Only when the United States maliciously moves against China can the United States find that things are wrong? CCTV hit the nail on the head

In the case of the outbreak has not been controlled, the United States has opened universities in many states this month, resulting in the outbreak of the campus epidemic. It is reported that 147 students of Notre Dame University in the United States have been diagnosed since August 3, and Michigan State University also reported on August 18 that 187 students in the University have been infected with the new coronavirus. Having learned from the past, many American universities, including Brown University and University of Maryland, have temporarily changed their teaching plans and announced the resumption of online teaching in order to avoid further spread of the virus. However, the embarrassing situation is that schools across the United States are facing a shortage of laptops for online learning. According to the global times on August 24, the Associated Press found that there is a gap of nearly 5 million laptops in major universities in the United States after an interview with school districts, schools, suppliers, computer companies and industry analysts in 15 states. The emergence of this situation worries educators in the United States. They are worried that the shortage of laptops will aggravate educational inequality. Distance learning without laptops will be equivalent to no learning for some of the most vulnerable students in the country. < / P > < p > in fact, the reason why American universities are faced with this situation is closely related to the hostile actions of the US government against China. Earlier, on July 20, the U.S. government released a “physical list” for 11 Chinese companies, banning American students from using computers containing Chinese components. < / P > < p > the US government’s wrong decision directly affected many notebook computer manufacturers, because these computer manufacturers used the electronic components produced by the above 11 Chinese enterprises, which also led to their failure to submit orders to American schools in time. Lenovo, Hewlett Packard and Dell, the world’s largest computer companies, have informed U.S. university districts that their stocks are unable to meet order demand, and the shortage of notebook computers may last for months or more, AP reported. In this regard, Forbes news said bluntly that the United States is highly dependent on China, and the US government’s sanctions against Chinese enterprises are “very stupid”. commented that the shortage of laptop computers in American universities shows that the US sanctions against China are “self inflicted”. Continue Readinggather and watch! Huawei P40 Pro evaluation: excellent mobile phone photography elegant design, do you like it?