I found a shot article of John Lee in Wall Street Journal about a comparison between
Mr. Lee wrote that nearly half of the population in
Chinese government can afford to act tough as there is no opposition party. May be it brought good result for the country until now as most of the factories are in urban areas and the government could spend a lot of money for improving infrastructures in the big cities or build large highways and bridges and increase electricity production. It worked well until now but the economic recession has perhaps changed the scenario. Several million people lost their jobs in cities and when they went to village then they found that they had hardly anything to do.
Well, I don’t think that there is anything to be excited about