Since Xi Jinping came to power, the principle of "hide your strengths, bide your time, never take the lead, and make a difference" established in the Deng Xiaoping era has been gradually abandoned by the People's Republic of China. Instead, the so-called "Wolf Warrior Diplomacy" is more aggressive. This attitude is fully reflected in Yang Jiechi, a member of the Politburo of the Communist Party of China,
When he held a meeting with US Secretary of popular database State Antony Blinken on March 17 this year, when he said, "The United States has no right to talk to China from a high position, and the Chinese do not accept this." It may be the first time since the CCP's "reform and opening up" that the Chinese have treated American officials so harshly, but it is not the first time in Chinese history.
Pulling back the time and space environment to the 1950s, the CCP had already fought a fierce battle with the US military as early as the Korean Peninsula. Peng Dehuai, who was also the commander and political commissar of the Chinese People's Volunteers at that time, said equally impassively: