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Swarovski latest luxury brand to apologize to China

By Astrid Stawiarz

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There's no personal preference in front of national sovereignty

Get a life!

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albaleo, if Chinese people try to get a life, they’ll be persecuted terribly. They must toe the party line. Oh, hey panda faced Xi.

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The things you have to do to make money in China

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But China insists on the sovereignty of China over Tibet and Taiwan.

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Taiwan is not part of China. Why don't they apologize to Taiwan?

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"Better the pride that resides in a citizen of the world ... than the pride that divides when a colourful rag is unfurled."

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Not surprised from an Austrian company. 70 years ago the welcomed fascism with open arms. Recently they voted for extreme right wing government.

Although I understand it is difficult to take position here... giving in is for sure the best way that you do everything for money... like a prosti***** ?

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Austrians are intelligent and fair.

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Shame on Swarowsky, Zara and co. all apologizing for stating the reality. Prostitutes! HK is indeed different and independent. To hell with China and her wananbe ego.

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Austrians are intelligent and fair.

Not always.

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