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Liononthehunt Post time: 2018-10-30 23:09
Technically and actually, DPRK is a sovereign country, unlike your country, which used to a legiti ...
Most entities (countries and people alike), legitimate or not, become independent and sovereign once they become of age. Fact is still, that DPRK would not exist, if it was not for intervention by Chinese troops against UN sanctioned forces in the south.
It is that act against UN, which in my books makes China's act illegal, and DPRK therefore an illegitimate child of China. Your books may be different, which is fine.
your country, which used to a legitimate child of the Russians, then eloped, and now has become an unloved mistress of the US.
Actually my country was part of Sweden before, but then eloped to Russia, under which it enjoyed increased autonomy but still not full sovereignty. Much like some regions in Greater China, I suppose.
explained that you were taking advantage of continued poverty, that's intriguing, and yet pathetic, isn't it?
I don't know what it is to you (or why it should be anything at all), but it serves me well.
Taiwan's per capita GDP is more or less the same as that of Guangdong [..] would be surpassed by over 5 more mainland provinces [...] But you may not know about
For the reasons stated above, I am not personally interested in how wealthy the provinces where I do not live are or will be. My closest connections to some of those provinces are from people working in both Guangdong and Zhejiang, with their children still left in muntains of rural Yunnan province, where I do live (not in the mountains, but in the province).
It is here, where I observe the continued poverty within the dysfunctional society, and how weak the central government really is in getting their reforms implemented nationwide. It is here where I want to see changes, instead of praising about prosperity of coastal regions. I want people and towns urbanized here, instead of urbanizing Guangzhou or Shenzhen while leaving their families behind.
western media has not fed you with anything about China that is accurate and useful.
Do consider that I live here, and can see things with my own eyes. I don't have to rely in media western or eastern.