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Chinese reporter Rui Chenggang at G20 steals show and slammed [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2011-11-4 05:37:22 |Display all floors
Originally posted by ilearnabc at 2010-11-19 23:03
Can I represent Mr. Rui and get his salary from CCTV without his authorisation? If yes, okay, my dear Chenggang, you can represent me.


Yes, Ilea should definetly be seen as a representative of Rui Chenggang at his Payday,
and chinadaily should also pay for wronging her.
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Post time 2011-11-7 07:49:04 |Display all floors
Originally posted by LCSULLA at 2011-11-4 05:37


Yes, Ilea should definetly be seen as a representative of Rui Chenggang at his Payday,
and chinadaily should also pay for wronging her.



If she is an official in China, she will be one of the most corrupt ones !



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Post time 2011-11-7 07:58:13 |Display all floors
Originally posted by 468259058 at 2010-11-19 22:00
By Sunny Lee
Rui Chenggang, a reporter with China's CCTV. "I think I get to represent all of Asia," Rui told President Barak Obama during a press conference in G20, who said he would answer a final question from the press of Korea, the host.
"Unfortunately, I hate to disappoint you, President Obama, I;m actually Chinese," Rui said.
Obama clarified:"In fairness, though, I did say that I was going to let the Korean press aks the last question."
Rui was unwavering:"Will my Korean friends allow me to ask a question on your behalf? Yes or No?"


So, did he ask his question ?

Really, I see nothing wrong with what Rui Chenggang did.  After all, this is JOURNALISM and he did it in the SPIRIT of good journalism.  I have watched BBC's Hard Talk enough to observe tough journalism.  This shouldn't be anything new or rude to the politicians.

Of course, had China been one of USA's pet countries, like UK, Japan or S Korea, I am sure Mr Obama wouldn't mind answering one more question from the Chinese journalist .   Nothing is too rigid in Politics !


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When asked what they least admired about the West, they replied
MORAL DECAY, PROMISCUITY and pornography which...
DEGRADED women.

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Post time 2011-11-7 08:11:29 |Display all floors
Originally posted by ilearnabc at 2010-11-19 22:49

Few people has the objection for letting him ask Obama the question.

The crux is the word-represent he framed was faux pax. Needless to mention about numerous other Asian people such as Indians, Japanese,  Thais, etc, how come can he stand for Asian people without any authorisation?  I was represented unwittingly. So did numerous Asian people.

Why couldn't he say "As an Asian journalist, ..."?    I can forgive him if it was just the slip of tongue at the time, but he has a lot of gall claiming his remarks were appropriate.  That really grossed me out.


"I Learn ABC" (what a handle name and it is no wonder you call yourself that !)

I think what Rui said "represent" is PERFECTLY in order, and as a journalist from superpower China, he qualifies as one.  I am from Asia.

It is all your IGNORANCE that perhaps is troubling you.

Your PROBLEM is merely "Form over Substance " !  No need to be too rigid and such "quality" of yours hardly has a place in Journalism if you understand anything about journalism at all !

Let Mr Obama handle the situation and not a littletwit learning abc. (better you figure out the meaning of "Ban to Visit" before you raise your objections)



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When asked what they least admired about the West, they replied
MORAL DECAY, PROMISCUITY and pornography which...
DEGRADED women.

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