? asked in TravelAsia PacificChina · 9 years ago

what happens if china take overs nepal?

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago
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    China hasnt had any record of invasions or going to wars except for defense, why would she take over Nepal.

    to xxx below, China fought the Russians off invasion in NE China, fought the indians off invasion of China´s western border, and kicked the Vietnamese invaders off trying to grab China´s islands, arent all these wars out of defence, ignorant brownie idiot, u better worry about yr terrorists back home than spreading silly rumors on here

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    China and Nepal have always enjoyed peaceful relations. Most consumer goods sold in Nepal are "Made in China".

    If Nepal wishes to become part of China, then Nepal's government would present that request to China's government. The process would probably take several years, but China might be convinced to incorporate Nepal, it's possible.

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  • ?
    Lv 4
    9 years ago

    If China takes over Nepal, which would be very near because China would invade every neighboring country they wish, then Nepal would ask for help. All other countries who are fed up with fake, poor quality, poisoned, tainted, "made in China" products will help bombard the PRC. And then Hu Jin Tao would fell on the floor, curl up and cry like a baby. This is so nice.

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  • 9 years ago

    why would China take over Nepal?

    Nobody in China has such a idea.

    The question is totally nonsense!

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  • 9 years ago

    Nepal will become more rich than before

    Source(s): my brain
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  • 9 years ago

    They get their asses invaded by most UN members unless Nepal somehow started the war.

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    Nope,China won't invade other asian countries,the only country in the world that China is interested is US. China is apparently using the isolationism policy,which is popular in 20th century of US,until US is tired of another war and another war,and the defense spending is 2-3X of US,the other Asian countries are not in China's eyes.

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    little brownie, calm down, china is a peaceful country as proven by its history, since u got so many questions, the right one to ask is your brownie singh govt, why all your neigbours sri lanka, nepal, pakistan, bangledash turn to china, why so many bombings, killings inside your country????

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    unlikely Nepal deserves such happiness...

    Source(s): . Chinese language [大陆] = Simple hanzi + pinyin = 中文 = 国语 = 汉语 Cantonese language [香港] = Trad hanzi + Jyutping = 粵語 Taiwanese language [臺灣] = Trad hanzi + pinyin = 中文 = 國語 = 漢語
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  • .
    Lv 5
    9 years ago

    Edit: Nick is really ignorant

    Edit: Enming-Just look at what is happening between China and Japan right now. Not only this, but threatening the Philippines. Are your eyes closed? Do you think China's full military budget is being released? Even the released figures show a huge increase in spending. Why? The rest of its Neighbors have been peaceful. Did you not just read about the wars I referred to?

    China went to war with Vietnam in 79 and twice with India and had border wars with Russia, during which russia wanted to (and could have) nuked china when china didn't have adequate delivery methods to get through Russian defenses. In 69 it asked the US if it was ok to nuke china and the us said no. Just google: 69 china soviet union nuke

    India would be pissed if China tried to take Nepal. So China will probably just try to bribe all Nepali government officials to get what it wants

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