Author: ceciliazhang

US moves on Xinjiang to have little impact: experts [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2019-10-13 01:39:45 |Display all floors
The present political situation in the USA is so chaotic that no progress can be made on China-US issues (or any major global issues. We will have to wait for the replacement of Trump. Though there are some concerns about the rights of minority groups in many countries, it is best to recognize the sovereignty of stable governments like that of China; and avoid interference.
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Post time 2019-10-13 04:34:19 |Display all floors
12dream Post time: 2019-10-11 18:26
This very toxic fat chap could only spy, sabotage, raid, kill and destroy by stirring up trouble ...

Calling someone a "fat chap" and "a really dumb dog" only betrays your own "toxic mouth" and detracts from any ideas that you are trying to convey.

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Post time 2019-10-13 21:11:19 |Display all floors
Newtown Post time: 2019-10-11 17:33
"...so that they do not lick chicken from fast food!"

KFC very popular in cities such as Shenzhe ...



From best informed source, all fast food in China has been made special not so easily noticeable changes to suit taste of Chinese in China. Perhaps, you are aware of that!


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Post time 2019-10-13 22:03:06 |Display all floors
ceciliazhang Post time: 2019-10-10 09:30
Broad criticism

The US moves also received wide criticism from Chinese and foreign experts on Xinji ...


Problem really arises from those Chinese who are naturalized as US citizens. They fuel and feed US government with means to do harm to China with belief that they will overthrow China Communist Government and they will return to rule. Unfortunately, US will betray these so called naturalized Chinese Americans because they will do the same to their foreign masters!





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