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Saturday, November 12, 2011

Occupy Movement and China

Interesting, Chinese search engines have blocked the word occuppy followed by any Chinese city.

I found this discussion interesting in the article comparing the US to China a hidden jewel in the article:

Using the "Gini coefficient," which measures a nation's income inequality, China ranks as the world's 36th most unequal state, while the United States is a few steps back at 44th. Forbes magazine reports that the United States has more billionaires than any other nation. But just behind, in the second spot, is China. Meanwhile, the United Nations says that almost half of China's population does not have access to a toilet. (In the United States, it's less than 1 percent.) What does that tell you about income inequality?

Occupy movement worries China - SF Chronicle

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