"Group harmony is stressed in high-context societies, which include China and other East Asian nations. Damaged relationships can be difficult to repair in these societies, and many feel that being humiliated, or losing face, is "a fate worse than death". This ultimately explains the significance of saving face and avoiding humiliation in Chinese nationalism, as well as how the "century of national humiliation" became infused into the Chinese identity"

-- Yan Zhuang

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