It is way dramatic.
In day to day life, there is some progress. Bad or good; High or low; Slow or rapid – But a progress.
The Chinese people say, “It doesn’t matter if you go slowly as long as you keep on going”. I can’t agree more. But the truth is I hate slow life. I hate it so much that I feel like choosing to stop instead.
I mean, wait.
Why don’t I have any Chinese friend, by the way? At least, I should have one on Facebook. Right? The thing is I’m not the only one. Ramy doesn’t have one, neither does Mike, neither does everyone. I thought we are in love with the Eastern world – at least our politicians. May be, we don’t trust the Zurich bank anymore. Banks at Beijing seems to be safe for now.
Once I heard on “ETV” – Sorry “ETV” to put you in quote, but get used to it – “We are a friend with anyone who wants to be a friend with us”. I swear I tried, but I really can’t swallow this statement. They are building roads, hospitals, an Eastern Zone. The thing is, the Italians also built roads, bridges and shops sometime ago when they were in love with us and when they travelled all the way to Ethiopia.
I like individuals who have great ideas, and anyone involves in development actions. But forget the roads for a while (don’t get me wrong, because I am on my computer now). We just don’t need little China in Ethiopia.
For some of you, who already skipped four paragraphs from this piece, because you don’t know what the hell I am talking about, please get deceived with this article’s title.
Strong friendship between two governments mean literally nothing if there is no people-to-people friendship.