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A general observation regarding pretty much all of the comments that I've read in this thread. While there have been many valid points made, and some more valid than others, one thing is clear: people don't know how to speak to one another. Expressing your viewpoint can be done without degrading other people. It's ironic that, in a topic discussing Chinese relations, this thread has turned into a grudge match. |
The truth is that you can find positive aspects of just about any political party or ideal. We can choose to dwell on our differences, focus on the negative, chooses conflict, and get nowhere. Or, we can find our commonalities, learn from each other in an educated, civilized manner, make friends, and join together in mutual causes. There aren't many people who wake up each day with the goal of making this world a bad place. So, I'd like to suggest that, instead of wasting breath changing minds that will never change, we instead focus on what the essence of this thread intended: "China is a good country with good people, so why would anyone hate us? What have we done?"
I am from the US. I don't hate China or China's people. I think, without really knowing any and going strictly off of what I have seen, learned in school, and stereotypes, that Chinese people are very hard working and very well educated. I hope to get to know some and become more familiar with their culture.