Since you tried to use "a simple example" to demonstrate "that fact":
A successful system requires that people work. People want to have money. Therefore, a system in which people get money by working is more likely to be successful.
Very logical and, like all logic, it rests on its propositions. I'm wondering why you proposed that people have to work, since computers and robots are overtaking human jobs at a fantastic/breathtaking/disturbing rate. You also haven't defined "successful" (or "system", but whatever). Out of charity, I'll assume that "people want to have money" even though I doubt it (for tens of thousands of years nobody wanted it). Furthermore, why assume that the people working are the same as those wanting money, or are the same getting the money?
I might be wrong, but in my experience Chinese people tend to be very much about trying to "take care of themselves and their families". You might say Confucianism is this very idea. Or that after being screwed over by "foreigners", or indeed the cultural war from their very government, for a long time, Chinese people as a whole are at least a bit skeptical of anyone outside their friends and families suggesting pretty much anything. In conclusion, who gives a shit what you call capitalism or communism?
There are ways other than hibernating the OS to save state:
Computer programmers do it byte by byte.