Acupuncture point (1932), barefoot doctor (1971), dragon (1981), dragon boat (1846), loose face (1876), flowery (Empire, Kingdom, Land, Nation) (1847), functional (1990), gang (1976), martial arts (1920), mat (1) (1613), meridian (1959), Middle (Empire, Kingdom, Land, Nation) (1698), milk name (1836), money tree (1934), moon gate (1924), mud (1852), no can do (1868), paper tiger (1836), paste (1735), pearl tea (1838), pillow book (1906), porcelain tower (1666), potsticker (1968), reform through labour (1957), capitalist road (1966), capitalist roader (1) (1967), running dog (1937), save one's face (1898), semi-proletariat (1951), snakehead (1965), Son of Heaven (1613), splittism
(1962), struggle meeting (1966), to ride a tiger (1902), triad society (1821), war-lord (1922).
A typical example from an official daily was "Commentary: Nature of 'Special State-to-State Relations' Is Splittism
," People's Daily Online, 7 August 1999, available at english .
They animated China's quest to turn the Shanghai Cooperative Organization (SCO) into a vehicle for fighting terrorism, separatism, and splittism
, China's three ideological bugaboos, as well as American policy in Asia.
China sells arms and even has offered its own forces under the Shanghai Cooperative Organization Charter, or treaty of 2001, to assist in the defense of the members' integrity and sovereignty against what Beijing calls the threats from terrorism, secessionism, and splittism
In February 2005, the Dui Hua Foundation confirmed the release of two Tibetans named Thatso and Thongtso (who may be nuns) in July 2004 at the conclusion of their three-and-a-half-year sentences for "inciting splittism
," later reduced by ten months.