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Q: How about old unpaid debt of China?


So you want Taiwan to kneel, by the way, they owe us about 2 trillion dollars including interests, are you going to pay

the debt also.



Well, well, well, cough, cough, cough,




Beijing maintains Taiwan is part of China, and under international law, successor governments are responsible for the debts of their predecessors.

45 weeks 4 days ago in  Culture - China

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Trump is a great salesman, selling old technology for future problems after he is gone.

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