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Vietnam war is a different story. When US retreat from Vietnam, the South Vietnamese government still exist, and theoretically, had US never left Vietnam, South Vietnam would still exist today. The strategic goal for US in Vietnam was is to pop up the southern regime, and we achieve that, and the tactical goal for US is to win each and every battle and/or engagement, and we had achieve that too.

South Vietnam losses to North Vietnam, that's the history, how do we know when we withdraw from Vietnam, South will collapse within 3 years......That's not of our concern as, well, simply, we are not part of the conflict anymore. Hence the result do not concern us anymore, and that's also history too.



Maybe you should visit South Korea again. That's still standing and well, Chinese losses
You forgot to mention North Vietnam was so weakened, that when we left for political reasons it still took several years for them to gain the strength to take the south.

His argument also missed out 1 major factor. Now, I don't really know did he intentionally leave out this piece of information or he is just twisting information to make his point.......

China is about 32 times the size of Philippine and it's about 40-50 times the population. China have a land area of 9,706,961 sq km where as Philippine have a land area of 300,000 sq.km.

If a proportional time is needed to totally conquer China with respect to Philippine will be 32 times of 6 months he claim (Which is not true by the way) that's 192 calendar months. Which is 16 years, the war lasted 8 years (1937 - 1945) 45- 55% of China is conquered. I would say China is on the same track with respect to the speed of Japan Conquered Philippine, don't you think?

I don't really know why Chinese keep booster the fact that they are hard fighter, when the reason they were not conquer in full is because, well, they are too big and too vast to conquer.
Vast size is still a deterrent....Few countries have that luxury. The US, China, Russia, Canada (count them with US size when push comes to shove) India, perhaps Brazil.
 

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you not that smart are you? may be you should watch that video again skorea still standing coz it was a deal for china to get a un seat with America, don't post for the sake of posting if you don't want to make yourself look stupid, even America admitted they lost the Korean war
It's there because even with 4 times the population...in your own yard....you couldn't beat a small US expeditionary forces 1000's of miles from our shore. Never had the pleasure of being stationed there, but my dad was....and the locals were always grateful for the @zz-kicking they gave the Chinese.
 

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you are full of sh@t are you telling me you are more credible than the person that made the retreat from hell video?:omghaha:
You keep saying retreat....we retreated from the Philipines....kicked the Japs sideways....retreated at the Bulge....crushed the Nazis.....Hitler says "no retreat".....gets huge forces cut off. You have no clue about military matters.......go watch some manga or whatever Chinese kids do....when faced with unexpected force you consolidate your position and pull back....the inability to do this is why second rate (like Chinese....losingest army ever) get humiliated throughout their sad history. You did help us in WW2 however....Chinese resistance was such a sad joke the Japanese got over-confident.
 

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WTF happen to my post

China without a military power can handle the U.N force, that in itself was a great success in the Korea war.
 

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Blah blah blah, the Japanese is TOTALLY halted in the 1940 again. Time and time again, I show you about 10 battle that wage between 1942-1943, there are more than 50 battle waged by either the Japanese and Chinese during the 1940-1945 period, yet you keep calling the front line is "Stabilised" lol, kind of hard to argue with this "Chinese Logic"

And do you think collaborator is the only product from China? There are some in Philippine too. So spare me the Collaborator speech.

Fact is China is too big for Japan to conquer in just 8 years end of story. Come back when you have some solid evidence to suggest otherwise. And not just you are saying it. Dude, I show proof and you show me your finger....
READ

Modern China: a guide to a century of change - Graham Hutchings - Google Books

But 'Free China', though the subject of sympathy in the West, essentially fought alone. defeat and demoralization By 1940 the front line, though not static, had stabilized, and the war became one of attrition. Demoralization set in, especially in ....

China's Bitter Victory: The War With Japan, 1937-1945 - Google Books

The War With Japan, 1937-1945 James Chieh Hsiung, Steven I. Levine. China attacked Hsinchu Airfield in Taiwan, marking ... mindset of Chinese leaders. Since 1940, the Sino- Japanese front had essentially stabilized. Chiang Kai-shek was ...

China at War - Google Books

Also by 1940, the situation had stabilized, and a third, somewhat quieter, phase began. Although few major battles occurred, there were regular skirmishes in the three-sided conflict that had emerged after 1937.
You keep saying retreat....we retreated from the Philipines....kicked the Japs sideways....retreated at the Bulge....crushed the Nazis.....Hitler says "no retreat".....gets huge forces cut off. You have no clue about military matters.......go watch some manga or whatever Chinese kids do....when faced with unexpected force you consolidate your position and pull back....the inability to do this is why second rate (like Chinese....losingest army ever) get humiliated throughout their sad history. You did help us in WW2 however....Chinese resistance was such a sad joke the Japanese got over-confident.
In the Boxer Rebellion your Eight Nation Alliance forces (Japan, America, Britain, Russia, Austria, France, Italy, Germany) were humiliated at the Seymour Expedition by Qing Imperial troops. When the Qing Imperial army retreated at Tientsin, Yangcun and Beicang, heavy casulaties were inflicted on America and Japanese forces.

Both the American commanding officer Liscum and his flag bearer were killed and the 9th infantry regiment suffered 10% casulaties. The marines under Smedley Butler were ambushed and pinned down by Boxers in a fight outisde Tianjin before the city was taken. The Japanese suffered heavy casulaties at Beicang, and Chinese killed were less than the Eight Nation alliance casulaties at that battle. Butler also witnessed a gruesome suprise when he found corpses of Japanese soldiers in a village.

A Muslim General called Ma Fulu fought in the Boxer rebellion and humiliated the entire eight nation alliance at Langfang and drove them all the way back to Tianjin. His son and grandson Ma Hongbin and Ma Dunjing fought in WW2 against Japan and humiliated the Japanese in Suiyuan. Dealing humiliating blows to the invaders ran in the family.

Ah and our own Taiwanese aboriginals armed with spears and primitive muskets managed to eliminate an entire crew of American sailors and defeat an American military expedition while sufering no casulaties themselves. :cheesy:

Rover incident - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Formosa Expedition - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

We kicked the western imperialists out of Taiwan

Siege of Fort Zeelandia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

And halted them again when they tried to take the island.

Keelung Campaign - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Our aboriginals were as brutal to the French as they were to the Americans. They cut off the heads of French soldiers and put them on display. The french were defeated in their attempts to take Taiwan

The island of Formosa, past and present: History, people, resources, and ... - James Wheeler Davidson - Google Books

"A most unmistakable scene in the market place occurred. Some six heads of Frenchmen, heads of the true French type were exhibited, much to the disgust of foreigners. A few visited the place where they were stuck up, and were glad to leave it—not only on account of the disgusting and barbarous character of the scene, but because tlio surrounding crowd shewed signs of turbulence. At the camp also were eight other Frenchmen's heads, a sight which might have satisfied a savage or a Hill-man, but hardly consistent with the comparatively enlightened tastes, oue would think, of Chinese soldiers even of to-day. It is not known how many of the French were killed and wounded; fourteen left their bodies on shore, and no doubt several wounded were taken back to the ships. (Chinese accounts state that twenty were killed and large numbers wounded.)

Iu the evening Captain Boteler and Consul Frater called on General Sun, remonstrating with him on the subject of cutting heads off, and allowing them to be exhibited. Consul Frater wrote him a despatch on the subject strongly deprecating such practices, aud we understand that the general promised it should not occur again, and orders were at once given to bury the heads. It is difficult for a general even situated as Sun is—having to command troops like the Hillmen, who are the veriost savages in the treatment of their enemies—to prevent such barbarities
"It is said the Chinese buried the dead bodies of the Frenchmen after the engagement on 8th instant by order of General Sun. The Chinese are in possession of a machine gun taken or found on the beach.
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Spurred on by their defeat at Baclé, the French decided to blockade the Chinese island of Taiwan (Formosa). Beginning on 5 August 1884, Admimral Lespes bombarded Taiwan's forts at Jilong (Keelung) Harbor on the northeast coast and destroyed the gun emplacements. However, Liu Mingchuan, a former commander of the Huai Army, successfully defended Jilong against an assault by Admiral Lespes' troops the following day; the French abandoned this attack in the face of the much large Chinese forces
 
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The same army that defeated 20+ nations in Korea is now ready to punish our hostile neighbors like India, Japan and Philippines :yay:
Yet you dare not cross the Taiwan straits out of fear of the USA and cry like a kid when the US sells Taiwan some F-16's. Ha Ha. Btw where is the nuclear tank brigade which you had deployed in Tibet set to roll all the way to Delhi as mentioned in another thread? Hope you call them back before they get hungry.
 

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Chinese can say in Korea war, China backward nation able to force the U.N troop retreat.
 

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READ

Modern China: a guide to a century of change - Graham Hutchings - Google Books




China's Bitter Victory: The War With Japan, 1937-1945 - Google Books




China at War - Google Books





In the Boxer Rebellion your Eight Nation Alliance forces (Japan, America, Britain, Russia, Austria, France, Italy, Germany) were humiliated at the Seymour Expedition by Qing Imperial troops. When the Qing Imperial army retreated at Tientsin, Yangcun and Beicang, heavy casulaties were inflicted on America and Japanese forces.

Both the American commanding officer Liscum and his flag bearer were killed and the 9th infantry regiment suffered 10% casulaties. The marines under Smedley Butler were ambushed and pinned down by Boxers in a fight outisde Tianjin before the city was taken. The Japanese suffered heavy casulaties at Beicang, and Chinese killed were less than the Eight Nation alliance casulaties at that battle. Butler also witnessed a gruesome suprise when he found corpses of Japanese soldiers in a village.

A Muslim General called Ma Fulu fought in the Boxer rebellion and humiliated the entire eight nation alliance at Langfang and drove them all the way back to Tianjin. His son and grandson Ma Hongbin and Ma Dunjing fought in WW2 against Japan and humiliated the Japanese in Suiyuan. Dealing humiliating blows to the invaders ran in the family.

Ah and our own Taiwanese aboriginals armed with spears and primitive muskets managed to eliminate an entire crew of American sailors and defeat an American military expedition while sufering no casulaties themselves. :cheesy:

Rover incident - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Formosa Expedition - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

We kicked the western imperialists out of Taiwan

Siege of Fort Zeelandia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

And halted them again when they tried to take the island.

Keelung Campaign - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Our aboriginals were as brutal to the French as they were to the Americans. They cut off the heads of French soldiers and put them on display. The french were defeated in their attempts to take Taiwan

The island of Formosa, past and present: History, people, resources, and ... - James Wheeler Davidson - Google Books



Modern Chinese Warfare, 1795-1989 - Bruce A. Elleman - Google Books
Will give you this....don't hear much about those in the US....but you probably aren't all that familiar with the new Mexico salt wars. (ps...read about the rover incident....killing ship-wrecked civilians is a littttle different than facing soldiers.)
 
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Formosa Expedition - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

We kicked the western imperialists out of Taiwan[/url]
Ha Ha poor China Boy has not read about the Battle of Kinmen

Battle[edit]

October 25, 1949[edit]

At around 01:30 on October 25, 1949, a Nationalist patrol accidentally set off one of the mines. The blast alerted other units all along the northern shore and the PLA's quiet approach to Kinmen was compromised. Immediately, flares were fired into the air by ROC troops, which brightly illuminated the PLA's fleet and gave the Nationalists clear shots at the former. Later at about 02:00 when the tide had begun to recede, PLA troops from regiments 244, 251, and 253 landed on the north side of Greater Quemoy Island at Guningtou (古寧頭), Huwei (湖尾), and Longkou (壟口). Regiment 244 was the first ashore landing near Lungkou where Nationalist defenders raked them with machine-gun fire, artillery, and mortars. They suffered heavy casualties. Regiments 251 and 253 fared better, landing near Guningtou and Huwei respectively where they broke through ROC defenses and continued to head inland. Arriving at high tide, many of the PLA landing vessels became caught on submerged anti-amphibious landing beach obstacles and immobilized. When the tide went out, the PLA landing vessels became beached and were unable to return to the mainland to transport the second wave of reinforcements. Although these Communists were initially supported by artillery fire from the mainland, it had to cease firing once the infantry disembarked. Some of the troops, stranded in their vulnerable landing craft still far from shore, had to swim or wade some 650 yards in order to reach it, rendering them also sitting ducks for the defenders. The beached PLA vessels were destroyed shortly afterwards by gunfire from two ROC Navy vessels patrolling off the northwest coast of Guningtou, as well as by ROC troops who burned the mostly wooden boats using flamethrowers, grenades, gasoline and oil.

The advancing PLA forces were met by the ROC 18th Army and US-made M5A1 tanks of ROC 1st Bn, 3rd Tank Regiment. PLA Regiment 244 held high ground at Shuangru Hill (雙乳山), but were beaten back by ROC armor by early morning. PLA Regiment 253 holding Guanyin Hill (觀音山) and the Huwei Highlands (湖尾高地) were also forced to fall back by 12:00 after an overwhelming ROC counterattack of infantry, tanks, some soldiers with flamethrowers to burn the PLA ships. They were also supported by mortars and artillery.The PLA troops were attacked from three sides. PLA Regiment 251 managed to break out of an ROC encirclement and entered the village of Guningtou, and dug in at Lincuo (林厝). Shortly afterwards, Regiment 251 was attacked by the ROC 14th and 118th divisions, with the ROC 118th division suffering heavy casualties. By the end of the day, the PLA had lost its beachheads at Huwei and Lungkou.

October 26, 1949[edit]

At 03:00 on October 26, around 1,000 troops in 4 companies from PLA Regiment 246 and the 85th division landed on Quemoy to reinforce PLA forces already on the island landing again at Huwei and Guningtou. At dawn, Regiment 246 managed to break through ROC forces surrounding the village of Guningtou, making a rendezvous with the surviving PLA troops holed up in the town. At 06:30, the ROC 118th division launched a counterattack along the northern coast on PLA forces in Guningtou at Lincuo. The resulting battle was extremely bloody and soon turned into urban warfare in the streets and alleyways of Guningtou. With air support from American-made B-26 and B-25 bombers of the ROC Air Force, ROC forces eventually prevailed, taking Lincuo by noon and Nanshan (南山) at 3PM. Surviving PLA forces began falling back to the coast.

October 27, 1949[edit]

By the early morning of October 27, the surviving and desperately hungry PLA forces had exhausted their food and ammunition. 1,300 PLA troops retreated to the beaches north of Guningtou. After a final ROC assault, the remaining PLA troops surrendered to ROC forces at 10:00 on October 27. All of the PLA troops who had landed on Quemoy were effectively lost.

Aftermath[edit]

Following the failure at Guningtou, PLA General Ye Fei submitted an official apology to Mao Zedong asking to be punished for his failure. General Ye attributed the failure of the operation to three factors: An insufficient number of landing vessels, failure to properly secure the beachheads, and the lack of an overall commanding officer to oversee the three regiments involved in the first wave. As Ye was one of Mao's favorite generals, Mao never took any action against him.

For ROC forces accustomed to defeat after defeat against the PLA while fighting on the mainland, the victory at Guningtou provided a much needed morale boost. The failure of the PRC to take Quemoy effectively halted its advance towards Taiwan. With the outbreak of the Korean War in 1950 and the signing of the US-ROC Mutual Defense Treaty, the PRC's plans for the assault on Taiwan were put on hold.

Due to its defeat, the Battle of Guningtou was not widely publicized in the PRC until recently with the publication of articles within the PLA examining reasons for its failure due to lack of amphibious landing experience, not enough landing crafts, no armor or anti-armor ability, and expecting to win the battle after one day of fighting and therefore not bringing enough ammo, supplies and water with the first wave.[5] The battle is seen as being highly significant in Taiwan as it laid the foundation for the current status quo between mainland China and Taiwan.
 

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This english boi Always Neutral apparently does not know a flying crap about Taiwan. Chiang Kai-shek arrested Sun Liren on charges of collaborating with the CIA to help America take over Taiwan and make it an independent country (which would replace the ROC administration). He and Dai Li (spymaster of the ROC) had severe problems with the American OSS and its succesor the CIA and the OSS was even accused to assasinating Dai Li. We had political commisars in our military in Taiwan. Our military was nothing like South Korea or the Philippines which were entirely based on the American system.

Some of the Generals and the sons of Generals who fought against western imperialists including America and Britain and Japan in the Boxer Rebellion, like Ma Fuxiang and Ma Fulu's family later served in the ROC armed forces in WW2 and went to Taiwan.

Chiang forced France to surrender all of its concessions in China after WW2.

Chiang also hated Britain and despised Winston Churchill. From the start when he took power and forced Britain to gie up the Hankou concession to World War 2 he always had big problems with Britain. He raised the issue of the disputed Kachin state in British Burma and rubbed salt in Churchill's face by meeting with Gandhi, go read "Madame Chiang Kai-Shek: China's Eternal First Lady" by Laura Tyson Li.

And by the way, Taiwan still claims south tibet (arunachal pradesh).

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/c0/ROC_Administrative_and_Claims.svg

Chiang also supported the Khamba tibetan revolutionary Pandatsang Rapga and the Tibet Improvement Party against the British backed Dalai Lama.

If you think we love western imperialism in any way you are living in a parallel universe. We know where we came from, 98% of Taiwan's population is Han chinese and even independence activists know their ancestral village in China.

Finding their Chinese ?roots?

Ha Ha poor China Boy has not read about the Battle of Kinmen

Battle[edit]

October 25, 1949[edit]

At around 01:30 on October 25, 1949, a Nationalist patrol accidentally set off one of the mines. The blast alerted other units all along the northern shore and the PLA's quiet approach to Kinmen was compromised. Immediately, flares were fired into the air by ROC troops, which brightly illuminated the PLA's fleet and gave the Nationalists clear shots at the former. Later at about 02:00 when the tide had begun to recede, PLA troops from regiments 244, 251, and 253 landed on the north side of Greater Quemoy Island at Guningtou (古寧頭), Huwei (湖尾), and Longkou (壟口). Regiment 244 was the first ashore landing near Lungkou where Nationalist defenders raked them with machine-gun fire, artillery, and mortars. They suffered heavy casualties. Regiments 251 and 253 fared better, landing near Guningtou and Huwei respectively where they broke through ROC defenses and continued to head inland. Arriving at high tide, many of the PLA landing vessels became caught on submerged anti-amphibious landing beach obstacles and immobilized. When the tide went out, the PLA landing vessels became beached and were unable to return to the mainland to transport the second wave of reinforcements. Although these Communists were initially supported by artillery fire from the mainland, it had to cease firing once the infantry disembarked. Some of the troops, stranded in their vulnerable landing craft still far from shore, had to swim or wade some 650 yards in order to reach it, rendering them also sitting ducks for the defenders. The beached PLA vessels were destroyed shortly afterwards by gunfire from two ROC Navy vessels patrolling off the northwest coast of Guningtou, as well as by ROC troops who burned the mostly wooden boats using flamethrowers, grenades, gasoline and oil.

The advancing PLA forces were met by the ROC 18th Army and US-made M5A1 tanks of ROC 1st Bn, 3rd Tank Regiment. PLA Regiment 244 held high ground at Shuangru Hill (雙乳山), but were beaten back by ROC armor by early morning. PLA Regiment 253 holding Guanyin Hill (觀音山) and the Huwei Highlands (湖尾高地) were also forced to fall back by 12:00 after an overwhelming ROC counterattack of infantry, tanks, some soldiers with flamethrowers to burn the PLA ships. They were also supported by mortars and artillery.The PLA troops were attacked from three sides. PLA Regiment 251 managed to break out of an ROC encirclement and entered the village of Guningtou, and dug in at Lincuo (林厝). Shortly afterwards, Regiment 251 was attacked by the ROC 14th and 118th divisions, with the ROC 118th division suffering heavy casualties. By the end of the day, the PLA had lost its beachheads at Huwei and Lungkou.

October 26, 1949[edit]

At 03:00 on October 26, around 1,000 troops in 4 companies from PLA Regiment 246 and the 85th division landed on Quemoy to reinforce PLA forces already on the island landing again at Huwei and Guningtou. At dawn, Regiment 246 managed to break through ROC forces surrounding the village of Guningtou, making a rendezvous with the surviving PLA troops holed up in the town. At 06:30, the ROC 118th division launched a counterattack along the northern coast on PLA forces in Guningtou at Lincuo. The resulting battle was extremely bloody and soon turned into urban warfare in the streets and alleyways of Guningtou. With air support from American-made B-26 and B-25 bombers of the ROC Air Force, ROC forces eventually prevailed, taking Lincuo by noon and Nanshan (南山) at 3PM. Surviving PLA forces began falling back to the coast.

October 27, 1949[edit]

By the early morning of October 27, the surviving and desperately hungry PLA forces had exhausted their food and ammunition. 1,300 PLA troops retreated to the beaches north of Guningtou. After a final ROC assault, the remaining PLA troops surrendered to ROC forces at 10:00 on October 27. All of the PLA troops who had landed on Quemoy were effectively lost.

Aftermath[edit]

Following the failure at Guningtou, PLA General Ye Fei submitted an official apology to Mao Zedong asking to be punished for his failure. General Ye attributed the failure of the operation to three factors: An insufficient number of landing vessels, failure to properly secure the beachheads, and the lack of an overall commanding officer to oversee the three regiments involved in the first wave. As Ye was one of Mao's favorite generals, Mao never took any action against him.

For ROC forces accustomed to defeat after defeat against the PLA while fighting on the mainland, the victory at Guningtou provided a much needed morale boost. The failure of the PRC to take Quemoy effectively halted its advance towards Taiwan. With the outbreak of the Korean War in 1950 and the signing of the US-ROC Mutual Defense Treaty, the PRC's plans for the assault on Taiwan were put on hold.

Due to its defeat, the Battle of Guningtou was not widely publicized in the PRC until recently with the publication of articles within the PLA examining reasons for its failure due to lack of amphibious landing experience, not enough landing crafts, no armor or anti-armor ability, and expecting to win the battle after one day of fighting and therefore not bringing enough ammo, supplies and water with the first wave.[5] The battle is seen as being highly significant in Taiwan as it laid the foundation for the current status quo between mainland China and Taiwan.
 

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But despite all of that china didnt defeat the US it was a draw because north and south korea exist and no one kicked the other ones *** much.
 

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Yet you dare not cross the Taiwan straits out of fear of the USA and cry like a kid when the US sells Taiwan some F-16's. Ha Ha. Btw where is the nuclear tank brigade which you had deployed in Tibet set to roll all the way to Delhi as mentioned in another thread? Hope you call them back before they get hungry.
China already controls Taiwan. Taiwan is so terrified of China they re-elected the pro-Chinese president in 2012 :rofl:
 
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China already controls Taiwan. Taiwan is so terrified of China they re-elected the pro-Chinese president in 2012 :rofl:
Yet you are too scared to send your nuclear brigade from Tibet to Taiwan for a visit.

Yet you have taken no revenge for the battle of Kinmen.

http://en.rian.ru/world/20110922/167024335.html

POOR HONGWU

China expressed its "strong indignation and resolute opposition" to the new round of U.S. arms sales to Taiwan, Xinhua said on Thursday.

I can understand a small Island like Taiwan tells china to **** off and all china can do is fire some missiles guess why big daddy USA is watching over Taiwan.
 

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China already controls Taiwan. Taiwan is so terrified of China they re-elected the pro-Chinese president in 2012 :rofl:
Yet you are too scared to send your nuclear brigade from Tibet to Taiwan for a visit.

Yet you have taken no revenge for the battle of Kinmen.

China protests against U.S. arms sales to Taiwan | World | RIA Novosti

POOR HONGWU

China expressed its "strong indignation and resolute opposition" to the new round of U.S. arms sales to Taiwan, Xinhua said on Thursday.

I can understand a small Island like Taiwan tells china to **** off and all china can do is fire some missiles guess why big daddy USA is watching over Taiwan.
We are Chinese and do not need intimidation from any power to tell us what to do. However Britain has been a good lapdog of America for the past 60 years and Britain still hosts American military bases and has followed America in all of its recent military engagements like a loyal servant.
 

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