Media: why do the neighboring countries have changed their attitude towards China?

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 Media: why do the neighboring countries have changed their attitude towards China?


Those who must be in the middle begin to become rational In the past seven or eight years, especially in recent two years, the changes in Burma are everywhere. The heavily fortified government ministries and commissions in the capital of Naypyidaw can now be driven directly into the city. The upscale hotels and supermarkets in big cities have become more and more. In the past, buses running black smoke on the streets of Yangon were replaced by Beige cars made in China. The new bus has hundreds of cars from China. Its very comfortable, taxi driver, Aung Tun told the global times. The Burma car is on the right, the driver is on the left side, but the toll window is on the right side of the car, because most of the cars are old used cars imported from Japan before the opening, and the driving position is on the right side. Driver Ming ang told reporters: with the development of Burmas economy, more and more new cars, toll stations will also move to the left side of the vehicle. It is understood that, according to Burmas new policy, Burma Automobile Importers were allowed to import only left rudder cars in 2018. It also provides a bigger market for Chinese made cars. Instead of changing buses, Burma airlines also bought a new Boeing aircraft last year, running routes from Yangon to Bangkok. The silver white Boeing airliner looks very beautiful against the glow of the rosy glow, which is quite different from the ATR propeller aircraft that the Global Times reporter took 8 years ago from the air conditioner in Bangkok. A few years ago, Mandalay from Yangon to Naypyidaw and Burma, the second largest city, also had expressways, with two directions at the widest point. There were 8 lanes. Mandalay citizen min Da told reporters: in recent years Burma is increasing the strength of infrastructure construction, such as the road, the former government investment is less, and sometimes even demand the residents along the road to invest in the road. In recent years, roads in Mandalay and other places have improved a lot. Some are government budgets, some are international aid, and China has also helped a lot. It is understood that at present only about 34% of the population of Burma can use electricity. The goal of the Burma government is to realize the national power transmission in 2030, and Chinese enterprises are actively working with the Burmese to solve the problem of electricity shortage as soon as possible. The small hydropower station built by China National Power Investment Corporation has ensured the power supply in northern Burma, and the local people have been able to use electricity for 24 hours. In addition to hydropower, Burma is also developing energy sources such as natural gas, wind power and solar energy, so as to change the current situation of tight electricity supply. China Myanmar natural gas pipeline project also benefits Burma people. As the largest trading partner and the largest source of foreign capital in Burma, a large number of mutually beneficial projects invested by the Chinese side have been successfully operated and played an important role in the economic development of Burma and the improvement of the peoples livelihood. Those who oppose Chinese funded enterprises should talk to their Chinese employees. The Monywa copper mine, which is located in the northwest of Burma, is the largest copper mine in Asia, and is operated by the Wanbao mining company of the northern company of the Chinese weaponry industry group. Standing on the huge pit of the copper mine, 120 meters deep, the Global Times reporter saw a giant engineering car climbing up like a beetle on the shape of the mine. They were transporting ore out of the pit. The whole mining area involves more than 50 villages and tens of thousands of Burma villagers. Several years ago, the project had encountered some resistance, but now the villagers say, the copper mines let everyone live a good day! Before coming to the copper mine, people in the village would talk about it. Now many people are asking about the fact that copper mines are not recruiting people. When interviewed by several villages, reporters always encounter villagers who are eager to lead the way. Some also invite journalists to eat fried fish, peanuts and fruits at home. The Monywa copper mine is composed of four orebodies, Lai Bi Tong, SAB Tong, Sabidan (South) and seven star pond. Only 3462 employees of Burmese workers were employed in 2017, accounting for 87% of the total staff. , a Burmese director, managed 58 workers. The young man, who graduated from the mining major of the University of science and technology, and came to the copper mine in 2012, was very grateful to the Chinese engineers for teaching him all kinds of operating standards, and many times as much as many of the classmates in the same class. I now level is six level, the smelter has two Burmese two level management personnel, the company has a scientific and reasonable staff assessment system. There are many villagers like those who have helped to get rich under the help of copper mines. Luo Daqing, director of Wanbao mining (Burma) copper industry Co., Ltd. said: what villagers expect most is to improve their earning skills. We help the villagers learn skills, run enterprises, gradually acquire new livelihood skills, improve the livelihood of the community in the project, make the utmost sincerity and do the best to help everyone live a good day. In the mining area, there are also mobile medical teams for the diagnosis and treatment of villagers in more than 50 villages around the country, with more than 230 thousand people diagnosed and treated. As many as the elderly with high blood pressure asked the medical team to finish the examination and prescribed some medicine. He told reporters that 3 years ago, the medical team rescued more than 10 villagers who were poisoned by poisonous mushrooms. In exchange for heart, Chinese companies have been recognized by local villagers. The copper mine has become a popular neighbor, Deniel, the village head of Barron village, told the global times. Chinese enterprises let the villagers see more hope! She said she had been opposed to the construction of copper mines a few years ago and stopped the engineering vehicles on the main road to the project, but with a series of community work in the project, she saw the changes brought to the local copper mine and began to understand and welcome these outsiders. It was a good day and a cheerful mood. Grandma Dan was always thinking about the girl as a daughter-in-law to the Chinese translation of the village. Every time he said it, the villagers and the medical team members laughed. Empty cheque in the West disappointing Burma In March 30th, Mandler Jerzy Dena University, with more than 40 thousand students, held the first Chinese class graduation ceremony in 2018. The Global Times reporter was surprised that more than 200 students in the training class were not students, but the dean and Dean of the more than 20 departments of the University of jardia avalanche. It can be seen that some universities in Burma are paying more and more attention to Chinese teaching. Wu Anu Wu, Secretary General of the Burma Investment Committee, also said that the investment speed of Burma has slowed down by the kaaakaon state incident, but the investment from China and other East Asian countries is still strong, and the China Myanmar economic corridor also has great potential for development, which is conducive to the development of all walks of life in Burma and the creation of society. Welfare, deepen the friendship between the two countries. In addition to the business community, many scholars in Burma are also very concerned about how Burma in the transition period recognized Chinas problems. For example, senior fellow of the Burma Institute of strategic and international issues and Dean Du autumn and autumn of the University of International Relations, Yangon University, published an article entitled Burmas democratic transformation and Sino Burma relationship in Burma affairs China special issue last year. The article points out that democratic transformation not only affects Burmas domestic politics, but also Burmas diplomatic sphere. Burma has maintained close partnership with China in the past 1988-2010 years, but in the early days of Burmas democratic reform, there was some impact on bilateral relations. The two elected governments have explored and tried in democratic practice, thus affecting Chinas investment projects. However, with the continuous efforts of shuttle diplomacy and mutual visits between the two countries, the relationship between China and Myanmar continues to rise. It is inferred that in the diplomatic strategy of the NLD government, Burma has clearly placed it in China. Du believes that the US has lifted sanctions against Burma, but the US investment has not arrived. After the democratic reform in Burma, the countries that came to invest began to diversify, but China still has the largest stock of investment in Burma. In the 2017 fiscal year, investment in France, Germany and Holland did not exceed the investment of a country in China. The Asian investment bank and the The Belt and Road on Burmas energy and infrastructure, manufacturing and service industries are very important. The source of this article: Global Times - global network. More brilliant, please log on to World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com editor: Cao Yi _NN5778 In addition to the business community, many scholars in Burma are also very concerned about how Burma in the transition period recognized Chinas problems. For example, senior fellow of the Burma Institute of strategic and international issues and Dean Du autumn and autumn of the University of International Relations, Yangon University, published an article entitled Burmas democratic transformation and Sino Burma relationship in Burma affairs China special issue last year. The article points out that democratic transformation not only affects Burmas domestic politics, but also Burmas diplomatic sphere. Burma has maintained close partnership with China in the past 1988-2010 years, but in the early days of Burmas democratic reform, there was some impact on bilateral relations. The two elected governments have explored and tried in democratic practice, thus affecting Chinas investment projects. However, with the continuous efforts of shuttle diplomacy and mutual visits between the two countries, the relationship between China and Myanmar continues to rise. It is inferred that in the diplomatic strategy of the NLD government, Burma has clearly placed it in China. Du believes that the US has lifted sanctions against Burma, but the US investment has not arrived. After the democratic reform in Burma, the countries that came to invest began to diversify, but China still has the largest stock of investment in Burma. In the 2017 fiscal year, investment in France, Germany and Holland did not exceed the investment of a country in China. The Asian investment bank and the The Belt and Road on Burmas energy and infrastructure, manufacturing and service industries are very important.