The US is a great place where I have worked and lived in the US for a while now. I is one of the most important economic centers of the world.
Having said that, I want to say, the US is great because of the Americans that are humble to accept where the wrong things are and have the courage to fixed them for good. The US strength is that is is a place of great opportunities.
By practicing humility and self-discipline the blessings of being a “great” country will be even more apparent.
I invite you to learn more about the US, so next time you visit Hong Kong and mainland China, you can bring a more truthful understanding of the world we live in. Not the single-minded tone that the above quoted comment has.
BTW, I wish you could understand me better, I do not pretend to have any money whatsoever, I am not rich and I wish I can save more money. Having said that, my income is many times the US average.
So no need for you to buy me a ticket, I can pay for that myself… And yes, I am considering move out of the US sometime next year after I can save a little more… I think my favorite countries are China and Brazil… (and Peru)
America ranks 13th in starting a business, according to the Doing Business rankings compiled by The World Bank.
The U.S. ranks 47th in press freedom, according to Reporters Without Borders. So much for freedom of the press.
The U.S. ranks 20th in international trade, according to the Doing Business rankings compiled by The World Bank.
The U.S., which ranks 15th in dealing with debt insolvency according to the Doing Business rankings.
The U.S. is ranked 10th in economic freedom, according to The Heritage Foundation and The Wall Street Journal.
The U.S. is 25th among 43 developing countries for the best place to be a mother, according to Save The Children.
The U.S. is only the 11th happiest country in the world, according Columbia University’s Earth Institute.
There are 21 countries better than America in freedom from corruption, according to Heritage.org.
The U.S. was ranked 24th in perceived honesty, according to Transparency.org.
America is ranked 39th in income inequality according to the CIA World Factbook.