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Is China more nationalistic than its neighbors? [Copy link] 中文

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Recently, public opinion makers in the West have increasingly used the term "nationalism" to describe China, but many people can hardly understand what their motive is. A minority of the Chinese people have also followed suit, making this issue even more incomprehensible.  

Nationalism is a political term. Generally speaking, the contemporary connotation of nationalism is quite obscure and somewhat similar to patriotism. However, patriotism is a positive term while nationalism is a negative one in every sense.

Is China more nationalistic than its neighbors?

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what do you mean neighbors? -  

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Depends on the person and their point of view

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  Chinese nationalists are said to get paid by the Chinese government.

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Did you even bother to look up the definition of the words before you wrote this?

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Dacarys Post time: 2014-12-1 16:53
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Israel is ten times more nationalistic/patriotic than China, so China needs to catch up.

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