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Communist China Anniversary

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    I think the way the article is written is horribly biased. Honestly I don't care if they decide to carry through with it. It's red lights on a building for goodness sake.
     
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    I suppose it is fine, but if I was China I wouldnt appreciate a gift that cost nothing.
     
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    China is only communist in name. The main focus of the government the past few decades has been GDP. Having visited China often, and knowing the culture, I wouldn't make a big deal of it.

    Also, it would be a good idea not to offend 1.4 billion people. Even if we stereotypically avoid conflict.
     
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    Nice. China could be a big threat to the U.S.A. if people keep egging them on to war. It's actions like these that help to bring nations together.

    The USA has always been rather Pro-Kuomintang and Anti-Communism, celebrating chinas revolution is a rather big step forward, and this time it's not in words which are free, but in lighting up an American monument.

    I Salute Thee.


    Utter fool. Red isn't a Communist Colour. Just a few months ago they were fighting it out over the Red and Blue. Red also means Republican.

    Of course, then the Politicians go ahead and ruin what could be a good step forward for international relations and the diffusing of a ticking bomb.
     
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    I don't agree with communism, but I don't see why they can'ts celebrate it. It sounds fine to me.
     
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    More correctly, red isn't just a Communist color. Besides, the colors on the Empire State Building were red and yellow, meant to evoke the Chinese flag, not its Communism.
     
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    Yeah, but I was replying to a specific quote that said red was the colour of communism.
     
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