I see that you are pretty new to this forum. I posted articles about this several times in this thread before. This article is a good start:(1) All your comments since the thread was reopened (page 26) haven't mentioned anything about history, or made any argument whatsoever. If you want to present your "theory" now, go ahead, but don't make things up.
(2) Which history? The history where both ROC and the PRC still claim all of China? The history where most nations recognise the province of Taiwan as part of China?
You remind me of a coal miner who thinks he is an expert in mineralogy.I don't need to know about physics to talk about it, but I should know about it to have an informed opinion. The same applies here: yes, you need to have lived in China; yes, you need to have lived in the province of Taiwan (tourism is not living); and yes, it would be better if you knew how to speak Chinese. You are in your right to toss your ignorant position around, but at least don't pretend it isn't cemented on ignorance and lack of knowledge.
You presume to know too much about me, but we are total strangers. Show some common courtesy. You make us Europeans look bad with your behaviour.
If you must know, I stayed in Taiwan for work.
My experience of Chinese culture and psyche is more profound than you think. I’m well familiar with both sides of the coin, from a humane and personal account. Again, you presume too much.By the way, in another post you mentioned how your opinion changed after you visited Taiwan. So your opinion about China comes from one of the most propagandized places of the world against China? You might as well go to Iran and ask them their opinion about America, maybe they will change your mind too. Having an objective and informed opinion is about deeply knowing both sides of the coin – which you clearly don't.