What's the difference between Chinese high school and American high school?

I can't fully answer your question. However, I can tell you that my private students who received most of their education in China were not more advanced than my private students who received most of their education in the United States. I can also tell you that they tended not

Can the US annex China?

Never. Neither peacefully nor with violence can US annex China.Why not peacefully?For a state to be fully annexed by another, the people must accept tue fact that they're no longer in that state. But for China, consider this: there are 1.4 billion people in China. Only 10 percent officially received

What third parties are better alternatives than the Democratic and Republican party?

There are no alternatives.The way our system is setup, its either you vote right, or you vote left. There is no compromising-and our system is too engrained to change up now. Too many delegates, too many congressman, and too many people to

What if China declares war against the USA?

China will not declare war because then it would shoulder the blame for the damage. Instead, it will play agent provocateur goading others to fire the first shot. Then it can play

Are the Trump supporters you know mellowing or having buyers remorse because of his seemingly lackluster cabinet picks?

All approval polls are showing about a 5 point drop in support in aggregate since the inauguration, this is true across the board no matter what his starting point was. His most favorable poll is Rasmussen, which shows him in positive territory still, but going from +14 to +6.So that indicates that a few

What will happen to the U.S. economy with the U.S.-China trade war?

I would speculate that the economy will take a hit; but China's economy will take a much bigger hit due to America`s growth potential and the ability to rapidly develop new markets with a much better reputation for fiduciary responsibility.

Is the U.S. government planning a war with Russia (or China)?

The United States is planning a war with everyone, and there are US bases everywhere.(wait until questioner's head explodes)However, the two are not necessarily related. The United States Department of Defense has groups of officers whose job is to do nothing but plan for war with anyone and everyone, not because we want

Is Donald Trump hurting the image of the Republican Party? If so, how strong is this effect? Is he driving people away from the party?

Yes, he is hurting his party and quite a few GOP members have left to become independents, Libertarians, or even Democrats because of this new GOP.The image of the Republican Party used to be one of-Fiscal conservatismEnvironmental protectionsRespect for individual libertiesLimited governmentSound foreign

Is the Republican Party still pro-business after Trump?

Some businesses. Big companies will get to cut their taxes. But companies benefiting strongly from international trade, not so much.And if you are an uncompetitive US company threatened by foreign competitors, maybe you can make a big enough political contribution and get tariff or quota protection.

Could you tell us more about this Chinese invasion the US need to prevent?

Fake News. US propaganda alert.China has no intention of invading anyone. Read history and it'll prove China is not colonialism. But I cannot say the same for the US as it basically committed genocide on the American Indians and Mexicans to rightfully called USA, while simultaneously wrote a Constitution stating ‘all man are created equal.' They

If India and China get together to fight a war against the US,who will win?

Let there be Peace. May peace prevail on earth. We have only one small planet called "Earth" where human can survive.

Who would win in a war between US and NATO against Russia and China?

Despite Russia and China having major economical base, NATO were the US its atualy a member and not a single country, would win these just because of the influence they have, the area they have, the standardization of the military wich helps the military logistics a lot, the bigger number of partners including powerfull ones like Israel

Is Donald Trump a bad guy?

Trump is a symptom not a cause. We've had many presidents who didn't know their behind from a hole in the ground (look it up) and the USA survived them. The establishment pols are trying hard to paint him as a (insert scary word here).

Who do the U.S. tariffs hurt more, China or the U.S.?

If China stops buying goods from the US, it must be a heavy strike on the US economy, especially for its agricultural industry.China is used to be the top buyer of U.S. soybeans, but at a current price of about $420 per ton, that translates to a potential tax of more than $100 per ton

Can U.S. nuke China?

Can the US physically nuke China? Yes. According to Global Zero, there are approximately 17,000 nuclear warheads in our country (then again they're an anti-nuclear weapons organization so that may not be too reliable). Those warheads are enough to bomb a country.Can

Is the Republican party more divided than the Democratic party right now?

In my opinion the republican party is not just divided at this point, it is on the verge of being shattered. On the other hand I believe the democrat party is in no danger of imminent destruction largely based on

Has Donald Trump killed the Republican Party?

I think Trump is a continuation of where the Republican party has been going and I think it is better to view Trump not as an anomaly, but as a barometer.A political party is defined by its voters not its party leaders. Any mismatch between the voters and

Is the Republican party more divided than the Democratic party right now?

In my opinion the republican party is not just divided at this point, it is on the verge of being shattered. On the other hand I believe the democrat party is in no danger of imminent destruction largely based on

Can China defeat the USA now?

Defeat needs definition in this era.The economic models for the two countries are diametrically opposed, yet locked at the hip. The US has make China its factory for producing goods and China has made the US its largest customer.From a military perspective

Is China's military expansion a threat to the U.S.?

LOL, eh, no. It's just the latest search for an enemy to justify the defense budget. If you were here in the 90's the rhetoric was a hundred times worse. In the 90's, you have the USSR suddenly imploded, so what to do with NATO

Why does rural America tend to always vote for the Republican party?

Because they're out of touch.They have decided they can't trust information from the ‘liberal media' because it doesn't tell them what they want to believe. They look for confirmation bias, not truth. They fall for the GOP stunt of getting them worked up emotionally about issues their churches tell them are vital: deny

What would the U.S. do if China started a full invasion of the Philippines?

For starters, the US and the Philippines have a Mutual Defense Treaty that essentially states either party will support the other in the event of an attack therefore there is a legal obligation for the US to intervene in one way or another. Now let's say the US doesn't want to oblige to the treaty; then

Who do the U.S. tariffs hurt more, China or the U.S.?

If China stops buying goods from the US, it must be a heavy strike on the US economy, especially for its agricultural industry.China is used to be the top buyer of U.S. soybeans, but at a current price of about $420 per ton, that translates to a potential tax of more than $100 per ton

If every U.S resident suddenly woke up in China and China resident woke up in America, what will happen next?

We would all go to Wal-Mart to buy cell phones that would work in the country we woke up on and start calling everybody to see what happened.  This is a really funny section.  I wish Quora would set up some pages/section both for funny questions, or questions that end

Why won't China side with the US to destroy North Korea? Is the US military the reason why China supports North Korea?

For any reason, I don't think an unified Korea would make China feel safe either.You may say that destroying North Korea. Of course! North Korea, for me, sucks! This country sucks in everything! From human right beings, so ugly record!I am also an anti-Kim Dynasty. I view that the totalitarian regime of North Korea should have to

What would happen if US, China, and Russia at one team invaded Luxembourg?

Why poor, little Luxembourg? What did they do to you? I mean, their military is insignificant, their population tiny, their area barely noticeable, and their economy negligible.Okay, let's get serious. The anonymous answer just below me gives some very nice detail of one possible course, though I will deviate just a bit.Even

Can the US annex China?

Never. Neither peacefully nor with violence can US annex China.Why not peacefully?For a state to be fully annexed by another, the people must accept tue fact that they're no longer in that state. But for China, consider this: there are 1.4 billion people in China. Only 10 percent officially received

Can U.S. nuke China?

Can the US physically nuke China? Yes. According to Global Zero, there are approximately 17,000 nuclear warheads in our country (then again they're an anti-nuclear weapons organization so that may not be too reliable). Those warheads are enough to bomb a country.Can

Could China, Russia, Cuba and North Korea conquer the US if no other allies are involved?

No. There is not a single land border, and the two places where a landing from the sea would be possible, the Bering Strait, and the Key of Florida, would not bring about much success, as the first one would have Alaska as its only prize, while the second one is

Why are U.S. Government agencies so vulnerable to hacking attacks?

It probably it probably has something to do with the illusion of security. People have the tendency to believe that the government is some super powerful all-knowing body when it's really just composed of individuals who make individual mistakes.In some in some cases these networks were very insecure to begin with. They continued

What would a war between US and China look like?

The absolute first thing, like in the Civil War, would be a total naval blockage of their coast and harbors. What ever could not be covered would be mined. The Air Force would lead a bombing campaign against their military units, and factories. Raiders would hit their coastal targets. Only as

How would China respond to an unprovoked US invasion of North Korea?

If I am China and this happens, I will condemn the US as much as possible and profit from the situation. But how shall I receive such a gift bestowed upon me from the heaven (天赐良机)? Let me explain...North Korea is a liabilityFirst of all,

What would happen if China and US were to go into a full scale war? Hypothetically.

Drones and missles.At least that is what I wrote in the past regarding the Spratly situation. There will no bombing of any cities or territories of the proper nation as there are many US Citizens, other nationalities and Chinese citizens in each others countries.  The 2001 Hainan Island incident and the 1999 Belgrade

Will China beat the US to place the first man on Mars?

It's possible, if they see the prestige of such an act as being worth the kind of massive spending that would need to be done to accomplish it.  But I doubt it. China's space program is advancing quickly, but Mars represents a quantum leap forward in terms of overall complexity

If you woke up one morning and found out that America declared War on China overnight, what would you do?

Unlike some the others who have answered this and let me just say they honestly know nothing of what they are talking about. The sheer ignorance in the answers hurts my head. I see,

What American television series are most popular in China?

Well, the big bang theory is my favorite, BTW, my major is physics. And some of my classmates show a interest on The vampire diaries. These two ranked top of the Baidu list which is a very important on TV series in

Is Chinese food in America similar in any way to their traditional food in China?

I've never been to America, just giving some opinion from some Chinese perspective after I did some search in the Internet:A common idea in China is there are two kinds of dishes in many Chinese restaurants in American, one is for Chinese, another is for foreigners. Firstly, let's talk about Orange Chicken and Fortune Cookies,Orange Chicken

How does Chinese food differ in China than in America?

In short, most of the chinese food I see in the states is Guang Dong style, and not even very good even for what it is. GuandDong is Cantonese. Although it suprises many, I'd say that china has the same food diversity as Europe. Each region of China has very very

What Chinese foods in America impress Chinese people visiting America?

Thanks for the A2A, Liana.My then 8 yo daughter had an one-month home stay at my cousin's home in Denver, Colorado.I video chatted with her daily. She told me she loved eating at Uncle Woo's restaurant. Uncle Woo is my cousin's husband, a second generation Chinese American who runs a Chinese restaurant in Denver.

What do Trump supporters think of China?

I'm a trump supporter and what I think about china is that it's rivaling us. Not necessarily in a way that's threatening but in a way that makes us dependent on them. Look into the stores you go to and look at all the products that's made

How does Chinese food differ in China than in America?

In short, most of the chinese food I see in the states is Guang Dong style, and not even very good even for what it is. GuandDong is Cantonese. Although it suprises many, I'd say that china has the same food diversity as Europe. Each region of China has very very

What Chinese foods in America impress Chinese people visiting America?

Thanks for the A2A, Liana.My then 8 yo daughter had an one-month home stay at my cousin's home in Denver, Colorado.I video chatted with her daily. She told me she loved eating at Uncle Woo's restaurant. Uncle Woo is my cousin's husband, a second generation Chinese American who runs a Chinese restaurant in Denver.

What do Trump supporters think of China?

I'm a trump supporter and what I think about china is that it's rivaling us. Not necessarily in a way that's threatening but in a way that makes us dependent on them. Look into the stores you go to and look at all the products that's made

What are the differences between the entrepreneurship cultures of the USA, Japan, and China?

While many countries and regions have budding startup scenes Silicon Valley is without a doubt the undisputed hub of entrepreneurial culture in the United States and the world. As a result of this many of the best entrepreneurial minds regardless of nationality and country of origin choose

What are the differences between the Chinese dream and the American dream?

The difference is that the US dream is a never achieved dream. The Chinese dream was a reality for thousands of years and just got lost for a hundred years or so. To China, it was a dream to return to normal.As Australia was deep in its gold rush, the westerners came

What percentage of US people have been to China?

About 1–2% all told. The latest numbers I can find show china issued 2.8 million visas to US tourists and business people in 2017 with 1.9 million of them being for business purposes. Call it 700k tourists per year. Another site says the average tourist to china is retired and on a once in a lifetime trip