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Post time 2018-12-10 20:40:41 |Display all floors
RoccoSiffredi Post time: 2018-12-10 17:37
It is a very big and serious matter for one to change his given name, let alone the family name.

Wh ...

Listen, you can be here talking to yourself all day wondering why she changed her name.

The fact of the matter is that she changed it voluntarily with the consent of her father whom she respected very much.

Her dad let her start working at the front desk at Huawei in the beginning in order to train her from the lowest level up.  The fact that she accepted her assignment showed that she was in good terms with her dad, or else she would have continued with her original job unconnected to Huawei.

I am not interested so if you could please resist your urge to satisfy your curiosity here.

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Post time 2018-12-11 21:25:13 |Display all floors
Find a mirror to have a look of yourself, I can't believe you have ever learned some manners since childhood.


It is not so difficult to admit you are wrong, is it? Don't you think that in your whole life you are always winning? Even Chairman Mao himself made big mistakes not only once.

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Post time 2018-12-12 11:00:51 |Display all floors
Canada seems to be relaxing, Ms. Meng is on bail now but with severe conditions, that means China's pressure is not strong enough, only capturing a former spy is far from knocking out Canada, economic sanction should be imposed and right now I feel ashamed for those people living in Canada who used to have China as motherland.

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Post time 2018-12-12 11:02:20 |Display all floors
French people can express their opinion freely, why don't those Chinese-Canadians? Perhaps they have been used to the leisure life there, we should not rely on them when it comes to patriotism.

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Post time 2018-12-18 21:50:56 |Display all floors
This post was edited by Saul at 2018-12-18 09:12
kevinruud Post time: 2018-12-11 22:02
French people can express their opinion freely, why don't those Chinese-Canadians? Perhaps they have ...

There were several Chinese-Canadians at the court house to give her moral support.

Many seem to be afraid that they will be singled out and run into problems, not with the .govt, but with the locals.

Chinese are not loved in Canada at all, they are hated by almost all whites and especially by the First Nations People in BC and the East coast.


Oh, and the French have been here longer then the Chinese.
They are an intricate part of Canada.
Anger is an acid that can do more harm to the vessel in which it is stored than to anything on which it is poured. Mark Twain

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Post time 2018-12-18 22:53:27 |Display all floors
RoccoSiffredi Post time: 2018-12-11 21:25
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Just keep on sucking...

After the beginning of Gaige Kaifang on December 14, 1978, China pivoted towards the second item on the agenda -- the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and the U.S. two weeks later on January 1, 1979.

One name needs to be mentioned forty years after China started to dedicate her efforts towards economic growth -- ex-U.S. president Jimmy Carter --  who was last seen at George H.W. Bush's funeral a week ago.

It wasn't Carter's plan to strengthen China on January 1, 1979 as he proceeded to sign the document establishing the bilateral relationship, and he had no idea how such a relationship would fundamentally change the financial landscape of the world forty years on.

In the thick of the subprime economic crisis ten years ago in 2008, Carter visited China at the invitation of China's President Hu Jin-tao.   Henry A. Kissinger, Zbigniew Brzezinski and Brent Scowcroft, all former national security advisers, and a few others in the entourage, waxed nostalgic about those bygone days before the establishment of bilateral relations -- secret negotiations in Beijing, a Cold War alliance against the former Soviet Union, and the first visit to the United States by Deng Xiaoping, the paramount leader of the Chinese reform effort.

They mentioned some side issues, including tensions over Tibet and Taiwan.  But in the end, the American and Chinese leaders who toasted one another in Beijing chose to focus on China’s stunning economic growth and its place in the world in 2008, and how that might be different had relations between Washington and Beijing taken a different turn in 1979.

Carter himself emphasized that there was no more important diplomatic relationship in the world than the one that had grown between the PRC and the US. On that day, Mr. Carter’s speech opened a two-day conference to celebrate the normalization of relations between the United States and China.  He reminisced about how Deng had just adopted the new policy of Gaige Kaifang, transforming the Chinese economy into the juggernaut that it was even at that time in 2008.

It cannot be over-emphasized that the American and Chinese officials who negotiated for China’s reentry into the world were all there, sitting at an elongated table in the conference room, with Carter and his wife Rosalyn at the center.

Top Chinese officials included high-level foreign-affairs diplomats such as Qian Qichen,Tang Jiaxuan, and Li Zhaoxing,

During that meeting, Former F.M.Tang distinctively referred to the NATO bombing of the Chinese embassy in Belgrade, Yugoslavia in 1999. and mentioned that both sides needed to properly handle issues that concerned China’s core interests in Taiwan and Tibet so as to safeguard the larger interests of China-U.S. relations.

They discussed how the two nations were becoming ever more closely intertwined -- up to the year 2007 there were 145 pairs of sister cities, 10 percent of undergraduates at Yale University studying Chinese.  Former US NSA Brzezinski proposed a list of problems in the world that he said that China could help the US in solving --  the financial crisis, climate change, Iran’s nuclear program, disputes between India and Pakistan, the Israeli-Palestinian imbroglio, etc.

Such a meeting simply couldn't possibly be held in today's political environment. If the daughter of Sisco's CEO were in attendance, she probably would have been arrested in exchange for Meng Wanzhou, the daughter of Huawei's CEO.

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Post time 2018-12-18 23:16:02 |Display all floors
Saul Post time: 2018-12-18 21:50
There were several Chinese-Canadians at the court house to give her moral support.

Many seem to be ...

I believe support for Meng has to come at the national level.

Even if the entire Vancouver citizenry turned out in front of the courthourse it wouldn't have made a difference.  You can't expect all the locals to understand international politics and many of them have never been to China.

Your statement about the First Nations people in BC is inaccurate.  Several of them are my friends and those who understand international politics think of her as one of their own.

The Canadian government hadn't treated them well, following the steps of the Yankees in Washington State in mistreating them especially when fur trade was the linchpin of the local economy.

There is no reason for them to 'hate' another minority unless they are ignorant of world affairs or some misunderstanding had occurred between them and the new arrivals, and if that's the case, then it is not their fault.

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