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Ever since the Opium Wars the Chinese have been searching for ways to make China strong There have been many suggestions some say democracy is the path to greatness and others say education or culture and so on and so forth Some argue that all of the above suggestions are mistaken and believe in Saving a country through knowing to make stuff That is if there are things other countries can build we should also learn to how to build them and should start building them If others know how to build jetliners we should also know how to build jetliners If others know how to build computers we should also know how to build computers Why did the Japanese become so strong they ask Mainly because the Japanese paid attention to building things They didnt really pay attention to science or democracy They only cared about how to build things Of course Science is the foundation for building things but scientific principles are different from technological expertises The first are open to the world the latter is protected in secrecy When the Nationalists came to power in China in 1927 they had a relatively stable period and tried to develop the economy However they did not pay attention to building things But when the Communists took over in 1949 in 20 years time they figured out how to built cars airplanes tanks atomic bomb satellites freight ships particle accelerators through the exploitation and suffering of their people In addition they were able to build all of those under economic sanctions by the world In addition thats a critical reason why the US decided to pay more attention to China Unlike the Communists the Nationalists in the 20s did not want to spend time to figure out how to build stuff instead they bought that stuff from countries that already know how to build them This is like someone who copies others homework instead of
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