China Tracker WHAT A SUPERPOWER WANTS

China TrackerWHAT A SUPERPOWER WANTSPROFILEHEADLINE GRABSRSS FEED20Sharehttp://platform0.twitter.com/widgets/tweet_button.html?_=1293669042086&count=vertical&lang=en&related=forbes&text=What%20Is%20The%20Chinese%20Dream%3F&url=http%3A%2F%2Fblogs.forbes.com%2Fchina%2F2010%2F12%2F20%2Fwhat-is-the-chinese-dream%2F&via=forbeshttp://www.reddit.com/static/button/button3.html?width=69&url=http%3A%2F%2Fblogs.forbes.com%2Fchina%2F2010%2F12%2F20%2Fwhat-is-the-chinese-dream%2F&title=What%20Is%20The%20Chinese%20Dream%3F2digg6inShareWhat Is The Chinese Dream?Dec. 20 2010 - 11:50 pm | 2,272 views | 0 recommendations | 2 commentsposted by HELEN H. WANGIn an event in Silicon Valley, someone asked me: “In one sentence or two, would you tell me what is the Chinese dream?” (as he learned I wrote a book called The Chinese Dream).A simple question, but … Continue reading China Tracker WHAT A SUPERPOWER WANTS

How 9/11 Made Us Stupid…by Tomas Friedman…

Not long ago, the satirical newspaper The Onion ran a fake news story that began like this: "At a well-attended rally in front of his new ground zero headquarters Monday, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani officially announced his plan to run for president of 9/11. 'My fellow citizens of 9/11, today I will … Continue reading How 9/11 Made Us Stupid…by Tomas Friedman…

Finally a optimistic story on Katrina Recovery:Young Professionals Devoted to Rebuilding New Orleans

Young Professionals Devoted to Rebuilding New Orleans to its Former Glory Wednesday, August 29, 2007 By Maggie Lineback A few years back, the big acronym was "DINK," for "double income, no kids." In New Orleans, it's "YURP, " for "Young Urban Recovery Professionals." It's a small but growing trend in the population here in New … Continue reading Finally a optimistic story on Katrina Recovery:Young Professionals Devoted to Rebuilding New Orleans

Corruption, crime, insurance choking off economic growth

Corruption, crime, insurance choking off economic growth 03:39 PM CDT on Wednesday, August 29, 2007 Alan Sayre / Associated Press Two years after Hurricane Katrina almost nothing seems the same in New Orleans, but one thing has not changed -- a cool regard by business for what was once a major Southern commercial center. The … Continue reading Corruption, crime, insurance choking off economic growth