John F. Kennedy once famously said that the written Chinese word for “crisis” is made of two characters — one representing danger and the other representing opportunity — proving conclusively that Jack was a better orator than linguist.But although “crisis” could just as validly be described as the character for “danger” and the character for “a …
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