Our cognition of the world has been constructed day by day by the media since we were young. Westerners do this to China, and we do the same to foreign countries. It’s just that the direction of cognition is opposite. A few years ago, I watched Hunan TV’s “Everyday Upward”. In that issue, a Danish ambassador was about to come, and the whole episode was a very nasty flattery to Denmark, which made the ambassador quite uncomfortable. In fact, this is not wrong in Chinese culture. In our culture, we must be as enthusiastic and polite as possible for guests from afar. But if you pull out and look at this picture again, the Chinese are obviously in the position of a “lower” inside. In the depths of the consciousness of countless people, the idea that “Danes are higher than Chinese” has been subtly implanted. . Moreover, our abnormal enthusiasm often cannot be exchanged for equal treatment by others. It was Denmark. They would paint the five-star red flag as a virus in the newspapers and gained the support of the whole country after the Chinese protests, believing that this is the “right to freedom”. By coming and going like this, our status is even lower, and our self-identity is more frustrated. For example, many people are only dissatisfied with society at first, but under this two-way immersion for a long time, it is inevitable that they will embark on a path of self-hate. Even if we express some opposing opinions, we still remain in the opinion that the other person is good, the culture is good, and the country is good. Just a few politicians have a bad conscience. However, the shaping of us by others is all-round, from history to culture to politics to the lives of the people. Like I said last time, even the kung fu Chinese in Ultraman is a clown-like person. If you do not consider the number of countries, in terms of population alone, there are 1.4 billion people in China, and the Western world plus their servant countries is about the same size. So why do we care so much about what they think of us and they don’t care what we think of them at all? Since we can’t win the right to speak internationally, why not start to change from our side? For example, when shooting the United States, don’t always be the Wall Street Capitol, why not point the camera at their black area, under the bridge hole? Would the audience not like to watch those drug addicts lying on the floor? When reporting on Sweden, don’t always have the Nobel Prize. The king rides a bicycle. Why don’t you tell everyone that Sweden has the highest rate of rape in the world? Isn’t the pain of those raped enough to resonate with us? By extension, can the advertising law prohibit domestic brands from boasting that they are imported parts? Can models in shopping malls and Taobao not use the image of foreigners? In Chinese textbooks, can it be that all foreigners do good things? Of course, we don’t have to be as dirty as they are, report fake news, and reverse black and white, but it is very necessary to make appropriate adjustments in the direction of public opinion. Going bigger, cultivate the self-confidence and self-esteem of citizens. To be smaller, it can also reduce some mental patients who hate and abuse themselves.