This coming week I'd like to have more conversions in this community. I think it'd be wonderful if more individuals in the community shared their thoughts. I'm going to start that off by giving an oversimplified history lesson and then ask a question. We witnessed significant event in world history the other day when Secretary Pompeo "removed roadblocks" to diplomatic relationships with Taiwan. Taiwan is actually officially known as the Republic of China (RoC). After WW II China experienced a civil war, which the Chinese Communist Party won, becoming the People's Republic of China (PRC). After their loss, the Chinese nationalists fled to Taiwan. Today, Taiwan is 95% Han Chinese and the indigenous Taiwanese have almost died out through breeding (often forced). They consider themselves the real Chinese. Where do you see U.S. Chinese relations going in the future? Do you see conflict or pacification of the CCP in the future? Try to think long-term.