Any Chinese man will tell there you can save as much as you can and save the money in places which make the most money and hire the best people to get the job done. Today’s entry takes another good look at Zhou Chang’s report about Vientiane inLaos.
In Laos you can find some intelligent people the economy is different there are it is not far away from Cambodia, there you can find a strong presence of the Chinese dragon.
In South East Asia you will find the heart beat of the Middle Kingdom, the backbone of China’s wealth investments, basically they pay people there to do stuff it’s a good investment and more importantly its a lot cheaper than the mainland.
Laos is great place to visit because it has acres of arable land, the main crop there is rice which is a sustainable diet for many Chinese. China loves rice and trading, Laos has some great ports which is great for the trade. locals of Laos are very humble people and although there is great developments happening many people are not impressed by the new wealth and education.
The growing influence of surrounding Vietnamese is pushing them one way and China is paying them to go another. There are many people in China who already have very good education some of them even studied in Hyper universities in each class there are hundreds of people, after graduation there are even more who are willing to do anything to gain experience in the field in which they studied. The Chinese population is growing and Laos is a great place for someone to start out. The competition is still but the education system in China is very strong, this can be quite intimidating for people in Laos who want the jobs at home.
The same thing is felt from the influx of Vietnamese because Laos is so strategically placed all kinds of people want them to do work for them. A lot of people do not realise how difficult it is to work to live and not save money. Pensions scheme’s there are very low. The reality is that many people in Laos are living a very low level of life and are not to effected either way. On the surface this maybe true but the reality is most people Laos are broke and are kept awake at night worrying about the next influx of people from China and Vietnam. The good news is like everyone else English and American s are very welcome to go there too. They like tourists and welcome any trade which is good for their economy. They have learned a lot from China and are learning everyday from the teachings in Vietnam but how can this I hear you ask help Laos.
Now Beijing has helped Laos in a number of different ways because the Gross Domestic Product is very low there in Laos. The relationship is a symbiotic relationship which seems to be working for now in Laos favour. Vietnam and China a quite different and both have a good education and strong ethics, with a desire to change, this is why many of them are investing in their future even though they are living on borrowed money from both China and Vietnam this is why new sanctions are being made. The exchange of wealth is helping China and people in Loas I am sure are very optimistic about the way things are going.
Even the legal system is changing because Vietnam and China are not the only ones with interest in Laos’s success we also see perhaps from the European Union strong relationships between the German Democratic Republic and all the other helpful countries who have helped them with large amounts of money and experience. Many jobs are improving because more people are using their education to survive and working in new schemes to keep one step ahead of the rest and keep to the curve in the road, some of the above may not be as accurate as it says on the Internet the best thing to do is to study the main article and ask yourself some simple questions as you go about your studies.
In conclusion Laos is a great hub for Chinese companies.
Source Stirring Trouble Internationally ’…China Is Finding It Difficult To Swallow Laos…’
- Freedom of Expression and Access to the Media (Lao’ Perspective) (zulfikardilahwangsa.wordpress.com)
- Vietnam ranks largest investor in Laos (laospdrnews.wordpress.com)
- Foreign Money Pours Into Laos (indochinaeconomy.wordpress.com)
- Lao President sends congratulations to PRC President Xi Jinping (laospdrnews.wordpress.com)
- China Is Finding It Difficult To Swallow Laos (stirringtroubleinternationally.com)
- Taking A Look At Laos (wnyc.org)
- The Hill Tribes of Laos (ireport.cnn.com)
- Hai Di Lao Hot Pot (hungermunger.com)