The Past’s Transformative Power

How past events are recollected and represented is known as “historical memory.” It is the glue that helps hold civilisations and nation-states together. Historical memory is particularly powerful in China. Not only does it hold the nation together, but it provides the key to understanding Chinese nationalism and China’s intentions.

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