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Post time 2011-8-19 11:07:28 |Display all floors
Originally posted by longzhou at 2011-8-19 10:49
but I have seen very rude people in my frequent travels. But saying that everyone is rude, is not right!
She thought she was special.....she now knows she isn't! PERIOD


Who are rude? Why?

Who are special in mainland China? Why?

Whose dad is "Li Gang"? Why?

Do we hate those kind Chinese people? No!

Most of repairers are kind and poor from my experience.

I sympathize with the repair but hate that police officer.

Without public anger, would those rude people go on shouting "My Dad is 'Li Gang'"; would those rude people go on showing their arrongance?

How to turn those rude people into kind people and regulate their rude behavior? ...
only public anger?

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Post time 2011-8-19 11:18:17 |Display all floors
To NE_Tigress:

Are your dad is "Li Gang" - a family member holding government power?

Are you a descendant of high ranking government officials and CPC members - parents and, or, grandparents?

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I guess the answer is yes, but I think that you are not a rude person.
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Post time 2011-8-19 11:18:18 |Display all floors

#26 The answer to your questions.....

is like the saying...."the proof is in the pudding"

She has been sacked and she won't get away with it becuae her face and name are all over the net! That's how. But singling one case as a general thing is different.

What Government officials need to know is that wrongdoings don't go un-noticed and that the public eye (ie; mobile cameras) are everywhere.

Remember the case of the official caught in an orgy in Kunming. And that's how is has to be.  

Conclusion, we are on the road to a "public service" government as it has to be. And that's good.

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Post time 2011-8-19 11:21:33 |Display all floors
Originally posted by longzhou at 2011-8-19 11:18
Conclusion, we are on the road to a "public service" government as it has to be. And that's good.


No doubt, many progress were made in the past few years.

But we still need to drive the government and its officials made more progress.

Let those government officials serve the public first, not serving themselves first.
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Post time 2011-8-19 11:29:21 |Display all floors
Originally posted by longzhou at 2011-8-19 11:18
She has been sacked and she won't get away with it because her face and name are all over the net!


I think we shouldn't hope the public anger and humiliation on the internet to realize the justice.

The police officer beat old people and made the old people kneel.

Later the crowd beat the police officer's husband and mde him kneel. And the public anger forced local government sacked the police officer.

Is it good?

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One guy told me, he have never dared to break traffic rules in U.S.A. But he had to (on intention) break the traffic rules from time to time in mainland China.

Why?

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We need to drive those people who holding government power regulate themselves first.

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Post time 2011-8-19 11:32:19 |Display all floors
Originally posted by longzhou at 2011-8-19 11:18
But singling one case as a general thing is different.


Is it a single case - an exception - or a general case?

We often judge it from our own experience, not only the news report itself.
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