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Dear Mr. Bob,|
First of all, I'd like to answer your question. Yes, one Chinese media outlet has admitted that its report is infidelity but it is related to the affair happened in China. The report is in Mandarin (Chinese). Do you read Mandarin? I hope you can provide me the specific distortions you find so that I'd like to try to answer you again. You know, I am not a know-all.
Second, how can you stand for every Macleans' reader to claim everyone can know that. It is one of my Western net pals who offered me the link and asked me about the cover. He didn't know the cop in the picture is a Nepalese rather than Chinese before my clarification.
Third, would you please answer my question whether journalism is the Sine quo non for any newsman or newswoman?
Fourth, Macleans' is a media outlet, according to Sociality of Society of Professional Journalists' qualification, should harbor journalism which is an prerequisite rather than according to some readers' taste. Macleans' is not a magazine specialized in fictions or novels.
Fifth, I'd like to condemn any infidelity with you if they happened in any coverage of Chinese media outlets. But it doesn't mean if some Western media outlets can any use misinformation to assail China, Chinese government or Chinese people.
For an instance, if there's a rob in China, does it mean a Western rob can be excused for his crime in China? This is a laughable logic, isn't it?
Sixth, Have you read my thread about BBC's infidelity? I have other evidences if you like I will offer again.