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  1. How viable would a surviving Manchukuo be

    A communist Manchuria is far more likely than a surviving Japanese Manchuria. And a Japanese Manchuria would eventually be overthrown by Communist insurgency. Would explain in detail later.
  2. A Song was Heard in China - A Different Tiananmen (Version 2.0)

    For those who've never read Version 1.0, the link is here: https://www.alternatehistory.com/forum/threads/a-song-was-heard-in-china-a-different-tiananmen.190867/ As you may notice, my POD in Version 2.0 is different from that in Version 1.0. In this timeline, Zhao Ziyang did not go to...
  3. A Song was Heard in China - A Different Tiananmen

    Please visit this link for the reboot: https://www.alternatehistory.com/forum/threads/a-song-was-heard-in-china-a-different-tiananmen-version-2-0.438001/ And could a mod please lock this thread for the time being?
  4. A Song was Heard in China - A Different Tiananmen

    Preview 3 (Final preview?) Japan to recall ambassador to China (SET, 27th February, 2018) PYONGYANG — Japan will recall its ambassador in Beijing after Chinese Foreign Minister and Prime Minister-designate Guo Quan praises the 2010 bombing of the Japanese Embassy in Pyongyang by radical...
  5. A Song was Heard in China - A Different Tiananmen (Version 2.0)

    A Song was Heard in China A Different Tiananmen by Tony Kwok (KWOK Tin-lap) Preface Seven years have passed since I first began writing a timeline on an alternate Tiananmen. Back then I was a student with a strong sense of belonging to my Chinese heritage, with the firm belief that freedom and...
  6. A Song was Heard in China - A Different Tiananmen

    Preview 2 Tensions in Lhasa as Guo Guan calls for Potala invasion (26th February, 2018) [Above: Violent protests in Lhasa greeting Prime Minister-designate Guo Quan] Violent protests erupt in Lhasa, after Chinese prime minister-designate Guo Quan called for a constitutional amendment to...
  7. A Song was Heard in China - A Different Tiananmen

    Next week. And on the other hand do you think I should create another thread for the reboot and lock this one?
  8. A Song was Heard in China - A Different Tiananmen

    For those who don’t understand what Hanfu is, Hanfu is a traditional Chinese garment, and the Chinese equivalent of Kimono in Japan. Below is an OTL picture of Professor Guo Quan wearing a Hanfu at a lecture, Nanjing Normal Univetsity, where he taught before being jailed.
  9. A Song was Heard in China - A Different Tiananmen

    After Brexit and the election of Donald Trump, and years of study into and personal interaction with parts of the Chinese dissident community, I’ve come to a very different approach as for what’s likely to happen in democratic China. I would try to be as realistic as possible, and it isn’t that...
  10. A Song was Heard in China - A Different Tiananmen

    29 Years Later: The Construction of Democracy with Chinese characteristics "As the matter stands, if we look at the surrounding events from here, we can consider three ways to organize a state that we so far knew, as a starting point: the nation state, the liberal state and then the welfare...
  11. List of Alternate Presidents and PMs II

    1989-1995 George W. Bush [1] / Dan Quayle (R) 1995-1996 Dan Quayle [2] / vacant->Bob Kasten (R) 1996-1997 Bob Kasten [3] / vacant (R) 1997-2005 Al Gore [4] / Tom Harkin (D) 2005-2007 Eric Shinseki [5] / John Edwards (D) 2007-2010 John Edwards [6] / vacant->Elliot Spitzer (D) 2010-2011 Elliot...
  12. WI: Nixon in the 1980s

    If you must have Reagan removed from office by 1974, an assassination might sound more plausible. Reagan's seemingly hands-off approach on virtually everything, allowing members of his administration to take enough credit, would make it difficult to prove that he has actually done anything wrong...
  13. Alternate Wikipedia Infoboxes IV (Do not post Current Politics Here)

    Nice try. But Hong Kongers simply don't use Chinese pinyin. We use Cantonese to pronounce and romanise our names. For example, my surname is 郭, and it should be "Guo" using Chinese pinyin. But on my birth certificate, HK ID Card and British passport, it would become "Kwok" - which is exactly how...
  14. How do you stop China becoming Communist?.

    Prevent the Xi'an Incident in 1936. Before Xi'an, KMT's strategy to eliminate the internal enemy before going against Japan worked well, and the Nationalist Army was about to eliminate the Commies completely within a few months. If Chang Hsueh-liang and Yang Hucheng did not stage the coup, the...
  15. List of Alternate Presidents and PMs II

    Since I'm going to reboot my TL, A Song Was Heard in China, I would like to present to you my earliest thoughts on who should have been presidents of the US in my original TL, even though this version has been trashed immediately after consulting several members of AH.com. It was already known...
  16. AH Title and Description Game

    A TL on an alternative Opium War that has been widely controversial on AH.com. In TTL, ageing and increasingly delusional Emperor hiratus Qianlong lived 10 years longer than in OTL, but many speculated that he was already dead by then. While China officially refused to open up the market as in...
  17. These years of Progress - A different 1968 TL

    I misread Hump as Trump, and I did wonder why RFK would want to win it for Trumpx'D
  18. Alternate Wikipedia Infoboxes IV (Do not post Current Politics Here)

    Alternative South Korean presidential election, 2012 Scenario 1: Anh Cheol-soo did not drop out Before Anh Cheol-soo dropped out to endorse Moon Jae-in, a Realmeter poll in September 2012 showed that Park Geun-hye (38.6%) was leading both Anh (22.5%) and Moon (26.1%). In OTL, it was believed...
  19. Alternate Wikipedia Infoboxes IV (Do not post Current Politics Here)

    WI: Park Geun-hye wins the 2007 GNP presidential primaries? South Korean presidential election, 2007
  20. Alternate Wikipedia Infoboxes IV (Do not post Current Politics Here)

    Taiwan presidential election, 2004 in Masked Pickle's A Giant Sucking Sound: a President Perot TL Formation of the tickets Democratic Progressive Party Despite having come from the traditionally pro-independence DPP, President Hsu Hsin-liang has been credited (and criticized) for his...
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