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导致1894年甲午大海战战败的原因在今天的中国仍然存在】环球时报专访师永刚新书《首败  

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heir earthquake disaster earlier this year still fresh in peoples minds. It has nonetheless attracted much attention and discussion. According to Shi, most Chinese hold both hatred and misunderstanding toward Japan, while the Japanese are contemptuous of China. Both Japanese and Chinese respect winners. Yet the Chinese have no right to hate Japan but should instead learn from [the war] first, because China may no
heir earthquake disaster earlier this year still fresh in peoples minds. It has nonetheless attracted much attention and discussion. According to Shi, most Chinese hold both hatred and misunderstanding toward Japan, while the Japanese are contemptuous of China. Both Japanese and Chinese respect winners. Yet the Chinese have no right to hate Japan but should instead learn from [the war] first, because China may no Home >> Life&Art >> heir earthquake disaster earlier this year still fresh in peoples minds. It has nonetheless attracted much attention and discussion. According to Shi, most Chinese hold both hatred and misunderstanding toward Japan, while the Japanese are contemptuous of China. Both Japanese and Chinese respect winners. Yet the Chinese have no right to hate Japan but should instead learn from [the war] first, because China may noArts

National flaws that led to 1895 defeat to Japan still exist today

    Home>>Life&Art>>Arts National flaws that led to 1895 defeat to Japan still exist today Source: Global Times [08:53 May 17 2011] Comments Cover ofThe Original Defeat. The China model This year is the 100th anniversary of the Revolution of 1911. The roots of the Qing defeat go right back to this subject, Shi believes. The Opium Wars didnt bring an end to the Qing Dynasty; the Jiawu War, t
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heir earthquake disaster earlier this year still fresh in peoples minds. It has nonetheless attracted much attention and discussion. According to Shi, most Chinese hold both hatred and misunderstanding toward Japan, while the Japanese are contemptuous of China. Both Japanese and Chinese respect winners. Yet the Chinese have no right to hate Japan but should instead learn from [the war] first, because China may no
Cover of t be able to win a war over Japan today. We should be most cautious when the China model is hailed as successful and the advantages of our system reaches its peak… [then] its time to see the opposite side. A sense of crisis is needed, Shi avers. We are not that powerful just because we have a little money. Most people are overwhelmed by self-satisfaction and over-confidence in China. ? back123next ?The Original Defeat.
 he first huge defeat, did. Japans modernized navy decimated the fragmented Qing fleet in a series of naval skirmishes that fractured the country far more deeply than either the Opium Wars or the Anglo-French invasion of 1860, historians believe. The book tries to explain why Chinas modernization process was forcibly interrupted by Japan twice and why the Japanese regarded defeating China as a way of breaking away
  
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heir earthquake disaster earlier this year still fresh in peoples minds. It has nonetheless attracted much attention and discussion. According to Shi, most Chinese hold both hatred and misunderstanding toward Japan, while the Japanese are contemptuous of China. Both Japanese and Chinese respect winners. Yet the Chinese have no right to hate Japan but should instead learn from [the war] first, because China may no
This year is the 100th anniversary of the Revolution of 1911. The roots of the Qing defeat go right back to this subject, Shi believes. "The Opium Wars didn't bring an end to the Qing Dynasty; the Jiawu War, the first huge defeat, did." 

Japan's modernized navy decimated the fragmented Qing fleet in a series of naval skirmishes that fractured the country far more deeply than either the Opium Wars or the Anglo-French invasion of 1860, historians believe.  from Asia and keeping up with Europe, asking if China should learn from Japan today. As the 120th anniversary of the Jiawu War nears this year, we want to highlight what kind of attitude should the Chinese hold on the defeat and its connection with todays China. The book is being published during a period of relative calm for the Sino-Japanese relationship, with Chinas aid to Japan and the Japanese response to t

The book tries to explain why China's modernization process was forcibly interrupted by Japan twice and why the Japanese regarded defeating China as a way of breaking away from Asia and keeping up with Europe, asking if China should learn from Japan today. 
heir earthquake disaster earlier this year still fresh in peoples minds. It has nonetheless attracted much attention and discussion. According to Shi, most Chinese hold both hatred and misunderstanding toward Japan, while the Japanese are contemptuous of China. Both Japanese and Chinese respect winners. Yet the Chinese have no right to hate Japan but should instead learn from [the war] first, because China may no
"As the 120th anniversary of the Jiawu War nears this year, we want to highlight what kind of attitude should the Chinese hold on the defeat and its connection with today's China." 

 The book is being published during a period of relative calm for the Sino-Japanese relationship, with China's aid to Japan and the Japanese response to their earthquake disaster earlier this year still fresh in people's minds. It has nonetheless attracted much attention and discussion.heir earthquake disaster earlier this year still fresh in peoples minds. It has nonetheless attracted much attention and discussion. According to Shi, most Chinese hold both hatred and misunderstanding toward Japan, while the Japanese are contemptuous of China. Both Japanese and Chinese respect winners. Yet the Chinese have no right to hate Japan but should instead learn from [the war] first, because China may no

According to Shi, most Chinese hold both hatred and misunderstanding toward Japan, while the Japanese are contemptuous of China. 
t be able to win a war over Japan today. We should be most cautious when the China model is hailed as successful and the advantages of our system reaches its peak… [then] its time to see the opposite side. A sense of crisis is needed, Shi avers. We are not that powerful just because we have a little money. Most people are overwhelmed by self-satisfaction and over-confidence in China. ? back123next ?
"Both Japanese and Chinese respect winners. Yet the Chinese have no 'right' to hate Japan but should instead learn from [the war] first, because China may not be able to win a war over Japan today.

"We should be most cautious when the 'China model' is hailed as successful and the advantages of our system reaches its peak… [then] it's time to see the opposite side." from Asia and keeping up with Europe, asking if China should learn from Japan today. As the 120th anniversary of the Jiawu War nears this year, we want to highlight what kind of attitude should the Chinese hold on the defeat and its connection with todays China. The book is being published during a period of relative calm for the Sino-Japanese relationship, with Chinas aid to Japan and the Japanese response to t

A sense of crisis is needed, Shi avers. "We are not that powerful just because we have a little money. Most people are overwhelmed by self-satisfaction and over-confidence in China." 

he first huge defeat, did. Japans modernized navy decimated the fragmented Qing fleet in a series of naval skirmishes that fractured the country far more deeply than either the Opium Wars or the Anglo-French invasion of 1860, historians believe. The book tries to explain why Chinas modernization process was forcibly interrupted by Japan twice and why the Japanese regarded defeating China as a way of breaking away ? back 1  2  3  Home>>Life&Art>>Arts National flaws that led to 1895 defeat to Japan still exist today Source: Global Times [08:53 May 17 2011] Comments Cover ofThe Original Defeat. The China model This year is the 100th anniversary of the Revolution of 1911. The roots of the Qing defeat go right back to this subject, Shi believes. The Opium Wars didnt bring an end to the Qing Dynasty; the Jiawu War, tnext ? Home>>Life&Art>>Arts National flaws that led to 1895 defeat to Japan still exist today Source: Global Times [08:53 May 17 2011] Comments Cover ofThe Original Defeat. The China model This year is the 100th anniversary of the Revolution of 1911. The roots of the Qing defeat go right back to this subject, Shi believes. The Opium Wars didnt bring an end to the Qing Dynasty; the Jiawu War, t导致1894年甲午大海战战败的原因在今天的中国仍然存在】环球时报专访师永刚新书《首败 - 师永刚 - 师永刚

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