And what we see in the West honest? Accidentally I came across an excerpt from the US Department of Justice report. Over the five-year period 1990-1994, only one industry in the US health care system theft totaled 418 billion. Dollars. Billion dollars! But the Americans, as we say, civilized Chinese themselves. Yes and no figures the first thing that catches your eye when you come to the United States - a feeling of general theft. A large part of the male population is busy with all sorts of security and inspection. All shops and stores are crammed with cameras that pursues every buyer. At one store, I saw a sign: "Dear thieves, the owner sleeps in stock. He's armed. "