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    Quote Originally Posted by valamhic View Post
    All the commie leftie green Trump haters on here love China where the people are 2 nd class and hate America where people are free
    Fool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ratio Et Fides View Post


    The People's Republic of China isn't colonizing anyone
    Apart from Tibet, Xinjiang and huge swathes of the territorial waters of the Philippines and Vietnam, you mean?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ratio Et Fides View Post
    and they tend to have far more ethical business practices in Africa to Westerners which is why contrary to all the propaganda Africans increasingly want to deal with them and not the West.
    That wouldn't be hard. Doesn't mean it's ethical, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Justinian View Post
    Tian xia is likely a somewhat better description of what the Chinese are attempting to establish instead of colonization and colonies.
    Hmmm....

    "Tianxia (tiānxi/tien-hsia; Chinese: 天下; literally: "under heaven") is a Chinese word and an ancient Chinese cultural concept that denoted either the entire geographical world or the metaphysical realm of mortals,[...]. In ancient China, tianxia denoted the lands, space, and area divinely appointed to the Emperor by universal and well-defined principles of order. The center of this land was directly apportioned to the Imperial court, forming the center of a world view that centered on the Imperial court and went concentrically outward to major and minor officials and then the common citizens, tributary states, and finally ending with the fringe "barbarians".
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    Although in practice there would be areas of the known world which were not under the control of the Emperor, in Chinese political theory the rulers of those areas derived their power from the Emperor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by valamhic View Post
    All the commie leftie green Trump haters on here love China where the people are 2 nd class and hate America where people are free
    This fellow thinks anyone who sees the US empire for what it is lacks objectivity

    It is clear from things like the utterances of some dignatories at the IISS convened Asia Security Summit in the Shangri-La Hotel in Singapore in June there gone, that everyone is paying attention to the rise of the People’s Republic of China. Due to Trump’s isolationist rhetoric (and the undeniable groundswell of populist sentiment behind his election win) certain Pacific states are unsure of the US “standing up” to the PRC and so begin to build new alliances. Led by India, politicians were eager not to antagonise China so the initiative is not called a formal alliance.

    “How a Forgotten Sandlot of a Country became a Hub of International Power Games”
    Article outlining how the small east African state of Djibouti has now home to the bases of two world powerhouses, namely the PRC’s naval port at Obock and the US naval port of Camp Lemonnier (vacated by the French Foreign Legion). The Bloomberg article details how the onetime small country of French Somaliland has become the focal point of competing projects for geo-political power projection in Africa, the Middle East, and the Indian Ocean. Obock naval port is the PRC’s first overseas base, and Camp Lemonnier is the only permanent US military base in Africa.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Justinian View Post
    Tian xia is likely a somewhat better description of what the Chinese are attempting to establish instead of colonization and colonies.
    They want to establish 'sweet prawns', do they? (tin xi 甜鰕)

    Quote Originally Posted by Wascurito View Post
    Apart from Tibet, Xinjiang and huge swathes of the territorial waters of the Philippines and Vietnam, you mean?
    Whatever about the SCS, Xinjiang and Tibet are being no more colonised than Texas or Silesia are.
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    India is way ahead of china is the sciences, and this is what gives them the advantage over traditional industry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lilesosanne View Post
    India is way ahead of china is the sciences, and this is what gives them the advantage over traditional industry.


    http://www.patent-pilot.com/en/indus...aw-firms-2016/
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsarbomb View Post
    Whatever about the SCS, Xinjiang and Tibet are being no more colonised than Texas or Silesia are.
    Beijing has been spearheading an influx of huge numbers of Han Chinese into both Xinjiang and Tibet so that they'll outnumber the local ethnic group.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wascurito View Post
    Beijing has been spearheading an influx of huge numbers of Han Chinese into both Xinjiang and Tibet so that they'll outnumber the local ethnic group.
    The Han:Uighur population ratio in Xinjiang is almost 41:46 currently, and tending towards 1:1 rapidly.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xinjiang
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wascurito View Post
    Beijing has been spearheading an influx of huge numbers of Han Chinese into both Xinjiang and Tibet so that they'll outnumber the local ethnic group.
    Immigration within the People's Republic of China= bad.

    Immigration into the Republic of Ireland from outside= good.

    Strange logic.

    The Chinese produced really amazing thinkers and poets on a vast scale. Chinese people are usually extremely polite, humble and disciplined. Indians on the other hand are extremely arrogant, bombastic and often very cruel a hell of a lot of the time.
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