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You have no need to worry. A Jew can survive anywhere. Wherever we go, we end up running the place. My uncle was the nachalnik's chief assistant within months of arriving at the kolknoz in Kazakhstan. Of course the local talent pool was rather shallow.K
Thanks K but I have no desire to become a nachalnik in a Chinese communal farm. Gimme back my money and air ticket!:-)
They don't even have collective farms anymore. You could become a Chinese water engineer. I'm sure there's plenty of work.This is sort of a variation on the "missing the test" dream. For years during and after college, I had a recurring dream that I had registered for a course and forgotten to attend and the next day I was due to take the exam.KK
A Jew can survive anywhere. Wherever we go, we end up running the place.I think that applies only to the more talented Jews. Intelligence, drive and other talents are not uniformly distributed among Jews any more than they are uniformly present in other groups.
It is the classical "missing the train" nightmare. People who dream of it never misses a train. People who dream of exams always excel in them. Most probably I'll never be lost in China with an empty wallet and shall not have to become the party secretary of a commune.
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