dear professor yan, friends of BeltRoad I as once in a generation 1 2 win-win map/global2.0 network for humanityvery excited by the IFF ReportChina 2018 and in particular your profiling of the bay area and i think you mentioned 11 sub-regions each with world calss capacities
our student teams are publishing guided tours to chinese supercities and the overall edition of sino-english world record book of jobs creators...would it be possible to fix a short meeting with you?
the scale of the whole Bay Area makes it harder (for me) to explain to leaders quests where to see first; we have mit friends who know the parts of shenzen which makes it a world class fab lab and makers city; and thanks to meetings at aiib 2017 in korea i believe i know who to start with when arramging tours for those interested in financial belt roads; and we know who leades the region's main education foundation
amy at columbia university has been my main transtalor at student network searcher for many years with her china based friend song, but as belt road curricula eg BRI.school scales i am currently short of dc based graduates who might be interested in open sourcing this guide- in the event that you know anyone who might like details please ask them to contact me at any time; from my scottish view of economics, the whole of eurasia continent and the two outlying empires UK, Japan have a moral imperative to end conflicts all along the silk road and eurasian belt that empire spun 1500-1946- this is at least one valid use of the english language that thise English experst close to AIIB can explain as pivotal to under 30s becoming the sustainability generation
sincerely, thanks for wonderful inspiration, chris macrae
Norman Macrae Foundation Futures of win-win china since 1977 - The Economist's Death of Distance Youth World Thought Leader EconomistDiary.com BRI.school