The U.S. is not so good, and China is not so bad, to clarify the rumors of the difference between Chinese and U.S. passports
The Internet has been rumored,
The American passport says: "No matter where you are, the American government and military are your strong backing."
The Chinese passport says: "Please strictly abide by the local laws and respect the customs there."
The review is:
The United States said: "Someone bullied you when you went out, please call me to fix him";
China says: "Go out to be honest, listen to what people say, and make Laozi less troublesome."
Many people immediately forwarded it unconditionally as soon as they saw it, and then commented irresponsibly.
So what is the real situation?
What is written in the U.S. passport is:
The Secretary of State of the United States of America hereby requests all whom it may concern to permit the citizen/national of the United States named herein to pass without delay or hindrance and in case of need to give all lawful aid and protection.
"The Secretary of State of the United States of America hereby requires relevant persons to facilitate the passage of the American citizen/national and provide legal assistance and protection when needed."
The Chinese passport reads: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China invites military and political agencies of various countries to facilitate passage and necessary assistance for passport holders.
Our society has already experienced a serious crisis of trust. We are indeed being subtly brainwashed by a force with ulterior motives. We need to be vigilant!
Turn it out and let more Chinese know the truth! Let us rebuild trust with facts a little bit!