This makes a lot of sense. Worth a read
by tonytran2015 (Melbourne, Australia).
#Chinese expansionism, #China, #expansion, #war, #US, #Japan.
This blog explains to Westerners the politics of East Asia which seems incomprehensible to them but not that incomprehensible to East Asians.
1. Origin of policy of Forever Expanding.
Since Han’s time (200+ BC), at his Coronation, every Emperor of China must swear to forever expand the territories of the Chinese Empire (in direct contrast to the pleadge of non-aggression of Western Empires).
The Forever Expanding policy is called Silkworms Eating the Berry Leaves since the Qin Dynasty (preceding the Han Dynasty) (see reference ).
The vast area of current China is the result of such Forever Expanding policy starting from a Zhou dynasty (1046BC-256BC) with an area only comparable to Japan.
2. Methods of upholding the pledge.
2a. The Chinese Emperor is expected to carry out overt aggression on any unprepared neighbour. No causis bellum is required. There…
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