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China and the United States should have been natural allies, because we fought together in the battle fronts, and sent the Japanese Imperial Army back to their islands, after their hands were full with american and chinese bloods. Many in China over-joyed when your two a-bombs shortened the grisly war, and forced the Japan Emperor to surrender before justice. A few Japanese scholars asked me in Tokyo last spring that what do you think of Americans? I said to their face: Wonderful people! Many in important posts in China are all american college educated, and naturally we like that place. |
Chinese pronunciation of the United States of America, is "mei-guo", meaning "Beautiful Country".
However, your politicians and quite a number of people in america are living under the shadow of "political ideology". Yes, taiwan is a democracy, but that doesn't mean China under one-party leadership has no future. It can make wonders and miracles, so long the leadership listen to the wise-men advice, and take the majority of its people's interest at heart, I mean, at heart! And, we are not planning any attack on Taiwan to quicken territorial integration, we are not fools to ruin our own brothers and sisters there. China has put forward the most flexible plan for peaceful unity: Taiwan could keep its democracy, its troops, its system, everything could be kept intact, except the authorities there admit to one-China.
With regard to protecting democracy, I found the White House is somewhat of "hypocrite". Among your allies, is Singapore a democracy? is Pakistan a democracy? is Saudi Arabia a democracy? And, Chavez is majority elected, why is he a prick in your eyes?
So, my suggestion for the White House: 1.3 billion people calling USA "Beautiful Country" isn't your adversary. Selling weapons to Taiwan DEFINITELY hurts our feelings!
Chinese people respect friendship, and tend to reciprocate good with good, what Confucius enshrined in our blood. We two peoples have a lot to learn and rely on each other.
[ Last edited by arthur at 2006-2-7 03:01 PM ]