Letter to the Editor: Chinese new insight

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    Being from China, I never enjoy the euphoric feeling of having a perfect government, nor do I expect to, since I know there is no such thing as a faultless human organization. Governments will, most of the time, seek their own interests, often at the expense of others.

    However, I have found that many BYU students do indeed think they have a perfect government. People here often accuse other countries of wrongdoings, while ignoring the fact that their own government falls squarely into that very accusation. They possess a “holier than thou” attitude that says, “I am always right by default, and if you don’t agree with me, you are evil”, and a cowboy attitude that says, “I am getting what I want no matter what, and if you are in my way, I’ll take you down as well.”

    I assume you are all Book of Mormon experts. May I ask one more question here? Which part of the “Nephite cycle” are we in right now?

    JIA JIANG

    Beijing, China

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