US youngsters are lagging more in financial literacy than those in China, Michael Justin Lee, Lecturer at the Center for East Asian Studies at the University of Maryland discovered when he dived into a comparative study by VISA International. “A crappy return on investment,” he writes in ChinaUSFocus.
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The world’s financial systems are out of balance. Professor Michael Justin Lee discusses what both countries need to face the future, in terms of reforming their educational approach. “China has its technical basis, but needs to teach people how to become entrepreneurs.”
Both the US and China should cooperate in setting up microfinance to use the massive pools over underutilized human capital, writes Michael Justin Lee in the China US Focus.
After the inauguration of the US President and Vice-President the hearings for the major cabinet positions will start. In the process China should be seen as a partner not a problem, writes China specialist Michael Justin Lee in the Baltimore Sun. But he is sure that is unlikely going to happen.
Professor Michael Justin Lee of the University of Maryland has kindly agreed to join the China Speakers Bureau. Michael Lee is a gifted and dynamic speaker with a deep understanding of China. His new book The Chinese Way to Wealth and Prosperity: 8 Timeless Strategies for Achieving Financial Success details how the Chinese people have managed to thrive in every country to which they’ve ever emigrated.