John and Doris Naisbitt, Authors of China's Megatrends

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John and Doris Naisbitt, Authors of China's Megatrends, delivers a keynote speech at the 2nd WORLD EMERGING INDUSTRIES SUMMIT (WEIS 2013)

The subject of the speech: the Renaissance of the Middle Kingdom

China’s new role in the global community

The 20st century was dominated by the West, economically, militarily and culturally. The West was in the role of a conductor leading a global orchestra, in which Western nations were playing the first fiddles. This is coming to an end. In a great opening up, emerging economies, led by China, are playing their own music in their own rhythm.

The pillars of the Chinese Dream

The Chinese Dream will not be shaped by the world, but only by the Chinese people themselves.

In a greater historical frame China, still at the beginning of its new path, can already claim many superlatives for its development. Now it is aiming for its highest, most difficult goal: the Chinese dream. It is the chance of a century. The Chinese dream will have its own rules and it needs to be built on a solid pillars: the government trusting the people and people trusting the government, moral authority at home and respect in the global community. The return and of the Middle Kingdom.

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