India's foreign minister, su gerson, said on january 6th that india could draw a \"big\" experience from china that is its problem-oriented thinking.
\"One of the great inspirations of China is that a society must have the mentality to resolutely solve its existing problems to take off,\" Su said at a new book entitled\" Peace under China \"in New Delhi. The more the two governments deal with each other, the more Indians will realize that.
\"When a Chinese meets a problem, it will meditate on how to solve it,\" he said. This is a systematic thinking. Whoever solves the problem quickly and effectively will be rewarded. He added that China's system as a whole is a problem-oriented system.
\"By contrast, we in India would say it's a problem and hopefully it will disappear automatically,\" he said. I fear that over the years we have accumulated quite a few historical problems. He added that Modi's government had begun to address those issues.
\"I truly believe that we need to study China thoroughly... China is affecting the world, and it will be more and more influential. We must understand the way of thinking in China. China has a strong leader. The two leaders have a mechanism for understanding each other's thinking. Mr. Su was referring to an informal meeting between the two leaders in Wuhan in 2018, and last year in Marmarablum, also known as Mahabaliplan. \"This meeting is very valuable because it is important to build leadership-level communication and to understand each other's ambitions if the two powers rise together through their own distinctive paths and are geographically contiguous.\"
Photo ▲: female passengers wait to take the metro line 1 train in mumbai, india. The subway line vehicles are manufactured by China Railway Nanjing Puzhen Vehicle Co., Ltd., with a daily passenger capacity of about 400,000 passengers. (Photo by Xinhua News Agency correspondent John F. Kennedy)
\"Progressive development and luck don't make the world a great power,\" Su added. This requires leadership, proper preparation and dedication. India, too, should frame its agenda as china does.