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Kurt Wüthrich, Swiss scientist and Nobel Prize winner for Chemistry in 2002, shows his permanent residence card at the Shanghai Exit-Entry Administration Bureau, April 2, 2018. [Photo: Chinanews.com]

(China Plus) Kurt Wüthrich, a Swiss scientist and the winner of Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2002, has become a permanent resident of Shanghai.

Wuthrich earned his Nobel Prize for developing nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy to help ascertain the size and structure of biological macromolecules.

The 79-year-old received his permanent residence card at Shanghai Exit-Entry Administration Bureau on Monday, April 2, 2018.

Wüthrich, who works at Shanghai Science and Technology University, is the first ever Nobel laureate to gain a Chinese permanent residence card, a Chinese green card.

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China is the only country in the world that refers to permanent residents as "foreigners". The meaning of the word foreign is strange or unknown. The people that are issued greencards are longtime contributors to the country, they are well known. But in China it's a matter of superiority, they need to demean racial minorities to feel superior. It is a made in China sickness.

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Post time 2018-4-4 07:27:42 |Display all floors
Congrats, Mr. Wuethrich!

Let "Chinese Green Card" become an honour to EARN, to cherish.

Don't grant it to China bashers, Western womanisers, etc, as China is crowded enough and there are not spaces for them.

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tainan-liu Post time: 2018-4-3 21:21
China is the only country in the world that refers to permanent residents as "foreigners". The meani ...

Long-term residency rights for non-Chinese are still a revolutionary new development. Don't spoil the nationalist happiness of a few Chinese. Remember China has no homegrown Nobel prize winners and it is doing all it can to attract those who got one. Now they have snared a 79-year-old "foreigner" because he has a Nobel prize.

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seneca Post time: 2018-4-4 13:06
Long-term residency rights for non-Chinese are still a revolutionary new development. Don't spoil  ...

Epstein

You have forgotten Israel Epstein and Sidney Shapiro.
9/11 was an inside job.
No second plane.It was a bomb.Bomb in the other building.
You KNOW without a doubt the videos are fake,right ?!
Planes don't meld into steel and concrete buildings.They crash into them !!!!!!!
It's amazing how the building ate the plane !!!
Imagine those fragile wings cutting slots in massive steel columns !!!!!
How STUPID can they think the people are to believe that crap ??!!

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petera Post time: 2018-4-6 19:12
Epstein

You have forgotten Israel Epstein and Sidney Shapiro.

I haven't forgotten them.

But I don't think the C.P.C. would reward hordes of foreign Communist sympathisers with permanent residency rights just because they support the C.P.C. through every lie or propaganda façade. The C.P.C. does not want to reward foreign Communists. It has trouble recruiting honst and reliable national Communists. It would be impossible for the Party to recruit as many foreign Communists as they nominally have from the Chinese people.

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Post time 2018-4-8 22:35:05 |Display all floors
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Believe it or not, it's true.

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