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There is so much wringing of hands over the state of American students and how they lag other international students in rote memorization of facts, particularly China.
Yet China, which has made its way in a mere droplet of time to the world’s second largest economy and is fighting its way to top global dominance, cannot produce upper middle managers with innovative, creative thinking, according to Time magazine’s Nov. 18, 2013 issue in a story called “Why China can’t create anything.”
These types of individuals are so rare in China they make about $105,000, which is ...

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