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Post time 2008-4-25 04:08:51 |Display all floors
Dear Mr. Bob,

I'd like to recommend you to read one of my threads---BBC Apologized to China for Infidelity of  Its Coverage Disclosed by a 16-year-old Chinese in the column of China Today, News Talk of China Daily. You can use the search function to locate it quickly.

I provided text, BBC apology text and its link and video link in my thread. If you fail to get it, I have 3 video files saved  in my computer about it. I'd like to offer to you any time.

I sincerely hope you can really learn and comment on China fairly after reading all these facts and evidences.

Let facts and evidences speak louder than words!

Thank you,

Rainbow
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Post time 2008-4-25 04:13:14 |Display all floors

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仇恨是廉价的筹码,这从来都是相对偷懒的统治技术,只要一出问题,就虚拟出一个敌人,不过这种方法在文明社会怅然式微了,因为它根本不利于一个国家的进步,反而像吸毒一样,快速有效过瘾的同时损害了身体机能,下一次需要更大的剂量,所以敌人越来越多,越来越离奇。
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Post time 2008-4-25 04:17:10 |Display all floors

第二次问你

Originally posted by tumujerome at 2008-4-25 04:13
仇恨是廉价的筹码,这从来都是相对偷懒的统治技术,只要一出问题,就虚拟出一个敌人,不过这种方法在文明社会怅然式微了,因为它根本不利于一个国家的进步,反而像吸毒一样,快速有效过瘾的同时损害了 ...


Tumu:

我们没有仇恨谁。我们民众反对的只是不实的报道,我们一直认为西方人民是友好的,只是其中一部分是被西媒误导了,某些西媒试图妖魔化中国,我有无数的证据可以来证明。难道为自己辩白、讨公道是仇恨?

你还没有回答我的问题。

我想请你正面回答我,我们中国人民该不该讨公道呢?这是我第二次问你。请不要用Quote或一引用一大篇文章给我看。我想知道你本人要说什么。

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Post time 2008-4-25 04:36:19 |Display all floors

rainbow

Anyone who can read can see that the picture is from Nepal.
Commentary is not news reporting, and this is commentary.
Many Canadians are refugees from Marxist regimes, and appreciate these comments.
Please direct me to apologies from Chinese media for their many distortions.
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Post time 2008-4-25 05:11:04 |Display all floors
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.

Merci!
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Post time 2008-4-25 05:51:59 |Display all floors
French senator tells you the truth about Tibet

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uLTm0xrG-v4 "The rumors stop at wise man".This wise man's name is Jean-Luc M茅lenchon,a French socialist senator.
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Post time 2008-4-25 06:19:12 |Display all floors
Originally posted by rainbow at 2008-4-24 05:11 PM
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.
Read carefully.  It's not the fault of the magazine if a reader doesn't read.
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