Talk:People's Republic of China

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I merged the "China" article into this one. Better form and no point in having 2 articles.--Elamdri 01:59, 10 April 2007 (EDT)

You have got to be joking. This infantile 1 page drivel is the result of "merging" 2 articles? And you go to University??!! Where you do politics and philosophy. You could write everything about China here on a single lavatory tile.
All you have done is deleted my excellent critique of this mess. You should stop any 12 year old in the street and give him $10 and he/she will do better than this. --MylesP 19:59, 12 April 2007 (EDT)

Doesn't the PRC refer to Taiwan? Man, it's confusing. GodlessLiberal 15:08, 29 April 2007 (EDT)

Nevermind. Should there be some sort of clarification in this article about the PRC/ROC naming debate? Like, how each got its name during the Chinese Civil War? GodlessLiberal 15:09, 29 April 2007 (EDT)
The Chinese claim Taiwan, but Taiwan claims independence and the US backs it.--Elamdri 02:36, 1 May 2007 (EDT)
The US definitely does not back Taiwan, and Taiwan does not claim independence. Actually, Taiwanese independence is one of the 4 noes - si bu - that the administration on Taiwan promise not to ever claim so long as the PRC doesn't threaten the ROC. And in fact, the Republic of China claims the whole of mainland China, as well as Tibet AND the republic of Mongolia, which is not claimed by the PRC. By the way, there are also several kinds of concept called "Taiwanese independence".
- that is complete nonsense.

About History I think That we should have much more including a list of dynasties (it would be really nice if we could have a section about each one). Also the amount of space we give to each article is not at all even we should have a link to another article talking about the Leader and much more about the Government in General. Lord Ration

Skull

isn't it anti-conservapedia to have pictures of human fossils in articles, since it relates to evolution and whatnot? and what is the relevance of a skull in an artile about china? -Sundance

Number of Muslims?

If anyone has a citation for the number of Muslims in China, then a reliable, cited estimate of that number would be welcome. But not without a citation.--TerryHTalk 19:52, 9 October 2008 (EDT)

Liberal Vandalism

It seems that some people have managed to insert liberal bias into the article. For example, why does so much of the article present China as though it is an increasingly prosperous nation? What about the human rights issues? What about the fact that nothing has changed the fact that the nation is essentially morally bankrupt and that this situation will not change in the foreseeable future? Handels584 08:30, 28 October 2008 (EDT)

rename to China

Unless there are objections I propose to reannme the article "China." We want our readers to refer to the place as "China" and not to the people's Republic of China, which makes Communist rule too normal. RJJensen 08:53, 26 March 2009 (EDT)