Recently, I attended a University of the Third Age lecture on China. There is little doubt that China will once again become a major world power in the 21st century.
There is always a tendency to judge China by western standards. In many ways we question their records on human rights. At the same time it was the UK that started the opium wars, and gun crime and treatment of ex-slaves in the USA is hardly great!
We have to be very careful not to judge by our western standards: we have been, and still are, far from perfect. Culturally, China differs from us in many ways. The Chinese are far from perfect, but so are we in the west.
It would be good if we could all strive for a better world, but not preaching as if we are perfect, when we in the west are not.