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An American in China; A Quiet Invasion | 60 Minutes Full Episodes
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First, a look at the state of the U.S.-China relationship. Then, a report on Russia's "quiet invasion" in Georgia.

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1 month ago

Maybe you should have worried about China in the 80s when you outsourced all of our jobs there.

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1 month ago

According to 60 minutes: Xinjiang: large scale genocide Gaza: No genocide

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1 month ago

My neighbor, the one who plows his driveway snow across the street onto my yard, and in the summer, lets his fuel injected Harley warm up for 20 mins, decided to put a little American flag at the base of my mailbox. Upon close inspection, the flag has a tag that reads “Patriotic Flag - Made in China”

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1 month ago

These people don't know how to tell the truth...

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1 month ago

Blame CEOs of big American companies slashing their R&D departments to save money for their stock holders.

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1 month ago

The U.S. sometimes says that China is weak, and sometimes says that China is the most competitive and the most threatening. ??? I'm confused.

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1 month ago

Guys, we don't trust you at all anymore

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4 weeks ago

Next 60 minutes episode: The U.S. Military conducted a secret anti-vax campaign in the Philippines to discredit China's Sinovax.

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1 month ago

“It may be dangerous to be America's enemy, but to be America's friend is fatal.” ― Henry Kissinger

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1 month ago

If the country is really fading away - why do Americans worry so much about it…

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3 weeks ago

"East is Rising, West is Declining" quote was first raised by Singapore Scholar/ Stateman Kishore Mahbubani, not Xi.

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3 weeks ago

Overcapacity of usa in softwares , coffees , hamburgers , fried chickens , computer chips , opninions , laptops , corn , soybeans , hollywood movies and the list goes on.😂😂

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1 month ago

As an ambassador to China, after so many years of living in China, his understanding of China is only at this level. It's really derelict of duty

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1 month ago

Anyone who always blame on others and does not know their own mistakes is a total loser.

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1 month ago

May God bless the US ambassador if he is not lying.

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3 weeks ago

sounds like US doesn't control on their Data security 😂😂😂

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1 month ago

Full of hypocrisy 😂😂😂😂

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1 month ago

If you want to know a true China , please come to China. I am a Chinese. I like Americans . I like peace.

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1 week ago

US media lecturing about the dangers of real estate speculation is hilarious. The difference with the US is that in 2008 Europe and the rest of the world were forced to pay for the bubble and now the burden is solely on Chinese middle class.

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4 weeks ago

I see a lot of people condemning American companies for moving manufacturing to China in the 1980s, which is utterly ridiculous. Any business-minded company would not miss the opportunity to tap into a massive, rapidly developing market with 1.4 billion people, embracing capitalism and trade. Moreover, you complain about American companies transferring manufacturing to China, but these American companies have made at least trillions of dollars in China, from software to hardware, from food to services, from intellectual property to entertainment products. Chinese people did not steal American jobs; it was the poor work attitudes and unions in the United States that drove these jobs away. Even if these jobs did not go to China, they would have gone to Vietnam, Thailand, or even India, and would not have returned to the United States because Americans are not willing to work for $3 an hour. If all manufacturing stayed in the United States, then a pair of Nike shoes would no longer cost tens of dollars but hundreds, and a Ford car would no longer be $20,000 to $30,000 but $50,000 to $80,000 or even more. Would you be able to afford it with an $80,000 annual income? American companies actively participated in China's market reforms and profited immensely. Today, China has become one of the world's largest consumer markets, partly due to active American participation. Many Chinese people do not dislike America and even like American products and culture, but the attitude of the American government towards China makes many Chinese people feel frustrated and resentful. No one would like you pointing fingers at their face every day, accusing them of stealing your jobs and technology, and wanting to eliminate them. In fact, the situation is that American companies make trillions of dollars in profits from China every year. Now you are unilaterally blaming all your problems on the Chinese, which is utterly absurd. As for the accusation of stealing American technology, it is even more baseless. Some of it was purchased, some was self-developed, and the idea that all of it was stolen is simply the most ridiculous story that no one would believe. Everyone knows that China graduates 150,000 engineers every year, most of whom have master's and doctoral degrees. The notion that such a country would need to steal technology is considered utterly nonsensical by many Chinese people.

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