China: Yesterday Principles – Today Advanced Tech

Said El Mansour Cherkaoui – June 12, 2023saidcherkaoui@triconsultingkyoto.comhttps://triconsultingkyoto.com

New Face of China

In Africa: “When a Lion is smiling, do not believe he is happy and quiet, he is only sharpening his teeth!” Prepare your Defense Walls around your Space and your House

So Who is Next on the Target List after Russia and China, North and South Sahara Africa, the Middle East, Central Asia Balkans,  Central and South America, and Southeast Asia?

The difference is the sophistication of the disruptive approach applied as an indirect change of regimes or inside torpedoing by local collaborators. 

The West is not only Battling China, they are battling all expressions of self-development and self-sustainability.

Les leaders occidentaux sont les maîtres du désastre en ce qui concerne mettre les bâtons dans les roues des pays cherchant une voie alternative et indépendante pour réaliser leur propres buts et objectifs basés sur le propre besoin de leur pays et sa population.

The West is showing real faces while since the Bretton-Woods they were all talking about Economic Growth, Substitution to Importations, Industrial Development, Expansion of local Market and Demand, Reduction of Poverty, Fight against Illiteracy, Fight against Hunger, Discrimination and Disease, Changing the Underdeveloped Economies in new Free Traders and Democracies, Building of Infrastructure and Logistics of Communication, Sustaining Formal Economy in Latin America, Development of Entrepreneurship, Promotion of Small and Mid-sized women-owned businesses, Reduction of Gender Gap in professions, Increase the Education of Women and their Representation in High Positions, Protection of Ethnic Minorities … etc….

The following articles presented here are focused on defining and explaining how, when, where, and with what China leaped forward during the administrations of 5 presidents with Deng Sio Ping as the initiator and the reference for such change and development of new policies aimed at first to implement and install a modern economy built on new forms of technology and know-how parallel and similar to the one followed and adapted by the most advanced western economies.


Giant Jump of the Panda and Awakening of the Paper Tiger

China Affairs by Said El Mansour Cherkaoui

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Without Mao: China’s Great March to Ali Baba’s Cave

China Without Mao:

Paper Tiger Transforms into Panda Receptionist

According to the famous expression of Mao Zedong (1956 interview), America is only a “paper tiger” (Zhi Laohu), that is to say, it roars like a tiger but in reality remains harmless and can be easily destroyed.

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Deng Xiaoping’s Vision

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When Mao died in 1976, a faction of the Chinese Communist Party, led by Deng Xiaoping, undertook to reform the economy. Observing the extraordinary economic development of his neighbor, South Korea, Deng Xiaoping decided to liberalize the Chinese economy while retaining the communist political framework: this is the “socialist market economy”. As he himself says in an aphorism: “It doesn’t matter whether the cat is black or white, as long as it catches mice!” » Deng, on the other hand, initiates a double liberalization with the end of the all-State internally and the beginnings of openness with the outside world (…)

“There is no need to fear the proliferation of foreign companies, as long as you keep your cool. We indeed have our intrinsic superiority, as well as our large and medium-sized state enterprises, our rural enterprises, and above all…

The power is in our hands. Foreign businessmen want to make money. The State, for its part, derives tax revenue, workers their salary, and, what’s more, we can learn about technology and management, obtain information, and open up new markets.

Plan and market are only processes. The essence of socialism is the liberation and development of the productive forces, abolition of exploitation, ultimately leading to common prosperity. This is a truth that must be imposed on everyone.

Is the stock market, for example, beneficial or dangerous, is it specific to capitalism, or does it have its place in a socialist system?

It is not a forbidden fruit, but it must be experienced resolutely. If it works, we can extend it after one or two years. […in a word, if we want to highlight the superiority of socialism over capitalism, it is appropriate to absorb, to boldly borrow every element of civilization created by human societies, all modes of organization and efficient management techniques specific to each nation in the world today, including developed capitalist countries. »

Source: LE TESTAMENT DE DENG XIAOPING, François Lenglet, publié le 

Croissance Économique, Ouverture Internationale, 

Résistance Nationale Politique

China thus made, in the space of a single generation (thirty years) its “industrial revolution”, this phase of economic take-off that Europe and America had experienced a century and a half earlier and which had required, in these regions, two or three times more time. Everything in China happened much more quickly: the transfer from agriculture to industry, from the countryside to the cities, the emergence of a middle class, and the beginnings of mass consumption. Production has thus increased on average by almost 10% per year. It has increased sevenfold in thirty years. Never seen.

Never in economic history has a country this large experienced such strong growth for such a long period. That being said, despite its billionaires, its mushroom cities and its appetite for Western luxury, China is at the start of the 21st century a rich country populated by poor people, a young country but with an aging population even before it has become rich. Number two, behind the United States, in terms of its total gross domestic product, it is at the bottom of the ranking, not far from 100th place, if we take into consideration gross domestic product per capita – a more relevant indicator of standard of living of the population. (…)

To maintain its rank, as the 12th Plan suggests, China must now shift from growth fueled by exports, investment and copying to growth based on household consumption, services and innovation. “Communist”, China actually needs a double revolution: “socialist”, with the establishment of a welfare state, and “liberal”, with the establishment of a rule of law, development real checks and balances and the promotion of a spirit of initiative. The Party and the State say they are working on it. This is, for example, the objective of the project aimed at ensuring minimum protection for all citizens in terms of health, unemployment or retirement. It is also the one sought after with the effort put into high-level education and training.

In late 1978, the aircraft company Boeing announced the sale of several 747 aircraft to PRC airlines, and the beverage company Coca-Cola publicized

as its intention to open a production plant in Shanghai. From 1979 onwards, liberal-inspired economic reforms accelerated, although communist-style rhetoric was retained. The commune system is gradually dismantled and farmers begin to have more freedom to manage the land they cultivate and sell their products on the markets. At the same time, the Chinese economy is opening up to the outside world.

On January 1, 1979, the United States diplomatically recognized the People’s Republic of China, abandoning the authorities in Taiwan. Commercial contacts between China and the West are beginning to develop.

  • The countryside is de-collectivized: each peasant now produces in his own interest.
  • Special economic zones (SEZ), in which foreign investments are authorized, are created on the coast, in Shenzen, Zhuhai, Shantou, Xiamen, etc. Thanks to trade opening and the provision of international capital (which comes for 50% of the Chinese in Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan), China can finally make use of its major comparative advantage: a large, disciplined and cheap workforce (“workshop country”). From then on, industrial establishments multiplied, half-Chinese, half-foreign: Bell telecommunications factory (United States) in Shanghai, Jeep automobile factories (United States) in Beijing (Beijing), Volkswagen (FRG) in Shanghai, Peugeot (France) in Guangzhou, etc.

Deng Xiaoping. the economic reforms initiated which resulted in an unprecedented acceleration of economic growth and foreign investment in China during the 1990s.  Deng’s policies enabled hundreds of millions of Chinese to escape poverty relatively speaking. China is overall an intermediate country, far from extreme poverty. Its HDI (0.745) places it 94th in the world (out of 177 countries). Its PPP GDP stands at $4,580 per capita, with constant progress. Such figures, however, are only averages: for the rural population, they are very much lower. In some respects, China in the 2000s remains a poor country.

Deng Xiaoping. the economic reforms initiated which resulted in an unprecedented acceleration of economic growth and foreign investment in China during the 1990s.  Deng’s policies enabled hundreds of millions of Chinese to escape poverty relatively speaking.

China is today, overall, an intermediate country, far from extreme poverty. Its HDI (0.745) places it 94th in the world (out of 177 countries). Its PPP GDP stands at $4,580 per capita, with constant progress. Such figures, however, are only averages: for the rural population, they are very much lower. In some respects, China in the 2000s remains a poor country.

Over the past twenty years, however, China has been progressing very rapidly. It is even the country in the world with the strongest economic growth. The GDP thus grew by 8.2% per year between 1975 and 2002 and by 8.6% per year between 1990 and 2002, a multiplication of 2.5 in 12 years, by almost 8 in 27 years! No other country can boast of such economic development which has placed the republic on the path which today makes it the second power in the world.

Over the past two decades, China has become a manufacturing hub and the world’s largest exporter of goods, transforming from an emerging economy to an economic superpower.

According to the latest estimates of the economic outlook for IMF, the country will represent 18.8% of global GDP at purchasing power parity (PPP) this year.  A figure up by more than 10 percentage points compared to the early 2000s, when the  United States and the European Union were still far ahead in terms of economic production.

Over the past twenty years, the United States and major European economies have seen their superiority challenged by the emergence of new powers, such as China, India, and other countries. While the United States saw its share of global GDP decline from 19.8% to 15.8% between 2002 and 2022, that of the European Union fell from 19.9% ​​to 14.8% over the same period (keeping in mind that the United Kingdom’s exit from the EU also contributed to this decline).

The gap between China, the United States, and the EU is likely to widen in the coming years, as the outlook is rather bleak for the latter two economies, which are at risk of entering a recession, while the Chinese economy should be able to continue to post single-digit growth rates (close to 5%).


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China is working on establishing all these milestones and beyond.

Battling China is the reward given to China as recognition of its outstanding performances realized during just 5 presidents du Developpement Global de la Chine – 4 Leaders Pieds de la Table de Jeu Technologique de la Chine and 50 years of hard work and devotion to national development policies and goals.

China: Yesterday Principles – Today Advanced Tech

Dr. Said El Mansour Cherkaoui

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China’s Rise to Economic Preeminence

As the world economy continues to grapple with supply chain issues (in part) caused by the “zero Covid” health policy and lockdowns in  China. It has become sadly clear just how bad the global economy is vulnerable to regional disruptions, especially if they occur in China, the largest supplier of goods on the planet.

Meying Mengue 5/7/2022

Yes, we are capable of it. Except that let’s not forget the progress of China, whose GDP per capita was almost similar to that of African countries in the 1960s. But mainland China, broken up during the occupations, had already achieved its unification and was continuing its cultural revolution. 

In China, we better apply God’s commandments (treat your neighbor as yourself, don’t steal, don’t kill, hate corruption, etc.) but we talk less about God or Allah, even less about churches/ mosques than in Africa.
This means that the religion of development and community well-being was better instilled in the population thanks to education controlled by nationalists and above all dedicated leaders.

Africa, for its part, finds it difficult to escape from religious or even community quarrels, which gives rise to Western and Eastern sects. Our societies face serious mentality problems and our true leaders struggle to play their role or are simply pushed aside.

However, unity of visions is a prerequisite for unity of actions and an important factor of Power, whether political or economic.

Response from Said El Mansour Cherkaoui

To the Attn. of: Meying Mengue & Adamou BOUBACAR

Religion is not the cause, it is used as a reason for anger and revolt against the aspirations of the people to live peacefully.

None of the 3 divine religions dictate that you live in misery and go kill others to steal from them.

China developed because it had leaders who went to see up close what Capitalism is in its essence by working and closely studying the capitalist system in its relations of production and distribution of the most -value and its relations with the USSR and China to ensure the growth of this added value 

Even the Leader of Vietnam did the same. Nehru of India also followed this trajectory to understand what British capitalism is. We can continue the examples with other Leaders

It is in line with this learning and this desire to move the country forward and direct it towards the construction of an educational framework responding to real needs and respecting the national conditions of deep local and regional reforms and integration as a new nation through a rational strategy and national industrial model with options for socialism

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