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The plush lobby of Beijing's Kerry Center Hotel is usually crowded with foreign guests, many of them listening to jazz and sipping martinis in Centro, the hotel's fashionable bar, or lining up for...
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tseshoe  

Location: lhasa-banakshoe
Subject: china is becoming Olympic prison
Jun 25 2008 01:36 AM

After spending billions of dollars for this boostful great show time, beijing,shanghai and other metropolitan cities are now becoming big prisons and ghost cities.
khenrabs  

Location: the US
Subject: visit beijing when tibet is free.
Jun 24 2008 04:35 PM

this article shows the growing frustration among chinese people against the CCP for it's inability to live up to the expectations of its citizens. what is really funny is that the government says it's tightening up the tourism policy (and everything else) for "security reason" during the olympic games. security from what, i wonder? many people just don't understand the working of this government of china (which for sure isn't communism). it's just too scared about everything, as if paranoia has had it. in a way, the chinese gov. itself is built the same way its schools (buildings) were built in sichuan - you take a brick out the entire system collapses. well, i wonder how much can china hide behind it's own set up lights and limes? in the fear that foreigners would "spoil" the games the regime is undermining the rights of its citizens. there is a saying in tibetan, "you are mad at the yak but you can only kick the dog." CCP is bashing/punishing the chinese people both inside and outside china for their own "security" from outsiders. i hope chinese people are being grateful! lol. come on, foreigners, give china a break. visit beijing when tibet is free.
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