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“Bill Holstein’s gripping reporting on the extent of China’s incursion into American commerce, culture, education and politics is so alarming that if you put this book under your pillow it would keep you up all night. A must read for everyone to understand the just below-the-surface asymmetric war China is relentlessly waging against the largely-unsuspecting United States. “Bill Holstein’s gripping reporting on the extent of China’s incursion into American commerce, culture, education and politics is so alarming that if you put this book under your pillow it would keep you up all night. A must read for everyone to understand the just below-the-surface asymmetric war China is relentlessly waging against the largely-unsuspecting United States.” —Allan Dodds Frank, an Emmy and Loeb Award-winning business investigative journalist. “The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting. —Sun Tzu, author, The Art of War The challenge is this: how can America’s fractured democracy and diverse society respond to a centrally orchestrated strategy from China that ultimately may challenge our interests and our values? Some Chinese-Americans and Chinese residents—perhaps only a relative handful—have cooperated in obtaining technology for China. And many Chinese nationals who obtained years of experience working at American companies have returned to China to help competitors there. The Chinese have a nickname for these individuals, haigui, or returning sea turtles who come ashore once a year to lay their eggs. This book outlines the contemporary issues and offers solutions.


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“Bill Holstein’s gripping reporting on the extent of China’s incursion into American commerce, culture, education and politics is so alarming that if you put this book under your pillow it would keep you up all night. A must read for everyone to understand the just below-the-surface asymmetric war China is relentlessly waging against the largely-unsuspecting United States. “Bill Holstein’s gripping reporting on the extent of China’s incursion into American commerce, culture, education and politics is so alarming that if you put this book under your pillow it would keep you up all night. A must read for everyone to understand the just below-the-surface asymmetric war China is relentlessly waging against the largely-unsuspecting United States.” —Allan Dodds Frank, an Emmy and Loeb Award-winning business investigative journalist. “The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting. —Sun Tzu, author, The Art of War The challenge is this: how can America’s fractured democracy and diverse society respond to a centrally orchestrated strategy from China that ultimately may challenge our interests and our values? Some Chinese-Americans and Chinese residents—perhaps only a relative handful—have cooperated in obtaining technology for China. And many Chinese nationals who obtained years of experience working at American companies have returned to China to help competitors there. The Chinese have a nickname for these individuals, haigui, or returning sea turtles who come ashore once a year to lay their eggs. This book outlines the contemporary issues and offers solutions.

48 review for The New Art of War-China's Deep Strategy Inside the United States

  1. 4 out of 5

    Johannes

    Throw a frog into a boiling water and it tries to jump out. Put a frog into a cold water, start heating it up slowly and the frog will not notice it. The latter is China’s government strategy for colonizing and exporting their Orwellian dictatorship dystopia to the US and the Western democracies. An eye opening book and a must read for all who stand for and protect democracy.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Marcus

    The eye opening story of China quietly taking over the USA, while the USA takes middle finger up, duck face selfies in the mirror while shoving hand fulls of $100 bills down its pants.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Corey Hermesch

    I skipped a lot of this, but it's a nice summary of a lot of unfriendly Chinese practices. Author has recommendations in the last section, and he has a summary of those recommendations at the very end. I skipped a lot of this, but it's a nice summary of a lot of unfriendly Chinese practices. Author has recommendations in the last section, and he has a summary of those recommendations at the very end.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jeff

    A Must Read! A very readable well referenced and informative summary of the myriad issues we face in our competition with China that like it or not cannot be ignored.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Vasudev Gowda

    This book depicts a lot of information about red dragon's involvement in probably every field known to man in biased over-competetive and sometimes unethical ways. You can see pattern explained in the book in your own country as well. Being informed is the best bet right now!!! This book depicts a lot of information about red dragon's involvement in probably every field known to man in biased over-competetive and sometimes unethical ways. You can see pattern explained in the book in your own country as well. Being informed is the best bet right now!!!

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