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Post time 2012-4-18 14:56:01 |Display all floors
LaughsatYou Post time: 2012-4-18 04:33
Even chinese know to take their state media with a grain of salt...

You don't know that only make a guess at something you like to think. Many Chinese take their media serious and this can be known by why so many buy newspaper. If they think it false they would not be buy it. In on more than that China people are same as in west where some may think it false and other not but not all and your claim is easy to prove false.

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Post time 2012-4-18 17:06:13 |Display all floors
ttt222 Post time: 2012-4-12 09:51
"China is a socialist country ruled by law, and the sanctity and authority of law shall not be tra ...

The decision on Bo's case matches the trend of building a lawful country.

is it yr real thoughts? how long did you live in china?

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Post time 2012-4-18 17:11:04 |Display all floors
This post was edited by Mrdevil at 2012-4-18 17:11
NE_Tigress Post time: 2012-4-13 01:00
I know what I have been talking about Mr. Soapy.

AWW is a proven culprit who evaded 18 million yu ...


they said she is criminal and she is guilty...solid evidence?

you will get what proves you expected soon or not depends on...

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Post time 2012-4-19 01:05:47 |Display all floors
wowzers Post time: 2012-4-17 23:56
Who owns Mao's millions?
By Michael Bristow
BBC News, Beijing

I am very grateful to you for this post as the other poster did not seem to be willing to provide anything other than his beliefs. The article is very interesting and especially with regard to the idea that the money is still there. As a writer from 1921 onwards, Mao published quite a lot of articles and poems and even some of his calligraphy is quite famous. I would say that the 1967 figure of 400,000 pounds is quite paltry in relation to the idea of how many pieces were published since 1921 which did suggest as I stated that even though the 'Red Book' was free to Chinese (more than 1 billion copies) it did produce revenues from other countries through normal royalty arrangements. In fact given that many writers would normally become massively wealthy, this is a nominal sum if you add the other printed works and the time frame. I state that from the point of view that Mao is nominated as one of the top 100 of all the most influential people in history. I do not seek to praise Mao but rather to reiterate the point that he did not aspire to personal wealth as suggested by the other poster. The fact that there were some royalties albeit not that large in relation to his fame, it does show that this wealth did not accumulate from ‘milking’ the Chinese people as so heinously suggested previously. As for becoming massively wealthy from the sale of Chinese newspapers and magazines that is obviously pure fantasy.  Thank you again.

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Post time 2012-4-19 01:07:41 |Display all floors
seneca Post time: 2012-4-18 18:09
Thanks for posting this.

I have read what I said in a number of printed books, including Mao's p ...

I think that you have missed the point by a long way. It actually shows that given the time frame and numbers involved that you are not even close.

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Post time 2012-4-19 01:12:41 |Display all floors
seneca Post time: 2012-4-18 18:13
But I DO KNOW. In point of fact there aren't many ordinary Chinese who actually read any printed p ...

It would seem you live in a fantasy world. How can you possibly know what 1.3 billion people do in China on a daily basis, and you should also show how you are able to know in your own idea how all state employees are forced to buy a daily paper?  You quote one hotel as a means of your knowledge and I cannot believe you feel that is enough. I hope that you can do better than that as it does not provide anything other than your belief.

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Post time 2012-4-19 08:53:30 |Display all floors
saltandpepper Post time: 2012-4-14 03:47
"Power struggle" ?

You are really funny.

It shows how China needs enemy outside, otherwise Chinese would fight among themselves, it is an old truth.

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