Vaclav Klaus Quotes
Privatization of the state-owned economy is not yet on the agenda. We cannot do it immediately; my colleagues would not agree to it. But we must put all forms of ownership on an equal footing immediately and let different types of ownership compete with the state firms.
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In the five months I wrote the final draft of 'The Association of Small Bombs,' I never fell out of the book. The world was real to me: plausible and powerful.
From early morning to late at night, it's such an interesting life, and I'm healthy and free, and that's not so easy with a family.
I find Los Angeles to be a place of great physical beauty, in which you have the oceans and the mountains, and there's a vertical sense and a desert light that you can see forever.
I never stopped photographing. There were a couple of years when I didn't have a darkroom, but that didn't stop me from photographing.
Often the starting point for characters, for me, is finding a little, most minor detail, and I'll go from there.
The truth is not a bidimensional thing; it's not flat. It's rounded; it's like a sphere, so there's always a hidden face. There's one that is revealed because there's light reflecting on it, but there's always a hidden one, and once you go around to see the hidden one, it moves, and that's life.
Though there is such a rich tradition of culture and arts, I have never been invited to perform at a concert in South India.
You begin to take on the mentality of your coach. If he feels so confident, then I feel confident.
I don't particularly like L.A.
I've gone to school for business, for design, for architecture.
I think, certainly in the more civilized societies, women's roles are growing in power all of the time.
China's own recent history proves that when it opens itself, there is nothing its people cannot accomplish. A more open China will lead to a more prosperous and stable China. That's good for China, the United States and, indeed, the entire world.