I recently took the high-speed train from Beijing to Shanghai and was surprised by how comfortable and enjoyable this trip of only five hours was.
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China was missing from talk at two major conferences in the Bay Area. The Valley doesn't want to admit its tech dominance is being challenged by a country that just a few years was a manufacturer, not an inventor.
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For energy, motivation and raw talent, American entrepreneurs cannot compare to their Chinese counterparts. No wonder investors from the U.S. are looking for the next Steve Jobs in the Middle Kingdom.
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