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China's New Nationalists

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5 年前
As Xi Jinping moves China in new directions, national pride among 20 and 30-year-olds is growing. Li Xiapeng once idolized the west. Now his world view has changed. Photo: Menglin Huang/The Wall Street Journal
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  • S
    Scott
    you have to go to china to get to know the real china today,a powerful china didn't just happen overnight,not by chance,china was built by its hard working & diligent people to a prosper china today. the news you're getting fm the western media doesn't always tell the real story. bias if you will
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    Chinh
    Why is it that all Chinese have western names, Scott, Jimmy, Howard, just to name the Chinese trolls with the largest numbers of thumbs up? Why use those 'decadent', 'barbaric', 'lowly' western names when Chinese names are so 'full of culture', so 'civilized', so 'refined'?

    WHY NOT BE PROUD TO BE CHINESE, AND TO USE THE 'BEAUTIFUL' CHINESE NAMES YOUR PARENTS GAVE YOU?
  • B
    Bob
    Where would China be today if everything Made in China were removed from the store shelves of America???
  • J
    John
    China owes its "prosperity" directly due to its trade with those "western-countries" he so roundly criticised; the country continues to be a military controlled dictatorship in socialist sheep's clothing......
  • d
    drshrink1
    To all those Chinese nationals posting comments on this article, although your rise is inevitable, dont rejoice on America's fall.........not just yet.....it took the US a mere 300 years to get to where they are now......China has been trying for 5000 and still have not caught up.....
  • C
    Chinh
    The day when a Chinaman can shout "down with Xi Jinping" on Tian Anmen square without being arrested, that's when China becomes a great country. Don't hold your breath.
  • C
    Chinh
    PRC, are you proud of your tourists yet? or are you still trying to teach those peasants how to not yell in public?
  • L
    Les
    A question for our Chinese friends: How much is the government paying you per comment now?
  • j
    jimmy
    The rise of China is unavoidable, inevitable and unstoppable.
  • O
    Older is better
    Americans will never believe it because you don't know how badly they are already brainwashed.
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