the wise podcast with singapore dean mahbubani is very clear - it reminds me of why my father's 1991 survey was on the end of top-down politicians;
- 1991 Survey looking forward to The End of Politicians
it clarifies that if we serious want to sustain people-centred economies then we should expect the 2.5 billion people of china and india to lead the world's education that sustainability youth needs livelihoods to be mapped round...fortunately if we can find someone at wise and someone in india we know that the girls empowerment piece of this jigsaw is connected through sir fazle abed in bangladesh, i know the auditor of the asian infrastructure bank, and despite of brexit and trump I know the 2 english speaking people beijing depends on in mediating economic futures with india starting with aiib2018 mumbai june - this does not leave a lot of time
amy will be translating 10 world record profiles into chinese before her columbia university term starts up
i believe mahbubani is one of the 10 most critical profiles- as studying many parts of his work are new to me i need help if anyone sees errors that need editing out or omissions that need linking in before we translate english to chinese : sino-english publication world record jobs creators
E6 Dean Kishore Mahbubani
We are not aware of a 20th C national leader who continuously questioned the future jobs implications of developing a nation with more goodwill than the late great Lee Kuan Yew
When we recommend worldwide youth (and parents, educators) to study miracles of post-colonial win-win trade from the East - we recommend studying an oriential fusion:
, Japan , the China Diaspora superports, South Korea mainland, Asean., and gilrl empowered Bangladesh and notably the India of Gandhi's dreams China
Singapore seems to us to be at the crossroads of 2 great human interest stories- the superports which not only provided the initial inward investment into the Chinese mainland but which are now part of belt road mapping as a curriculum students and teachers could be rehearsing everywhere.
When it comes to inter-hemisphere trade,
bridges the far east superports like Singapore , Taiwan Hong Kong, then those blossoming on 's East Coast with what has become the UAE's transformation beyond being a mix of desert and oil wells started by China . Of course, the question that 5-million-people superports on their own can’t answer is what nations with huge lands and between 100 million to one billion people need to do to join new technology's death of distance age. Dubai
One of the soft clues: we may visibly celebrate a degree of multicultural harmony - practiced wherever Asean spirit has blossomed healthily and naturally.
Professors Mahbuban's book on Asean is a treasure in showing how to explore culture and value goodwill faiths. He clarifies how the Asean club of nations has in many ways sustained more trust across peoples than any other regional pact. Frankly speaking the European Union looks dismally bossed and badly bordered when compared to what Asean has empowered at its joyful best
There are also more specific market lessons from
such as: Singapore
eg how public housing was deliberately built to mix up diverse cultures and as a community platform taking pride in your building and neigborhood; it would seem that Singapore's housing policy is one every supercity should understand (see the supercity.university search for open spaces designed so that all families thrive and all faiths are secure that we are investing in job creating education starting with youth born in historical underclasses or persistent poverty)
self-examines itself as what can the smartest learning isle be for its people and for everyone it trades with Singapore
What is remarkable is how various dynamics of
's independence came out of the blue. As reports show, the British rather suddenly informed Singapore that there was no longer defence budget to support it and in those early years cultural relations with singapore were complex as were the extraordinary micro questions of who to build hi-trust trading relationhips with? The answer emerged with the world's first super-airline and superairport- become the shopping-tourist stopover space of the world citizen. Display every kind of future quality and responsibly valued good. Malaysia
Suddenly Singapore was living up to some modernday Kipling's paradise echoing the way Hangzhou had fashioned Marco Polo's most beautiful city of markets in the late 1200s.
is a strong supporter of every belt road the continent can map -and why wouldnt every hemisphere want their schools to play the mapping game of how belt roads can maximise each youth's collaboration entrepreneurship by learning how sharing economies mobilise what social services are truly economical across generations? ingapore
-In particular, Singapore is trying to help china and
see how much their emerging friendship could from 2018 add to the region. It also helps that india has commiitted fully to testing with Jack Ma the EWTP idea that ecommerce can bring free sme world trading. Malaysia
Few people make a simpler case than mahbubani on how natural it can be if
and China retake the position that existed up to 1800 of countries being the largest fair (value chain) traders in line with their population size. India
Mahbubani makes a wise facilitator of how much the west needs to adjust IF peace and millennials sustainable world trade are to be won for all our children.
For every problem, community is the solution as long as we end the way that patents and “not invented her” blocked eastern dreams being explored as sustaining worldwide youth even if their birthplaces were western or southern or northern
Mahbubani is very clear how western media and leaders havent prepared their peoples to see the opportunities of the 1000 times more tech connected world (2016 vs 1946) ; and if this investment in superconnectivity has changed the world's possibilities as humans design structures on the same global scale as nature's, how urgently we need to mediate green big bang (aiib2017) , ie climate leadership to blossom even faster than the superport learning isle model did over the last half century
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Astronaut Ron Garan poses massive collaboration challenge ( more http://spaceappschallenge.org/challenges/ ) at Yunus Centre
WESTERN POLITICIANS/MEDIA FAILURE
Over 45 years ago in The Economist, we argued that the west needed to prepare for a 21ts C learning economy in which all people thrive. By failing to map this, we risk losing sustainability of our species, as well as missing the opportunity of the best of times: whenever a girl or boy is born she has a fair chance at living a brilliant live. As a pure population numbers game, this means that all parents and educators should have been helping kids celebrate
china-asia-pacific century (see surveys 75, 77); 1975 Asian Pacific Century 1975-2075 1977 three peoples china
- entrepreneurial revoltion (see 76 and 82), 1976's Coming Entrepreneurial Revolution; 12 week leaders debate; 1982's We're All Intrapreneurial Now
- tech leapfrog models (see 72 and book on changing education), these are the most exciting times to be alive
- end of the bossy western politician (see 91). 1991 Survey looking forward to The End of Politicians
Mahbubani not only makes this case but explains why all asean peoples should now be mediating positive relationships between chinese and
youth especially on : india
1 economies built round girls education,
2 media that celebrates tech wizards of big data small and borderless sme-markets world (see how Jack Ma faciliated this at China G20 in 2016) - which summits going forward can help the world unite around these valuation logics however much they take away the western politician's power to boss.
In this eloquent and searching portrait of today's transforming global order, Mahbubani argues that the world is only a few steps away from a global governance system that will unite regions, civilizations, and great powers.
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From: Javeed Mirza
Dear Chris and friends of the Education fraternity
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ONE AND ALL -INDIA UPDAE
The past few months have been a period of intense learning from the enlarged community folks, thanks to WISE. I have been working non-stop in India building Consortium of Minority and Poor students to avail the Educate a Child program of the Education Above All agency of Qatar foundation. I am also talking to local govts. and pitching them for initiating Vocational Training. (Enclosed is a report of my visit with recommendations to the Telangana State govt.). Also I have been learning from visiting various institutions at local levels, doggedly persisting in Teaching in the best way that they know. It is important that these Teaching institutions be told of the enormous learning scope through Openware courses and learning I am introducing them to these Learning possibilities,including availability of free books (www.pdfdrive.net).
Chris, your persistent rallying in support of Youth and change has been inspiring.
Thank you all
On Mon, Jan 1, 2018 at 1:34 PM, christopher macrae <email@example.com> wrote:
javeed you mentioned that you would be surveying indian funders etc who might be looking for revolutionary scaling partnershipsi believe hujiang is trailblazing online platforms in ways that i havent yet seen anywhere else; we can create tens of millions of more jobs with brac style microfranchises provided we find which people scale edutech .. we cant just wait to after summer 2020 when jack ma launches that; modi and jinping need this to help them unite round the china india bangladesh myanmar corridorhere is the short speech hujiang founder gave at wiseand here is a pr summary in which surprisingly I am quoted as loving hujiangI am looking for some way that a group of us can get back to hujiang's founder in shanghai - I suspect he will become more and more in demand across wise summitsIdeally i would like to arrange a visit in shanghai and make sure education becomes as pivotel to belt road summits as new development banking- i will be checking with a few of the chinese at wise in the new year to get their views but lets keep thinking about how we might collectively approach hujiangHujiang has over 100 million students either making courses like english more affordable on moving beyond standard exams to experiential learning particularly for village childrencheers chris