Or it could end up a democracy, but not really, since the economic bureaucrats and as you said, emphasis on technocrats will really control the moving parts of politics, just like it happened in Japan post-1945.Will China go towards a technocratic meritocracy which pretty much aligns well with Asian values
Pretty good. China does claim a chunk of Burmese territory but they aren't pushing that issue.Speaking of Burma, how are Sino-Burmese relations?
Possibly.Will China go towards a technocratic meritocracy which pretty much aligns well with Asian values
Yes, though they're much more focused on the more serious issue of Communists in Vietnam and Laos.
I wonder if he’d be a little more… “connected” to certain “societies” in mainland China ITTL, if you know what I mean…Stanley Ho man was the god father of Asia with 17 children and owned 19 of the 41 casinos in Macau he was the King Of Gambling he died in 2020 at age 98
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Yeah, there's a whole lot less information about people and events in Macau than Hong Kong during this time. I Googled "Macau Kuomintang" in both English and Chinese in order to find people who would be pro-Nanjing leaders in the city and I didn't get many results that had what I was looking for (there were some names of KMT people in Macau, but almost no information about them). Ho Yin OTL was sympathetic to the KMT at first but later supported the Communists (his Wikipedia picture is of him with Mao Zedong).Everyone talks about Hong Kong in timelines where China's suffered from colonialism, not to mention OTL, but I don't think Macau ever really gets any focus. So, interesting look at it ITTL.