I’m not as well-versed in the ethnic issues as many of my peers are, however I’ve been chewing on this article by Fast Company for a number of months now. Click on the caption below for the full article.
The mindset that they’re countering has almost always been my perspective, and I’m Chinese.
China has increasingly been equated to a global manufacturing powerhouse due to the mass amount of cheap labor available… ie. the reason why you’re wearing and touching several items ‘Made in China” right this moment.
The article suggests that there is a revolution underway. Not just in terms of manufacturing, military, or the economy, but with creativity in China.
Could it be that God might be using globalization, technology, and the democratization of information, to liberate people like never before?
What would happen if the imaginations of 1.3 billion people in China were unleashed?
If its true that China and India (also known as Chindia) are emerging global superpowers – what implications does that have for Christianity?
As the developing world transitions from the Industrial Age to the Creative Age, what’s next for the current Creative Class?