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Unity:
1. An undivided or unbroken completeness or totality with nothing waiting.
"He took measures to insure the terriotorial unity of Crotia"
2. The smallest whole number of a numberal representing this number.
3. The quality of being united into.


Two examples:
In your earlier post, you mentioned "thousand years".  Here, your example of KMT and CPC happened only several decades ago.  You are not being consistent.
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Apparently, you didn't read much about Chinese history. Do you know Three kindom's Dynasty? Each of the three kings said they are the legal king of China. So much such examples. "Yi Tong Jiangshan," And this unity is one of major elements which assured the longest last surviving civilization.

They are among the richest in the world, the richest. (if not)
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So their way of politics is unity, and Chinese way is different?

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"Why don't the hungry people eat meat?"

Chinese can enjoy democracy until they have spoken in a united voice???
Most of Chinese have spoken in a united voice during culture revolution period, But Chinese can't enjoy the least democracy that time as People enjoy today.
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You can write rhectorical replies, I have thought you knew Martin Luther King Jr. You can check Luther king if you dont know.
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Originally posted by 468259058 at 2011-1-19 11:17
culture revolution drastically disrupted the care and respect to parents's generation. Rebellious and suspicious reports on provoking words and behaviors of parents against the leaders and government officials are greatly developed in culture revolution period. Without rethinking and learning from the past, without officials's model behaviors, under the heavy filtering and censoring policies, will laws made by officials resume those traditonal Chinese cuture?

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I repeated more than once.
In reality, Many people struggle for daily living food. If there is law, Either they would have to travel thousands of miles to regularly visit their parents by foot,(Where is the travel fee?) or they break the law. that is to say, many Chinese people can't obey the law if there is such statements in laws under present living condition.
Did you know the story, "Why don't the poor eat meat, " said a king after a chancellor reported many people starved to death.  
For example: Improving government official's salaries and welfare is one of major task for Shenzhen government, one top official submitted such proposal in Shenzhen local Congress this month. however, We knew that 40 university professors fight for a intermediate position "Chu" level of Shenzhen city government lately. 4000 university graduates competed for one elementary position in government.

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Originally posted by 468259058 at 2011-1-19 11:17
3. "Object what? he didn't answer." chopsticks11 stressed more than once.

What type of present policy makers are?
For example: The family members of Stock market policy makers are also the one of stock market speculators.
For example: The family members of Housing market policy makers are also the one of housing market speculators.


Question is, do you have proof ?  Do you have proofs beyond reasonable doubt ?

Also, do you never dabble in the stock market ?  Have you never made a tidy bit on one or two occasions ?  Or you are totally a no no when it comes to this ?



People usually made judgements not limited by the only single incident, but most from the exprience. Personally, culture revolution drastically disrupted the care and respect to parents's generation. Rebellious and suspicious reports on provoking words and behaviors of parents against the leaders and government officials are greatly developed in culture revolution period. Without rethinking and learning from the past, without officials's model behaviors, under the heavy filtering and censoring policies, will laws made by officials resume those traditonal Chinese cuture?


Alright, I am not exactly sure if I follow your argument in the uncoloured part.  Briefly, I guess you mean to say that your Cultural Revolution has impacted on the Chinese people and took away their traditional values ??

My question is, do you agree with the CR ?  Has CR done China good ?  If it is a mistake, would you reverse and make corrections ?

If the law on filial piety is purported to deal with your future ageing problems, would you not support it ?  Or would you have a better solution and what would that be ?

[Purple highlight] -  Ok, the officials may not, in your opinioin, exhibit model behaviours.  Question is, what about the ordinary Chinese people's behaviour?  Are you, like they, exhibiting any model behaviour (going down somebody's throats) ?

Please answer, would you approve of children taking care of their parents' elderly needs ?
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Originally posted by 468259058 at 2011-1-21 11:02


Did you know the story, "Why don't the poor eat meat, " said a king after a chancellor reported many people starved to death.  
For example: Improving government official's salaries and welfare is one of major task for Shenzhen government, one top official submitted such proposal in Shenzhen local Congress this month. however, We knew that 40 university professors fight for a intermediate position "Chu" level of Shenzhen city government lately. 4000 university graduates competed for one elementary position in government.


Okay, briefly answer you here.

So, the officials' salaries and welfare will be drastically improved as you said.  Question is, were they underpaid in the first place?  Question is, what kind of responsibilities are they shouldering ?  Are the rewards intended to match their responsibilities ?

Question again, the officials are people in a priviged position (they filter, they censor, blah blah blah ...) as you have repeated more than once.  If so, could they have other means of enriching themselves ?  So, the lay Chinese want to get of rid corruption in their government offices.  Question, are they being realistic in their dreams?


So, 40 universities professors fight for an intermediate position and 4000 university graduates compete for an elementary position .......... right, this is the situation, huh ?  Question is, why do they have to compete ?  And why so few openings ?

Whose brain are you tapping most on creating jobs ?  The university professors or the univeristy graduates ?  Give me your answers !
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Alright, I may not have addressed your part on the university professors and graduates correctly.

Question is, what is your point ?

What is your point on so many of them competing for a junior position in the government ?
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Hungry people won't starve to death if they eat meat.

It's good for people to eat meat.

Now let us made a law to demand people regularly eat meat avoid the risk of anyone starving to death.

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Post time 2011-1-21 14:19:58 |Display all floors
Originally posted by 468259058 at 2011-1-21 14:11
Hungry people won't starve to death if they eat meat.

It's good for people to eat meat.

Now let us made a law to demand people regularly eat meat avoid the risk of anyone starving to death.


Sure, you can have the law but who is going to pay for the meat ?  Will the hungry people pay ?

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