A question that has been revolving around the world nowadays is, why help China? By asking why help China, it doesn’t (and shouldn’t) mean helping the People’s Republic of China; instead, it means helping the Republic of China.
There are two different Chinas; perhaps you have never heard of this before. One is called the People’s Republic of China and the other is called the Republic of China. China has been founded (as a civilization and a race) for a rather long time; there were different era names as China became more discernible. In 221BC, the first dynasty was founded; it was named after Qin Shi Huang (the first emperor of China, etymologically based on the word Qin). The Qin dynasty was one of the most powerful kingdoms in the Orient.
The Republic of China was founded in 1911 by Dr. Sun Yat-sen. During this period of time, China was a relatively wonderful country (as could be attested to by the fact of a mass expatriate presence in cities such as Shanghai and Nanking), with an impressive governing system. Most importantly, China was not at this time governed by a ruthless leader. Tragically, the power of the Republic of China slowly diminished after Sun Yat-sen’s death. Communists took over mainland China piece by piece; by the year 1949, the Republic of China had shrunk to a size of a small island also known as Taiwan. Today, the Taiwanese are still proud to be holding up the flag of the Republic of China. They hope that one day they could reclaim the land that first belonged to them.
I think we should really help. If the Republic of China were to take back mainland China, people currently living in mainland China would have a better future and most importantly they would have a better lifestyle (in terms of civil liberties and participation in government). I believe that the Republic of China can also help Israel from attacks that have been going on for years. I do not hope for the People’s Republic of China to continue ruling mainland China; it is destroying other countries in very distressing ways such as helping the Arabs to bomb Israel and hoping that once the Muslims come to rule that region of the world, they could exert joint control with the Communists over the masses from East to the Middle East.
We could help the people by first teaching the young ones the exact history of mainland China and even go in-depth in describing the differences between the Democrats and Republicans. Once children get access to these kinds of information, they would know to help which China, the People’s Republic of China, or the Republic of China. By filling Chinese minds with the history of how their country first became and who is doing the right thing, the Republic of China could be back in control of mainland China in no time. Although it might take some time first, sooner or later, they would know the dark secret of the Communists and most importantly what the People’s Republic of China had been preventing them from learning, such as the existence of the Republic of China, by destroying everything that was related to the nation itself.
Qiu Yong-hao, Chinese and Malaysian, is working towards becoming a commercial pilot and will be applying to Indiana University and Purdue University Indianapolis in the fall of 2021. He is also an avid athlete, achieving multiple awards such as a Raffles Campus institutional gold medal for freestyle, a silver medal for backstroke, and involving different activities such as the high jump, the long jump and javelin throws. Qiu hopes the Republicans can use policies to influence the Democrats to be moral.