Competition is the quintessential driving force for progress; however, the definition and boundaries of the term can become rather blurry and ambiguous. , the diverse and variety of forms of competition needs to be examined in depth. We aim of stimulating new ideas, and finding possible ways of bilateral gains through competition.
It is through innovation and change not only of government administration, business management, science and technology, but also of the arts and humanities, that we come to reach the point of civilization we have achieved today
The Internet has dramatically changed human lifestyles and societies, greatly altering the transmission of information in the past two decades. The term “Information Revolution” highlights not only the importance of information but also the Internet through which the information may efficiently spread. In the 21st century, Internet-based software and hardware such as cloud computing, tablet PCs, and smart phones have evolved and progressed more rapidly than ever before, altering society in various dimensions and influencing the lives of all individuals.
That Wall Street is the biggest financial center of the world and that English is a universal language are evidence of the dominance by western countries. Recently, with the impact and damage it has caused to developed countries, the latest financial crisis has offered a chance for developing countries to obtain economic prosperity and influence. China, for instance, currently overtakes Germany and the US as the world’s biggest exporter. The enormous trade deficit its cheap products have posed to other nations has brought on international boycott; Chinese authority’s refusal to let RMB appreciate has triggered great condemnation. It is apparent that with rapid economic growth and new gained diplomatic power come new challenges for developing countries.
As the old saying goes, "Where there is a will, there is a way." A decade ago, the world once pondered the potential issues we would encounter at the coming of the millennium. Now, another rigorous challenge, the financial turmoil commencing since the second half of 2007, lies before us while all international actors are trying to find a way out. It is our responsibility, as individual members of the global village, to acknowledge, record and analyze, great events long the course of human history. We envisage that these acknowledgements, records and analysis would define the problems, and generate the most adequate solution.