#The older Taiwanese can still remember how the Japanese invaded China and Taiwan. The Japanese occupied Taiwan for 50 years from 1895 – 1945 and renamed it Formosa. When the Japanese were defeated in the World War II, Taiwan was placed under the governance of the Republic of China (ROC), ruled by the Kuomintang (KMT), on 25 October 1945.#
More the older and younger Taiwanese remember how the CCP invaded their peoples after CCP ruling the China from 1949 till now, even the old and younger Chinese also knew that the CCP how to force and control them, but they can't fight with Tank and bullets.
Now Taiwan is a freedom country, nobody like to turn back as communist's policy, unless the people who can have benefits from CCP.
i feel chance and more humane approach is peaceful reunification like what happened between East and West Germany..We need to note that there was a pro China party in Taiwan...but it got deciminated....and the country now is almost completely under the influence of a democracy oriented party.. Reasons are simple - what is happening in HK and Xinjiang scared the shit out of the Taiwanese..Another point: if the people of Taiwan actually want to unite with PRC, you know it, the US or any other power will not be able to stop it....By the way do you know why most people in China do not have a brother/sister or uncle/aunty...?..Count our blessings
Taiwan is part of China, this is the undeniable history fact. Taiwan need to talk to China on the future of China-Taiwan relationship and not be misled by US to declared independent in the hope that US will come to the aid of Taiwan if China used force to unify Taiwan.
The Portuguese named it Formosa - The strong one. They had a fort there. It was also occupied by Koxinga (Zheng Chenggong) a Ming Dynasty loyalist after the Manchu overthrow. Unfortunately the new generation feels nothing for China - just like the vast majority of Chinese Malaysians who consider they belong here. China is only a land of opportunity for the business-minded.
I do consider Taiwan to be part of China and that there should be reunification one day. [If the island wasn't part of the mainland how could Generalissimo Chiang Kai Shek occupy it so easily and then called the island (together with China) as the Republic of China?] However politicians will always take advantage for themselves. How many realise that CKS refused reparations from Japan for the 10 years of invasion and war? In politics, whether autocratic or a democratic, individual and party loyalties can be ill-defined and open to corruption. There is no such thing as a single-minded purpose in nation building. This is Taiwan's main problem.
Haha i3lurker, I think Africa has very strong claim to every countries in this world.
Studies show that the pre-modern migration of human populations begins with the movement of Homo erectus out of Africa across Eurasia about 1.75 million years ago. Homo sapiens appears to have occupied all of Africa about 150,000 years ago; some members of this species moved out of Africa 70,000 years ago (or, according to more recent studies, as early as 125,000 years ago into Asia, and even as early as 270,000 years ago). It is suggested that modern non-African populations descend mostly from a later migration out of Africa between 70,000 and 50,000 years ago, which spread across Australia, Asia and Europe by 40,000 BCE
If say Taiwan is part of China...I think more suitable to say China is part of Taiwan before CCP ruling the mainland, don't forget that China never ruling in Taiwan even 1 day and didn't have any contract between gov Republic Of China and People Republic Of China. If China claim Taiwan is part of China then China should act in 72 years ago. Some time what the real history also will mislead. Remember that, When CCP ruling is not change gov, is change the rule and become a new country, don't let they use back the SAME name 'CHINA' misleading.
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