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Post time 2018-12-7 09:26:19 |Display all floors
The lady executive arrested in Canada was a vice CEO of a big company, and also the daughter of the CEO but with different family name, what is the reason for that? Can anyone who knows well about the family relation of Chinese people explain? If a son or a daughter doesn't carry the family name (the surname of his/her father), can he or she be counted as the children of blood?

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Post time 2018-12-7 17:21:54 |Display all floors
After the country's foreign office made protest, the lcoal authori-ty of Shenzhen issued the same protest, but it looks so funny, does the man in the seat know what he is doing? What does a city do before a country? Or can a city have its own voice in foreign matter?

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Post time 2018-12-7 19:31:13 |Display all floors
Meng the CFO of Huawei, is the eldest daughter of the president of Huawei from the latter's first marriage.

He mother's surname was Meng and the woman took over her mom's surname by her own volition when she was still in her teens.

She is still one out of four vice-chairpersons of Huawei in the line-up, and her impending arrest and extradition to the U.S. is a warlike act by the Americans at the behest of such characters as Senator Rubio who is actively working towards the goal of becoming the next U.S. presidential candidate for his party, and who else is more suitable to be used for bashing purposes as the daughter of Huawei's president.

Her arrest is the solid proof that the New Cold War is already upon us, although some darn fools working as full-time professors in well-known Chinese institutions are still voicing their opinions that a cold war is impossible -- despite the fact that the war is literally staring them in the face.

Why aren't they able to see the forest even as they watch their little tree through their office window?

That's because they haven't seriously studied American history like they should -- especially the part of U.S. historical narratives concerning the African-Americans and the Native Americans -- through the eyes of the natives and not through the lies told by WASP Americans.

Mike Pence didn't make his original speech in a vacuum, nor his bellicose speech on the spur of the moment at the recent APEC meeting.

The speech, as I had predicted, was in fact a prelude to the Cold War announced by him in the October 4th speech.

I was waiting for the results of the G20 meeting to see if the Sun could actually arise from the west before I launch my own counter-attack against the self-styled 'experts' working as professors in well-known Chinese intitutions.

The results have shown unequivocally that I was correct and they were wrong -- that indeed my analysis was down-to-earth and theirs were superficial and perfunctory.

Weren't these gentlemen supposed to be leaders in their field of expertise?  

Why is it true that their statement "there couldn't be any Cold War because China didn't want one" is the epitome of folly?

For illustrative purposes, just look at the results of the G20 meeting and Meng's case.

I have never heard of a similar case in which the CFO of a major company in a leading nation gets arrested in a third country according to national laws of the second country to which it is being extradited.

There's no doubt in my mind that Trump and his team knew about Ms. Meng's pending arrest as she was transiting through Canada to go to a third nation.

So everything that transpired and agreed to at the talks should be rejected outright as China's support to the rule of international law and Huawei because the entire edifice upon which Huawei has built its credibility and global respect is not only its technological prowess, but that it has a strong motherland as its support.

If our government appears weak at this juncture and not make the strongest DEMAND for Meng's immediate release, a huge chunk of the Western world will abandon Huawei's 5G standard because people would feel uncomfortable in the presence of a weak government which cannot protect its own citizens from unlawful arrest.

Just think how the U.S. would react if one of its ordinary citizens gets arrested in China legally for a criminal offense -- Trump asked the Chinese leader for the man's release during his first visit to Beijing in 2017 and it was done pronto without any legal proceedings in China -- which at the time already made a mockery of Chinese law in front of the world's audience.

Just remember how the entire U.S. welcomed the return of several convicted U.S. citizens back from North Korea.

People will contrast in their minds the worth of such ordinary U.S. citizens with that of VIP citizens like Ms. Meng, the eldest daughter of Huawei's president, who has not disobeyed any law other than what the U.S. had unilaterally claimed to be punishable as part of its sanctions against a third nation -- Iran..

It is time for the Chinese side to show more than just verbal protests and demand Meng's immediate return from Canada -- or let the Canadians face serious consequences.

China should tell Trudeau to get lost in no uncertain terms, and that he's not worthy of his late dad the former Canadian president Pierre Trudeau.

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Post time 2018-12-7 19:31:48 |Display all floors
Meng the CFO of Huawei, is the eldest daughter of the president of Huawei from the latter's first marriage.

He mother's surname was Meng and the woman took over her mom's surname by her own volition when she was still in her teens.

She is still one out of four vice-chairpersons of Huawei in the line-up, and her impending arrest and extradition to the U.S. is a warlike act by the Americans at the behest of such characters as Senator Rubio who is actively working towards the goal of becoming the next U.S. presidential candidate for his party, and who else is more suitable to be used for bashing purposes as the daughter of Huawei's president.

Her arrest is the solid proof that the New Cold War is already upon us, although some darn fools working as full-time professors in well-known Chinese institutions are still voicing their opinions that a cold war is impossible -- despite the fact that the war is literally staring them in the face.

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Post time 2018-12-8 15:59:09 |Display all floors
wchao37 Post time: 2018-12-7 19:31
Meng the CFO of Huawei, is the eldest daughter of the president of Huawei from the latter's first ma ...
Meng the CFO of Huawei, is the eldest daughter of the president of Huawei from the latter's first marriage.

He mother's surname was Meng and the woman took over her mom's surname by her own volition when she was still in her teens.

Since she has chosen her divorced mother's surname, that means she doesn't like to have the formal relation with her own father, but then she went to her father's company and later become a top officer there, so we can see this woman is not an honest one. And it is also interesting to find that reporters revealed her identity even when a stranger reader was not led to associate her with the big boss of HW when seeing her name for the first time.

Shenzhen also looked childish in handling diplomatic matter, maybe thinking itself being HK, which lodged a protest a few years back when HK tourists were killed in the Philippines.

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Post time 2018-12-9 04:50:27 |Display all floors
This post was edited by wchao37 at 2018-12-9 04:54
Since she has chosen her divorced mother's surname, that means she doesn't like to have the formal relation with her own father, but then she went to her father's company and later become a top officer there, so we can see this woman is not an honest one. And it is also interesting to find that reporters revealed her identity even when a stranger reader was not led to associate her with the big boss of HW when seeing her name for the first time.

Wrongful extrapolation of erroneous logic in your argument.

Her changing her surname had nothing to do with her dad.  It was due to a older relative on her maternal side that she admired.  It was common practice in China at the time to adopt one's maternal surname.  Chairman Mao's own daughter Li Na was named after her mom.

How can you then call her dishonest without even knowing the facts surrounding the use of her surname?

The only one dishonest is you -- talking as if you know details about her.

Shenzhen also looked childish in handling diplomatic matter, maybe thinking itself being HK, which lodged a protest a few years back when HK tourists were killed in the Philippines.

Another headless and tail-less comment.  

No city can look 'childish' -- not in a million years.

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Post time 2018-12-9 21:44:08 |Display all floors
It was common practice in China at the time to adopt one's maternal surname.  Chairman Mao's own daughter Li Na was named after her mom.
Oh really? I don't think so. What I know is that it is the convention that children carry their father's name and only under unusual circumstances does one change his or her surname or follow the surname of his or her mother. Chairman Mao's daughter was believed to be born in a war time so he did not want to get her in troubles because Mao was not a usual surname like Wang, Li, Zhou, etc. And also Meng was born in 1972, and Li who was born in 1940s was old enough to be her mother, but you said or looked  to say these two women were at the same age. What is your logic?

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