The Chinese have many things to learn as they are called unprepared in the process of globalization, the way our western friends adjust their perceptions about a changing China. For example, most Chinese make it clear that those who have benefited enormously from the country’s modernization program should not evade tax or social responsibilities by immigrating to industrial nations. Taxation rule of law are indeed weak at this moment in China. The growing unpredictability about China’s current social economic transformation especially the poor social justice has prompted tides to reconsider their national identity.
|Dialogue 2012-02-03 Emigration of rich Chinese|
|Edward Lehman, Managing Director of Lehman, Lee & Xu|
|Wang Huiyao, Senior Fellow of Harvard Kennedy School|
|Owen Chui, Senior Management of An International Hotel Chain|
|Michael Zhang, President of LA Chinese- American Sheriff Advisory Committee|