書/ON CHINA

BOOK_ONCHINA

我在從前都不知道可以從這本書裡知道什麼學到什麼或期望得到什麼,我想是之前的聲譽吧! 在這本書提及到,外交官跟蹤記錄,從60年代和世界外交的核心人物,許多被指控在多個國家的戰爭罪行。是一個啟示給我?這本書是一個引人入性的書本。從一開始在毛澤東時代到今天的美國華人的政治關係,見識到許多中國人的思維和事情。這是一個精心編寫的,易於讀取信息的書本。人可以寫,一定的。

Didn’t really know what to expect from this S.O.B. A character from before my time,
I guess the reputation precedes. A diplomat with a polarizing track record, a central figure of world diplomacy from the 60’s and on, accused of war crimes in multiple countries.
The revelation? This book is an absorbing read. Insightful into much Chinese thinking
and the goings-on of American-Chinese political relations from its beginnings in the Mao era to today. It is a well-written and easy read; informative. The man can write, affirmative.

BOOK QUOTE ::

‘The United States bears the responsibility to retain its competitiveness and its world role.
It should do this for its own traditional convictions, rather than as a contest with China. Building competitiveness is a largely American project, which we should not ask China
to solve for us. China, fulfilling its own interpretation of its national destiny, will continue to develop its economy and pursue a broad range of interests in Asia and beyond. This is
not a prospect that dictates confrontations that led to the First World War. It suggests an evolution in many aspects of which China and the United States cooperate as much as they compete.’ (Henry Kissinger, ON CHINA, Penguin Books)

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