身临其境shēn lín qí jìng To be present at a location. A witness to an event 听其言观其行tīng qí yán guān qí xíng Judge people by their actions, not by their words
A little known fact about the Japanese occupation of China [1940-1945] is that the occupied areas were governed by a 'Chinese' administration. This was the Nanjing Nationalist Government presided over by Wang Jingwei. The regime claimed to be the legitimate GMD Nationalist government and used the Republican flag. This fooled many of the Chinese people living on the Eastern coast, however the real power lay with the Japanese military. Read More
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