中文维基百科讨论:Guestbook for non-Chinese speakers
summary of Chinese-American relations, and how is the United States viewed in China?[编辑]
So I'm an American living in Europe, when I think of China I don't have too many conceptions. (Next I list my conceptions.) China is a huge manufacturing power, most of American and European goods are manufactured there. They made tremendous strides from poverty, under a strong central regime which also is criticized for human rights. However America doesn't really view them as a threat - the biggest issue is that they're a "threat" to IP (whether copyrights, logos and branding/trademarks, patents, you name it) as many counterfeit things are manufactured there. They're not much in the news - a search of the New York Times, "the newspaper of record" mostly has a few human interest issues about "what it's like to live in a surveillance state" but it doesn't directly impact Americans.
I'm curious how the Chinese view the United States, and what a Chinese person's description of how most people think of America would read? I'm also interested on a higher level in Chinese-American relations and what the relationship is between the two countries. So the question is about 1) how America is viewed by the "man in the street" in China and 2) the formal relations and so forth between the countries. Thanks for any thoughts. 2A02:AB88:2481:FC80:444D:DDD3:D407:1B01（留言） 2018年2月21日 (三) 13:32 (UTC)