Is China the Next Superpower

Is China the Next Superpower?

The Chinese have long seen themselves as superior to every other race and the center of the world. It’s because they were so confident of this, that historically they never ventured out much or as often as the Europeans did.

Well, that is with a brief exception during the 15th century when they had a fleet of gigantic ships, vastly superior to those of Europe and they ventured as far as Africa and some say they even went as far as America, before Columbus.Is China the Next Superpower

However, since dropping the ball on world conquest back then, or at least exporting their culture wholesale, it was the Europeans that came to China looking for opportunities and consequently it was the Chinese who were on the receiving end of whatever Europe dished out.

The Chinese were happy to sell to, but not to buy from the European traders and eventually this imbalance of trade caused resentment from the Europeans who were wanting reciprocal trading which eventually resulted in the infamous Opium Wars, of the late 1800’s which were about creating a market for narcotics and resulted in foreign soldiers running around the Chinese countryside.

Resentment

Just as the Chinese resented the (“foreign devil“) for taking over places like Hong Kong, Macau, Shanghai, and numerous other enclaves back then and they have a long memory of that humiliation. The Chinese today resent the U.S. government parading its aircraft carriers off the China coast as if they owned the place.

The U.S. government may feel like it can call the shots now because it has a dozen aircraft carriers and a couple of thousand fighter planes. But times have changed since the early 19th Century, and the U.S. government is not showing strength, it’s displaying arrogance and stupidity by antagonizing what may well turn out to be a sleeping dragon.

An Enemy

It could be making a serious enemy with a country that now has serious wealth and modern technology.

Unlike the China of early times which was isolated and insular, modern day China is vibrant and relatively advanced, and at the end of the day, any war will go to the country with the most wealth. Not the one that has the most expensive military hardware. A modern day war with a country like China would certainly bankrupt America.

 The Future in ChinaIs China the Next Superpower

Putting thoughts of war aside, there are dozens of likely scenarios as to what might happen in China over the next few decades and although I am not going to pretend I can predict which one is the most likely to occur. However, the trend that seems the most credible is the rapid rate of wealth increase in China.

I would never credit any official government figures with any accuracy, (because all Government lie – some more than others) but if we were to assume them as being right, then the U.S. economy is growing at 2%, and China’s at about 7%.

Now add to that China has about four times the population, then this means that the largest economy on the planet may soon no longer be the U.S.A, but China. (For more on this you may wish to view my other post here)

China vs. the U.S.A

The US has been the worlds largest economy for more than 140 years since overtaking Britain in 1872 and is currently 22.4% of Global GDP. Other statistics are below;

  • Cash Reserves: China has US$3.2 Trillion vs. America US$434Billion
  • Total GDP: China US$10.36Trillion vs. America US$17.42Trillion
  • GDP per Person: China US$14,600 vs. America US$44,888
  • Average Income: China US$7,593 vs. America US$54,629

Of course, the average American will still be living far more comfortably than the average Chinese in that he’ll still have a bigger house, more gadgets, cars, and consumer goods. But if look at China vs the U.S.A, he will have considerably less investment capital and savings, and there will be far more Chinese, with substantially more wealth than many wealthy Americans.Is China the Next Superpower

The Chinese people save over half their income and invest in real estate, even though they don’t own the actual land (since 1949 it’s been leased for 70 years from the government) Nevertheless home ‘ownership‘ is high (at 90%) compared to the U.S where it is just 64%.

Also, most Chinese households have a major proportion of their assets in real estate vs. 27.9% in the U.S. As the incomes in China have increased so has real estate values have gone up. In Shanghai, for example, it has increased 560% since 2000.

Also, the Chinese are buying up expensive real estate all around the world and as a result, have become the leading buyers in cities like Sydney, Singapore, L.A., San Francisco, New York, Vancouver, and London. In 2014, they accounted for around $22 billion or some 24% of the total real estate purchases in the U.S.

 Why China has More Growth 

It has nothing to do with the Chinese Government, which has actually hindered the Chinese economy. Apart from Deng’s liberalization of the economy back in the 1980’s and the restarting of trade with the west, which was responsible for its decades of remarkable growth. There are other reasons for its economic growth.

One is that Chinese culture is ingrained with the Confucian work ethic, which is exploited by the Chineses government in its efforts to grow the economy, but nevertheless, this work ethic is similar to the Protestant work ethic that helped the West get where it is now.Is China the Next Superpower

Another is the sheer number of people that share a common culture and language. Upwardly mobile Chinese are learning English, the world’s business language, as well as learning their language. So they can access everything from the West, yet very few people in the West, learn Chinese, making it hard to reverse the flow.

Also, just as other people from a given culture tend to prefer associating and doing business with themselves, for example, the Jews, blacks, Arabs, Irish, Italians, etc., the same is true of the Chinese. And they a much larger than any other cultural grouping so from a financial point of view this means that business opportunities are largest within this group.

They are Smarter

Also the Chinese on average is smarter than Westerners and have a higher I.Q (105 vs.100) As an example Chinese children need to learn 3000-5000 different characters to write and read Chinese and spend much more time is school. Whereas western children only need to know 26 letters of the alphabet to read and write and some even struggle to do that. So perhaps that explains why the Chinese tend to do better academically and prosper in business all over the world, once they get out from under the Chinese Governments control over them.

Here’s Another ThingIs China the Next Superpower

Take an American and a Chinese, each with a dollar. Say both are equally smart and hardworking, and each can double his dollar every year, 2, 4, 8, 16… The only difference is that the American pays 35% – 50% in taxes and the Chinese pays almost nothing by comparison because the state provides almost nothing.

In China, you pay for almost everything, education, medical care, to use the roads, to visit a park. There is no sense of entitlement, they are brought up to pay their own way through life, nothing is free, and credit is not easy to get. 

Whereas the average American has been so brainwashed that he thinks he has a moral obligation to give the government whatever it asks for; he thinks it’s dishonest or he’s cheating if he puts his own and his family’s welfare above the demands of the State. At the same time, he thinks the State has a moral obligation to provide for his health, education, welfare, and retirement.

Big Difference

The difference is that the West has become morally weakened by its own prosperity, corrupted by its own government’s lust for power. With the creation of a class of citizens dependent on welfare in exchange for votes for those who wish to remain in power. And that premise is supported by current events and economic, historical record.

What is also pretty clear that society, a government, a corporation, or an organization of any type is pretty much like a human body in at least one way: As it gets older, it gets weaker and more corrupt as it approaches its inevitable death.

In China, you have the first generation of new money, who have an expectation that things are getting better as they have steadily improved economically over the last thirty years and since the culture revolution of the 60’s each generation has been better off, than the one before. The opposite is the case in America.

The Government’s Biggest FearIs China the Next Superpower

The reason the Chinese Government maintains a tight grip on the internet, the foreign media, education and enforces strong censorship laws, is because, they, like many governments in the world, fear losing control. Hence their immense concern about its people gaining access to information that it does not approve of.

Because, the average educated, Chinese, once they recognize the government is his adversary will feel no moral obligation towards it, only to his family. When he realizes that “the government” is just a warlord, and as a ‘government warlord’ is just another major league criminal, he will treat it accordingly. He will consider it his duty to deny resources to the State because he knows he can’t feed the beast and his family with the same grain of rice.

They are already hard-working and self-reliant, and there is no concept or belief in the State taking care of him; that’s something his family does. When one billion plus people awaken to that realization, there is nothing its government can do to stop them. – Sadly in America, the people still believe their government is somehow still working for their best interests and will go down with the ship.

Global ChangesIs China the Next Superpower

Where will it all end up? In the short run, with America in rapid decline, China will soon become the world’s biggest and most important economy. And it could happen faster than most people think.

China wants to unseat the U.S. as the dominant world power and to do this, China is spending billions of dollars to develop the “New Silk Road.” The New Silk Road is the world’s biggest infrastructure project. If all goes according to plan, it will give China a huge economic advantage over the United States.

If China succeeds, it would overtake the U.S. and become the dominant global superpower. This could trigger the biggest shift in global power since the end of World War II.

Hiding the Truth

It’s one of the biggest investing stories in the world. Yet the U.S. media barely mentions it. Maybe because it’s too big and complex of an idea to fit into soundbites. Or perhaps the Government doesn’t want the American public to awaken to its incompetence and mishandling of global affairs and the destruction of the American Dream.Is China the Next Superpower

If the Chinese people awaken to their political one party con game, they may also react swiftly to eliminating all vestiges of government intervention in their lives, which will propel them into superpower status at such a speed that has never before been seen. 

Which is something that America should be doing first, but sadly most Americans will never recognize they have been brainwashed into thinking they are living in the land of the free & the home of the brave, believing that countries like China are the enemy and their own Government is their friend and protector, instead they are hiding the truth from the very people they pretend to serve.

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Is China the Next Superpower

America was Great – Once!

America was once great, an economic powerhouse, a land of innovations and freedom, before the government destroyed the entrepreneurial spirit with too much regulation and intervention into the economic affairs of its people.

As China grows its economy by reducing its red tape and regulation on businesses, America adds more rules and regulations to her businesses, impeding innovation, and entrepreneurship. 

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Don’t Rely on The Government

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The Future

Seriously! There is currently some 3 billion or so people searching online for information and solutions to problems, so the potential is enormous. 

Should the Chinese people ever become free from the control of their heavily information censoring Government, it will also give them real access to the internet – Not the heavily censored ‘intranet‘ they currently have and that will lead to an explosion of internet searches as they seek to explore a ‘new world‘ of knowledge. 

Will China be the Next Super Power?

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32 comments

  • Marilyn

    What a beautifully written article Peter… full of amazing information!

    I believe you have pretty much hit the nail on the head. It’s something I’ve been considering for quite some time. The Chinese have a different way of thinking and doing and I can see, little by little, they are forging ahead of the western world.

    Imagine having to learn 3000-5000 characters! No wonder the west doesn’t take up Chinese as a language, but how smart that the Chinese do learn English! I can see that puts you way out in front.

    I see you actually live and work over there. Do you find that you are learning a lot just by being surrounded with these people?

    • Peter

      Hello, Marilyn Oh yes, I learn something everyday, I see things that I’d never see anywhere else (not always good) and it’s certainly interesting to be around a first generation of Wealth in a growing country. Thank you for your comments 🙂

  • Mahmood

    I saw a lot of talking about making products at China at Shark Tank show because of the low cost to make products there. They just pay much less for workers there and so producing there is much cheaper but not as good as producing in USA or Europe or Japan.
    I think this China will fall because of this way of business. I don’t like seeing most of products made in the same country.

    • Peter

      Hello, Mahmood Yes, however if we were to assume them as being right, then the U.S. economy is growing at 2%, and China’s at about 7% and add to that China has about four times the population, then this means that the largest economy on the planet may soon no longer be the U.S.A, but China. (For more on this you may wish to view my other post here) Also in In China, you have the first generation of new money, who have an expectation that things are getting better as they have steadily improved economically over the last thirty years whereas he opposite is the case in America.

      Thank you for your comments. 🙂

  • I like how you get your affiliate business promoted within this type of content. well done.
    About China, It is a super power that I don’t like as I think they are just focusing on fast earnings and not concentrating on quality.

  • Una

    Hello, now that’s a very interesting article.
    Actually, I have spoken with my family just a few days ago about the Chinese economy and culture, how much they’re growing, besides Russia, India, and Japan too.
    It seems like that side of the globe is going to take over the power.
    On the other side, as it was mentioned here before, maybe they lack some characteristics that both old Europe and the USA had in past few centuries when it comes to some kind of special greed, needed to gain power.
    What scares me a bit is their almost blind obedience, that was also mentioned…
    Anyhow, great article, it inspires conversation and deeper thinking about this topic,
    Thank you!

    • Peter

      Hello, Una Thanks for your comments.Yes unfortunately the West has become morally weakened by its own prosperity, corrupted by its own government’s lust for power. With the creation of a class of citizens dependent on welfare in exchange for votes for those who wish to remain in power. And current events and economic, history certainly support that argument.

      China wants to unseat the U.S. as the dominant world power and to do this, China is spending billions of dollars to develop the “New Silk Road.” The New Silk Road is the world’s biggest infrastructure project. If all goes according to plan, it will give China a huge economic advantage over the United States.

      If China succeeds, it would overtake the U.S. and become the dominant global superpower. This could trigger the biggest shift in global power since the end of World War II.

      So we are living in interesting times. 🙂

  • Emma

    A very interesting post about the history and future of the Chinese economy.

    I do think they will continue to grow financially, however I have discussed the issue of their internet censorship with Chinese nationals and I unfortunately cannot see the people having full access to the internet for a long time to come.

    • Peter

      Hi, Emma That is true, it will be a while. However should the Chinese people ever awaken to their Governments one party con game, they may also react swiftly to eliminating all vestiges of government intervention in their lives, which will propel them into superpower status at such a speed that has never before been seen. Because when they become free from the control of their information censoring Government, it will give them real access to the internet – Not the heavily censored ‘intranet‘ they currently have and that will lead to an explosion of internet searches as they seek to explore a ‘new world‘ of knowledge.

      Thanks for your comments. 🙂

  • FatherofTwoPlays

    I can see that investing in an online market could really diversify your ability to market anything to anyone. I personally would like to not think of anyone as the enemy and perhaps our newly found ability to reach out to each other over the internet creates bonds of friendship. If we can all find a way to earn a living comfortably maybe we can bring real harmony to the world instead of continuing to the brink of war. History is pretty clear that only governments or business gain during wartime and the average family often loses members.
    I would love a copy of your book, about how to generate an income online, as I mentioned, if we can all provide for our needs without worry humanity can achieve great things.
    I am willing to take steps towards peace, are you? is everyone?
    -FatherofTwo Signing off.

    • Peter

      Hello, FatherofTwo. Yes on thing abut the Chinese is that they are hard-working and self-reliant, and there is no concept or belief in the State taking care of him; that’s something his family does. When the day comes that one billion people awaken to the realization, that their government is a scam, there is nothing it can do to stop them. – Sadly in America, the people still believe their government is working for their best interests and they, as a result will go down with the ship. Thanks for your comments. 🙂

  • andrejs

    Hi and thanks for so interesting and in the same time controversial post.

    I wanna be honest and say that regardless of all China achievements I do not like this country. Yes, yes I can already hear the objections and yes it is an ancient culture and I understand nothing.

    But why do I have to like a country which produces so many low-quality things, cheats and makes so many fakes?

    I think this so-called economic miracle bubble will explode soon.

    I live in Eastern Europe in one of the ex-USSR country Latvia and have had some experience living in Red flag country and to be honest I prefer to keep away from it.

    • Peter

      Hello, Andrejs You are right to be weary of totalitarian Governments they do not work for the best interes of the people as you have seen first hand. Hopefully the people in China will awaken to that fact themselves soon. Yes they are facing economic bubbles and they ARE going to burst which I discuss that in another post and also here. The impact of that is going to effect us all and having an additional source of income is going to be crucial in the years ahead.Which after all is the point of my post. Thank you for your comments. 🙂

  • Christian

    Hey Peter, this is a great site and a very good article.

    You definitely bring up some interesting points and ideas about the future of China. The thing that will ultimately determine their future is sustainability. For several years now they have been projecting huge goals in terms of growth and production and meeting those goals.

    This year though has been totally different as we’ve seen a huge drop in growth as well as a hit to projected production not being met. This is worrying countries that have invested in China’s future and there is now a real fear that their infrastructure is beginning to implode.

    • Peter

      Hello, Christian. The US has been the worlds largest economy for more than 140 years since overtaking Britain in 1872 and is currently 22.4% of Global GDP. Now I would never credit any official government figures with any accuracy, (because all Government lie – some more than others)

      However, the trend that seems the most credible is the rapid rate of wealth increase in China and assuming they are right, the U.S. economy is growing at around 2%, and China’s at about 7% and add to that China has about four times the population, then this means that the largest economy on the planet could soon be China.

      There are of course many issues facing China that are hidden from the Chinese people. (For more on this you may wish to view my other post here)

      Thank you for your comments 🙂

  • Caito Junqueira

    I seriously doubt that China will ever be a greater superpower than the United States of America in our days, or, in the past, England, France, Spain or Rome.

    At least, not until they change their relation towards the people and how the government should treat them. I do not believe in countries in which the people are not the real bosses. Cheers!

    • Peter

      Hello, Caito. Yes you are right! No one in China has voted for their Government and the people have little input into what they say and do. However it is not the Government that make people wealthy, (they destroy wealth) rather its the people that create wealth and as I say “If the Chinese people awaken to their political, one party con game, they may react swiftly to eliminating all vestiges of government intervention in their lives, which will propel them into superpower status at such a speed that has never before been seen”.

      Till then the government will continue to hinder the wealth creation ability of its people. At the same time in America the government is killing the future growth of its economy.

      America was once a great economic powerhouse before the government destroyed the entrepreneurial spirit with too much regulation and intervention into the economic affairs of its people. America adds more rules and regulations to her businesses, impeding innovation, and entrepreneurship, Whereas China grows its economy by reducing its red tape and regulation on businesses.

      Thank you for your comments. 🙂

  • Dharmesh Savaliya

    Good research Peter.
    From last 5-6 decades china moving fast compare to America. now a day china facing a huge economic imbalance.
    China facing another problem regarding age difference.
    Apart from this 2 challenges china give a good competition to America.

    Thanks again for this informative article. I am waiting for your another informative post.

    • Peter

      Hello, Dharmesh China is not alone in challenging America, India is also a contender if they can shake off their religious dogma and cultural traditions that are holding them back and fully embrace the free market, they too would rocket ahead but I fear that socialism is too entrenched to be eradicated easily. Thank you for your comments. 🙂

  • AndvHidalgo

    Thanks for providing value info about China. It is true that China is growing so fast nowadays even in tech and economy. The comparison between U.S.A and China is huge. Fortunately the US has the best brands in the world today(apple,Windows,Coca-Cola,McDonalds,etc…) and China has to face with it in the future.

    • Peter

      Hello, Andv Yes, True but you can get all those brands in China now and they are either copying them or stealing their technology and replacing them with there own businesses. So it will be interesting to see how it plays out Thanks for your comments. Enjoy the ebook that is coming your way 🙂

  • JP

    Really interesting article. These are things that I tend to think about when I think about foreign policy and the way the world is going on. Very interesting insights as to the future of China and we’ll see what comes to pass. Keep up the good research and information. Look forward to finding new posts regarding these subjects.

    • Peter

      Hello, JP Pleased you found it interesting and hope you check out my other posts about China. Thanks for your comments and enjoy the eBookthat is coming your way 🙂

  • Just

    Interesting article. I found the fact that the Chinese have a great interest in investing their money into real estate globally. Also the fact that they most individuals are saving up to half their income, rather than spending it. Quite ironic that they export so much consumable products and watch the world buy them, while quietly saving all their money and creating wealth…

    • Peter

      Hello, Just. Yes I have been living in China for the past four years and it has been interesting so see first hand many things that are not as they seem. Thanks for your comments and I hope yu enjoy the ebook that is coming your way. 🙂

  • Andrew G

    I see how all of those things are key economic issue worldwide and globally. It appears to me that they may be spending too much on real estate since that is causing a bubble and it will get ready to burst. I don’t see that economic growth will be sustainable in the coming decades as manufacturing will drop similarly to the usa

    • Peter

      Hello Andrew You are right they are facing economic bubbles and they ARE going to burst and I discuss that in another post and also here however the impact is going to effect us all and having an additional source of income is going to be crucial in the years ahead. Thank you for your comments 🙂

  • Mark1

    China along with India almost certainly will be the next superpower.

    China’s economy is set to become the worlds biggest within the next 20 years. I agree that it is staggering growth, but ever since the Communist Party in China started to embrace Capitalism (talk about oxymorons!), they have had runaway growth and it will continue that way.

    I think from an economics point of view, by the time China becomes the biggest economy in the world, the world will be so integrated because of Globalism that it will barely matter. We are all in this together in my opinion.

    Please let me know what you think of my thoughts!

    • Peter

      Hello, Mark I agree, we are all this together because of globalization it makes us all connected and also provides us with the opportunities that are online, although the Chineses don’t have real access to the internet which is NOT the environment we want to see spread across the rest of the globe. Governments need to stay out of people’s lives, not stick their noises in and hopefully the people will soon realize that they have caused the economic woes the world is experiencing and for the con artists they are. Thanks for your comments. 🙂

  • Zoey-Red LeFey

    Hello Peter,
    Your website is captivating and full of current global events! I believe China will be the next superpower with the decline of the United States of America. It seems like you have awaken to the truth, and you will help many others. Thank you for sharing such powerful information!

    • Peter

      Hello, Zoey Yes but all this is great news for those who are informed because it won’t catch them off guard and they have time to make other plans before it all happens. But even if it doesn’t creating an additional income is still a good thing Thank you for your comments 🙂

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