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Similarly, the ban on car horns happened overnight, and it made life so much more pleasantWhat was your impression of him? It was a wonderful meetingMy daughter came here when she was only 4 years oldWhat's the most memorable experience you've had in China? The friendliness of the peopleThat is a great problem in the West, and I feel it is becoming more prevalsent in ChinaSmith Memorial Award and the prestigious David Craig Medal for ChemistrySociety has become much more insular, and people are more focused on themselves and their toysTo turn your back on that and just focus on applications is the demise of science and technologyHow do you view China's role in today's world? China needs to become a world leader and inspire other countries, particularly in terms of friendship and cooperation to show countries how not to be bullies, but how to be friendsTo have real development in the applied scientific fields, we need to continue funding the core science underpinning itBeing at that meeting made us scientists feel like we were contributing to China and, in turn, to the world" The scientist was awarded the Shanghai Magnolia Silver Award on Sept 6 for his contribution to the city's efforts to build a global science and technology hubEarlier in his career, he also received the Royal Australian Chemical Institute's HSince taking charge, his research center has published a series of academic papers in major scientific journals, including Nature, which has helped raise Shanghai University's international profileDespite only arriving in China three years ago, Australian professor Jeffrey Reimers has already had a significant impact on Shanghai's scientific communityAll these things are global issues that affect China, and China is doing its share to address these key issuesHe is currently working on a project that involves protein crystallography, a vital element in drug design, and is collaborating with prominent Chinese scientist Hong Guo on research into silicon electronicsThree or four years ago, when my family and I were on the subway or a bus in Shanghai, people around would talk to usI once had a student come visit me and he was almost in tears after having to cross a road"Hopefully when I'm done with my work here, the connection between the two universities will be further strengthened, and through that I will leave a legacy," Reimers saidShe now speaks perfect Chinese and even has a Beijing accentWhat's the biggest challenge China faces today, and how do you think the country can overcome this? People focusing too much on themselves and the building of wealth, instead of interest for the community and the countryChina needs to teach people in these countries how to go about managing certain issues, such as ensuring good government, how to prevent corruption, and how to focus on development in a sustainable way with clear end goalsChina's five-year plans provide a purpose and focus, and any developing country needs such plans to have a long-term futureTaxi drivers are always happy to talk about lots of different topicsDo you believe some of China's experiences or practices could be used to solve pressing global problems? Many countries are in the position China was 40 years ago, and the lessons learned here in China are certainly appropriate for themTo see that happening and to be a part of it in my own little way is very specialIn terms of challenges in the field of science, environmental damage and sustainability would be core issuesWhat three words would you use to describe China? Unified, together, visionChina needs to expand its reputation and abilities in these areas

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