Discuss Chinese corporate espionage, going strategic? in Economics on The Army Rumour Service; Well SB have been monitoring foreign Chinese students from at least 2000 to my personal knowledge.
A funny incident happened at a very large teacher training uni in the North West of England when 50 ...
Well SB have been monitoring foreign Chinese students from at least 2000 to my personal knowledge.
A funny incident happened at a very large teacher training uni in the North West of England when 50 Chinese studnets arrived.
As one lecturer who was on the interview panel in China said: they all look the same but in China they could speak great English. Said students disappeared into the hinterland over the next two weeks. Consider that BAe has several sensitive sites, Sellafiend, not to mentioned the GSK research labs etc etc... where did they all go?
I agree that plagiarising policy docs is endemic across the globe - but an HSEQ dept of just 4 people for a 24 billion dollar project?
Frankly, I think they just don't understand the ways that western companies manage risk. I have experienced the opposite of your project - hundreds (literally) of people collecting all sorts of data, but not having a clue what to do with the data.
It's an old story: everyone does it, only the losers complain.
Spying and straight-up IP theft are part of the Chinese business landscape and while the courts are getting better at upholding copyright, the best protection is still to deal only with people you trust and for the long term.
If it's a fat enough rabbit, someone will shoot it.
If it's been sent from my HTC Sensation using Tapatalk then I'm probably pissed.
We need people who look to the stars, holding the nation and the world in their hearts but at the same time we need down-to-earth people who can do serious and trying work.
In a definite sense, a country's power and prestige isn't only a reflection of its economic power but also a reflection of its people's quality and morality. Moreover, I think the latter is actually more important in the long-term.