In late 1974, the ABC Channel in the US broadcast a series of children’s cartoons that reduced Chinese people to a satirical dog, and Chinese
(Research and Translation by Adrian Chan-Wyles PhD) Choi Yeong-Eui was very much the product of Japanese imperialism and colonial domination of Korea prior to WWII.
“Eternal glory to the great Soviet Army that liberated the Korean people from the yoke of Japanese militarists, and opened the way to freedom and independence.”
As far as Mainland China is concerned, the Taiwanese Communist Party still exists, and the people of Taiwan are encouraged to group together and form study groups, whilst preparing to liberate this part of China from foreign, capitalist domination.
This has created a situation whereby ‘Chinese’ history and culture has been inadequately interpreted by one culture (i.e. the ‘West’), through the erroneous scholarship of another (i.e. ‘Japan’), which is compounded by the fact that neither the West nor Japan are willing to admit the errors they have made…