You brought up a vaild point.Specifically,badminton as a professional sport in China will have to be financially attractive if not as lucrative as other sports in order to maintain its status. Good that Li Yongbo recognizes the problem and is doing his bit to resolve it. I'm sure CHN won't let any of their dominating sports to wane, for once that occurs it would be a downward spiral as happened in the other traditional badminton powerhouses. I trust China with her burgeoning economy and wealth of experience and depth of talents has what it takes to nip the problem in the bud as soon as they are aware of it. On this,I'm fairly optimistic.