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Subject: Carageous Canada stands up to big bully beijing
Oct 30 2007 07:50 PM

Just hours after tHis Holiness was ushered like a visiting head of state into Mr. Harper's Parliament Hill office for a 40-minute meeting, the Chinese embassy called a news conference to denounce Canada and warn of dire consequences for future Canada-China relations.

Calling the visit "an erroneous act," political counsellor Sun Lushan accused Canada of "supporting and conniving" with the "the separatist Tibet independence forces" and warned of unspecified consequences on bilateral relations between Ottawa and Beijing.

His Holiness spent the day flitting from one official event to another, praising Canadian multiculturalism as a model for the world, but also making clear that his philosophy of nonviolence should apply to Canada's mission in Afghanistan.
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