„The Chinese people have always cherished goodwill towards the American people.“

—  Hu Jintao

2000s, White House speech (2006)
Contexto: The Chinese people have always cherished goodwill towards the American people. In 1784, U. S. merchant ship, Empress of China, sailed to China, opening the friendly exchanges between our two peoples. In mid 19th century, several dozen thousand Chinese workers, working side-by-side with American workers and braving harsh conditions, built the great railway linking the East and the West of the American continent.

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Hu Jintao
político chinês, Ex-presidente da China 1942

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„The Chinese and the Americans are great peoples.“

—  Hu Jintao former General Secretary of the Communist Party of China 1942

2000s, White House speech (2006)
Contexto: The Chinese and the Americans are great peoples. The Americans are optimistic, full of enterprising drive, down to earth, and innovative. In just over 200 years, they have turned the United States into the most developed country in the world, and made phenomenal achievements in economic development and science and technology.

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„The will of 1.3 billion Chinese people cannot be infringed upon.“

—  Cao Gangchuan former Vice Chairman of the Central Military Commission of China 1935

http://www.guardian.co.uk/print/0,3858,4983639-103681,00.html

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„People should remember history so they can truly cherish what they have now.“

—  Hung Hsiu-chu Taiwanese politician 1948

Hung Hsiu-chu (2015) cited in " Hung dismisses ‘immediate unification’ http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/taiwan/archives/2015/09/13/2003627609" on Taipei Times, 13 September 2015

„I commenced the study of the Chinese language at the University of Munich. I had then about 3 years in Germany, engaged in various studies. Happening to notice the announcement of a course of lectures on the language of the Chinese by Professor Neumman, the interest I have always taken in the people, induced me to employ an otherwise vacant hour in learning something of their tongue.“

—  Thomas Taylor Meadows British sinologist and diplomatic interpreter from Chinese 1815 - 1868

Page 7 of "The Chinese and their Rebellions, viewed in connection with their national philosophy, ethics, legislation and administration, to which is added An Essay on Civilization and its present state in the East and West" https://books.google.com/books?id=dKEBAAAAQAAJ&pg=PR3&dq=The+Chinese+and+their+Rebellions,+viewed+in+connection+with+their+national+philosophy,+ethics,+legislation+and+administration,+to+which+is+added+An+Essay+on+Civilization+and+its+present+state+in+the+East+and+West&hl=en&sa=X&ei=x626UaDJKsnWyQHLmoG4BA&ved=0CC0Q6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=The%20Chinese%20and%20their%20Rebellions%2C%20viewed%20in%20connection%20with%20their%20national%20philosophy%2C%20ethics%2C%20legislation%20and%20administration%2C%20to%20which%20is%20added%20An%20Essay%20on%20Civilization%20and%20its%20present%20state%20in%20the%20East%20and%20West&f=false

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„I have fought against the people of the North because I believed they were seeking to wrest from the South its dearest rights. But I have never cherished toward them bitter or vindictive feelings, and have never seen the day when I did not pray for them.“

—  Robert E. Lee Confederate general in the Civil War 1807 - 1870

As quoted in The American Soul: An Appreciation of the Four Greatest Americans and their Lessons for Present Americans (1920) by Charles Sherwood Farriss, p. 63

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„I only cherished service to people. There should not be greed even in service.“

—  Morarji Desai Former Indian Finance Minister, Freedom Fighters, Former prime minister 1896 - 1995

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„Regardless of all the pressures upon them, people are fighting bravely against this suppression. The success of Iranians all across the world is also the happiest thought. What I always say is that goodwill wins over bad.“

—  Farah Pahlavi Empress of Iran 1938

Interview: Farah Pahlavi Recalls 30 Years In Exile http://www.rferl.org/content/Interview_Farah_Pahlavi_Recalls_30_Years_In_Exile/2111354.html, Radio Free Europe, (July 27, 2010).
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„Many people think the DPP does not welcome Chinese tourists. This is definitely not true.“

—  Tsai Ing-wen President of the Republic of China 1956

DPP candidate: Quotas for Chinese tourists won't be cut if elected, Focus Taiwan, 1, September 10, 2015, 12 September 2015 http://focustaiwan.tw/news/acs/201509100021.aspx,

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„Our God is none other than the masses of the Chinese people.“

—  Mao Zedong Chairman of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China 1893 - 1976

The Foolish Old Man Who Removed the Mountains (1945)
Contexto: There is an ancient Chinese fable called "The Foolish Old Man Who Removed the Mountains". It tells of an old man who lived in northern China long, long ago and was known as the Foolish Old Man of North Mountain. His house faced south and beyond his doorway stood the two great peaks, Taihang and Wangwu, obstructing the way. He called his sons, and hoe in hand they began to dig up these mountains with great determination. Another graybeard, known as the Wise Old Man, saw them and said derisively, "How silly of you to do this! It is quite impossible for you few to dig up those two huge mountains." The Foolish Old Man replied, "When I die, my sons will carry on; when they die, there will be my grandsons, and then their sons and grandsons, and so on to infinity. High as they are, the mountains cannot grow any higher and with every bit we dig, they will be that much lower. Why can't we clear them away?" Having refuted the Wise Old Man's wrong view, he went on digging every day, unshaken in his conviction. God was moved by this, and he sent down two angels, who carried the mountains away on their backs. Today, two big mountains lie like a dead weight on the Chinese people. One is imperialism, the other is feudalism. The Chinese Communist Party has long made up its mind to dig them up. We must persevere and work unceasingly, and we, too, will touch God's heart. Our God is none other than the masses of the Chinese people. If they stand up and dig together with us, why can't these two mountains be cleared away?

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„People of goodwill who support the Palestinians resent being falsely accused of being anti-Semites.“

—  Brian Klug British philosopher

In Search of Clarity, Catalyst, March 17, 2006., January 9, 2006 http://www.catalystmagazine.org.uk/Default.aspx.LocID-0hgnew0bv.RefLocID-0hg01b00100600f009.Lang-EN.htm,

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