Bill Belew has raised 2 bi-cultural kids, now 34 and 30. And he and his wife are now parenting a 3rd, Mia, who is 8.

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World Map – Asia

There are seven nations that contribute to the balance or imbalance of military power in the PanAsian reason.

Some have a greater number of troops while others have a greater fleet presence. Still, others have superior technology. One country isn’t even in the PanAsian region.

Ground Troop Power –

7. US – 44,000 troops (27,000 in South Korea and 17,000 in Japan)

6. Russia – 90,000 troops

5. Japan – 148,000 troops

4. Taiwan – 200,000 troops

3. South Korea – 550,000 troops

2. North Korea – 1,000,000 troops – of course, they are all hungry

1. China – 1,600,000 troops

Fleet Power –

7. North Korea – 103,000 tons – of course, they have no fuel

6. South Korea – 148,000 tons – we used to play war games with them in the Japan Sea. I could write some secrets here but then I would have to be shot.

5. Taiwan – 210,000 tons

4. Japan – 426,000 tons – we used to play war games with them as well. Actually, it was more like an English lesson.

3. US – 610,000 tons

2. Russia – 700,000 tons – they used to come watch us play our war games

1. China – 939,000 tons

Air Power –

7.  US – 280 attack aircraft (80 in South Korea, 130 in Japan, 70 ship-based)

6.  Japan – 480 attack aircraft

5.  Taiwan – 530 attack aircraft

4.  North Korea – 580 attack aircraft…when they have a sufficient supply of rubber bands

3.  South Korea – 600 attack aircraft

2.  Russia – 630 attack aircraft

1.  China – 2,390 attack aircraft – more than Russia, South Korea, Taiwan, Japan and the US put together…hmmm…

Is there a balance or an imbalance in the region?

What do you think?

Talk to Bill and others about their experiences raising bi-cultural Japanese-American kids.

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Bill Belew

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