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Share China's Gun Control Laws Make It A Very Safe Place To Live!
pnp 2018-2-23 11:07
Many people in China, including foreigners living here, seem to take China's gun control laws and the resulting safety, for granted! We hardly hear anyone expressing a desire for gun control in China;certainly no students marching down the streets demanding gun control, as is happening in the US now.Credit must be given the Chinese Government for its tough gun control laws.The reverse situation is true in the US where powerful gun lobby like the N ...
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Share A Wish For The Year Of The Dog.
pnp 2018-2-16 11:36
As we enter the Year of the Dog, one can't help but wish that dog owners in China improve their social responsibility and not let their dogs be a public nuisance. In years gone by, the media was awashed with cases of dog bites, dogs terrorizing people in public, dog poo all over, dogs barking incessantly in residential neighhoods depriving residents of sleep, etc. It is hoped that dog owners always keep their dogs on the leash when in public, clean up their dog poo, stop their dogs barking ...
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Share Passengers Are Jointly Liable with Drunk Drivers!
pnp 2018-2-15 13:08
CCTV News reported that a certain province (name forgotten) has passed a law holding passengers in a drunk driver's car jointly responsible for drunk driving!What a brilliant piece of legislation!Imagine this scenerio; a traffic poliiceman pulls over a driver on the highway, breath-test him and finds him over the limit, the officer then tickets all the passengers on the spot!It forces passengers to self-police and prevent any drunken friend from getting behin ...
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Share Forum Must Never Become A Platform for Personal Vendetta!
pnp 2018-2-15 12:18
Recently I posted two threads that started a heated discussion; they are, " China's Government Never Shut Down! "and" Many Chinese Have Become Rich Before They Have Become Civilized" . Seneca, a vocal opponent, employed all sorts of tactics, incluidng half truths, twisted facts, and downright lies to counter the opinion expressed in those threads. That's not a problem; I can handle all that;I can debunk his lies! But, f ...
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Share China's Government Never Shut Down!
pnp 2018-2-12 12:16
Thank goodness we are living in China and not the US where the government has recently shut down while politicians bicker over various issues, causinguntold miseries to millions of Americans and visitors there. What does that say about the democratic system, when the world's most powerful nation and its largest democracy was forced to shut down its government? There are many diehard advocates of democracy right here on Forum and elsewhere who constantly lambast China ...
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Share Many Chinese Have Become Rich Before They Have Become Civilized!
pnp 2018-2-8 12:51
The Reform and Opening Up Policy has opened the door to many Chinese to get rich quick, and some became extremely rich!But their newfound wealth has not made them behave any better than their poorer compatriots! The rich, with access to modern gadgets, tools and machines, but without the civliized mentality,is a public nuisance and a danger to society. Whereas previously they rode around on bicycles, today, they zoom around in fast cars, beating r ...
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Share China's Traffic Violation Penalties Are A Big Joke!
pnp 2016-8-11 14:03
China's traffic violation penalties are so light, they don't act as a deterrent at all! For instance, just today on CCTV News, a motorist was chased through busy city streets by a traffic policeman on motorcycle at high speed, weaving in and out of lanes, endangering other road users. The motorist finally stopped at a set of traffic lights, only because his path was blocked by other vehicles waiting at the lights. He was found to be driving without a licence, which was withdrawn bec ...
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Share Government Officials Should Speak 'Putonghua' While On Duty
pnp 2016-8-5 16:59
span .=color: rgb(68, 68, 68); font-family: Tahoma, Helvetica, SimSun, sans-serif; line-height: 21px; background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255);China's official language is 'putonghua', but surprisingly, and very disappointingly, many government officials have been seen speaking dialects on national television, CCTV! nbsp;Police officers in Si Chuan and Chongqing for instance, have been seen speaking to CCTV reporters in their local dialects instead of 'putonghua'. nbsp;When they are interviewe ...
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Share What Does It Mean To Have A 5000-Year Old Civilization?
pnp 2016-7-31 13:13
China claims to have a civilization of 5000 years old; well and good, few would dispute that. However, that claim stands out in stark contrast with the social behavior of its people, a behavior which is anything but civilized! Many foreigners have personal encounters with their behavior as well as seen it played out on national television. The Chinese don't obey their nation's laws, rules and regulations, be it tarffic laws, pollution laws, food safety laws, etc. For ...
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Share China's Food Safety Concern
pnp 2016-7-3 12:44
The NPC Standing Committee has just reviewed the the food safety situation in China after the implementation of the food safety law in October last year. The report card makes for poor reading, with red ink all over. There are still many areas that fall short of the law. For instance, the use of 'gutter oil', made from food leftovers collected from restaurants, is still prevalent, and a major concern for consumers. Others include the misuse of pesticides in farming, arti ...
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