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Chinese general has possibly opened a Pandora’s box on territorial disputes   [Copy link] 中文

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This post was edited by Prometheus2 at 2013-5-18 11:43
gooddog Post time: 2013-5-18 01:15
Another ignorant comes to light! Read Asian History before open that useless mouth.

The Dutch and Spanish first created settlements in the early 17th century well before mainland China.

Taiwan was officially regarded by the Kangxi Emperor as "a ball of mud beyond the pale of civilization" and did not appear on any map of the imperial domain until 1683.[30] The act of presenting a map to the emperor was equal to presenting the lands of the empire. It took several more years before the Qing court would recognize Taiwan as part of the Qing realm. Prior to the Qing Dynasty, China was conceived as a land bound by mountains, rivers and seas. The idea of an island as a part of China was unfathomable to the Han prior to the Qing frontier expansion effort of the 17th Century.[31]

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