According to a survey, about 40% of our country's youth do not read any books other than their textbooks. I am shocked at the result. I remain suspicious of the survey, though the people concerned claim it to be scientific. Despite my suspicion, the fact is that more and more young people, instead of reading, spend their spare time watching TV, going to dance parties, playing video games or chitchatting. Gorgy once said:"Books are steps toward human progress."As we all know, books is a crystallization of human wisdom. Although modern media such as TV and computers enjoy advantages in the speed of information dissemination, so far none of them can replace books in respect of the depth of knowledge being spread.
The declaration by the Chinese government to implement the policy of peaceful reunification was based on the prerequisite that the then Taiwan authorities insisted that there is only on China in the world and that Taiwan is a part of China. At the same time, the Chinese government took into consideration the fact that the US government recognized that there is only one China in the world, that Taiwan is a part of China and that the Government of the People's Republic of China is the only legitimate government of China.
While implementing the policy of peaceful reunification, the Chinese government has all along made it clear that it is an internal affair of China to decide on what method to use to resolve the Taiwan issue and that we have no obligation to commit ourselves to rule out the use of force.