And stay out of our domestic affairs, you snivelling Guardian douchebags from across the Pond.
ZTE is a state-owned collective capitalist venture. Huawei is connected to the highest party organ, despite being privately owned. ChiComs just want other ChiComs to buy from ChiComs, really. (Typed next to a Cisco phone in Shanghai.)
with my several hundred DVDs purchased legally in China. No way. At least not ripped to my laptop. That's why man invented terabyte drives for chrissakes.
Big Government sucks.
To think we have to live with this tyrant for three more years. . .
Reframe your "Sales Collateral", aka resume, social network presence, blogs, etc. to demonstrate you can solve THEIR problems. Use your grey hair for leverage, rather than be discouraged by it.
Glad James took the time to answer these. Not sure how much I agree with everything, but he didn't have to give us the time of day so thanks.
Like transducers haven't been used in the history of mankind. Like ever. Acoustics is what acoustics is, dumbass.
Most of my needs for notarized docs are overseas, where chops, ribbons, big stickers, and all sorts of other bureacratic crap are necessary for validation. I hope these guys are able to get the credibility they need for this project to succeed, but am initially skeptical in light of all the big governments everywhere.
This comes as no surprise, since progressives have historically disdained freedom while giving lipservice to it.
That dude in the photo ain't no sap.
If you're going to write about China, at least get your pinyin right.
As a U.S. American reaping the benefits of the IT outsourcing industry in China, I always have to remind myself that the U.S. also sanctions cyberwarfare against China and other nations.
I gave up when "Superman Returns" but not to fight for the American Way.