While visiting China – Beijing, we were walking in Tiananmen Square and it was very hot. So, I pulled a battery-operated hand fan out of my purse and turned it on with one hand while holding my umbrella in the other hand. In the meantime, I noticed this young fellow walking behind and then besides me who continued trying to observe my hand fan. After some time, I turned around and asked him in English if he wanted to see how the fan operated. He looked at it and then smiled and then walked away.
It was this way during our entire tour of China. In Hong Kong it was even worse. The attention that “fan” got was amazing. We took a tour of what I called “fake alley” in Hong Kong. You could buy a replica of just about anything – purses, perfumes, watches, etc. The big thing at that time was fake Rolex watches.
Everything you see is a stolen replica of goods from the whole world. Don’t the Chinese people have any creative ability or is it just easier to “steal” ideas?
You can’t be the leader of the world with “stolen” ideas. The U.S. politicians took “pity” on China as a third world country and used the U.S.’s taxpayer money and look at what the result is – a broken world caused by China with a virus called the coronavirus created in China. The sad part – it wasn’t a fake virus. It was the real deal.
We must always remember no matter what you do – “TRUST – BUT VERIFY” – especially your own fake corrupt politicians – the Democratic Party during the Obama administration/Schumer/Pelosi, et al. This has to be corrected – IMMEDIATELY.
What a horror story – China, a communist country, wants to be the leader of the world. How – kill as many people as you can and then what is left will be submissive.
Xi Jinping – PING PING PING!
“ChinaLiedPeopleDied” or show Chinese President Xi Jinping in a variety of virus-related visuals. Others were scathing about the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
“Clever propaganda. Where is the bit where the CCP covered it up and publicly shamed a hero doctor who then died?” said Twitter user “AC”.
Along with clips of English-language Xinhua video news stories, New China TV has previously uploaded publicity videos such as one of children of different ethnicities singing praises of China’s Belt and Road Initiative.
How could he lead the world – he can’t even speak the English language.
That’s all we hear – PING, PING, PING. That’s all we hear.
What’s Intellectual Property and Does China Steal It?: QuickTake
December 4, 2018 6:57 PM Updated on January 21, 2019 2:04 AM
U.S. President Donald Trump’s justification for imposing tariffs on imports from China includes the alleged theft of American intellectual property. Such violations — from counterfeiting famous brands and stealing trade secrets to pressuring companies to share technology with local companies to gain access to China’s vast market — have long angered China’s overseas competitors.
As a result, many companies are wary of doing business there. Efforts to improve enforcement, including a raft of new measures in December, have not come fast enough for Trump.
1. What is intellectual property?
It refers to creations of the mind, such as inventions, literary and artistic works, and designs, symbols, names and images used in commerce, according to the World Intellectual Property Organization. IP is protected in law by patents, copyright and trademarks, enabling people to earn recognition or financial benefit from what they invent or create. “The IP system aims to foster an environment in which creativity and innovation can flourish,” the WIPO says.
Where has the WIPO been all of these years – yes, creativity has flourished – in the direction of fake goods and services. China’s goods are all stolen intellectual property from top to bottom. China should be taken to court and made to reimburse all of the countries who they have stolen the intellectual property from. China is just one big thief. Trust is not China’s suit.
It has now given the Chinese people a bad name. I plan to boycott any Chinese goods until the U.S. stops buying all of this cheap, fake rotten stuff.