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Israel and China – Perfect Together

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My last few articles were on “Ancient Chinese Inventions“, and “Made in Israel“, which talked about how Israel is the hotbed for innovations and inventions.   Imagine, if you will, how perfect together Israel and China could work together.  I was inspired to research my prior articles as a result of the following video:

This could be the marriage made in economic heaven.  What a market!  What potential!  We should celebrate these potential nuptials over some good old fashioned, authentic, Chinese food?  What better way could there possibly be to celebrate?  Oh, you’re Kosher?  No worries.  We’ve got you covered there too.  Go to “Cho-Sen Island” in Lawrence, where Israel meets China (sort of).  I’m sure that there are other great Kosher Chinese restaurants (please post your recommendations in the Comments section below).

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi recently at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. The two discussed the budding alliance between the nations, which has developed rapidly since Wang’s first visit to Israel last December.

Netanyahu commented that the meeting expressed the advanced state of relations between the two nations, adding that Israel wants to further develop bilateral cooperation in technology and foreign affairs.

In the Davos meeting, Wang reciprocated the affability, reporting that five joint committees on relations with Israel had been held in China since the breakthrough visit last December. He expressed his desire that matters of cooperation, especially in the hi-tech field, be discussed in detail.

In Davos, Netanyahu encouraged investment in Israel, citing the nation’s innovation in developing “more conceptual products per capita than any nation on earth.”

All this talk of technology is making me hungry!  I can’t wait to see what comes of this potential new alliance.  I can’t wait to get back to reviewing Chinese restaurants!

Humbly submitted for your consumption,

Mee Magnum  (“Chop!  Chop!”)

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