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Post time 2008-4-15 14:06:53 |Display all floors
Originally posted by seneca at 2008-4-15 11:14
WHy do we need Chinese "journalists" in any country outside of China? ...


Why do we need someone with broken  grammar work here as illegal english teacher?
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Post time 2008-4-15 14:08:01 |Display all floors
Originally posted by zglobal at 2008-4-15 13:42
yes, agree with you correction...Gulp....

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Post time 2008-4-15 15:38:32 |Display all floors

Reply #33 glaznozt's post

Yes, I was scanning over the posts here, bored at work.  I agree that the original post was primarily to draw in the blindly patriotic Chinese nationalists.

The best way for China to save face would be to allow the foreign journalists into Tibet to report what is actually happening.   By keeping people out, it only invites speculation and encourages the anti-China bias

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Post time 2008-4-15 15:43:00 |Display all floors

Reply #32 knight778's post

I can understand why some people on these boards can't understand the fundamental differences between the media systems in free and open democratic countries, and the media system in China.

For one thing, media systems in "western" countries, while far from perfect, are more often than not critical of abuses of power and corruption within the government.   Open up an American paper, and there is story after story explaining problems in America's system.

In China, this is totally absent, and corruption and abuses of power are generally swept under the rug...

At the end of the day, unless reformed,  this will limit China's ability to be a major world power

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Post time 2008-4-15 16:53:04 |Display all floors
Tibet is a part of China .
If someone part it from China.It's not our friends,but a enemy.

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Post time 2008-4-16 15:01:24 |Display all floors
Originally posted by seneca at 2008-4-16 13:55
Look what happens when you rely on monopoly news services (such as Xinhua and the CD): The facts get controlled. 70% "good" versus 30% "bad".

It can be seen in how infamous incidents and historic accidents are still being swept under the carpet... virtually all the last 40 years - as far as the unglamorous aspects are concerned -  are still uncharted, virgin news territory... ...


Any data or facts to support your claim?

Or just bullsh!tting as usual?
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