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Prime Minister Paul Martin says he will be discussing the issue of human rights with Chinese President Hu Jintao during his visit to Canada....
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frank guy  

Location: UK
Subject: if you were a chinese leader
Sep 12 2005 12:45 AM

If one can swap the population of China and Canada, what would it be? I doubt any one can manage it very well. Just consider if a family with 30-40 kids, can you deal with it?
frank guy  

Location: UK
Subject: has anyone been to china
Sep 12 2005 12:40 AM

There are quite a few harsh comments. I am not sure whether they have ever been in china. Please don't tell me you have been there 40 even 5 years ago.

Location: us
Subject: china sucks
Sep 11 2005 01:36 AM

wang and zhen, obviously you guys have never tasted freedom or been to a free country that's why you think Hu is so great and supportive of human rights, haha what a joke. Who cares if China is getting militarily powerful and economically rich, these things mean nothing if you don't have the basic human rights, like the right to free speech and criticize criminals like ur president. Have you seen the disgusting pictures of chinese soldiers blowing up ppl's head in the news section here, Just remember, you make one wrong move and you'll suffer the same fate as them under your government.

Location: new york
Subject: wang jian
Sep 10 2005 08:31 AM

wang jian=wanker c*unt
Wang Jian  

Location: CHINA
Subject: For george
Sep 10 2005 04:45 AM

Hello, George,
Why you are so small mind with big shut month. Where did you learn that word F ? That is you have learned so far? We, Chinese are so happy to that US plans to immagrate some Tibetans there, because our chinese can have more space to immagrate to Tibet. We hope all Tibetan, 2.5million, out of country as soon as possible. We wish you never ever returen to home and stick what ever you are.
Our economic is dramatically grow and sooner we will be top of the world power. We don't have to explain our militaries and tec weapons. You are lost many way and good luck.

Location: new york
Subject: zhen lin
Sep 10 2005 04:24 AM

You Zhen Lin are so proud of your chairman hu whose mind is so open to "human rights and other things" like executions and suppression and arselicking the western heads of state so he can become richer and make the majority of chinese poorer...you know what? F*** you and hu too!!!
lhasa _boy  

Location: toronto
Subject: We need some bomb!!!!!
Sep 10 2005 12:51 AM

China has lead easy rule over tibet.«its high time we start to make some noise.We need to keep the struggle for independence alive by some explosion of bombs and if need be suicide bombers.
«««««««««««««FREEE TIBET»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»
lhasa _boy  

Location: toronto
Subject: We need some bomb!!!!!
Sep 10 2005 12:49 AM

China has lead easy rule over tibet.«its high tme start the make some noise.We need to keep the struggle for independence alive by some explosion of bombs and if need be suicide bombers.
«««««««««««««FREEE TIBET»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»
Tashi Dorjee  

Location: Antwerpen,Brussels
Subject: Miss or Mr Zhen Lin...
Sep 09 2005 11:57 PM

You think china is very powerful.Can you tell me which country you have seen beside China?????You seems under the strong influence of Chinese Communist Propaganda.China's economic is going well due to the investments made by richer country in China.Once they will pull back their money china will face big starvations as they face during the Mao's revolutions against the Komingtang.We tibetans & Taiwanis can never stop our protestation untill there is human right violations.Tibet was a free contry with 6 Million populations with 2.5 millions square k/ms.You come to the Europe than you know if china is strong or how she is poor.You have to know that even today some million chines sleep without proper dinner.F*** China.
Tashi Dorjee  

Location: Antwerpen,Brussels
Subject: TYC is the best NGO of tibetan community worldwide...
Sep 09 2005 11:34 PM

Nothing is wrong there if TYC listen tibetan PM & not making any protest during Hu Jintao's visit.Wheither it's TYC or CTA,our main common objective is to solve the tibetan problem.Moreover,I think TYC too have to keep changing as per with the world political scenerio.After all it's not wise to just stick with any outdated principal or agenda better to keep pace with the world.(Not only U 'BHU'backbitting is one of our peoples common habit.)
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