Although there are notable differences between the two countries, the leaders of both recognize that the U.S. and China have a lot to gain by working together. One of the concrete results of the visit is the $45 billion agreement allowing U.S. exports into China, which will create 235,000 jobs in America.
Author Helen Wang says, “In the long run, there will still be issues in currency, human rights, and intellectual property, etc., and there will be ups and downs, but I don’t think the U.S.-China relations will turn into a cold-war kind of confrontation. It will be a work-in-progress relationship.”
Some of the questions Helen Wang can answer:
- Is China America’s worst enemy or best friend?
- Will China’s growing middle class be a saving grace for America’s economic woes?
- What are the secrets for U. S. companies to succeed in China?
- Is it a myth that China is a global manufacturing power?
- Why should every American student start learning Chinese?