Hong Kong: Boycotting Beijing Olympic

Kursk writes in his blog that he will boycott Beijing Olympic to protest against the arrest of Hu Jia [zh].

4 comments

  • Why don’t you guys come to China to see what did really happen here. China is a beautiful country, I’m living in China now.
    China is a developing country, and don’t be afraid of that. I know the things happened in Tibet, and I feel very sorry about that too. But Tibet is a part of China since hundreds years ago.
    The US and some western countries want Tibet be seperated from China, and began to trick the Tibetian into make movement, so then, conflict started. The conflict is fierce, both side has death. The only one who doesn’t get hurt is the US, who started it indeed.
    But all I want to say, the whole thing is a politician’s plot, NOT we common people want. We, Chinese people, are very honoured to host the Olympics, and we take many many many afforts for that. Please, don’t let the politician fool us around, come to China, and see the truth by yourself.

  • Ian Cadiz

    I’m sure that China is a very spontaneous country, very beautiful. But, why don’t you live in Tibet? Maybe your thought will change.

  • Knights

    Ian Cadiz,

    Hey I am currently living in U.S.A, and I have lived in China for couple years due to job, I will move to Tibet in 2010 to live for couple years. . . .

  • Jerry G.

    “June 3rd, 2008 at 18:49 pm Ian Cadiz:
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    I’m sure that China is a very spontaneous country, very beautiful. But, why don’t you live in Tibet? Maybe your thought will change.”

    Sontaneous? What was that supposed to mean? Ian Cadiz, What the heck do you know about China? Does people desiring to move to the U.S. make it heaven?
    Wherever is gliukang: living doesn’t matter, it’s his/her view about China that counts.

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