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Posted in: Chinese people vexed by Communist Party's image among Japanese See in context

We are so eager to tout in the west the ability to think with objectivity and independently, the comments in this board have proven the sentiment is a perverted illusion of the human mind.

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Posted in: Chinese people vexed by Communist Party's image among Japanese See in context

I’ve been to China and had a great time. There are some of the world’s kindest, most genuine people. Not sure what’s all the hate is about. Everyone should visit so one can see it firsthand instead of just reading about it from mass media reports.

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Posted in: Mask diplomacy: China tries to rewrite virus narrative See in context

@honestdictator

I call things out as I see it. You and many others here are always perceived to be illogical western apologists with which the west is never held accountable for any of their wrong doing. I am disillusioned by the supposedly superior first world reasoning and mentality. Pandemics are a thing of nature, and it will always be. iIt is not intentional nor created by man. Let’s not cast blame just because you have a dim view of the Chinese people or the CCP.

West good, China baaad much mate?

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Posted in: Many countries take harsh steps as they struggle to contain virus See in context

No virus is nearly as contagious as the mass media hysteria.

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Posted in: China to cut tariffs on $75 billion in U.S. imports See in context

It’s not a win, it’s called going back to square one.

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Posted in: What will happen to Ghosn when his 22-day detention ends on Monday? See in context

@JeffLee

All countries in the world has their own “fair” legal system. Just because the system isn’t one you particularly agree on or different from the one you are familiar with does not mean the country in question doesn’t “respect” the legal system. The west has lost its moral high ground since 1972—their chauvinistic ways allow them to make the rules and break them at will; all in the name of “fair” legal system. Guantanamo bay.

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Posted in: What will happen to Ghosn when his 22-day detention ends on Monday? See in context

It is unbelievable so many in the west supporting Ghosn while cheering for the arrest of the Huawei CFO. Democracies in name only?

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Posted in: Countering China: U.S., Japan and India push for open Asia See in context

Open question: which of the three so called “Leaders of the free world” in the picture represents the country that lead the invasions of sovereign countries in the past 25 years? I hope the other two “leaders” are standing on the right side of history.

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Posted in: China marks 80th anniversary of Nanjing Massacre, but Xi silent See in context

Your way to divide the world and people remind me of the past imperialistic Japan. You may claim that Japanese is superior race than all other races on earth, including western races. That would be a truly fundamental difference. Believable or not is a different matter.

Akie,

Thank you. Your comment is the most enlightened in this discussion. Even in the year 2017, the self proclaimed, "enlighten", and "civilized" populations of the world still hold western imperialistic beliefs. Divide and conquer is the ultimate agenda.

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Posted in: China maintains reign over world supercomputer rankings: survey See in context

@beowulfokami

From whom is China stealing from if no other entities can best the Chinese performance? I am not trying to be argumentative, I want to be enlightened.

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Posted in: No bad behavior please: Grammys cleans up act to meet China's demands See in context

Money is the heart and soul of the Gramy's.

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Posted in: China's reforms not enough to arrest mounting debt: Moody's See in context

It is Moody's that deserves a credit rating downgrade. It proves itself woefully incompetent and conceivably criminal for their role in the 2008 housing crash---which is bandaged with even more debt and QE. Moody's has lost all of its credibility and their assessments should be taken with a grain of salt.

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