2 Gedanken zu “(English) Foundry School Launched in China

  • ravi bahal

    I read this article with interest.

    Living in China for the past one year as a foundry „expert“ [with over 35 years foundry experience in some of the best foundries in the USA], I can say that China is moving quickly in the right direction. Although there is resistance to trying new ideas for fear that they will fail, there is also extraordinary acceptance to new technologies. In my experience, China wants to learn how to do things a better way but they need to be assured that failure is acceptable and that failure is a healthy part of he learning process. They should learn that failure is never really a „failure“ because it teaches us what does not work – in other words, „failure“ breeds success because it teaches what does not work and moves us in another direction.