Archive for May 28th, 2011

Saturday, May 28, 2011

Dog, Traitor, Ambassador: Learn Chinese from Chinese Fenqings

Huanqiu Shibao, on Saturday, published an American press review of US trade secretary Gary Locke‘s hearing at the Senate’s Committee of Foreign Relations, which took place on Thursday. There had been no tensions, and it had been a “perfect hearing”, Huanqiu quotes the American press, among them the Seattle Times (在这场被美国媒体称为“没有悬念”的听证会上,骆家辉“轻松应对”,做出了“最完美的证言”).

And as a smooth hearing is worthy of a perfectly huanqiu commenting thread, the readers – or those who care to comment – really put their shoulders to the wheel.  A choice from the latest comments (no niceties among the latest ten of them):

Sigh…  a traitor is just a traitor, a traitor through and through

A Chinese as an ambassador to China, containing China by China, that’s interesting

Even though he is ethnically Chinese, he can’t speak a single line of Chinese. What can be good about forgetting ones own origins? Do our media need to pay that much attention to this? This is just a dog, raised by America.


Few Questions for Locke, Seattle Times, May 26, 2011
Concerning Traitors, August 25, 2009

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