China: Who Attack Jin Jing?

Jin Jing is one of the torch bearer attacked by a so-called Tibet Independent activist in Paris. The incident results in public outrage because Jin Jing is a disabled person. Babaxiaoqian found out that the person who attacked Jin Jing might not be Tibetan but friend of the pro-China demonstrators.

11 comments

  • ken

    1 can you assumed that they are friends because they walk on one road at the same time?他们走路距离近 你就能推定他们朋友了吗?
    2、qiu yu said she had a friend with dark-skin so the attacker maybe her friends? how rediculous the conclusion is.

    even babaxiaoqiang didnt point out the man mightbe a friend of qiuyu. so what?

  • […] is also new evidence, discovered by Oiwan Lam at Global Voices Online, indicating that the attacker may in fact have been an ethnic Chinese who was paid to play the role […]

  • China finds an Olympic hero at last…

    For much of the last two weeks its seemed as if China couldn’t catch a PR break around the Torch Relay….

  • […] One Chinese blogger, Babaxiaoqian, thinks that the torch grabber might not even be Tibetan at all. Oiwan Lam at Global Voices Online points to Xiaoqian’s post where he carefully dissects two photographs of Chinese and Tibetan […]

  • Wei

    From the picture, it seems a few pro chinese and pro Tibetan protestors walking together.

    Nothing to suggest he is a friend of Chinese supporters.

  • this is just intoxication. Come on!

    And Lady Di was killed by Chinese Government too?

    Please show some respect.

  • zy

    ridiculous evidence…they were just heading to the same destination.

  • henry

    Please not be so CNN!

  • I think everybody burst into tears when they saw her protect the torch with all your effort.
    Jin Jing defend the Olympic spirit…

    We should shame….
    NO VIOLENT for everybody….

  • Spriglief

    The Torch Bearers

    The ?Boys in Blue?
    at the run
    formed a scrum
    and the ceremony
    was filled with acrimony
    as the Olympic torch became their bone,
    Dobermans showing their teeth to the crowds.

    This is America, not in America,
    America?s runner screamed, ?They can?t do that to me!?
    With the pride of a former slave daughter,
    Majora Cartora refused to roll over
    and her adopted Tibetan flag was taken away.
    Shocked she cried, ?This is America!
    Not in America, they can?t do that to me!?

    Blessed is the one whose strength
    loosens the weighted chains.
    Damned are those who for base medal
    slip on a dog?s chains.
    Kiran Bedi, India?s torch bearer,
    Refused to ?run in a cage.?
    She carried herself with honor.

    It was little Jin Jing,
    crippled, unable to run,
    who carried the torch.
    For China, for the world,
    She transcending the nation?s fiery nationalism,
    and the Olympic flame glowed
    brightly in her cheeks.

    Behind the Great Net-e-citizen Wall of China,
    spoken over angry nationalist tirades,
    during the home coming parade,
    Jin Jing spoke not for her country
    Or an international commercial company,
    She spoke for the grocer workers,
    Renouncing the anti-French Carrefour boycott.

    The Torch Bearers,
    Jin Jing, chipping at the e-wall,
    Kiran Bedi, plucky with the authorities,
    Majora Cartora?s, thwarted heart,
    In them the flame burns,
    With Olympic aspirations,
    Before the assemble crowds.

    End

    Vid Clips

    The Blue Boys:
    http://youtube.com/watch?v=qOebKNPjGus
    Majora Cartora:
    http://youtube.com/watch?v=la43HAPqCNk
    Kiran Bedi:
    http://youtube.com/watch?v=5wrM9FI89b4
    Jin Jing:
    http://youtube.com/watch?v=xz17p1kI5Jc&feature=related

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