Anti-China protests in Oslo over Nobel peace prize


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And the Chinese embarrasment continues... Good job on the Confucius prize... it may have worked better if the morons informed the winner of what was going on...

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the Confucius prize is another counterfeiting from China.

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In Beijing, China handed out its newly inaugurated Confucius Peace Prize—hastily created as a riposte to the Nobel—honoring former Taiwanese Vice President Lien Chan. In a chaotic ceremony Thursday, Lien was absent and his aides seemed not to know anything about it. Instead, a small, unnamed girl accepted it on his behalf.


How childish can you get?

Yeah, if you want to be treated as a superpower, then you must be able to take debates and criticisms. Obviously China has shown that it is not yet ready to step up on the superpower stage lights.

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