Saturday, September 2, 2017

Is there anyone in Beijing you could introduce us to who might wamt to discuss this idea? My 7th trip starts on 8 september. Idea needs to be openly debated beyond recognition but I believe it also matches all your studies

United Kingdom Free Trade Plan – English language still worlds most valued skill by  worldwide youth
Part 1 PM May and Prince Charles ask Jack Ma for a double partnership
UK  3rd country after Malaysia, Argentina to join China G20 EWTP
UK to develop with alibaba social media platform designed to make learning English as second language 10 times more affordable – as this will be largely peer to peer will need mother of all security and facial/finger identity programs to keep out bad influences- (this will actually be needed for all p2p moocs which support jack ma’s announced goal of changing education from current orbit of making half of youth unemployable). Research conducted by chinese graduates around sustainability goals world shows under 30s demand affordable english as essential gateway to being the sustainability generation



 
Peer to peer social education platform can also connect eg belt road (including benchmark projects of aiib) as a peer to peer win-win mapping curriculum also adolescent and other relevant health services as well as art/sports in communities and other open supercity/village franchises  – and coding for all- 
OLYMPICS 2020
These goals are  inline with London olympics echoing two things that UK citizens are proud to have open sourced to world – worldwide web and vocational nursing – in 2008 norman macrae foundation. Adam Smith scholars university of Glasgow and Muhammad Yunus tried to launch the nearly free nursing college – we failed for Yunus politics reasons similar to those journalistsforhumanity.com were first to share with british council and japan embassy in Bangladesh - but we still believe nearly free nursing is a vital collaboration course to unite worldwide girlpower around
 
Part 2 Once deal with Ma is reached, UK to approach BRAC (world number 1 gorl empowerment educator) and all major eastern economies (china korea japan) for maxmum free trade and youth visa freedom deals;  historically commonwealth nations and superports then franciscan economies (Vatican number I interests in climate, pro-youth systems, climate and peace through club of rome – core debate or argnetina g20 and china-bangladesh-myanmar treaty) or others with keynsian purposes ending extreme poverty and youth celebrating green big bang movement (aiin 2017 jeju). Then countries at border of EU both in and out. Finally, should they wish, the big eu counties to discuss whether they want to join in "brentrance". We would hope that all this could help improve sino-us relationships but do not underestimate challenge that usa is trapped in most unsustainable media as clarified yesterday by Point of CGTN BRICS Talk dialogue
 
Human development economies will need to get rid of zero-sum macroeconomics rating systems and professional monopolies of quarterly extraction maths- see if jack ma or china g20 leaders of hangzhou consensus have  views on how to blockchain digital currencies or other solutions to social security markets investing to be the rejuvenation of sustainability generation everywhere
 
Valuing the post-industrial revolution curriculum of investing 1000 times more in mobilising universal LearningTech (2016 verus 1946) The Economist first published all the elements of the entrepreneurial revolution's 3 billion new jobs - billion green, billion end poverty in every community, billion win-win trade platforms- between 1972 and 1984- its all do-able now before the loss of human sustainability becomes exponentially irreversible. Of course it will need smart world service media which china cgtv is now world leader of but we’d like to see if china and bollywood could imagine  a deal which helps includes  bbc in making sustainability world service collaboration great for peoples again




chris macrae norman macae foundation washington  dc 240 316 8157
youth journalism projects include http://www.aiibnews.com/  


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