Were Americans not engaged with Japanese in the Pacific Theater, China would have been conquered.
The 8-year anti-Japanese war finally ended with loss of life of millions of Chinese civilians.
Today, after more than 3 score years, this bloody and agonizing history can only be learned in textbooks for most people.
建中 fellows have long realized that patriotism alone is not enough to defend a country, the motherland or its livestock from aggressors and the technology has to be built atop patriotism.
Therefore, 建中猛將s are developing the following weaponry –
Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
Joint Strike Fighters
High-power directed-energy weapons
Joint Attack Munitions System
Laser-Guided Smart Bombs
Future Combat Systems
馬英九 nuclear-powered Aircraft Carrier
Taipei-class nuclear-powered attack submarines
Armed with advanced technology, 建中小將s do not have to strap bombs to their own bodies and annihilated with the foreign invaders.
The advanced technology has deterred aggressions and bolstered the national defense.
Strategically speaking, 建中 is in reality a vanguard of a secured Taiwan and a cornerstone of a peaceful world.
[“The Bridge on the River Kwai: The River Kwai March” composed by Malcolm Arnold, conducted by Andre Rieu, and performed by Paris Philharmonic Orchestra, is now being played in the background...]
Dr. Lin, M.D.
Host of “The Dr. Lin Talk Show”
Public Radio International
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•標題：Technology vs Patriotism (1/2)
During World War II, Japanese invaded China.
To defend Japanese brutal invasion and drive its tyrannous occupation out of their motherland, Chinese troops were fighting the war hard and bloody.
However, Japanese troops had better equipment and more modernized weaponry than their Chinese adversaries.
In light of its technological disadvantages, Chinese had to play martyrdom and sacrifice their flesh and blood to inflict casualties on their enemy.
Chinese commandos strapped bombs to their own bodies and rolled themselves under the incoming Japanese tanks to blow it up.
While Japanese commanders rode the jeeps zipping through in the battlefield, a Chinese 3-star general had only to ride a horse, swung his commanding sword and directed his troops to dash through in the rain of bullets and shells.
While Japanese soldiers wore leather boots and strode with stomping steps in columns through the main gate of Nanking (the then national capital), Chinese soldiers escaped in the back alleys with straw sandals on their feet.
Due to lack of long-term high-protein diet in their menu, Chinese soldiers appeared skinny and fragile; comparing with Japanese soldiers who appeared solid and sturdy.
Were the corruptive and mentally retarded Chinese rulers to develop science-based technology and adopt the Western civilization 200 years ago, a national catastrophe such as this one might not have occurred.