug 06, 2011 01:04 AM | Hide replies
We are looking at the advancement of China only in terms of the material possession. Having loads of concrete and steel structures does not mean that at country is advanced. I was in the worli area of mumbai – I could hardly find any trees. Just huge big malls and buildings. There is not a bit of mud to be seen in the roadside. Only Concrete. No cats and dogs on the streets. No birds because there are no trees left. If this is what is known as development – I would rather stay in Bhutan. Being hygienic is good. But sanitizing everything is overdoing it. What sort of concrete jungle are we leaving for our children.
Re: Concrete and Steel
by Vaibhav shah (View MyPage) on Aug 06, 2011 01:25 AM
very true..I completely agree with you.
china’s population doubled at the same time India’s population
by Siru Thurumbu (View MyPage) on Aug 06, 2011 01:03 AM | Hide replies
tripled. If we breed like rats we have to live like rats. Get over it. We still have girls pushed into marriages in their teen years. Delay marriages by 5 years and child bearing by three. If every woman in India will have only two kids when she is between the ages of 25 and 30, we would be a very different country too.
WHEN WILL CHINA OPEN ITS DOORS TO SKILLED WORKERS FROM INDIA
by such jano (View MyPage) on Aug 06, 2011 12:44 AM | Hide replies
that way india can befit from China’s development.
China & India
by Obaid Rehmani (View MyPage) on Aug 05, 2011 10:25 PM | Hide replies
Holding of successful Olympics games is one of the greatest indicators of urban development & planning. South Korea got freedom from Japan in 1950 and hosted Seoul Olympics in 1988..!! real achievement…China even if you consider from 1978 onwards took 30 years to hold Olympics…can India do the same…we are 64 years and counting since independence….and yes India and Korea had similar situations when they got their independence.
by BUSH (View MyPage) on Aug 05, 2011 05:57 PM | Hide replies
Amazing…. Kudos to them.
Freedom of expression would have been an icing on cake.
by Zero h (View MyPage) on Aug 05, 2011 06:44 PM | Hide replies
But I can burn Lokpal bill publicly and question the Govt…the govt will not use Army tanks to a protest…
by shubasrikrishna (View MyPage) on Aug 05, 2011 07:00 PM
you are fit only for that. nothing productive…..
Advent of Color Photography is the MOST breakthrough thing
by Argumentative Indian (View MyPage) on Aug 05, 2011 05:22 PM | Hide replies
to have happened to China.
It is very clear that till the 1980s, China only had black and white photographs. Recently, they have developed Color Photography. This is the real break through change in their lives.
Why such a big fuss?
by proundindian (View MyPage) on Aug 05, 2011 05:08 PM | Hide replies
they reformed their economy since 1978 and 30years is not a short time for development.it’s normal they make such achievements.
Re: Why such a big fuss?
by Aditi Nayak (View MyPage) on Aug 05, 2011 05:11 PM
Brother…we have had 54 years and still nowhere near China.
Re: Re: Why such a big fuss?
by proundindian (View MyPage) on Aug 05, 2011 05:15 PM
54 years?india begin its economy from 1991.if you say 54years,China may be 62 years from 1949.
Re: Re: Re: Why such a big fuss?
by Aditi Nayak (View MyPage) on Aug 05, 2011 05:26 PM
In 1947, China was way behind India…and see today….So the fuss about is justified.
Re: Re: Why such a big fuss?
by LK Advani (View MyPage) on Aug 05, 2011 05:15 PM
whatever it is we are democratic country, what is use of economic prospects when you are still a controlled freedom-less place. i am quite happy with india. China will have a revolution, but when? that is the biggest question now!
by pondekathi (View MyPage) on Aug 05, 2011 04:43 PM | Hide replies
Guys what you are seeing is being showcased. Go and stay, travel interiors, then you wlll realise the suffocating rule of China. A country which bans “Google”,stashes commuters in trains and buses with force, kills thousands and thousands of pets at one go, due to fear of rabies, skin animals alive, use animal bones, tooth and whiskers for potency, eat cat,dog, monkeys with relish..has a long way to go to become civilised in the proper sense.
Re: Modern China..Good??
by Arun Premraj (View MyPage) on Aug 05, 2011 04:47 PM
wat abt our interiors? nothing much gong on there either
Re: Modern China..Good??
by Pat Thakur (View MyPage) on Aug 05, 2011 04:56 PM
They eat only animals/ birds/ reptiles/ amphibians but we eat humans too in addition to this. You mean it’s this point that makes us civilised?
Wake up mate & stop day-dreaming. Even if you waste ten more geneations, you can never dream of becoming developed/ civilised because the gap between developed worrld & Indians goes widening. In the beginning, the developed world was one pace ahead of India, then they went ten steps ahead. That ratio of 1:10 goes on widening tenfolds, hundredfolds etc.
Re: Re: Modern China..Good??
by pondekathi (View MyPage) on Aug 05, 2011 05:07 PM
Am not day dreaming man. Given the option to choose a product, I’ll not buy chinese, at least 80% knowledgable people won’t. Go and visit the sweat shops in industrial cities and towns of China, where workers work like slaves. Am not saying India does not have maladies like child labour, honour killings, dowry killings. At least we have the chance to make ourselves heard. Open your mind matey. What you’re seeing is Promotion box of Windows Vista!!
Re: Modern China..Good??
by pradeep m (View MyPage) on Aug 05, 2011 04:50 PM
blocking facebook,google or twitter is not the end of the world,,,those Chinese have their own search engine,social network….and more over they have guts to say get out for any billion dollar company which breaks their rules…
China and India
by kishore malhotra (View MyPage) on Aug 05, 2011 04:36 PM
Chinese are ahead of India simply because their leadership was more pragmatic than India`s.
by Arun Premraj (View MyPage) on Aug 05, 2011 04:28 PM | Hide replies
much of india of today seems to be relevant to china’s 80s pics
by Sunit Kumar (View MyPage) on Aug 05, 2011 04:55 PM
You have said it. Infact India is where China was in 1980, imagine we are just 30 years behind China !!!