As I wrote, I "don't like" only countries or I should rather say states, in political terms. I do not like their policies, the current one but also these from history. I have absolutely nothing to say about China, no negativety. I generally don't like country-bashing, I don't like propaganda and critic against some countries, spread by politicians, media but also ordinary people. There are such things like China-bashing (mostly in the USA but also in Europe), there is anti-Americanism, there is also anti-Russian stance spread currently in Polish media, anti-Ukrainian propaganda spread by Russian media. I don't like it, because those who critisize in vast majority are ignorants, they have very little to say.
If I say that I don't like Germany, Britain, Russia, Czech Republic or some other country I write on the basis of some bigger knowledge. I critize, but don't want to spread hate or insult people. Critisism is always needed but there must be balance, one has to balance between to critisize and to insult.
I can give an example of Chinese-Japanese antagonism which is rooted in history, I understand those Chinese people who "don't like Japan" only due to the fact of history and current policy. However this must be balanced, because there were some anti-Japanese riots, last year, all across the China.
Be always, critical, even very critical, but try not to insult or don't be aggressive towards some things, only because of its origin. That's my motto.
I don't like Czech Republic, mostly because Czechs have very weird attitude to Poles and Poland, treating us with superiority, like beeing "better and more civilised". In the same way I don't like Germany and Austria where I lived for some time. I don't like Britain for the way, they treat Poles, living and working there, for the propaganda spread by their media against Eastern Europeans (not only Poles, but also Romanians, Bulgarians). So, my dislike of others comes rather from the defence not the aggressive stance. Problem is, that many Poles act in idiotic way, they like those, who don't like us. The most liked country in Poland is Czech Republic, for me this is absolutely idiotic and has nothing to the reasonable thinking.
Thank you all for such a greatful answer. I don't know how to reply you guys by person.
For me, I just visited 5 countries so far, and I like them all.But for sure some of them are more impressive and I really wanna go again! Some of them are fine, but I won't go again.
Kuba, you made me so curious of which countries you don't like,ha. Maybe you can message me to tell me :) And I don't mind if you don't like China,haha.
There is no such thing like "country I like the most". Because every country, every place might be interesting. I like my country the most, everything else I like too. I prefer to write which countries I do not like, but only because of political or historical reasons, nothing more. But I won't, since everything depends from the situation, I don't like those who don't like me. Personally I prefer to promote and write about my country or region I live and teach other people about it.
I like those places and countries which are not popular among the tourists, like Belarus, Romania (now it is becoming more and more popular), Saudi Arabia, African countries, small islands on the Pacific Ocean.
It's hard to choose but for me, I would say Australia :) Especially Melbourne.