I lived in China for 9 years, and one of the reasons I'm not going back is the rise of Chinese nationalism. While I was there, most people treated me well and I had a great time and made a lot of friends. Most people there care more about making money and raising their family than international issues. Sort of like Americans.
But the Chinese people rioted against Japanese products and threatened Japanese people in China over a bunch of rocks in the seas between their lands. I found myself thinking, do I want to be here if China and America get into a big enough diplomatic incident over Taiwan, Vietnam, or the Philippines? Even some of my students started showing signs of resenting the need to learn English to study in superior American universities.
China was once the center of the world, so much so that for centuries they didn't even have ministers for foreign relations, just minsters in charge of protocol for when ambassadors came from other countries to determine how low those ambassadors had to bow when swearing their nation's loyalty to China. Colliding with the British Empire was a huge shock to them, and the resulting European imperialism an embarrassment they are now trying to purge from their minds.