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Tuesday, January 23, 2018

dear professor jin keyu

would it be possible to arrange a meeting?

aiib jeju 2017 was happiest economics summit i have ever attended - thanks to everyone - your father, sir danny, lord stern, green big bang's governor, hundreds of korean students,  all 65 nations' friends of President Jinping global 2.0 including Guterres whose general assembly 2018 is asking all girls educators to map their contributions to belt road starting with my fathers friend sir fazle abed at brac...

THE ECONOMIST's world favorite dialogues 1968-1988
inspired what humans and computers could network when given moon race goal, back in 1968 my father norman macrae at the economist started questioning edutech as future jobs of sustainable generations- - assuming by 2015 we were spending 1000 times more on mobile commns tech than 1946 - in line with keynes last chapter of general theory, dad's 1972 future survey of next 40 years made same point you brilliantly do on CGTN that macroeconomics theories eg currencies are not designed around the world's biggest economy being a developing on; in 1977 his survey of china mapped why all worldwide youth would depend on china's half billion youth's trading collaboration with their worldwide peers

prince charles and my father were the first english speakers to try and bridge east and west in early 1960s- dads point being that world war 2 needed to be seen as end of both empire and carbon grabbing macroeconomics; in effect all sustainable eastern growth has subsequently had to be win-win in ways empire models were not, 

..therefore belt road maps now need to reconcile boundary messes of british empire walking all the way the back from malaysia>myanmar>bangladesh>china>india>pakistan> uae>suez countries; med sea countries -making sino-india mutual trust round this urgent in 2018

ironically my maternal grandfather sir kenneth kemp wrote up the legalese of india's independence after 25 years of mediation with gandhi in mumbai (and his family were also among the country's first pharmacists (kemps corner mumbai) so i feel strongly that every way that china and india can design win-wins at aiib mumbai and onwards as almost as urgent as how the east designs a new development model for the peoples of n korea

sincerely

chris macrae  norman macrae foundation

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