Bullshit, you're making it up as you go along. During the Second World War, the United States built more than 50,000 Sherman tanks, and that doesn't include the Grant, Stuart and Pershing tanks they built, nor the armored personnel carriers. The Soviet Union built over 70,000 T-34 tanks, and that doesn't include all of their other tank models and armored personnel carriers--and in particular, the T-34 obliged the Soviet Union to build the heavy industrial base to manufacture those AFVs in those numbers. The Soviet Union built in excess of 200,000 aircraft for the war--the Yakovlev Yak-1 and Yak-3 accounted for 35,000 aircraft alone; the Mikoyan and Guryevich MiG-1 and MiG-3 were sufficiently inferior that few were built, but the Ilyushin Il-2 "Sturmovik" close air support fighter was built in the factories which were to have produced the MiGs, and well over 40,000 of them were built--which makes it the largest aircraft production effort of all time. North American built more than 15,000 P-51 Mustangs, Republic built even more P-47 Thunderbolts, Curtiss built even more of their P-40 "Hawk" series (Kittyhawk, Tomahawk and Warhawk), with nearly 14,000 of the Warhawks alone being built; Lockheed built more than 9,000 P-38 Lightnings. That's more than 50,000 fighter aircraft built in just four models. For the Navy, Grumman built almost 8,000 F4F Wildcats, Vought built nearly 12,000 F4U Corsairs and Grumman built more than 12,000 F6F Hellcats--so that's well over 30,000 fighters alone for the Navy
These totals don't include the medium and heavy bombers built for the Army Air Force, nor the dive bombers and torpedo attack planes built for the Navy. The big three heavy bombers used by the United States in World War II--the Boeing B-17, the Consolidated B-24 and the Boeing B-29--accounted for another 25,000 aircraft built. North American's B-25 medium bomber adds almost 10,000 more manufactured. Both nations had this legacy of hundreds of thousands of armored fighting vehicles, many tens of thousands of trucks, and hundreds of thousands of aircraft built from a converted or newly created heavy industrial base before either of them began a space program.
China has never had heavy industrial production which remotely approaches that level of production, nor has what relatively small heavy industry they have been in business for most of a century as is the case in the United States and Russia. You can continue to make your silly statements from authority--an authority which i have no reason to believe you possess--but i will be happy to provide you with sources to back up the figures i have cited here.
Once again, China has never developed the heavy industrial base which both Russia and the United States had already built up before they began their space programs. To be serious entrants in a program to reach Mars, they will first have to develop the heavy industrial base to produce something more than tactical or strategic ballistic missiles.