view from jiangsu wrote:The social unrest of the Dynastic periods, particularly the last, and the people's evolution into the "post Dynasty-style of government" brings with it the same unknowing as well as pernicious vulnerability and fear, so obvious in the previous feudal systems of China. As 1.3 billion people are vastly uneducated,at least to any "functional" point of governmental knowledge, the tools for change are incredibly limited. That is enhanced and "enforced" by the actions of those who develope the new "relationships", but hoard the benefit of such "alliances" formed out of leadership. To that end I am not really so amazed that in such a large population, with such fierce competition typically seen elsewhere in the world for "goods and services", that we do not see a large trend toward violence (sic) as we have known to exist in all other civilizations known to mankind. Today, the education that is provided in the "new" China is so limited and carefully crafted that no one person receives any "dangerous" proportion of knowledge, thus assuring the perpetuity of "traditional" lifestyles (and hygenic practices).
Guest wrote:Guest wrote:toilet! let me repeat, the toilet is the worst!!!!! especially those public ones where you have to crouch. my legs hurts!!
If it were the sitting type trust me you'd be even less inclined to use it.
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