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China Military Guide

In recent years, there is a very interesting theme in the military circle called: "touching the eagle sauce to cross the river" [it loses a bit in translation, but it seems to be "sauce for the gander" with Chinese characteristics]. In other words, the development of Chinese weapons and equipment often follows the route the United States has taken, but China is determined not to take the detours that the United States has taken. China also wants to develop things that are mature in the United States. After all, the good things of others should be studied.

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