What can the rest of the world learn from Chinese people?
In the last 3 decades they evolved from a poor country to a global super power
They work at immense speeds , they don't waste their time on unnecessary information
Innovation has become the key agenda of China and they keep innovating the present products and services to a new level and highest quality and lowest price so they can be competitive to global companies and products
Once the product is developed and perfect . They go global and establish in each and every country .
First is sale
Next is service .
If better quality and lower price , the choice will be obviously changed .
China is to be the global manufacturing hub of the world . We are in 4g , but china is in 5g with applications of 5g port , 5g mining , 5g delivery bots
They are busy in building the whole 5g ecosystem . Once they get to rectify the errors and trouble shoot in their own country , they will start to export the technology to each and every country
Huwaei , Xiaomi are so big even USA is really scared of their next generation technology and trying to block them .
There are so many big comapnies in China and they are evloving at rapid speeds , apple , Microsoft , Google will soon become obsolete
They built a quantum computer 1000 x more powerful then the Google one
The whole world is heading towards QR PAY
BUT china is moving to face pay
They are on a huge space race competing to nasa and have a rover on Mars
Our economic poles are slowly shifting from West to east in no time
What we can learn from china ?
- Total quality
- Low cost and better quality
- Fast and responsive
Does not matter what your religion or what you eat ,
It is FOCUS that is KEY.
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