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japan need not prove herself anymore
any country that says it doesn't need to prove itself of course must be a spent force.|
Zeoblade, you lost a point there because you should be able to separate those countries that are genuinely concerned about china's record, and those that flog the subject for political advantage.
Other developing countries that have undergone the experience of imperialism and invasion by the West and Imperial Japan, understand that the social and environment milieu in China is still different, but evolving at China's pace, not at the behest of others, as the poster claims.
This is China's contribution to the world: as a model developing country that feeds, clothes and prospers its people, without invading or manipulating other countries, considering and implementing/rejecting the demands of others, to suit her own needs.
The future of a democratic society in China need not be the straithjacket some are trying to put her in.
Pointing to Japan and India as leaders that quickly emerged in respective fields, the poster makes his own point: that critical mass can be quickly achieved, and asserted.
Japan was a mockery in the manufacturing world in the 1950s, and only became a serious force from the mid-1970s. Manufacturing is a constantly moving field, not a static goal post: so the standards that he claims that Japan will not necessarily be fixed reference points.
As for Brazil,. sadly, the deforestation of the Amazon is making greater impact than its agriculture - in the latter, countries such as China, India and even Thailand are also leaders.
Which aspect is Brazil leading the world in?