China and US were benefiting mutually in the past. China won’t be able to grow this quickly without American technology, and US could not enjoy using the products at this price without the workforce in China.
China and US still don’t know each other very well. Biased comments will lead to biased views for the young people, and this could last for a long time.
Secondly, about conflict. My mentor from the US once asked me a question. “Do you think that all the conflicts that happened were coincident?” “No, they are not. If you think about two children hoping to grab a toy, conflict occurs.” Countries are just like Kids trying to grow up and learn. Different from people, countries learn much slower. But let us think from a different perspective, we should feel lucky don’t we? Because we can observe and analyze which method will make people happier. Why people are angry with each other? They should be happy because the other country is a good experiment and evidence to show what the other country is experiencing while developing in a different mechanism. So my friends, think calmly.
Finally, is my challenge to you all. As young leaders, we need to take more risk and responsibilities. You should learn more languages, acquire wisdom, and keep moving forward. Once you stop, the only way you can shift is downward.
Very last, I view everyone as a brick, and we should have a goal to build a fabulous building with different bricks. The piling of the bricks doesn’t mean we are stepping onto each other, but by building a gorgeous building by putting our hands together. I hope all of you could have a successful life and be the leaders to make the world a better place.