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So, are you a Uighers or Malayan jungle rat?



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I've made my living, Mr. Thompson, in large part as a gambler. Some days I make twenty bets, some days I make none. There are weeks, sometimes months, in fact, when I don't make any bet at all because ...

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Post time 2013-11-28 08:48:42 |Display all floors

RE: Anti-graft agencies expand presence online

"China has allowed itself to be infested with parasites, the likes of seneca, and the BBS CD is one of the many breeding grounds."
ChINA, WAKE UP!  It is that obvious that ..........

"When there is no enemy within, the enemies outside cannot hurt you"

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Post time 2013-11-28 09:42:24 |Display all floors
So, are you a Uighers or Malayan jungle rat?



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Those bombers in Beijing says the exact same thing as you.

You, a Uighers?




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Post time 2013-12-2 10:49:54 |Display all floors
Official caught trying to flee nation
Global Times | 2013-11-28 23:53:01
By Chen Ximeng

The Ministry of Educationconfirmed on Thursday that a former official of the prestigious Renmin University of China (RUC) is under investigation, vowing to punish any university admissions official who abuses their power.

Xu Mei, spokeswoman of the Ministry of Education, said at a news conference in Beijing that Cai Rongsheng, former head of the RUC's student admission office, was under investigation.

She added that the ministry has paid high attention to corruption in universities, and requires the RUC to cooperate with the probe, according to the news portal People's Daily Online.

A publicity official with the university, who asked not to be named, confirmed with the Global Times on Thursday that Cai was under investigation.

But he refused to reveal the reasons why he was probed by the disciplinary body, and made no comment on the alleged bribery reported by the media.  

Wang Jian, the deputy secretary of the university's discipline inspection commission, told the Legal Mirror newspaper on Wednesday that Cai was caught at an immigration check in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province.

The university has required the officials at the level of deputy director or higher to hand over their passports, and insiders with the university said that more people involved with the case will be probed, Caixin magazine reported.

Cai, 48, was also a professor in economics in the university, and was the former or current independent director of at least seven corporations, said Caixin on Thursday.  

An insider told the Beijing Times that Cai was likely to be probed for corruption about his role in the RUC's independent enrollment.

The national policy was launched in 2003 in some key universities, entitling them to enroll students according to their own criteria. The RUC started its own enrollment in 2005.

Students who pass the independent entrance exams organized by the qualified universities are given some slack on the results from taking the gaokao (national college entrance examinations).

Cai's case has once again sparked off public discussion over the independent enrollment policy and the heavy bureaucracy of Chinese universities.

Those who support the new enrollment policy praised it for giving more autonomy to the universities without limiting them to the sole criteria of the the gaokao score.

But the gaokao, while widely disliked, is also seen as a gatekeeper against corruption.

The power of the faculty administrators should be restrained by regulations and supervised by the public, otherwise it will cause the abuse of power and the embezzlement of public resources as in Cai's case, Li Qi, a professor of education at the Beijing Normal University, told the Global Times on Thursday.

Universities should promote anti-bureaucracy reforms and let academic experts take charge of the management instead of government-appointed officials, giving the schools more autonomy to make decisions based on their own needs, said Li.   

In 2011, the university was put under the national spotlight when it recruited a 11-year-old boy from Yunnan Province. It was disclosed online that his father had spent millions of yuan to win him admission at the university.

Xu Mei said that the ministry has repeatedly emphasized the fairness, justice and transparency of independent recruitment and the universities will be punished for any violations of the regulations.



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Post time 2013-12-10 14:43:35 |Display all floors

RE: Anti-graft agencies expand presence online

sansukong Post time: 2013-11-28 07:48
"China has allowed itself to be infested with parasites, the likes of seneca, and the BBS CD is one  ...

The Chinese government is looking at tossing out reporters from The New York Times and Bloomberg News.

At the same time, why is the Chinese Government not keen in looking to expel those "parasites" operating in the local main media within China?

为什么中国政府并不积极,在找驱逐那些“寄生虫”,
在当地主要媒体操作在里面中国呢?

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Post time 2013-12-19 13:14:21 |Display all floors
China can't cede agenda-setting to Western media

Global Times | 2013-12-17 0:43:02
By Global Times
Excerpt:
Information technology brought by the Internet has added the uncertainties in a society, which China needs time to adapt itself to. Many storms from the West created by the Internet are from within, which indicate that the West has also set boundaries for information flow. No country would allow its information gate open wide unguarded.

China and the West may have further frictions over opinions which may evolve into diplomatic discord. Even so, China's stance should never change.

China should have its own judgment. The Western media will have an advantage in public discourse for a long time and would like to become a force that can influence China. But they will be challenged by our wisdom and determination.

Note: If China were to lose in any anticipated confrontation, the cause would more likely be, self-inflicted!


注意到:
如果中国是输
任何预期的对抗,
它较可能是
自找的!

Note: Translation...(not absolute)...





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Post time 2013-12-19 13:54:14 |Display all floors
sansukong Post time: 2013-12-19 13:14
China can't cede agenda-setting to Western media

Global Times | 2013-12-17 0:43:02

No......not self inflicted......but inflicted by rats.....of rat quality and by rats.




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