I had not thought of that, but you are correct. Their culture is still in its infancy as far as learning the ways of the world, whereas the United States has known the ways of the world for two hundred years now or more, dumbing down the general population. The Chinese are asking every single question that they can, while the Americans for the most part, pretend that they know everything. And when people ask the right questions, they get the correct answers and the more questions that they ask, the more chances they have of finding the right answers. Most Americans quit asking questions, because they feel it makes them look stupid. The opposite is true, when we stop asking questions, we do become stupid.