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This post was edited by edisonone at 2017-4-29 19:53

So stuupid of us Chinese...


I mean if she was found guilty by a Chinese court for spying, then why deportation? Why not imprisonment, in China, for her crime?


Look, if it was one of our people in the US, like Chi Mak for instance if the charges was true, will the Americans have them deported back to China?


OF COURSE NOT!


Yes Beijing, what about our people? What are they, chopped liver?!!


China deports US woman convicted of 'spying'


An American woman convicted of espionage this week has been deported by China, a human rights group that campaigned for her release said Saturday, removing a source of tensions between Washington and Beijing.


Sandy Phan-Gillis was detained in March 2015 at the Macau border after visiting mainland China with a trade delegation from the Texas oil capital Houston. She was accused of espionage, stealing state secrets and allegedly passing on intelligence to a third party. She was sentenced to three and a half years in prison and deportation on Wednesday.


On Friday, "Phan-Gillis was deported. She arrived in Los Angeles the same day. She was met upon arrival by her husband and members of her family," the Dui Hua group said in a statement.







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We deport many Chinese students for spying every year

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According to an archive version of the site, Phan-Gillis has family origins in southern China but was born in Vietnam.

She left the country in the late 1970s as part of the exodus of "boat people" who fled Communist rule.

Rather simple the explanation,
China don't want to be to harsh on its own people.

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This post was edited by edisonone at 2017-4-30 06:20
emanreus Post time: 2017-4-30 02:01
According to an archive version of the site, Phan-Gillis has family origins in southern China but w ...

emanreus, when I was on visit in Vietnam(on the insistance of the "romanticism" of the Mrs. of course), our tour guide was third generation Chinese from Hanoi area. And Man!!!, whether its because of state sponsorship of terrorism or if its her own accord, she was selling the border war right smack in our faces throughout the visit "as an invasion of their country of the century" all the while ignoring totally the Vietnam war. I mean the thanks we Chinese get for our part in the manning the AAA's and of the SAM's which took out many of those B-52's over the skies of Hanoi and of Haiphong, and the sacrafice many a Chinese had made in keeping the Ho Chi Ming trial open so that they can realize their longing of national salvation. Once again, if Chi Mak is not deported to China, then why are we deporting this prosti'tute to the US? Things have to make sense you know and this case just isn't sensuble at all. Another of our weaknesses I guess.


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