Just before the 11th round of trade talk between China and America started to take place at DC, Trump announced another 20% import tax will be imposed upon Chinese goods of an annual value of 200 billion dollars. "To go, or not to go, that is the question" for the delegation of China. Some Mainland media described the talk this time as that famous, crisis-ridden "The Feast of Hongmen".
Why should we not to go? In August 1945 when Japan surrendered, Gimo Chiang, the most powerful man of China, invited Chairman Mao, the leader of a band of "Red Bandits", to Chongqing to have a negotiation talk. Mao accepted the invitation and went to meet Chiang almost single-handedly. The situation for CCP then was much more dangerous than what it is now. So just calm down, and there is nothing to be afraid of. Kindly refer to the reportage as attached below at: