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Post time 2009-2-10 13:48:19 |Display all floors

Make your stand clear .

loststar,

It is high time you show your hand to the forum members . Are you a Chinese who would like to appear objective and balanced in support of all the taunts and temper tantrums by the anti-Chinese clique ? These 4-b-2 and as thick as a plank posters are not interested in any issue unless it is a free serve against China .What does it matter whether the building is CCTV or Mandarin Hotel ? To these cretins , any hurt or embarrassment to China serves their obsession well . You should not give comfort to these hooligans , even if it is unwittingly . Cheers .:)

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Post time 2009-2-10 13:58:53 |Display all floors
Think hard people.
1. Fireworks??? Hahaha...not likely.
2. Foreign Insurance
3. Present Economy in the KYBO.
"Finch...stay away from that Ficus! That's a jizz-free Ficus."- Steve Stiffler

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Post time 2009-2-10 14:02:54 |Display all floors
Originally posted by tekvicious at 2009-2-10 14:58
Think hard people.
1. Fireworks??? Hahaha...not likely.
2. Foreign Insurance
3. Present Economy in the KYBO.



This is a malicious imputation. Any proof?

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Post time 2009-2-10 14:07:57 |Display all floors

I think some of you are just building a storm in a tea cup......

The building had served as hotel for the Olympics, which means had all the furniture complete inside. It was just a few weeks away from opening and it had to be one of the flag ship hotels of Beijing. It is NOT the CCTV building although it is in the same complex.

As for if fireworks can ignite that fire,  well we had a very unpleasent experience this CNY in our apartment complex. A whole apartment was burned down to ashes when a firecracker flew into an apartment and set fire to the curtains! We were all  lucky to have a fire station near by and the good guidance by both the complex management and the authorities (firemen, police and emergency services) avoided any casualties.

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Post time 2009-2-10 14:09:52 |Display all floors

Forget about him satsu_jin

Originally posted by satsu_jin at 2009-2-10 14:02



This is a malicious imputation. Any proof?


For some reason hard to expalin he is a very resented  Canadian person who is (or had been) living in China. Not all have had good experiences here and some (like is the case) tend to rant more than others.

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Post time 2009-2-10 14:19:24 |Display all floors

Chinese tv station on fire

The Chinese firework is great but shows a little bit crazy in annual spring festival

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Post time 2009-2-10 15:43:06 |Display all floors
Originally posted by mengzhi at 2009-2-10 08:10
Well well well , isn't naive the nerd alert and annoying ?  He has just wet and dirtied himself rushing into posting this disaster befallen China , with glee and triumphalism .

There was no glee or triumphalism in Rudi's post. It was breaking news and a legitimate subject for a post here.
Many Beijingers in the area also apparently thought this fire was news too, as they took pictures and videos of the event which are now seen on news media and websites. Are those people "gleeful and triumphant" ?
As Loststar said, the building did have some CCTV offices although thankfully it was not the larger HQ building with the even more striking design.


Originally posted by mengzhi at 2009-2-10 08:10
What an empty cranium masquerading as a brain .  Four by Two timber is what the Aussies call such " talent ".

Do you mean "thick as two short planks"? That is an expression more likely used in reference to you, Mengzhi, not Iamnaive.
"他不是救星, 他是一个非常淘气男孩" - Monty Python

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