The relation between China and the neighboring country


Hendrik_2000

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Manqiang here is your perfect girl. She look like Han princess but she is Japanese But she speak perfect Putonghua and can even sing in it These days a lot of young Japanese work and live in China.
Hanfu is beautiful dress even if it not practical

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Manqiang here is your perfect girl. She look like Han princess but she is Japanese But she speak perfect Putonghua and can even sing in it These days a lot of young Japanese work and live in China.
Hanfu is beautiful dress even if it not practical

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I simply complimented the behavior of Japanese women is all. A friendly commendation, nothing more. My ideal woman is Chinese, no elaborations. I want no confusion in my children regarding what/who they are.
 

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Yes, the Brits were the culprits for providing opinion to China. There were other intermediaries/middle men involved including Overseas Chinese (Malaya and others) who were also guilty, and so were several of the Chinese In China that had connections with the Imperial Court. The Chinese nobility also condoned this practice and turned a “blind eye” (And In the process also filled their pockets). Why did some of Overseas Chinese involved in this opiom “lucrative trade”?. These Chinese migrants were earlier forced to flee to South-East Asia as there was famine and hostilities/wars among the Chinese war lords. Many fled with only “shirts on their backs”. They toiled very hard for themselves & families - worked as labourers and in menial jobs. Some became “entrepreneurs” and were involved in the opium trade helping the Brits. Overseas Chinese in Malaya and Singapore became opium edicts too. BTW, Don’t forget to blame the Indians who grew opium In India for the British East India Company to export to the Chinese. We can go on and on with the Blame game directed at several countries where “bullying” (Many ways including exerting pressures on smaller countries) and unscrupulous dealings took place, and even till today. A good quote is “Those without sin cast the first stone”.
 

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Yes, the Brits were the culprits for providing opinion to China. There were other intermediaries/middle men involved including Overseas Chinese (Malaya and others) who were also guilty, and so were several of the Chinese In China that had connections with the Imperial Court. The Chinese nobility also condoned this practice and turned a “blind eye” (And In the process also filled their pockets). Why did some of Overseas Chinese involved in this opiom “lucrative trade”?. These Chinese migrants were earlier forced to flee to South-East Asia as there was famine and hostilities/wars among the Chinese war lords. Many fled with only “shirts on their backs”. They toiled very hard for themselves & families - worked as labourers and in menial jobs. Some became “entrepreneurs” and were involved in the opium trade helping the Brits. Overseas Chinese in Malaya and Singapore became opium edicts too. BTW, Don’t forget to blame the Indians who grew opium In India for the British East India Company to export to the Chinese. We can go on and on with the Blame game directed at several countries where “bullying” (Many ways including exerting pressures on smaller countries) and unscrupulous dealings took place, and even till today. A good quote is “Those without sin cast the first stone”.
Yes. You're right. I wasn't criticising anything. I was just pointing out the video showing Chinese Malay involvement in opium which I didn't know about.

It was just an observation, nothing more.
 

Hendrik_2000

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Well the US and western MSM try to create a wedge between China and SEA countries by decrying China effort to built dam upstream from the Mekong river using socalled "report" funded and issue by US state department without peer review or published in reputable scientific journal. The contention is that Chinese dam reduce the level of the river in Mekong. But is that true?Here is CGTN set the record straight. Interesting report

The Chinese section or Lancang river contribute only 13% of the total amount of the water. The rest come from tributary river located in SEA. Now a lot of people complain about China lack of sophistication when it come to messaging.But since western msm held monopoly on the press starting with them owning most of the majority of wire service like AP,Reuter, Bloomberg, AFP, CNN, etc there is no way China can compete.
The local newspaper with the help of NGO normally just regurgitate socalled scientific study. funded and abetted by state dept

The Mekong is the world's eighth longest river, flowing through China, Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand and Vietnam. For centuries, it's been a source of cooperation. But it's also subject to contention, especially in recent decades when China began building hydropower stations on its upper reaches. The controversy boiled up again recently, after a study funded by the U.S. State Department accused China of having held back large amount of water in its reservoirs, exacerbating a severe drought in Southeast Asia last year. Our cameras have been granted exclusive access to some of the hydropower stations on the river.
 
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Hendrik_2000

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Well yesterday China and Vietnam celebrate the 20th anniversary of land demarcation between 2 countries Western MSM like to paint China as aggressive Hitler wannabe hell bent on conquering "Lebensraum". But China has sign land border with all of her neighbor save for India and Bhutan.

They also like to drive a wedge between vietnam and China but alot of people in Vietnam government luckily still know the history of their country and try to keep an even keel relation with China
China did contribute a lot to the Vietnam struggle for independence from French and latter against US But certain clique in Vietnam gov try to minimize this effort specially this guy Le Duc To. Here is the story of China contribution in Vietnam war
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But there is thick web of human relation between Chinese and Vietnamese starting long time ago. In fact southern Chinese DNA derive from this lady Xian of Lingnan(old name of Guangdong) , also known as Duchess of the Qiao State(冼夫人) . She is still remember today in the form of offering to her temple. She is also revered in Vietnam as she is of Li ethnicity. There are many temple to worship her in Malaysia and Singapore too
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Lady Xian was greatly honored for her great distribution by many emperors or the masses. So people built temples around the country to commemorate her. By the end of 1940s, there were already several hundred temples in China, especially in Lingnan. They were also built in
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in 2000. In 2002, the temple was listed as a key culture protection site by the Guangdong Provincial Government. Every year on the 24th day of the 11th lunar month, people in Gaozhou will come to the temple to worship Lady Xian

During Vietnam war 10 of thousand of Vietnamese student were sent to study in live in QuangXi China to avoid the war Today they are old men of 60 and 7's but they still cherish the memory.

In the 1960s, a school was set up in Guangxi, China, offering teachers and students from across the border in war-torn Vietnam a safe haven in which to pursue their studies. Over the course of its brief history, the school not only enhanced the life-chances and careers of thousands of Vietnamese, but laid the foundations for a friendship between the two countries that has lasted for more than half a century.

China and Vietnam mark 20th anniversary of land border treaty
 
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