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3 miracle asia models give hope to worldwide millennials because they all offer win-win patterns of world trade -note the 21st century needs to be one of valuing abundance of how actionable knowhow multiplies value in use and when linked through trusted grassroots networks- very opposite to zero-sum consuming up things models that were rife in the 20th and extractive. externalisation century

japan from 1962 focused on internal food security (fresh fish, rice, yam ,,,..)  and external world class quality innovation fast moving sectors that changed what modern life could be about everywhere -electronics, reliable cars etc - its model also planted in eg south korea -japan as a top 3 nation in second half of 20th century has benefited from governments spending less than 5% on arms compared with many big governments 20% and aid policies which genuinely shared knowledge with peoples - for world leading crop science see nippon institute- for cooperative trade development study the JICA family of agencies and citizen exchnanges

expatriate chinese model was superport trading and (hong kong, singapore, taiwan) and then supporting metacities - first in such asian countries as Indonesia's Jakarta, Thailand's Bangkok . Malaysia's Kuala Lumpur  (in 4th quarter of 20th C mainland china)- - by 1976 expatriate china was already the 3rd largest wealth dynamic- so while mainland china's race to develop has been miraculous and merits celebration by all entrepreneurial millennials , it was a unique case

bangladesh however provides arguable the greatest miracle of all poverty ended by the poorest village mothers networking

Asia Pacific 70 year journey starting in 1945 - may 12, The Economist

 

1962 tracking how japan rose to number 2
1975 tracking how asia pacific rose to number 1 and Chinese diaspora soon 3rd richest
extraordinary portals for Chinese and Asian Investors- Singapore; Hong Kong; Taiwan
2014 China number 1 trading nations

 

the rise of south korea

 

Asian Tigers and other Asia Rising

given he relationship in the middle of the 19th C of the founder of The Economist and the Chartered Bank, this account may be quite timely- The Economist June 1946

The Economist 7 Sept 1946

The Critical Impact of Rice Trade

21 sept 1946 Malaya's dependent on market for rubber could not be over-estimated

How Free Asia Emerged ...

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In some ways the 2010s are the fastest moving times in human experience, in terms of geopolitical systems of government the turn of 1945/46 had some extraordinary consequences

20 Oct 1945 The Economist

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22 March 1947 The Economist

9 Aug 1974 Singapore Prepares to Vote

 

 

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20 Dec 1947 Politics and Trade in Singapore


24 April 1948 Democracy in Singapore 6 July 1957 Mr Lee Kuan Yew Rising

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Timetable for Autonomy

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The challenges facing the world today to increase food supplies by more than 50 percent over the coming decades in the face of climate change are arguably much greater than those faced by us 50 years ago. Powerful social and economic drivers also will transform the nature of agricultural production in developing countries. This is particularly the case for rice, the primary food for over 70 percent of the world’s poor. To fight poverty and hunger globally, rice must be part of the solution.

The agricultural science community is in the midst of a nested set of scientific and technical revolutions—in such areas as breeding, agronomic practices, pest and disease management, and mechanization—that will help fundamentally transform agriculture to meet some of the world’s most pressing challenges, such as climate change, and achieving food and nutrition security.

Dr. Robert S. Zeigler, Director General of the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI)—the world’s premiere organization dedicated to reducing poverty and hunger through rice science—will discuss a range of scientific advances that will directly impact the future of global rice supplies, the sustainability of intensive rice production systems so characteristic of Asian landscapes, such as Bangladesh, Nepal, and India, and the lives of farmers and consumers. Examples from Africa will also be discussed, where demand for rice is growing phenomenally at around 20 percent, per annum.  

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. a look at the most cheering chart in the world of 1970s  -how Asian countries started benchmarking Japan's 500% rise in sustainable rice production makes one wonder why isn't this data publically webbable -or is it?

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