TO 3.5 billion global youth (under 30's) humanity's greatest resource and China which is open sourcing the greatest jobs education and sustainable collaborations worldworldwide. THANKS! recalls : By 1975, The Economist's Norman Macrae (aka grandad)) had started spending the rest of his life mediating systems 3 exponentially greatest opportunities to sustainability of youth of milennium -celebrate China as number 1 collaboration nation in sustainability goals

CHINA alumni world bank tedx, open learning campus 2030now video catalogue engaging citizens text usa 240 316 8157 - more at help under 30s unite around extraordinary collaboration goals launched at China G20
special correspondents alumnn Tsinghua SC 1 相关人物

Friday, December 31, 1999

stuff to re-edit when 21st C slows down

on joy of banking side when the owner of the 5 billion person elearning satellite met the first female director of grameen phone, quiz number 1- whats the most engaging banking model in the world - so far this is their benchmark - do you now of others that can be beamed up to 5 blillion learners to know about with thanks to million women mentors of kenya -see also BRAC's sir fale abed videos san francisco april 2015 - launch of bangladeshi studies at university of berkeley

on risk mapping side - we are currently working mainly on part 1 of this curriculum - what can be reported on banking systems prior to the first generation where virtual and borderless productivity has significant wealth and health impacts

we segment part 1 of this curriculum into 3 types of banking

3 banking systems that destroyed nations or collapsed civilisation -one of the first cases in modern times being the system that bankrupted scotland just after 1700- the consequence was the take over of scotland by england, and over the next 150 years the emigration of more than half of Scots; as an internationalist scot myself, whenever I read adam smith I parse his writings from the context of how to design a profession so no nation's people are subjected to scotland's endgame

2 banking systems whose economics were anti-youth
1 banking systems that are pro-youth - from my dad's encylopaedic view of banking which included 40 years at the editorial desks of The Economist, the birth of the millennium goals network microcreditsummit in 1997 could have made this knowledge its main collaboration gift to the world of education. It failed to do so but now that several leaders of pro-youth microcredit realise that, they are calling for launch of microeducation summit in which a pro-youth banking mooc is the first project

we welcome nominations of the most fundamental resources - eg bankwarsbywolf - The Financial times chief economics editor delivers evidence of well over 100 banking insolvencies in last 30 years each of whose impacts have been remarkably similar to that of a war

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