China’s “Century of Humiliation” & US-Chinese Tensions Today w/Carl Zha

This is a long, but extremely informative explanation of China’s “Century of Humiliation” and will leave no doubt in your mind as to why China wants a unified society and a powerful military.

Historian Carl Zha of the Silk & Steel podcast joins me to talk about China’s “Century of Humiliation” at the hands of Western powers and how it connects directly to US-Chinese tensions today.

– How the US has repeatedly made treaties and agreements with China only to betray them when US interests demand;

– The West’s historical use of Hong Kong and Taiwan as hubs to destabilize and dominate over the rest of China; – The historical use by the West of China for cheap labor and for markets to exploit;

– The threat China faced for lacking a strong military and a unified population;

– The clear motivations China has for a military and political system used to protect itself from further interference and exploitation;


Carl Zha on Twitter:

CNBC – Biden objects to China’s ‘aggressive’ approach to Taiwan in three-hour meeting with Xi:…

Voice of America – US Nearly Doubled Military Personnel Stationed in Taiwan This Year (December 2021):…

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