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Benjamin at 2010-10-25 21:11:44   IP:203.212.128.★
While China has an abundance of traditional culture, its position is only secondary in positively influencing other nations. As seen by Japan and South Korea, it is their contemporary, popular culture that makes them attractive -- which in turn promotes traditional culture through that initial interest.
Japan started with cartoons and video games. Korea, with television shows and now music. But China"s focus on traditional culture does nothing to attract the youth of foreign countries. And they... (More details.)
elenore at 2010-03-16 01:08:30   IP:68.43.204.★
The only reason people read a Chinese newspaper is to hear the fantastical stories you write about your selves and others.The sad part is their is a lot of ignorance about the Chinese people as well as Chinese views about others because their is no direct dialog for every day people in China with others from other nations.That"s the saddest part.People really don"t want to hear from your government And people don"t trust bloggers because they think they are ones being paid by your government.abo... (More details.)
Robert at 2010-03-13 21:48:18   IP:121.218.96.★
Soft power wilts when you invite foreign authors to your book fairs then un-invite them because they have HIV.
soft power at 2010-03-12 21:50:36   IP:173.19.85.★
China can improve its soft power by speaking English like the Germans.
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