From Shanghai to Beijing, Gates not only did not show any signs of fatigue, but was very interested: "Every time I go to Shanghai and Beijing, I will marvel at the pace of modernization so fast!" In his view, the first China International Import Expo clearly conveys what is the best way for China and the world. China is actively improving the market environment, including encouraging competition and attracting foreign investment. Entering the Expo is a good signal. It will promote foreign investment to participate in the competition in China's related fields more directly and conveniently.
As for the current frictions between China and the United States in the field of economic and trade, Gates believes that it is very important for the two countries to maintain a positive relationship, which is beneficial to both sides. Trade is a good thing to win, and we hope that the United States can reach some common understanding. He said that on trade issues, people are more likely to notice negative effects, such as factory closures, but the benefits of trade have not received the attention they deserve, such as falling prices. Therefore, we should pay more attention to the positive impact of trade and strive to promote trade development.
Since the first visit to China in 90s of last century, Gates has long been a frequent visitor to China. As co-chairman of the Gates Foundation, his trip to China is dedicated to working with partners to discuss and promote important issues in the field of global health and development.
From engineers, entrepreneurs, the richest man in the world to philanthropists today, Gates, who has just celebrated his 63rd birthday, admits that he is very lucky to see the world from an innovative perspective. The field of science and technology is an important force to change the world. "Fortunately, I like science and have a certain talent."
Gates, in his 40s, began to engage in charity, and in his 50s, devoted himself wholeheartedly to charity. "Diversity is one of the charms of charity." The age, manner and field of charity began to vary from person to person, but for charity, even a dollar can make a difference. He said that charity in China is still at an early stage of development, but has great potential. He believed that more people would set an example in the future.