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China: Sharon Stone on Earthquake

Lam Kay pointed out that the mainstream media had mistranslated[zh] Sharon Stone's comment on Sichuan earthquake and caused a lot of misunderstandings in the Chinese world.

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  • Joe of Australia

    By the way forgot to mention. I didn’t have a chance to read the Chinese translation. not readily available here and my PC is not set up to read Chinese. I watched the video clip and I was offended. I guess the translation is “Bo-ying” in Cantonese or “Bau-Yin” in Putonghua. That is how I would translate it. I don’t think I have lost my Chinese capability although it has been 50 years in another country.

  • dalai liar lama (as he is known in Tibet) brain washed Richard Gere, Uma Thurman, Harrison Ford, sharon stone… etc to do his dirty works of fabricating & telling lies about Tibet & tibetans. Tibet is an autonomous region (self-ruled by the local residents) There are many ethnic groups live in tibet…such as Lhoba, Moinba, Naxi, NU, Drung, Mongolian, Sherpa, Han, Hui, Deng, Tibetan.
    The land of tibet was part of China for more than 1,400 yrs. At that time the present ethnic tibetan were not even there. The majority (more than 99% of tibet residents ) they considered themselves Chinese & wanted to remain as part of China. They disagreed with dalai liar lama for independent tibet, & the land of tibet political future is for the local Tibetans (consists of many ethnic groups) to decide & they do not want dalia liar lama alone to decide for them. Those few trouble- makers (dalai liar lama & his little group plan & incite to loot & riot even killing his own tibetans) cannot detate policy for them & from time to time try to get a few troublemakers (dressed up as monks) to loot & riot. Foreigners visit tibet never seen those lies that told by dalai liar lama. Dalai Lama had done towards his own people when he enslaved, tortured and murdered Tibetans under his rule as a self-proclaimed god. High priests (monks) owned all the land & ordinary people work for them for little food. High priests did not provide any schooling, health care…….etc. Tibetans used to slaughter their animals any where & every where & created very unsanitary conditions (for food & environment) & China central government built several animal slaughter houses for them. & also built indoor markets for them to sell foods & produce. The March 08 riot was instigated by dalai liar lama, criminals were dressed up as monks burned down 6 hospitals, looted the shops before burn them (people were burned to death in their shops), killed local tibetan security personnel (they are self-ruled).
    Over the years China have built many hospitals, schools, colleges, universities, roads, railway – carry fresh vegetables, fruits to Lahsa at a bargain price, all the local products can be carried away to be sold, with railway people can travel in faster speed & in comfort at bargain price. Tremendously improve local living standard, income, housing, employment, supply of daily necessary goods.dalia liar lama create more troubles for the people in tibet by making their life miserable & unbearable (in rioting & looting by his incited criminals). tibetans used to die of very young age due to they drink very high fat content yak (tibetan cattle) milk & it was the Han who brought to them & continue regularly supplied them with tea to deal with high fat in their diet.

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