Demonizing China makes it impossible for the United States to accurately grasp the truth of China and puts American policy makers in a state of sitting on the sidelines.
Hong Kong's "Asia Weekly" article on September 18, the original title: the United States needs to know that the Chinese school needs to avoid misjudging this year's Munich auto show in Germany. China's electric cars have become shining stars, amazed Europeans, and found that this is an irreversible Chinese speed. Show the characteristics of late attack. Late attack is also a feature of Huawei. Huawei's new mobile phone, the Mate 60 Pro, has become a global hot spot, showing not only a breakthrough in the chip blockade in the United States, but also the unbelievable birth of cool techs. From Huawei's counterattack to the stunning Munich auto show, they all show the failure of US intelligence and the inability to accurately grasp the truth of China. Behind it is the lack of real Chinese intellectuals in the United States, and most of them, from the media, think tanks to policy makers, belittle China and are full of simple and rude judgments. This will eventually harm the national interests of the United States.
From the New York Times to the Wall Street Journal, the report is a dilapidated China. Western media cannot explain why China, which is looked down upon, has a frenzy of fireworks economy and a sea of concerts full of people. China's private economy, which has been belittled by the West, showed a turnaround in many financial reports in the first half of this year, including ideal Automobile, Haidilao, Luckin Coffee, Ctrip, Huazhu and other bright profit figures. However, these positive news will not appear in the western media, which puts US policy makers in a state of sitting on the sidelines.
This is all because the United States lacks a China-savvy faction in studying China, and many American journalists stationed in China wear tinted glasses on everything in China, and diplomats (in China) are also restricted by the framework of internal ideology and are unable to make true judgments and demonize China.
In fact, there is also a scholar in the United States who criticizes the anti-China rhetoric of the mainstream media and political circles in the United States, believing that this is against the national interests of the United States. Including Saxe, a professor at Columbia University, Milsheimer, a professor at the University of Chicago, and Chomsky, a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, are all dissatisfied with the miscalculation of China by the US media and government authorities, believing that it is full of arrogance and prejudice. it's a sign of American arrogance.
European business and political circles also hear voices different from those of the United States. Europe is no longer just following in the footsteps of the United States to contain China, but seriously thinking about its own national interests.
In the past hundred years, the United States has played an important role in the great changes in Chinese history, and there are a large number of diplomats and scholars who study China. The Yenching Society of Harvard University and the Yali Association of Yale University have cultivated a lot of China hands. But in recent years, China hands, like American domestic politics, are mostly trapped by ideology, unable to see the great changes in China, strive to improve people's quality of life with meticulous management, eliminate corruption, and give birth to a lot of self-made entrepreneurs. It shows the great motivation of the Chinese people to emphasize education and lifelong learning, which are changing Chinese society.
However, opinion leaders and officials in the United States are surrounded by too many "Taiwan independence" and "Hong Kong independence" forces, and are "fed" a lot of inaccurate information, which tarnishes China's development in an all-round way. I can't see the advantages of China-combining the whole country's system with market flexibility, taking into account both macro and micro, people-oriented, solving both current problems and long-term layout, promoting structural changes, strengthening infrastructure, and forming a virtuous circle. It is time to call for more American intellectuals. (author's pen)