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Why do some people hate China?   [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2013-4-8 16:38:18 |Display all floors
slimpanda Post time: 2013-4-8 13:52
peace and prosperous~
that is what happened in China~
and its going to over take US~

An interesting perspective on the topic "why do some people hate China". I know I would really love for someone to walk in the room shouting, "I am so great and I will beat you soon. hahaha." Not sure why anyone would dislike that guy/gal

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Post time 2013-4-8 16:57:07 |Display all floors
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.

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Post time 2013-4-8 17:00:31 |Display all floors
robert237 Post time: 2013-4-8 02:04
Do you always use your bad shopping days to develop your theories on people and political systems?

Absolutely not me ol china! I was out and about yesterday and saw them. I live in the centre of town so I see them always. I can post a pix of them clogging up stores if you are in doubt! I believe there have been myriad posts re situation in HK.

That is exactly the same here.....why must you obfuscate everything?
No, I live above Sunset Plaza, it's a little house I rent and it's a little rundown but has a beautiful view, what about you?

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Post time 2013-4-8 17:03:31 |Display all floors
robert237 Post time: 2013-4-8 02:06
All that meandering jabber from you while all you needed to say is China is now entering the
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Socialist phase, socialist phase.....I spit on socialist phase! Nothing in the article suggested socialist phase!

My goodness, you really believe your socialist phase even if Xi will laugh at your belief!
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Post time 2013-4-8 17:12:25 |Display all floors
robert237 Post time: 2013-4-8 05:44
Your stupidity is always climbing to new heights. Ask the people of Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan,
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US spent $2 trillion plus in Iraq.........Why don't you provide evidence of money taken out of Iraq by US instead of innuendo which does not act as evidence! I have seen photos of $$$$$ being brought from US Treasury to Iraq but not vice versa.

You assume US can simply impose on people even if reality is so far removed from the truth! Is Iraq locked into exclusive oil supply to US? And/or providing oil to the US below the market rates of oil?

If you bother reading as opposed to endless innuendo, you will realise Karzai and his fellow politicians are looting Kabul and transferring money to Dubai etc. They even looted a bank!
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Post time 2013-4-8 17:20:45 |Display all floors
sexy Post time: 2013-4-8 12:57
A general observation regarding pretty much all of the comments that I've read in this thread. While ...

A mature response.sexy!

Unfortunately once you make a sharp observation too many, a few Trojans will pop up and engage you in banal side issues. before you know it, you'd utter something that is not really you.

The topic.'why do some people hate China'' is so leading it is almost waiting to be shredded. Your analogy of someone entering the room is apt.
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Post time 2013-4-8 18:57:40 |Display all floors
robert237 Post time: 2013-4-8 02:06
All that meandering jabber from you while all you needed to say is China is now entering the
socia ...

In the early 2000s, the MXXXst social base was limited to older state sector workers who suffered the most during the privatization in the 1990s.  But in recent years, with rising economic and social inequality, the Mxxxsts have gained support among the urban middle class as well as a newer generation of the Chinese working class.

Partly encouraged by the growing influence of Mxxsim, Bo Xixai attempted a moderate social reform agenda while he was the Party Secretary of the city of Chongqing.  Bo Xxxai cracked down on organized crimes with connections to the local capitalists, increased investments on social housing, and promoted “simultaneous developments” of state owned and private enterprises (rather than outright privatization as has been practiced in many other parts of China).

Therefore, the recent purge of Bo Xxxai is politically significant.  It suggests that the “Communist Party” is determined to push forward with further free market-oriented economic reforms without serious social reform.  While such a course might benefit Chinese capitalists in the short run, it is set to further intensify China’s various contradictions and potentially prepare the conditions for a general social explosion in the not very distant future.

If you cannot equate Bo’s downfall to end (complete rejection) of Comm/Socialism, what can I say to you?
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