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Old 05-08-2014, 08:15 AM
 
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He does not claim to be a chinese. A lot of loser young Taiwanese tend to blame Mainland china for the failure of their own society or economy. the same is true for HK

By contrast, overseas Chinese tend to have much positive view toward the rise of China.

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And I don't know at what point I said the Chinese government has no problem? They have as many problem as the Americans, but different ones. But one would be a fool to deny that China is rising and the US is declining in relative strength. The Economist now has a "China" sector each issue, along with Europe, United States, Asia, Middle East and Africa. This is how important China has become. Didn't exist only a few years ago.

You ARE one of the Chinese people, just so you know. I don't know why you act as if you were one of the westerners. You are not.

Speaking of jealous of China, Canada's liberal party leader is

At Toronto fundraiser, Justin Trudeau seemingly admires China’s ‘basic dictatorship’ | National Post
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Old 05-08-2014, 08:33 AM
 
Location: Taipei
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And I don't know at what point I said the Chinese government has no problem? They have as many problem as the Americans, but different ones. But one would be a fool to deny that China is rising and the US is declining in relative strength. The Economist now has a "China" sector each issue, along with Europe, United States, Asia, Middle East and Africa. This is how important China has become. Didn't exist only a few years ago.

You ARE one of the Chinese people, just so you know. I don't know why you act as if you were one of the westerners. You are not.

Speaking of jealous of China, Canada's liberal party leader is

At Toronto fundraiser, Justin Trudeau seemingly admires China’s ‘basic dictatorship’ | National Post
Wow you obviously don't get it was a sarcasm lmfao.Another good laugh from you.

^And yeah we are such LOSERS and you're such WINNERS.Woohoo!!How awesome!!
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Old 05-08-2014, 08:36 AM
 
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A winner generally does not hold a very negative view toward his government and his mother land

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Wow you obviously don't get it was a sarcasm lmfao.Another good laugh from you.

^And yeah we are such LOSERS and you're such WINNERS.Woohoo!!How awesome!!
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Old 05-08-2014, 08:37 AM
 
Location: Taipei
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I'm starting to love you guys' posts.They are just so hilarious.
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Old 05-08-2014, 10:30 AM
 
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Wow you obviously don't get it was a sarcasm lmfao.Another good laugh from you.

^And yeah we are such LOSERS and you're such WINNERS.Woohoo!!How awesome!!
If people in mainland China start to hate Taiwanese (as you wish), I don't think Taiwan can benefit from that.

To be honest, ordinary people in mainland China do not care about Taiwan at all. They talk about Taiwan probably several times a year, when something happens. However some 台獨 always want the people from both sides to hate each other.
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Old 05-08-2014, 10:41 AM
 
Location: Taipei
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If people in mainland China start to hate Taiwanese (as you wish), I don't think Taiwan can benefit from that.

To be honest, ordinary people in mainland China do not care about Taiwan at all. They talk about Taiwan probably several times a year, when something happens. However some 台獨 always want the people from both sides to hate each other.
Ordinary people in Mainland China do not care about Taiwan at all,and they hate the idea of Taiwan being (de guire) independent.How logical.
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Old 05-08-2014, 10:56 AM
 
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Ordinary people in Mainland China do not care about Taiwan at all,and they hate the idea of Taiwan being (de guire) independent.How logical.
They do not care what happens in Taiwan. They don't talk about Taiwan and do not think about Taiwan in their daily life. I can't even remember what's the last time I had a discussion about Taiwan with my parents, probably during Chen Shui-bian scandal?

If you ask for their opinions, they will say Taiwan is a part of China. That's it. However it is not a big deal in their life.
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Old 05-08-2014, 11:52 AM
 
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They do not care what happens in Taiwan. They don't talk about Taiwan and do not think about Taiwan in their daily life. I can't even remember what's the last time I had a discussion about Taiwan with my parents, probably during Chen Shui-bian scandal?

If you ask for their opinions, they will say Taiwan is a part of China. That's it. However it is not a big deal in their life.


Yea sure they don't
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Old 05-15-2014, 08:39 PM
 
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Ordinary people in Mainland China do not care about Taiwan at all,and they hate the idea of Taiwan being (de guire) independent.How logical.
They do not care because they have the same view: Taiwan is part of China, that's it.
Of course, most Chinese people won't want to use military action to take over Taiwan. However, if Taiwan take aggressive action, they will deploy their PLA.
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Old 05-16-2014, 09:02 AM
 
Location: Guangzhou, China
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The same poor living conditions can be said of HK or NYC or any other big cities in the world. See those many people in HK living in a cage?
The big difference is that in the case of NYC, this is the most extreme example of this occurance o
In the US and at most, the people living six people to a sub-300 sq ft apartment is maybe a few ten thousands or so people... all told Less than In China this is a norm that extends to most of its major metros and encompasses tens if not hundreds of millions. Nice way to deflect the core message of my post though...
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