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Post time 2016-9-20 10:40:51 |Display all floors
@seneca Next time you try to spread propaganda, don't pick a topic which most people who are familiar with China know that they can spot your lies right away.

The Xiongnu initiated the attacks on China first, first against the Chinese state of Zhao and then against the Han dynasty.

The Han dynasty defeated the Xiongnu under Emperor Wu of the Han and accepted submission from the defeated Xiongnu tribal leaders. The Southern Xiongnu became tributary vassals to China and the Xiongnu survived as a people long after the Han dynasty. They were not exterminated by China at all.

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Post time 2016-9-20 10:41:03 |Display all floors
@seneca Next time you try to spread propaganda, don't pick a topic which most people who are familiar with China know that they can spot your lies right away.

The Xiongnu initiated the attacks on China first, first against the Chinese state of Zhao and then against the Han dynasty.

The Han dynasty defeated the Xiongnu under Emperor Wu of the Han and accepted submission from the defeated Xiongnu tribal leaders. The Southern Xiongnu became tributary vassals to China and the Xiongnu survived as a people long after the Han dynasty. They were not exterminated by China at all.

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Post time 2016-9-20 18:20:42 |Display all floors
It is tiring how western media without fail always typecast Chinese into these stereotypes. Even Chinese Americans or should I say all Asian Americans fall prey to these perceptions.

Thank you for this article.

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