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Post time 2006-6-16 23:03:20 |Display all floors
Mao Zedong never went abroad(except a very quick visit to Soviet,but I guess that trip cannot be referred to as Going abroad)...

Deng Xiaoping and Zhou Enlai both once studied abroad...

Then,you see the difference...

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Post time 2006-6-17 00:43:45 |Display all floors
When one goes abroad they have something beautiful and irreplaceable called a 'comparison'. Simply put, the comparisons drawn from experiences helps one to become less ignorant and more understanding.
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Post time 2006-6-17 02:20:02 |Display all floors
mao zedong had never been abroad, so he knew how to defeat the enemies--japs during the anti-jap war and kmt troops during civil war.

that is why zhou enlai was ousted during long march. zhou enlai, a returned overseas student, did not know how to fight a war and always lost his battles against KMT troops.
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Post time 2006-6-17 02:23:11 |Display all floors
some details:

some beautiful women go abroad for good, leaving only mediocre at home. then our nation will be less beautiful.

some men of top intelligence go out, leaving ordinary people at home. our nation will have less intelligence.
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Post time 2006-6-17 03:24:09 |Display all floors
mao zedong had never been abroad, so he knew how to defeat the enemies--japs during the anti-jap war and kmt troops during civil war.

that is why zhou enlai was ousted during long march. zhou enlai, a returned overseas student, did not know how to fight a war and always lost his battles against KMT troops.


It was Zhou Enlai who convinced the leader of the KMT to help fight alongside the Communist party and join forces against the common enemy (japan). Mind you, the KMT leader Chiang was a very stubborn man who hated the Communist party with a passion. Without Zhou's charming strategy and patience, Chiang would of never considered fighting alongside if he was forced to sign the agreement in which the scenario would of been completely disastrous for China. The KMT would not of been held together without Chiang and would have broken into factions, basically enabling the Japanese to overun the country.  

some beautiful women go abroad for good, leaving only mediocre at home. then our nation will be less beautiful.

some men of top intelligence go out, leaving ordinary people at home. our nation will have less intelligence.


This is called 'brain drain' and if another country offers a more attractive package then its a no-brainer these people would leave to pursue a better future for themselves.
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Post time 2006-6-17 14:01:45 |Display all floors
i had never mentioned that it is not braindrain. dont take it for granted that i dont know the word.

what i say is that we losing talented people.

i had never said that other people would not pursue their lives. it is their right.

mao zedong replaces zhou enlai during the long march. this is historical truth. before mao went to power, the red army were suffering attacks. after that, the situation totally changed.
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Post time 2006-6-17 14:03:11 |Display all floors
this idea of aftermath is only borrowed from someone's words.

why i present it here is that it is interesting.

pls dont take this chance to launch personal attacks.
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