Thursday, March 12, 2009
The bilateral trade relationship between America and China is far older than many people realize," said Mr. Mead. "Dr. Wang's research and publications are recommended for Hawaii's history classrooms and for historians and history buffs in general. His insights on Chinese influences on the Founding Fathers of the United States should spark curiosity and discussion. We look forward to having Dr. Wang to speak in Hawaii." You could enjoy reading Mr. Mead's paper through this link.
A well-known author, educator, entrepreneur and historian, Jeffery Bingham Mead writes, "Dr. Wang has spent a considerable amount of time and effort uncovering Early America's ties to China and the China trade, asserting that Chinese culture and civilization influenced the Founding Fathers of the American Republic in 1776.
Dr. Wang’s discoveries provide a fresh and intriguing perspective that the ties between one of the world’s oldest civilizations and one of the world’s youngest are more important than ever. We are looking forward to inviting him to Hawaii and Connecticut to lecture" More could be read through this link.
Tuesday, March 10, 2009
President Obama reminded the Americans of the difficult situation that the nation faced directly after the US gained its hard-earned independence from Britain. It was when the newborn US was in such a critical time that American trade with China was opened. We all know that looking back at the history may be of some help to understand current US-China economic ties, though the situation today is tremendously different from previously. We will benefit from the founding father's wisdom. "Our founding fathers faced perils that we can scarcely imagine." Dr. Wang's Paper With China We trade shows you how the founding father led the new nation rise above the economic quagmire.