Last month, the UN's official weibo
posted a message explaining what happened prior to China's
engagement of the Korean War and who forced China to send
PVA to the the Korean Peninsular:
Official weibo of The
United States: [The UN and Zhou Enlai (China's
first premier since 1949)] Since July 1950, The
US directed UN forces sent aircrafts into China conducting military
actions including spying and shooting. Zhou Enlai telephoned
the President of the UN Security Council* and launched
a strong protest. He also made a complaint to the UN and
demanded to put an end to America's aggression against
China. In October**, China
sent Chinese People's Volunteer Army to fight with
the UN forces in Korean Peninsular.
*The President of the UN
Security Council in July 1950 when the UN flights started
invading China's territorial airspace was Arne Sunde from
** The President of the UN Security Council in October
1950 when China was forced to send Chinese People's Volunteer
Army to Korean Peninsular was Warren Austin from the US.
Below are some typical responses from
Chinese weiboers to the UN weibo message:
UN is finally a bit conscience-stricken, trying to play
fair by telling the truth.
UN has explained why China participated in the Korean War.
the UN knows it was a puppet organization and did
an injustice to Chinese.
This s the historical
and military background of the Korean War which explains
why China sent PVA to Korea. Now [ever
Fang sang Hero's Paean on Chinese New Year's TV Special]
a group of online IDs [many are
the paid foot soldiers of the US' cyber armies recruited
from Chinese with a Hong Kong and Taiwan background who can
only use traditional Chinese characters and would call Chinese
army as "共军 (Commie Army)" - Multipletext]
keep attacking China's decision to engage in the Korean War,
pour scorn on North Korean leader and shout abuse at the
PVA. In the first I thought it was just different opinions
about a piece of history, but now I believe it's an organized