How much longer will the Chinese government keep the millions of educated and disillusioned young from rising their own armies and marching to Beijing? As millions and millions of new university graduates cannot find jobs, will they force the ruling elite to step aside and let the 'New China' to take over?
Think about the ramifications of such an event. China would surely grow much faster than under its current 'central command planning authority'. All the corruption would be removed and corrupt officials would be thrown into prison or put to death.
I would love to see a new China: free and taking its rightful position on the world stage. China must accept its global responsibilities of ensuring peace and growth throughout the world. And its first order of business must be to rein in the military aspirations of its neighbour to the south: North Korea.
Only when China takes a stand against North Korea will the world begin to truly accept the Middle Kingdom as a true global partner.