Thursday, June 23, 2016

Chiang Kai-Shek hyperbole

This is North Korean-level ass-kissery. Per Charles, this is an excerpt from that Chinese stamp set:

“among all historical and current figures, within China and across the world, no one is worthy of comparison to him.”

1 comment:

Charles Lee said...

Notice the strange blank spaces in the text? They're intentional. Every time Chiang and Sun Yat-Sen are mentioned, their names are preceded by a blank space to show that they're no ordinary people. This was (is?) taught as the proper way to write in primary schools in Taiwan. As far as I know, no one else gets this treatment (not even Confucius).