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With China hosting its first-ever Olympics, the country has seen a surge in national pride. But Chinese are angry at what they see as the West trying to spoil their party. China's nationalism today is shaped by its pride in its history as well as its century of humiliation at the hands of the West and Japan. Beyond the party's control, the emergence of the Internet in the last two decades has given nationalists more power to vent their anger after particular incidents: the bombing of Chinese embassy in Belgrade or the anti-government protests in Tibet. *** Local Caption *** The Military Museum of the Chinese People?s Revolution, a reconstruction of the Long March.