Agreed … “a bit hash”, that’s putting it mildly … the article (https://erminesoft.com/reactjs-or-vuejs-which-is-best-for-your-project/) is terrible, very shallow and misguided on many points, also with regards to React, some examples:
“Lack of full framework capabilities (no built-in state management system, no built-in database query tools, etc.)” – This is nonsense, Vue is also not a complete framework, for full capabilities you need to add Vue-Router, Vuex, and so on - same as with React.
“Large size of the library (despite its “inferiority” as a framework, React weighs as much as Angular JS, for instance)” – I beg your pardon, React (the core) is as big as Angular (I suppose he’s talking about Angular 2)? No way … Angular 2 is much, much heavier.
The author doesn’t seem to know what he’s talking about, and yes the “Chinese” argument is ridiculous, I would argue that it’s actually an advantage because the Chinese dev community is growing fast, and they’re smart (producing a lot of good OSS projects too).
By the way the other article (https://artjoker.net/blog/reactjs-vs-vuejs/) looks even more ridiculous. “React has a poor and highly unclear documentation”, really? I think the docs are well-written and crystal clear. “There is also an unequal service size, comparing to the capabilities of the software” … that’s both subjective and arguably not true.
(a good argument against React, and pro Vue, would be the recent issues about React licensing - the “BSD plus Patents” licens used by React)