Hearts beat in the same language that smiles smile in; everyone knows what it means.
Avatar has been banned by the Chinese government, it has been banned by portions of the U.S. government (the few the proud the Marines), the Vatican, and some others.
When it comes to unobtainium, however, these heartbeats and smiles drop out of sync.
These hearts may beat together, but when their eyes glaze over by the color of unobtainium, their minds go off in different directions.
Unobtainium is what global agreement on climate change, energy, religion, politics, peace, and government is made of.
Oops, I forgot good and lasting economy.
China has a strong economic heart beat and a big smile after taking over first place from Germany in exports last year.
Not content to leave it at that, it is now rapidly advancing on other economic fronts:
China has said its economy expanded by 8.7% in 2009, exceeding even the government's own initial expectations.(BBC News). Can anyone remember the last time the U.S. had 8.7% economic growth, I mean in a positive direction (excluding the war budget)?
The pace of change increased as the year went on, with growth in the final quarter of 2009 increasing by 10.7% from the same period a year earlier.
China is now on course to overtake Japan and become the world's second-biggest economy.
Japan announces its latest quarterly gross domestic product (GDP) figures next month.
The Japanese economy is likely to have contracted by about 6% in 2009.