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School Children In China Learn From Their Earliest Classes That Their Country Was A Victim Of Wars And Natural Calamities For A Long Period Of Time. Known As The Century Of Humiliation The List Of Adverse Events Is Taught Not Only For Historic Value, But To  Build Nationalistic Pride As The Chinese Overcame Extreme Hardship And Turmoil. Zhang Wang Is Director For Peace And Conflict Studies At Seton Hall University, Also A Global Fellow At The Woodrow Wilson Center In Washington. He Tells In His New Book Never Forget National Humiliation How This Teaching, Combined With A Glaring Omission From 25 Years Ago, Has Aided The Government In Beijing.