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China's recent economic growth has been remarkable, millions have been lifted out of poverty and significant infrastructure has been put in place but still millions remain below the poverty line. - 150 millions of a population of 1.3 billions according to U.N. figures.

China as a developing country status is dubious because of its growth, percentage of its population below the poverty line and of course the fact that China prefers a developing country status to get financial help with climate change that is available to developing countries.

U.S.A denied that China is a developing country STILL.

U.S. said that China is the world's fastest increasing emitter and has called them to commit to hard carbon caps. China according to the U.S.does not fit the the third world consumption profile and does not deserve any financial discounts.

My basic answer was to your comment that China made somewhat a mistake by embracing democracy.

We can learn from China's success but I do not think that we can compare ourselves to China.

But as you basically said, It is all here and there.

Right now, Haiti has a more pressing problem: getting back to normal from the last January earthquake.

I conquer.

Do I see anything abnormal with the generous donation and the lack of true help?

YOU BET! I tried to answer this question on this blog. We have to understand Americans and their history of donation, in-State and overseas.

True salvation, self-determination, human dignity are not part of foreign Aid. These are attributes that we have to seek for ourselves.

We do appreciate the help, however Americans will do it on their own term. Do not you get it?

Good luck,
Bernadette S.

Bernadete S., June 11 2010, 7:30 PM

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Thank you for your message. I fully agree that we have a lot to learn from other countries. And, my example of China... read more >
Stanley Lucas, 9-Jun-10 1:59 pm
The Haitian people undoubtedly can use more help. The help needed however seems more political reorganization than... read more >
Bernadette S, 9-Jun-10 6:23 pm
Thank you for your comments. I'm in agreement about your assessment of American aid. They, of course, are defending... read more >
Stanley Lucas, 9-Jun-10 9:52 pm
Stanley Lucas is a fake Haitian,a pseudo leaders manufactured by the pentagon. Haitien pap pran na coup saar. read more >
B-52, 9-Jun-10 10:09 pm
Stanley, I will assume that's a joke. Some one is using your name on this blog. China is not a developing Country. Did... read more >
Bernadete S., 9-Jun-10 10:30 pm
Jean Bertrand Aristide: Depi kileu genyen Fake Haitian papa? Ayisyen pa janm fake papa! Si Stanley fake poukisa blan... read more >
Se Mwen Kenge, 9-Jun-10 10:41 pm
First, China is a developing country - that's how the US recognizes it and how they want to be recognized. It's not... read more >
Stanley Lucas, 9-Jun-10 10:51 pm
Imbecile what do you not shut your latrine mouth, when you have absolutely nothing constructive to say. A country that... read more >
Antonioj, 9-Jun-10 11:01 pm
China's recent economic growth has been remarkable, millions have been lifted out of poverty and significant... read more >
Bernadete S., 11-Jun-10 7:30 pm
Bernadette, Lucas did strike a nerve with what he said about China and democracy. It makes you think about what he has... read more >
Mena Moreau, 12-Jun-10 10:36 am
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