China is the Best Country on Earth

China is the best country on Earth. A global survey has ranked China as the top most beautiful country on Earth, even beating such cultural landmarks as Venice and Tokyo.

China is also the most innovative country on Earth. It placed third overall in the Innovation-Possessing country survey conducted by the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific. The survey revealed the highest innovative country in the region as Thailand, whose innovative potential places it in the 25th spot worldwide.

These statistics came as no surprise to Chinese people who had, for a long time, experienced China as an economic and innovative superpower. But China has more secrets than what the statistics reveal.

Chinese culture is a mix of two kinds of cultures – Confucian and Daoist. The best way to summarize Confucian culture would be to translate a well-known Chinese phrase as “Chinese people don’t know themselves”. The Daoist culture might be translated as “Chinese people don’t know others”.

However, in reality, these two cultures have been combined in a way that has created one of the most beautiful and most creative cultures in the world. China’s national motto “Harmonious society under heaven” is not only beautiful, but also accurate, if we consider that the two elements that combine to make the society harmonious – Confucianism and Daoism – are at the root of the country’s achievements in politics, economics and culture.

The beauty of China

One of the questions people often ask when they come to China is what makes the Chinese so beautiful. The fact is that Chinese culture has a lot to do with it, just like in many other cases – beauty has a lot to do with culture.

In general, most people associate Chinese beauty with China’s ancient civilization. But there is also a modern definition of Chinese beauty as well.

The definition of Chinese beauty in the modern world

In fact, Chinese culture has been praised around the world for being elegant, sophisticated, rational and well-developed. To Chinese people, this is the beauty they are referring to, in the same way that western culture is known for its elegance, sophistication and high quality products.

China’s ancient civilization is certainly impressive. It was the first civilization in the world, a truly global civilization. When it was established, this civilization was the cradle of humanity and everything from this civilization can be said to be an achievement for humankind. China’s ancient civilization is certainly one of the reasons why Chinese culture has gained so much attention around the world.

However, this ancient civilization has now been destroyed, which makes China now facing a different challenge. There are different ways to say this, but it is clear that China has a lot of room for development. The reason for this development is the culture that the Chinese have created. They are the pioneers of modern day Chinese culture, which is why China is now called the country of the West.

While Chinese culture is different from the western culture, the modern definition of Chinese beauty is still based on ancient Chinese culture and it is still the best definition.

What is China’s definition of beauty?

As we mentioned above, the traditional definition of Chinese beauty includes the beauty of ancient Chinese culture. This definition was developed by the ancient Chinese philosophers, the Chinese art and literature as well as other important Chinese authors. Since ancient times, there has been a unique definition of Chinese beauty for the Chinese people.

This is one of the reasons why the ancient Chinese people have been very focused on Chinese culture. So, in addition to developing their ancient culture, they also developed their beauty standards. In the ancient Chinese culture, beauty was one of the most important values. In fact, the ancient Chinese would often say that beauty is the best thing in the world.

Traditional Chinese Culture

The beauty standards in ancient China were based on their own ancient culture. It was based on the idea of traditional Chinese culture, which is the first thing that the ancient Chinese people created. In this way, their culture helped them to develop a beautiful definition of beauty.

These standards were a way to express their culture and to make their way of life as beautiful as possible. Chinese culture is unique in many ways, but most of these values are still in modern day China and are still very influential. So, when we talk about ancient Chinese beauty, we must keep in mind that it is the cultural values of ancient China that set the standards for beauty.

Beauty and Traditional Chinese Culture

The beauty of Chinese culture was based on the belief that a beautiful person was one who was full of goodness. These ancient Chinese thought that beauty was not simply based on physical attributes. They thought that the most beautiful people in the world were people who were well developed in their spiritual and moral quality. The great virtue that a person should have is kindness, kindness is one of the things that ancient Chinese thought was beautiful.

So, if you want to be beautiful, you should always treat people nicely. This is one of the most beautiful things about ancient Chinese culture. It’s interesting because many cultures believe that beauty is purely a physical matter. But, Chinese culture thought that it was the moral that was most important to being beautiful.

Beauty and Confucius

Ancient Chinese thought that beauty was a way to express a moral nature. As a part of their culture, they believed that being kind was beautiful. They had a definition of beauty that was so simple that it was based on things like the way that a person was dressed, the way that they spoke, and their moral quality.

Ancient Chinese Culture and Dressing

When people of ancient Chinese culture were dressing, they always dressed in traditional clothing. Dressing in a way that expressed what their culture believed to be beautiful was a priority. Men wore flowing robes with a belt that fit their waist. This was a style that was popular among the men of ancient China.

Women wore more modest clothing and they often covered their faces when they were going out into the world. If they were going into the market, they often would cover their arms, legs, and feet. Women didn’t really need to be ashamed of what they were wearing and men were proud of the fact that they were dressed in beautiful ways.

Beautiful People

One of the most beautiful things about Chinese culture is that they thought that there was a correlation between beauty and morality. Men were so good looking and lovely that they didn’t have to work very hard to be good. Chinese women were always good looking. They had beautiful clothing that flowed from their bodies, their legs, their arms. So, it was natural that men always looked a certain way and women always looked the same way. Women were generally beautiful in this way.


When a man died, his family dressed in their mourning clothes. Women, on the other hand, dressed up to be attractive to the men of the community. There are a lot of stories in China of women wearing makeup and using their bodies to attract men. This was a real problem because it would sometimes happen that men didn’t know what a woman was trying to do.

Culture and Values

Because of the fact that the Chinese culture was based on the culture of the emperor, the idea was that the emperor was the most powerful and good looking man in the world. Emperor’s used to dress in beautiful clothes. This meant that women dressed in the same way that the emperor did and this encouraged everyone else in the country to dress in this way.

In Summary

When it comes to clothing and fashion, Chinese people in China believed that what people were wearing showed their social status. It was something that people should use to try and impress the other people. Even today in China people still try to impress people with their clothing, but when the Communist Party came into power, they had a much more uniform view of what clothes to wear and how to wear them.

In general though, even now in China, Chinese people still dress in a certain way to try and get the best jobs in China

They receive the annual Best Xerox Award for copying technology and the best CHRONIC KLEPTOMANIAC AWARD for stealing what they can’t copy.
Their society is harmonious as long as you follow the Communist narrative.
They should receive an award for the best pollution their major cities.
Al Gore Internet inventor would have a life time job…


China’s economy is similar to their infrastructure…cheap and totally collapsing.


I bet you still would rather live in the USA???

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I was wondering that myself. Why wouldn’t that person move to China, if it was such a wonderful place?


That is the usual practice.Talking up countries with oppressive governments, but still staying in the U.S. Remember all the celebs saying they would move if Trump became president??? How many actually did and then returned after the grass wasn’t greener on the other side.


Biggest recipients of stolen technology
Biggest human rights abusers on the planet, with over 1 million Uyghurs in detention camps undergoing countless tortures daily
biggest culprit of Organ harvesting
biggest polluters on the planet


We have given our technology to China no charge with our manufacturing base.

Would China ever hold the US hostage? How many vehicles require made in China Chips?

Those rare earth metals, which we closed down our industry seem to be costing a great dl.

Seems we are our own worst enemy.

When the left talks climate change point to China !
Add biggest liars on the planet
biggest killer on the planet
biggest virus donors on the planet.

Oh I do! Its works every time too. I tell them to go look in the closet or at their appliances and tell me if it says “made in China” on it. If it does then you support creating more carbon and green house gases and therefore are a hypocrite. Its shuts them up all the time. :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

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Just try and find a cell phone, computer not made in China.

The patriot phone ……

Well you can start with the new I-phone, as they moved their manufacturing of I-phones 3 years ago. Also Samsung is made in Korea and uses no Chinese labor to assemble the phones and electronics same with some Japanese manufacturing. Why? Because the competition of proprietary info is so high that took extra efforts in recent years to guard their IP.

Where is the i phone assembled or manufactured?

Some common parts of the iphone:

  • Accelerometer: Bosch Sensortech, based in Germany with locations in the U.S., China, South Korea, Japan, and Taiwan
  • Audio chips: Cirrus Logic, based in the U.S. with locations in the U.K., China, South Korea, Taiwan, Japan, and Singapore
  • Battery: Samsung, based in South Korea with locations in 80 countries
  • Battery: Sunwoda Electronic, based in China
  • Camera: Qualcomm, based in the U.S. with locations in Australia, Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, South Korea, and more than a dozen locations through Europe and Latin America
  • Camera: Sony, based in Japan with locations in dozens of countries
  • Chips for 3G/4G/LTE networking: Qualcomm
  • Compass: AKM Semiconductor, based in Japan with locations in the U.S., France, England, China, South Korea, and Taiwan
  • Glass screen: Corning, based in the U.S., with locations in Australia, Belgium, Brazil, China, Denmark, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, Philippines, Poland, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Taiwan, The Netherlands, Turkey, the U.K., and the United Arab Emirates
  • Gyroscope: STMicroelectronics. Based in Switzerland, with locations in 35 countries
  • Flash memory: Toshiba, based in Japan with locations in over 50 countries
  • Flash memory: Samsung
  • LCD screen: Sharp, based in Japan with locations in 13 countries
  • LCD screen: LG, based in South Korea with locations in Poland and China
  • A-series processor: Samsung
  • A-series processor: TSMC, based in Taiwan with locations in China, Singapore, and the U.S.
  • Touch ID: TSMC
  • Touch ID: Xintec. Based in Taiwan.
  • Touch-screen controller: Broadcom, based in the U.S. with locations in Israel, Greece, the U.K., the Netherlands, Belgium, France, India, China, Taiwan, Singapore, and South Korea
  • Wi-Fi chip: Murata , based in the U.S. with locations in Japan, Mexico, Brazil, Canada, China, Taiwan, South Korea, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines, India, Vietnam, The Netherlands, Spain, the U.K., Germany, Hungary, France, Italy, and Finland
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Why your iPhone may never be Made in the USA

“Made in America” is rare, even though polls show Americans want it.

I don’t know off- hand, as the article that I was reading at the time is a few years old, but it was also at a time when Apple announced they were opening manufacturing operations in Texas.

Jobs’ successor, CEO Tim Cook, pledged in April that Apple will spend $430 billion on US investments that’ll add 20,000 jobs in the United States over the next five years to work on 5G wireless, artificial intelligence and silicon chips.

But there’s a limit to how far this can go. Even with that multibillion-dollar investment, it’s unlikely Apple and Cook will make US manufacturing the next big thing for key Apple products. The iPhone, Apple’s top moneymaker, will most likely continue to be assembled at factories in China for many years to come. To make that change, the US would need to spend years investing in new manufacturing technologies while offsetting lower wages and other costs from overseas, experts and advocates say. The United States would also need to rebuild its apprenticeship and education systems to improve the pipeline of American workers for manufacturing jobs, and convince people it’s a worthwhile career field to join.

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The global supply chain of parts for the products Americans love — mobile phones, cars, computers, refrigerators, silverware, patio furniture — would need to expand back to American shores too.

But perhaps the biggest hurdle to American manufacturing is you and me, our friends and families. We vote with our wallets. And even though “Buy American” polls well, we all seem to keep buying stuff no matter where it comes from.

Vietnam is actually where Samsung phones are made, most of them anyway. Samsung’s manufacturing facility is located in Vietnam’s Thai Nguyen province where two factories are churning out smartphones, tablets and wearable devices. The company is in the process of adding another factory to the facility to further increase its production in the country. The existing factories produce 120 million units per year. Most of Samsung’s global supply, including for markets like North America and Europe, comes from Vietnam.

Samsung closed it’s Chinese facilities when market share dropped below 1% in China.

Bottom line is money is sent overseas for imported goods.

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Just curious, do you currently do business in any of these sectors or industries in the aforementioned countries?

I provide 3rd tier engineering support to select cell companies.