Sharing a great quote fished by Nicolas COLIN on how China innovation culture compares to America (and the West). When ‘normal’ means the world is in flux, adapting to it is an on-going process of problem resolution. The way you deal with innovation as a culture is entirely different; its is not a crisis process but business as usual:

Americans think a stable world is normal. And so, when the world isn’t stable, then it’s a problem. And if there’s a problem, you solve it, and then you go on to something else. Chinese leaders think that resolution of a problem is an admission ticket to another problem. So almost every Chinese leader that I’ve ever met has wanted to think in a conceptual way of policy as a process rather than as a program.Henry A. KISSINGER, 2016

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