EconomistDiary.com has several moving parts - we try and map leadership summits up to www.maolympics.com summer 2020- we are interested in those summits that newly invest in youth becaue instead of just making speeches they result in new beyond classroom actions for all youth to explore
Help us celebratie the sayings of Jack Ma
1j ack says half of all youth will unemployable unless we go beyond teh classroom
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
sept 2018 to see greatest everr summit valuing girls and refugees- breaking news 343weeks.com
president macron missing curricula plea that french as second language is priroritised with 10 times more affordable english and chiense as second languages .. note to students get french universities to join in cataloguing world fav communities for all networks (eg special olympics, monica yunus' singforhope.org) -
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if the world of education isnt transformed beyond the over-examined classroom - half of all youth will be unemployable
2 jack says 0.3% of all alibaba revcenue goes into a green foundation- and so far that mainly invests in the worlds greatest natirural and youth resources -places with huge natural assets often far away like the arctic with a few brave youth there on the ground link back from the futiure
jack says that DAMOacadmey believes it is writh investing 15 billion dolars in back from the futures as seen but youth tech wizards from unusual places eg moscow and israel as well as usual places like siliicon valley and hangzhou
jack may be china's second wealthuest man and leading tech gury but until the age of 30 jack says he only had 2 talents - showing tourists around his hometowan hangzhou and peer to peer enelglish languiage elarning
jack says that up to 1500 hangzhou was one of the 2 great hivs for worldwide commerce - the oether was every nation facing the med sea -then something happened to world trading routes- basically the english replaned thriving local peoels all along the silk road with colonisation; 1500's 2 largest populations and eceonomies incdia and china were expoenetially closed down; chiea's appetite to gtrade with the world didnt open to 1976- it then took 3 extraordinary leaps forward:
women eld manufaturing (and in china consumer choice) to hold up half the sky- they scacrificed having more than one child so that china could do industrial revolution in 20 yeras that had taen english speaking world 250 yeras
leap 2 public servants went back to school - the most amzing spce ever to train public servants - if you love l;earning poit tsinghua university on your bucket list- its the happiest university i could ever imagnine seeing
and then jack travelled to america- he saw the web before any other chiense mainlander and spent 10 yeras where silly valley spent 3 months conceiving how hangzhou would once again be the epicentre of all the most inspired comerce peopels can trade with each other; people did not belive jack would succeed - ironically china's old enemy japan came to his finacial rescue- once tsinghua saw what jack could build in 2008 they started teaching stdents something competelky different
vback in 1976 studnets were not alowed to start any companes they were all state owned - in 2017 china launched 5 million stary ups mostly youth built- howver these were not just make money starts up - in 2106 xi jinping joined jack and the whole of hangzhou in celebrating the idea that china's 4 greates modern invesntion were all moer socai/ sustainable than anything the west had yet buit- sharing bicycles and fas trains, mobiulising money ad well as e-commerce; and jack said in 2020 i will strat my 3rd decdae of creating jobs with webs; i want to get back to the most joyful markjets: education, health, green - how can worldwide youth linkin with taht exploration...
during the arctic meeting at tufts lunchtime you were at the conference desk and you max and i briefly greeted each other, and you told me you grew up quite close to shanghai (and so eg 沪江-专业的互联网学习平台。学习，成为更好的自己！ a leader in conneting20000 students and teacherslive however remote their classrooms)
yiyi yesterday I had a great meeting in washington dc set up by max with robert rich of arcus (max can explain who he is but few people seem to have remit to help youth choose what they do and study across arctic)
as you can see from his notes , he has asked me to maximise chiense conections around him -so my question is do you have time to monitor how china, tufts and arctic groups connect
i realise student tme is incredibly precious and many choices collide but 8 visits to beijing (establishing some connections inside tsinghua, and among those concerned with totally new invstments developing counytriesBelt Roadsneed to make) lead me to believe china is miles ahead with distant learning tools and using ai to teach teacers as well as stidents -- so as to that connect distant youth communities and urgent local challenges which ultimately is critical to sustainability and jobs returning to any place and all our networks and education systems
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therefore to the extent i can be of any use to arctic peoples -or college students in boston - it is helping connectithose in china with the technolgy but also with the permission to connect all sustainability youth;
i dont speak chinese; i am not in boston for more than about 10 days a yera though america's most open learning speace ; i will never expereintially know many arctiic communities; maybe you and max could tell me if you have questions - i noticed a confucius intitute 100 yards down the hill from the conference room- if what I am trying to linkin isnt a match with your focus, do you know whether there is a way to see if there is another chinese stident who might want to know about this
ps amy at columbia university has about 4 yeras experience of walking in and out of UN youthe meetings and of me trying to connect chiense under 30s with all under 30 especially the billion who are either poorest women or come from the most disconnecetd of education childhoods - she herself coems from maos villages - perhaps you have time to chat to see if i am making any networking sense-
also in new york is javeed- he's a new yotrket, india diaspora, spnet most of his life in teaching inner city disadvanted youth but now wants remote stidents in india to be linked in - he too is studying eg hujiang and how sepetemebr t the un general assemply is die to stage youths greatest elarning summit -china and india dont always see eye to eye just like russian and america dont but actually if chinese and arctic circles youth dont resolve history confloicts then all our futures were dark
my first story to robert yesterday- how criel nature has been to us this last 500 years- imagine if the whole eursaia continet was 10 degrres latitude lower - bcak in 1500 north europe especially uk could have sailed the arctic circle- there would have been no colonisation of india, no closing down china with opium, maybe no wars no stalins or hitlers and women could have been valued as holding up half the sky through 500 years and not just chinas last 40 years
anyhow bon courage to everyone - these next few months i pray hcina friendships linkin wherever youth want to work hard on community building their sustainable generation
previously robert rich wrote
Thank you very much for the eye-opening conversation this morning and the follow-up note. I enjoyed hearing your big ideas and thinking about how we can advance Arctic education and knowledge and make connections with the innovators you described.
I noted the following likely areas for follow-up: • To lead a delegation of Arctic education stakeholders to China (especially Tsinghua University) to see this innovation first-hand, • To get Chinese education leaders to appear at our (Arctic community) events, and • To match up people in support of corresponding on projects - to get small circles talking with each other between Chinese educational innovation and Arctic stakeholders.
Also, we’d be happy to discuss promoting our free curricular resources (and perhaps those of others) with Ed Resor’s group, and inviting Paul Rose to speak with our community (perhaps as a Seminar speaker).
I look forward to talking with the local contacts you mentioned, and I’ve begun discussing your ideas with our Education Committee.
Thank you and best regards, Bob ---------------------------------------------- Robert H. Rich, Ph.D., CAE Executive Director Arctic Research Consortium of the United States (ARCUS)
please note any errors in any of above are solely caused by firstname.lastname@example.org - anything you think is worth exploring is led by people who care most about te arctic or who tralsate languages and cutktures from chiense to eneglish to any other spirit that can happily energise youth, and especially help girls build hald of sustaonable world with mother natoure
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