Could a “flock of geese” metaphor provide a pathway towards CCP acknowledgement of how external technological advances hugely facilitated its rapid growth?

At this week’s Silk Road Summit, related to a major plan to improve land transportation and port infrastructure which connects economies in Asia, the Chinese president suggested that the world must unite like a ‘flock of geese’. This metaphor may leave space to acknowledge a situation where, technologically speaking, most technological advancement arose as a result of breaking new ground in other countries.

It has always been a little difficult, because a) the CCP prefers to get the credit for all gains to itself, and b) the same Western countries are periodically seen as antagonistic in some variety of ways, which makes it difficult to offer credit for this.

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