Chinese Daily Photos for 2020!!!


Xsizor

Captain
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Oh and one more thing...

Sinophilia isnt a new phenomenon. Important figures in history has been noted for their Sinophilic attitudes.

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Sure, Young girls and boys may fall for Korean and Japanese soft power.
China however gets the interests of a more mature age group.
 

Gatekeeper

Brigadier
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That don't exist in the Christian education system either. They surely don't teach about the positive side of Communist China in their Bible.:rolleyes: You act like Chinese doesn't have artistic creativity on their own under the CCP ruling.

You do reliase you're talking about the man from the A-Team. He claimed that Chinese students in Hong Kong lack critical thinking because Chinese education system is inferior, and doesn't allow critical thinking.

Such an authority on education. I bet he works in education all his life, particularly in Hong Kong.

He's mind bending ability is the proof creative thinking is working well and alive in the western education system. Lol
 

Dolcevita

Captain
That don't exist in the Christian education system either. They surely don't teach about the positive side of Communist China in their Bible.:rolleyes: You act like Chinese doesn't have artistic creativity on their own under the CCP ruling.

Exactly. The primary mission of the Christian education system is to indoctrinate and condition their truth (NOT reality) without critical thought. Case in point is how they go through whole routine of acrobatic mental gymnastic in teaching biblical creation (of universe) and evolution. Their ability for mental gymnastic is taught early and well indoctrinated. These are the type of creative thought (gymnastic) that China does not need nor should want.

That is why they hate China because they want China to adapt their perception of Truth.

:rolleyes: The Brits created the condition for ignorance, despair, and self-loath for this to happen. Hong Kong has not had it better until their minions demanded unjustifiable entitlements and anarchy.
 
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Litebreeze

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My fav.

Saviour of Hong Kong during draught of the 1960s. While Britain did nothing!
I grabbed it from somewhere, it said the pic is ZhouEnLai taking place in Chongqing sometime in WW2.

It looks like him to me but I'm really not sure since the place has no mark to say where, also why he took pic at that place?
 

Gatekeeper

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I grabbed it from somewhere, it said the pic is ZhouEnLai taking place in Chongqing sometime in WW2.

It looks like him to me but I'm really not sure since the place has no mark to say where, also why he took pic at that place?

It's definately Zhou eh Lai. My fav premier, and saviour of Hong Kong in her hours of needs. We Hong Kong people are forever in his debt. I'll never forget the suffering we Hong Kongers had to endure.

Also, China was very backwards with few infrastructure. Most of the water that came from China was by sheer man power.

I couldn't tell you if it's in Chongqing or not I'm afraid. But it's most likely since Chongqing was the temporary Capital of China during WW2.
 

Gatekeeper

Brigadier
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On January 8, 1976, Zhou Enlai passed away.
Zhou was the first Premier of the PRC, from October 1949 until his death in 1976.
Chinese call him "the Premier of people".
We always remember him.

Truly a great man! China was lucky to have him in her darkest time. From fighting with Japanese, KMT, Americans, the cultural revolution, and finally the saviour of Hong Kong.

I remember, he fought to save his own people in Hong Kong (technically foreigners) against some people higher up who wants to shine A bad light onto the British. Etc. Because to him, us Hong Kongers is still his countrymen. We're forever in his debt.
 

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