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Chinalism

                               

Chinese nationalism, sometimes synonymous with Chinese patriotism lit. Love country ideology) refers to cultural, historiographical, and political theories, movements and beliefs that assert the idea of a cohesive, unified Chinese people and culture under a unified country known as China. One difficulty in this definition is the wide variation and ambiguities in the definition of the term "Chinese."
 
                                                                             

 
Chinese nationalism, sometimes synonymous with Chinese patriotism lit. Love country ideology) refers to cultural, historiographical, and political theories, movements and beliefs that assert the idea of a cohesive, unified Chinese people and culture under a unified country known as China. One difficulty in this definition is the wide variation and ambiguities in the definition of the term "Chinese."
 
Han chauvinism or Hanism is a term which is used in mainland China and Taiwan. Referring to people carrying ethnocentric viewpoints that favor the Han Chinese majority ethnic group in China at the expense of the other minority ethnic groups, often under the assumption of cultural superiority. Han chauvinists in the People"s Republic of China often invent enemies of Manchus, Mongols and members of the Han nationality that oppose a monolithic view of the nationality. Han chauvinism is also sometimes manifest as nostalgia in the expansionist exploits by past Chinese dynasties, especially those identified with the Han nationality, but in some contexts also including the Qing Dynasty, a Manchu dynasty. Actions and speech that constitute the ethnocentric and ideological aspects of Han chauvinism (such as hate speech against minorities) are illegal in the People"s Republic of China and are either banned or censored. 
 
 

 
   
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