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10 bad things you need to know about COMMUNIST China.

10 things you have to know about China

1. Large scale forced human organ harvesting:

Organ Harvested from live Falun Gong adherents, in China Labor camps, hospitals, prisons and military facilities, started from 1999 till present

bloody harvest, by David Matas, Esq. and Hon. David Kilgour, Esq. Canada
UN report on China organ harvesting

CTV Newsnet Live: Press conference from Ottawa (on China organ harvesting)
(You need the latest version of Media Player to watch the video)

– Youtube Video: Press conference, by David Matas and David Kilgour:
Part1, part2, part3, part4

2. Largest wave of resignation from the Chinese Communist Party and its affiliated organizations is happening:

More than 35 million Chinese have quit the CCP till April 2008, people are continue quitting at a rate about 44,000 to 56,000 per day in April 2008.

This wave started from 2005, people have posted their statements on the Quit CCP Statements website (in Chinese)

Details information can be found from following 2 posts:

China: 35 Million Chinese Quit the Communist Party, Apr.13, 2008
Statistics and Q/A: 20 Million Chinese Quit the Chinese Communist Party, April 3rd, 2007

3. “6-10 office”, a modern Gestapo organization exists

Formed by former leader of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Jiang Zemin, the “610 office” has its central office in Beijing, and branches in all the Chinese cities, villages, governmental agencies, institutions, and schools.

Details: China’s Modern Gestapo (1)- Preface

4. Torture widely used in more than 300 Foreced Labor camps located all over the country

Details: List of China Modern Torture Methods (slideshow)


5. As many as 80 million Chinese died after the Communist party gained power since 1949

This number exceeds the total number of deaths in both World Wars combined.

Details: On the Chinese Communist Party’s History of Killing (external link), by the Epochtimes

6. 5000-year-long traditional Chinese culture was destroied by the Chinese Communist party

Especially in the 10-year-period “culture revolution”, from 1966 to 1976

Details: On How the Chinese Communist Party Destroyed Traditional Culture (external link), by the Epochtimes

Youtube Video: First half, Second half


7. Tibetan shot to death by Chinese soldiers, October, 2006

Olympic Host China -Their Soldiers Killing Innocent Tibetans

Reports: Video footage shows Tibetans shot in the back by Chinese soldiers, October 13th, 2006

8. Armed police publically open fire to villagers in south China, December, 2005

Place: Dongzhou village, Shanwei City, Guangdong Province, southeast China
Date: Dec. 6, 2005
Reason: Farmers protest the government plans of partially infilling the bay and build a new power plant

Details: Dongzhou protests, from wikipedia

9. Gulja killing- Handreds, perhaps thousands of ethnic Uighurs killed by armed police, 1997

Place: Gulja (Yining) city, Xingjiang, northwest China
Date: Feb. 5~6, 1997
Reason: calling for an end to discrimination against ethnic Uighurs

Details: Torture Campaign Leaflets, Amnesty International

Rebiya Kadeer’s personal account of Gulja after the massacre on 5 February 1997, Amnesty International

10. Tiananmen massacre – June. 4, 1989

TEN THOUSAND STUDENTS either injured or shot to death by tanks and soldiers!

Place: Tiananmen Square, Beijing, China
Date: June 6, 1989
Reason: University students protested corruption, appealing for democracy

Details &Video : Videos: Tiananmen Square Massacre almost 20 Years Ago in China

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36 Responses to “10 things to know about China”

  1. michael fruik Says:
    November 27, 2007 at 2:23 pm china, is now the modern equivalent of 1935 germany. 5 years from now, after they hold the olympics, much worse things are going to happen. what i ask is why are we allowing this to happen? it used to be, “everyone help their economy!!” but what is being missed is how we are helping them to be worse. we are giving them the opportunity to have power to abuse!! they have the largest, most powerful army in the world. they know this. and they know that all we are going to do is slap them on the wrist while they make bombs. good job, usa. good job. NOT. i will shoot myself before im forced to speak chinese. but before i do that, i will fight every last one of the communists until i have no bullets left.
  2. Robert Says:
    December 7, 2007 at 4:42 pm They have the largest army in the world, yes, but not the most powerful. That’s the United States.
  3. dlh Says:
    December 7, 2007 at 8:06 pm just wait, it’s coming, the dragon will show it’s teeth very soon, China’s navy will surpass all others,rocket ships will stop any aircraft carrier patrol, sub’s will be so numerous, no navy will stand up, the land force is unstoppable, they will be arming the african nations, they have large air transports to move their force where ever they want to, and boeing is building more, their oil tankers will soon be converted to solder transports,the ol kgb,cia, their noting compared to what china has walking around, they can build,build,build, they go 24/7, and don’t forget, their trillion in black ink, not in red, usa,russia,etc, all broke, china is just getting starting, why attack america when you can buy it!!, oil? no problem, just a hop north into russia, they have more soldiers than russia has people,,,,,,,,,,,no nukes, no nukes, no nukes,,,,ya right, the dragon can spit fire
  4. Hank Says:
    December 12, 2007 at 1:17 pm To Dlh,

Watch out, your going to be first………………..You brainless punk, China will never rule the earth, one by one, you will all fall into the pit, and your dragon will eat each and everyone of you………………..its coming, wait and see…..

  • MDvs Says:
    February 3, 2008 at 6:19 am Many consider the Chinese military to be so fierce. They see the large numbers, the growing naval force, the massive build up of all things military. China does have an unbelievably large military. Only trouble is, it’s mostly a mob type mentallity. When confronting a force such as the American Military, there is NO WAY the Chinese forces can stand.
  • I’ll share a quick comment told to me by a German Special Forces person. “We can kill you Americans. But, we can not kill your spirit. This causes us to fear you”!

    No, China will NOT, and can not distroy the US Military Forces. Not possible. The only thing that will completely distroy America is OURSELVES!! America will distroy, and is well on it’s way to doing so!

  • auntie naa Says:
    February 6, 2008 at 3:01 am until the chinese stop these human right abuses, i curse anything chinese in JESUS name, Amen. the Christians are the apple of GOD’s eye so to harm a Christian means you have harmed GOD’s eye and that’s not going to happen, they should be ready for disaster after forcing the Christian women to have abortions.
  • Mahesh Mehta Says:
    February 14, 2008 at 6:49 am Where is the Human Right Activitiest. The whole world should act against such method.
  • prozacorder Says:
    February 24, 2008 at 3:09 pm Thanks for sharing. Interesting for me
  • Rich Says:
    February 24, 2008 at 4:27 pm I can’t decide if the other comments are posted with serious intent. Is it an objective of this website to provide a platform for childish rants which would not be out of place in the playschool? “My dad is bigger than your dad!” Hmmm
  • David Says:
    March 2, 2008 at 1:22 pm United States may have the most powerful army now, but it will not be like this forever. Every superpower must step down at some point. There are many emerging economies in the world and this, in the long run, will hurt countries like USA and Japan while countries like China, India, and Brazil continue to thrive.
  • China already spends enough money on the military to make the US worried and will pour more money as they get richer.

    I am not an American but I do not wish for a day when China surpasses United States in terms of economy and military might although I believe it’s inevitable.

  • eileen Says:
    March 13, 2008 at 7:50 pm china does not need a military when they are poisoning our children, the future of the usa. we will have no fighters in 20 years if we keep buying their products.
  • Avni Says:
    March 16, 2008 at 1:26 am America will live forever, in the heart of every human being who respects and loves freedom. It is the first and the foremost country in the world that stands for freedom, human rights, prosperity… or as close as it can get. We love America, and we love Americans because they value freedom most, and everything else comes with that. The chinese have been around for many thousands of years, Americans only for a few hundred years, but they have kindled in the world human mind the spark of human freedom and prosperity. That’s why America is THE superpower of the world, it will always be and we can only envy that or like myself, too bad I’m not an American to be able to take pride in this. God bless America, the Chinese will follow eventually.
  • mmdh Says:
    March 16, 2008 at 5:46 am It is sickening reading this diatribe of trying to outdo each other! Haven’t you learned anything from history? How can you call yourselves a benign country who loves freedom and respects human rights when you still have the death penalty and worse still Guantanamo Bay? Your record of human rights isn’t exactly something to be proud of. A little more humility wouldn’t go amiss.
  • Shouldn’t you concentrate on working together and finding a peaceful solution rather than bickering and engaging in this sickening show of military prowess!

  • Momatella Says:
    March 17, 2008 at 6:47 am As long as we waste our breath arguing among ourselves, we are losing valuable time and leverage. People are being tortured, Tibetan monks and citizens beaten, and a military incursion into their country to silence and “spruce up” before the Olympics!! If we stand by and do not fight BEFORE the Olympics, we will lose our chance to be heard as a potential TIDAL WAVE of protest to the White House, Congress, IOC, etc.
    You have NO idea how much China wants this chance for world-wide attention to promote their propoganda!
    Stop QUIBBLING, UNITE, and ACT! And get this info out on the Internet to all you know! Pound the media!! Rattle the skeletons in the closet!!
  • Isabella Hillmayr Says:
    March 17, 2008 at 11:22 am We paved the road for them – consuming more and more for less. Wake up world! Remember the steel from 9/11? It was shipped to China! Resources have gone up in demand and price due to China’s high demand. Globalization is today’s weapon – no army is needed = just credit cards, commercials and the ever rising consumerism!
  • Anti-China Says:
    March 21, 2008 at 8:58 pm Kill China! Kill all Chinese all over the world!
  • Baozi Says:
    March 25, 2008 at 9:58 am China = a controlled , censored paradox of unstability….
    people in china dont have a say and they know it….
  • But for the rest of us westerners …. we are fed a stealth “cocktail” of media spin and bullshit about freedom rights and democracy…. ….only problem is that so many westerners really belive this media illusion …..

    never under estimate the powers of suggestion…. we all create our own realities…..

  • Say no to Big Brother Says:
    March 26, 2008 at 9:09 am China is a ridiculous place. As Baozi says, people don’t have a say and they know it, although I don’t know how much they are aware of this or how much they care or whatever, because they are programed so well into believing in the system.
  • What is happening though, I think, is that they are getting more and more info from the outside world about what free societies do. This change is inevitable since China is open to business with the West. What this all looks like to me is China wanting to have its cake and eat it too, the government realizes that the only way forward is to participate in the world economy, but the world is very different and will inevitably influence China, but I think the government is trying to hold on to its crappy communist ways. As we see above.

    yes, we should be aware of Media and its bs in the West, but we in the West are free, we do pretty much as we like, we are not to be compared to the poor Chinese who have no say.


  • Vincenzo Says:
    April 4, 2008 at 12:49 pm I can honestly say I have no family in mainland china anymore. Either we all left or were killed b/c we were land owners and whatnot.
  • Regarding not doing anything though, I think it’s just a way to receive benefits for those who use china for manufacturing. If china were like the US, then we wouldn’t get our products as cheap as we currently do b/c we would have to pay the chinese workers more.

  • kelly Says:
    April 9, 2008 at 1:01 pm china is just growing, like a teenager, there are 60% farmer in china, what you worried, — billion farmer destroy US?
  • don Says:
    April 10, 2008 at 7:25 am I can’t believe all his chest thumping….. Americans are you really free? Look at what is happening in your once great nation. The government shouldn’t (well they don’t really) decided what is in the best interests of the people. THE PEOPLE SHOULD!!!!! Elections are a joke. Look at the Jeb Bush incident (vote rigging).
  • Your constitution is being eroded bit by bit as many of you stay silent. Your forefathers knew what could happen if they didn’t draft the constitution. Read it, then think about what you have lost. Read quotes from Thomas Jefferson, and your President who
    allowed the creation of the Federal Reserve Bank. That is who controls America.

    As for China they do what they do. No one attempts to really pressure them on Human Rights issues or there wuld be no Olympics there.

    Keep in mind China, Russia and Iran have a military agreement.

    So WWIII may eventuate. Who wins???? Those who finance the countries and those who manipulate the world from behind a dark curtain.

  • Rick Says:
    April 13, 2008 at 9:29 am Quite right, – the American Government is eroding the freedoms & the rights of the country – without any help from china.
  • It amazes me that, in their own constitution it says that if at any time, the government of the time isnt serving the wants of the people, its their right…no its their OBLIGATION to use FORCE if they have to – to regain control of the country and rescue it from tyranny – and soem of them say ” oh but the military will get me ” – ther are how many HUNDREDS of MILLIONS i nth USA? – PLEASE dont try and tell em that the governemnt can kill ALL of the citizens if they decided to do an over-throw, and retun the U.S. to where its constitution SHOULD be. – freedom, liberty, one nation under god ( etc ) – I think itrs a case of whos going to stand up on the front liner FIRST and tel lthe governemnt to stand down or ELSE the people will come do it FOR THEM.

  • p Says:
    April 18, 2008 at 1:23 am I have just come back from working in China. I noticed many things that contrasted greatly to my peaceful NZ. My world prior to visiting China was an illusion (not that i am saying that i see the world that much clearer now lol..).
    From a distance it is easy to criticize the regime in China. I can think of thousands of instances where condemnation is due. To temper this one must do a little questioning of what one believes (ask why etc). Idealism is important but it must be tempered with reality. Even a short visit to China will impress upon you the difficulties the country faces. I doubt any other country on earth has even faced these kinds of pressures.
  • Before I left for China I thought that China should be democratic etc. Now I am not so certain. Democracy would most definitely weaken an already extremely weak structure. The reasons for this weak structure are many, but one of the most important is the abuse of power by western nations during the time of what the Chinese call the 100 years of shame. This abuse led to rise of Mao etc.. So perhaps the responsibility for the shape of China today could be shared a little more with the west.

    Back to the present.
    When I was in China I definitely noticed a latent anger towards their situation. The problem is that the people don’t really know who to blame or how to go about changing it. Memories of the horrors that political chaos always brings in China is etched into the collective psyche. So their extremely practical minds stick with what is kind of working (better than other conceivable options presently available).

    Quite frankly I am a little afraid for the Chinese if conditions there worsen enough for the people to openly attempt political change. I possibly favour the idea that its better the devil you know rather than a worse one that could come out of such chaos. If you doubt me, read a little history to find out what conditions make a tyrant appear.

    It is better for the world’s stability if the present regime continues, for now at least, despite being so corrupted. Perhaps with real and genuine assistance from the rest of the world China could be eased gently from its present predicament. I end my rant with Idealism. duh

  • p Says:
    April 19, 2008 at 4:47 pm My earlier comment was not added? I fail to see why. My comment was not inflammatory or hurtful. It added to the debate in a meaningful way. Why was it not added?
  • disappointing

  • spides Says:
    May 4, 2008 at 5:09 am yeah… so.
    It pretty much sucks all the terrible breaches of human rights being perpetrated by the chinese government but it really has nothing to do with the us military. I think america must have an inferiority complex or something, scared of losing the title as worlds strongest superpower? get over yourselves and see this for what it is. The chinese people don’t care about beating america, they just want basic human rights, something which the american capitalists don’t want because those labor camps produce such awesomely cheap products to help boost their companies profit margins. I don’t know what is sadder, the horrific torture and killing by the chinese government, or the ridiculous and irrelevant comments posted on this site.
  • Antoine Says:
    May 5, 2008 at 8:56 am Tibet is Saving the World
  • Yes, you read the title correctly, “Tibet is Saving the World”. More precisely, Tibetans, through their sacrifice, have opened the eyes of the world to enable freedom loving people to more clearly see the illegitimate Chinese government’s evil intentions. Make no mistake about it: the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is planning to dominate the world politically, economically and culturally, and their cancer is spreading far faster than most people now realize. The hosting of the Beijing Olympics is simply another step the CCP has undertaken to attempt to legitimize their form of corrupt government. What the Tibetans have done in Tibet is nothing short of a last gasp of hope for a culture that will surely disappear in China and which the CCP has targeted for extinction if China succeeds in its geopolitical plans to rule the Earth. In the CCP’s supposed quest to “improve the lives of all Han Chinese”, no culture, religion, government or organization will stand in its way. In fact, it is not far fetched to believe that CCP considers the world to be their own property, and it is just a matter of time until everyone will have to obey them. HOWEVER, thanks to the long glowing embers of hope in Tibet, which give hope to all freedom loving people, we may just be able to reign in the CCP’s master plans. If a war does happen (God forbid!), it would be better now than later – a war in 10 years time would surely not leave anyone alive on the planet. Fortunately, Freedom is contagious and Truth is infectious, even among Han Chinese who have been forced fed CCP propaganda their entire lives, and perhaps our other heroes may just be the Han Chinese themselves who recognize the evil of their own government and decide to bring their corrupt leaders to justice. The list of heroes for freedom is becoming longer and longer, and are now too numerous to mention here, but those who stand out the most in my mind are the Tibetans in Tibet who stood up to the CCP knowing full well the harsh consequences that would follow. In their hearts, they realized that it was not only for the future of Tibet, but also for the future of the world itself. The world will forever remember their sacrifices.

  • P Says:
    May 6, 2008 at 10:04 pm Antoine
  • its great to see such an unbiased and objective opinion such as yours.

    I am not saying you are right or wrong, however:

    Have you been to Tibet and seen the improvements the CCP bring? Do you think the West would do this for such a poor place? Look to Africa etc where the West has total dominance and influence..

    Did you do any research (genuine scholarly works written by experts from all sides of the story) on the historical accuracy of your claims?

    Have you researched the so called peace loving Dalai Lama and his past of being sponsored by CIA to form revolutionary fighters? This is fact. Research this if you disagree -He got caught! Have you asked yourself (look at all angles)

    Did you know that most Tibetan people prior to the return of Chinese rule lived in perpetual serfdom with no way of improving their lives? Prior has been added intentionally here.

    Did you know that the CCP has uplifted more than 3-400 million human beings out of abject poverty in the past 25 years? Can you say that the West has done this in other areas where they have control? The whole reason the third world exists is because of greedy Western powers.

    Have you bothered to ask yourself (research) why the CCP wants to hold on to such a poor area? You will find its not really about resources.. Look up the causes of the India-China War 1962 (should give you a hint at some of the factors)

    Have you asked yourself why the CCP is in power in China? Here I encourage you to read up on the 100 years of shame following the defeat of China by the British in the 1st Opium War of 1849.

    Clearly these comments do nothing to absolve what is wrong with the system presently dominating China and I clearly make no attempt to do so. I just encourage you to open your eyes and not buy so heavily into the rhetoric espoused by those parties with a vested interest.

    Its never as black and white as it seems.

  • Political scientist, Sweden Says:
    May 14, 2008 at 1:44 pm – A remark to begin with; Im not going to have a normative discussion wether whats right or wrong with China, instead I will make my contribution a bit more descriptive, and with effort to stand aside the hereto quite biased comments. –
  • I will have to agree with P.

    Its never black and white, and its very simple to draw a picture of the “good” and the “bad”, especially in the case of a history that of the CCP -regime. However, structures of power will always exist. And as a scholar with a somewhat of a constructivist approach, I think you can draw some parallels between histories less “good regimes” but, the cases wary because of context.

    No historical evidence suggest a wish from the CCP -regime to dominate the world. That is totally absurd considering the problems which it allredy has with controlling its own political organisation, such as extensive corruption at the lower levels, due to a wide spread organisation.

    Through history some cultures have died out and others evolved, intertwined and dominative alike. The Han chinese has always dominated the political scene of the middle kingdom, even the manchu dynasty made han culture its own. Communism, international socialism was ment to be global. However maoism was not. Maoism, by mr. Chairman Mao is a han -chinese transformation of communism. In later years the ideology of the CCP is quite far from that of mr. Mao. Even though you cant see him twitch in his mausoleum in Beijing, he is probably not that happy to know that in China, today, “being rich is glorious”.

    Something that is obvious is that Chinese people lack sufficient political and legal rights, with protection. The core meening of this site is to spread that word. China is no democracy, its an authoritarian state, its not a “free” state by western standard. The middle kingdom has never been free, people in china have never had a high standard of living and they have never been “free”. Building the institutions of democracy in the west have taken hundreds of years, and building a high standard of living have taken more time than that. Actually in most western democracys there is many homeless children, is that a high standard of living? No, because even though democracy is constitutional, its supporting welfare is not universally garanteed. The latter is something that communism tried to do, but failed hence its dictators thought that they could do the opposite to reach that goal (ofcorse with the support of an undynamic system of planned economy). This is something CCP has learned from, wich made them release market economy. Even though the standard welfare of ordinary citizen have rizen with extreme pase, they are still not free. Some say they are still slaves, just under another system.

    Chinas political system is still inhumane with the characteristics of an authoritarian state. Awful and terrible things happens every day, and they are fed propaganda. But we should remember that Chinas people and its elite have no foundation today to build a democracy on. The day they do it will not look like a western democracy, maby resembling the case of India.

    We should remember the lessons taken from what has happened to Russia after the fall of the Soviet Union. Democracy cant be forced. And that revolutions seldom end with a good outcome. Russia is worsening by the day into something more authoritarian. Let China continue its coarse of improvement and opening to the world.

    We all should give China the support of critisism, knowledge, trade with demand on fairly produced products, cultural exchange and TIME to make it evolve to a more humane place to live in.

    China is on the rise, help it become a better one.

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  • Myzone Says:
    May 27, 2008 at 8:18 am China is like a flying dragon. And it worried USA so much. They trying anything to stop it. As you know, USA will never let any country to being strong in military. Yeeah, cause they’re cowboy country who act like a world police. They thought the world will be chaos without them.
  • Here are some comparisons about china n usa:

    China military :
    2,250,000 active personnel
    800,000 reserve personnel
    no personnel as been stationed outside China
    Military Budget USD 59 Billion (est 200 8)

    USA military:
    1,426,713 active personnel
    1,458,500 reserve personnel
    there a more than 300.000 active personnel has been stationed outside USA at more than 820 installations in at least 39 countries.
    Military Budget USD 549 Billion (2007)

    China recent war history:
    China never have war history attacking other country. Most of them are war in the borderline with neighbouring countries or helping neighbouring countries protecting their communist ideology like vietnam n north korea.

    USA recent war history:
    1. Vietnam
    2. Korea
    4. Kidnapping President of panama
    5. Bombing President of Libya
    6. Attacking Afghanistan
    7. Attacking Iraq, killing more than 100.000 peoples. And what we’ve got now? A Democracy country or Democrazy country. Iraqi is in civil war now. Chaos everywhere. Bombing and Killing everyday.
    8. Treathening Iran
    and so many wars far away from their homeland in the name of Democrazy as a world policeman

    Point 7-8 is one of the causes that make the oil price flying high. Almost USD 130/barrel.

    So which country do we have to afraid of? China? or USA?

  • joe verghese Says:
    May 31, 2008 at 1:23 am I fail to understand why the rest of the world can actually sit back and allow the olympics to ever happen in a place where there is total disregard for any sort of life.
  • From killing tibetans to skinning animals live to eating tiger balls to selling organs of prisoners to selling junk products around the world, what are these people? Damn the government, it is something to do with being chinese i suppose. “I eek bors of animars and i be stlong man aaahhhhhhhh!”

  • Myzone Says:
    May 31, 2008 at 9:20 am It’s because the sleeping dragon is waking up. And it worried USA n some Western countries so much. They will use anything to divide China using Democracy things n human rights issues.
  • They will support any separatism movement like Tibet and Uighur ethnics. They will give them money, morale support, press support and anything. So we will see 2 more countries, Tibet and Uighur. They will divide China to make it weak. Like what they did to Russia.I know it.

  • p Says:
    May 31, 2008 at 5:06 pm Our judgment of cultures from outside of the West is easy but often misguided. Read some history and you will see its not so simple. I look around me and see greed and apathy everywhere. Nor am I innocent, my wealth and prosperity has come from generations of taking from those places that are weaker, China being one of those places. For all those who cry foul about whats going on in Tibet I ask you to look a little closer to home and see those mis-fortunates whose environment has given them a raw deal (I am a borderline Determinist). Do you do the same here and blame them? Do you say they should do this and should feel that with little or no understanding of why? Its so much easier to pick on a poorer country or a groups that are doing things in an attempt to make a difference(more than you or I ever will.
  • In response to the US and west being fearful of China, undoubtedly this has an element of truth and time will tell just how much this fear motivates those actors on the political stage. Perhaps the olympics will be seen as an attempt to bring China into the global community rather than against it. Or perhaps it is something more sinister.

    But on a side note, you all know what the United States is doing with its overwhelming advantage. What would the world be like if it was China instead that held this technological and military advantage? I put this out there because I am curious to know what others think. Will the world be a better place with the CCP dominating the global community? This question no one can presently answer but it might shine a light on some of the seemingly irrational behaviour of the west with regards the China.

  • Whitman989 Says:
    July 26, 2008 at 8:38 pm As long as we have Chuck Norris, China will surely fail.
  • Mo Riley Says:
    July 31, 2008 at 8:10 am I love China and its people
  • I love the United States and its people.

    One life, one world.

  • lucy Says:
    August 1, 2008 at 10:49 pm all i can see here are extreme biases either one way or the other. my partner is chinese and it makes me sad to see how complacent he is about the government. but you must appreciate that it is a corrupt crony-style government-structure that exists in china today as a result of the national hero mao. chinese are people just like everyone else. the only bad thing i have to say about chinese people is the way the government has not only tolerated but encouraged the marginalisation of the uighur and tibetan people because it is to their short term advantage. and the govt also encourage a sense of nationalist fervour amongst its’ people. China is a beautiful country with beautiful people nonetheless. And the world needs to help those beautiful people to re-structure their not-so-beautiful government
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